Redondo Beach Crime

Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Redondo Beach, CA or anywhere in the US.

Recent Crime News

  • Tragedy

    Thursday Jan 8 | via LA Weekly 

    The L.A. County Board of Supervisors this week approved a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whomever murdered Long Beach newborn of Eliza Delacruz. The 3-week-old's body was discovered in a dumpster outside a strip mall in the 600 block of Palm Drive in Imperial... The driver whom police say killed three people and injured nine others after a Christmas performance at a Redondo Beach Catholic church this week is disabled and has special hand-operated controls for her car, friends told reporters.

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  • Redondo Liquor Store Owner Wanted for Child Molestation

    Tuesday Jan 6 | via Patch.com 

    Redondo Beach police sought the public's help today to find a 57-year-old liquor store owner charged with illegal drug sales and sexual assault of teenagers. Bilal Joudi, owner of Party House Liquor, may have fled the country, according to Sgt.

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  • Police poised to push back on intoxicated drivers in...

    Tuesday Dec 30 | via The Daily Breeze 

    As New Year revelers prepare to ring in 2015 with raucous celebrations, police officers are poised to prevent dangerous DUI-related crashes that plague roadways at this time of the year. In addition to strategically placed driving-under-the-influence checkpoints, additional officers will be out on patrol across the South Bay beginning Wednesday night through Sunday night.

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    Related Topix: Life, Holidays, New Year's Day/Eve, Hermosa Beach, CA

  • Trial for Kings defenseman Voynov set for March 2

    Monday Dec 29 | via The Wave 

    A trial date of March 2 has been set for Kings defenseman Slava Voynov , who faces one felony count of domestic assault. Voynov pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Monday morning at the Torrance branch of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

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  • Redondo Beach man strangles girlfriend's cat during ...

    Dec 24, 2014 | via Examiner.com 

    A Redondo Beach man faces animal cruelty charges on Wednesday in Long Beach, California for allegedly killing his girlfriend's cat which had been intended as a gift reports the lbpost.com. Sergei Smirnoff, 23, was arrested by the Redondo Beach Police at his girlfriend's home located on Carnegie Lane.

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  • Long Beach man strangles cat meant to be gift to Red...

    Dec 24, 2014 | via The Daily Breeze 

    A Long Beach man who gave a cat to his girlfriend as a peace offering to end their fighting allegedly strangled the feline in Redondo Beach early Wednesday when she told him she didn't want it, police said. Sergei Smirnoff, 23, was arrested about 1:10 a.m. when police responded to a residence in the 2300 block of Carnegie Lane and found him and the dead cat - Roxy - in the garage.

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Redondo Beach Law

He is starting college in a week, in San Luis Obispo, CA. He will need his car to get to school. How do I change a court date, so that he can safely be in Torrance for the hearing. He will be 2½ hours away at college on August 19, 2014, his court date.
the court date can be continued by either your son appearing or an attorney appearing on his behalf it sounds like the...
"Possession is prohibited WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTION(S): private location, OR parent/guardian, OR spouse." If someone under the age of 21 was drinking on a private location, with their parent/guardian's consent, or a spouse's consent would that still be illegal with those due exceptions of the law? Is underage drinking legal in California with parental consent?
Where did you get that clause from? Every state is different- according to what you've posted, that is a POSSESSION...
I was pulled over for weaving. I hadn't been drinking or using drugs. The policeman had me take a breathalyzer test which I passed. Unfortunately, I failed the sobriety test because I was exhausted. He then handcuffed me and told me I was going to jail for a DUI. I told him I wanted to talk to an attorney and he told me I didn't have the right to talk to one. Is that true?
Yes, its true. You don't have the right to speak with the attorney at the time of the arrest.
Outside of state licensure or public office, are there any other situations where I would have to disclose the conviction? I'm primarily concerned with how certain job application questions might be worded, and that a specific wording might necessitate admitting the dismissed offense. For example, a job I am applying for asks: " Have you ever, in your lifetime, been convicted of an offense against the law other than a minor traffic violation?". How should I answer this question? Thanks in advanced for the help...
That particular question is a little dicey because at one time in your life you did stand convicted of reckless driving....
dui '11
The statute of limitations applies to charging not sentencing. If you have already been charged, these may not be an...
I won the DMV hearing and my license was not suspended. I will have my DUI court trial soon. I was told that my driver's license will be suspended if convicted. 1. If convicted, do I need to wait for 30 days to apply for restricted license or I can do so immediately? 2. What documents do I need to apply for a restricted license? 3. If convicted, is my drivers license suspension effective immediately (my license confiscated at trial and so someone has to drive me home from court) or it will take a day or 2 or so for the court to inform DMV of the conviction and the latter to suspend my license? I need to know if I need to bring a driver with me on my last day in court.
You won't have to wait to apply for the restricted since you won your DMV hearing if convicted. You will need to...
spent night in jail have court date
City ordinance violation or California Penal Code? Either way, this is not the crime of the century, and is well...