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Three men allegedly robbed the Smart and Final grocery store on Vermont Avenue on Monday night after tying up the store’s employees, KTLA reported. Sergeant V. Salguero of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Southwest Station said that the men were wearing “scary Halloween” masks and have yet to be identified, according to the City News […]


Two suspects have been arrested and taken into custody in connection with a robbery that took place in the early hours of Friday morning on the 1200 block of West Adams Boulevard, according to a statement released Saturday by the Department of Public Safety. The Los Angeles Police Department and DPS identified the suspects by […]


A student was robbed at gunpoint in the early hours of Friday morning on the 1200 block of West Adams Boulevard, approximately a mile off-campus near the north end of Ellendale Place and Ralph’s grocery store. The victim arrived home alone just after 2 a.m. when a man and a woman approached her as she was walking up […]


The Department of Public Safety is assisting the Los Angeles Police Department in investigating multiple robberies that occurred near campus in the early hours of Sunday morning.


Shortly before 2 p.m. on Monday, a student heading south on Catalina Street was robbed by a male suspect in his late twenties, according to the Department of Public Safety. The suspect jumped out of a nearby car, tore her phone from her hands, jumped back in and sped away. The student remained unharmed. Police […]


View Roundup in a larger map The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Tuesday, Feb. 19, and Friday, Feb. 22.  Crimes against a person At 10:17 p.m. on Feb. 22, a female student on 3036 Hoover St. reported receiving an annoying phone call from an unknown person […]


The number of burglaries, robberies and weapon-law referrals rose in 2011, while liquor and drug offenses decreased.


Residents of the Orisini Apartments lost approximately $40,000 worth of property.


Jeremy Hendricks, who DPS apprehended in April, made his plea before a judge Tuesday.


Authorities arrested suspects two hours after a student’s smart phone was stolen.