Saturday, October 10, 2015

Man Gunned Down in Attempted Murder Drive-By Tuesday Afternoon

Pasadena police say a 40-year-old Colton man was gunned down in a murder attempt as he walked along North Raymond Avenue about 3:30 p.m., shot by two unknown men who escaped in an automobile. Lt. John Luna said the victim received life-threatening gunshot wounds.

Daring Rescue of Dog Nets PETA Award for First Responders

PETA's Compassionate Action Award and Compassionate Police Department Award are on their way, respectively, to the Altadena Mountain Rescue Team and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department–Altadena Station after they rushed to the aid of a dog named Angel, who plummeted 600 feet down a cliff while on an unleashed run with his guardian. After two hours of searching, first responders found the frightened dog, who was stranded, and were able to whisk him to safety with the help of a specially made harness. Angel sustained only a minor scratch on his nose and was reunited with his guardian.

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