Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Bookstore manager’s case dismissed

Charges against Pierce Bookstore manager Kim Saunders, who was arrested Aug. 25 for alleged embezzlement, were dismissed Tuesday at the Van Nuys Courthouse.   "It is...

Incident Report: Oct. 6 – 16

 Oct. 6 - Oct. 16 10/6 - Disturbance - A cadet was in the middle of writing a citation for a vehicle parked in the...

Officials host open forum on safety

In conjunction with an effort to improve security on campus, Pierce College’s senior sheriff’s deputy led an open forum discussion on safety with a...

South Gym locker room temporarily locked after women’s restroom incident

Sheriff’s closed the South Gym locker room for an hour Thursday May 26, around 1 p.m. to investigate a peeping tom who looked over...

Man in custody for suspicious activity

  An unidentified male was taken into custody for unknown reasons in front of the library at Pierce College today.   Former United States Marine Dino Correa,...

News brief: Suspect arrested for selling drugs

An unidentified male suspect was arrested in the Student Drop-Off Zone on Brahma Drive at about 12:30 p.m. Monday for allegedly attempting to sell...

Profiling leaves black mark on record

An investigation report relating to allegations of racial profiling at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) was released in January, stating that the "saturation patrol" used by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies on Oct. 17, 2007, was indeed a form of discrimination.

Repeat offender arrested in Orange Line parking lot

A 20-year-old male was arrested in the Orange Line parking lot on Winnetka Ave. outside of Pierce College at 12:30 p.m. according to Los...

BRIEF: Car crash on Victory leaves vehicle on sidewalk

A traffic incident on Victory east of Mason at about 3 p.m. on Friday left one car completely on the sidewalk, buried under branches...

Racial profiling investigation of Sheriff’s at Trade Tech

An investigation report relating to allegations of racial profiling at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) was released in January, stating that the "saturation patrol" used by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies on Oct. 17, 2007, was indeed a form of discrimination.

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