HomeNewsCrimeCrime Watch Sep. 18, 2018 at 5:00 amCrimeCrime Watchnews3 years agocrimeCrime Watch On September 5, at about 6:40 p.m.Officers responded to 1432 4th Street – “West 4th & Jane” restaurant regarding a disturbance at the business. The business reported a male subject walking in and out of the business disturbing customers. The subject left the location. Officers located the subject loitering in Parking Structure 5- 1440 4th Street. The subject did not have a car in the lot and could not provide a valid reason for being in the structure. The subject refused to provide any identifiable information to officers. Thomas A. Parker, 47, homeless was issued a citation for loitering in a parking structure and resisting arrest.Tags :crimeCrime Watchshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentCity opens North Beach Playground to kids of all ages, abilitiesSeven dockless devices now authorized for operation in Santa MonicaYou Might Also LikeBriefsLos Angeles Sheriff’s deputy accused of destroying evidence of 2019 assaultAssociated Press13 hours agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author3 days agoCrimeFeaturedKnife-wielding woman arrested during L.A. Councilman’s speechGuest Author4 days agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author7 days agoCrimeFeaturedHomeless man loses an eye to BB gun assaultGuest Author1 week agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author1 week ago
U.S. News & World Report:Psychologists call it the “culture of honor,” a mostly male mindset that places a high value on defending one’s reputation at any cost. But new research confirms that it’s linked with high rates of accidental deaths. “People who embrace these values also report more risk-taking,” explained study author Dr. Ryan Brown, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Oklahoma, in Norman.This dangerous male mindset is also more prevalent among those living in the South and West, in such states as South Carolina, Texas and Wyoming, he added.Read the whole story: U.S. News & World Report More of our Members in the Media >
Rugby League The NRL has issued an indefinite ban on two spectators who allegedly racially abused South Sydney Rabbitohs captain Greg Inglis after the round two match against Penrith at Panthers Stadium. The NRL says the two spectators have been banned from attending NRL events until it is proven they have rehabilitated themselves by addressing their behaviour in an apology and completing an approved cultural training and education. Last Monday the two individuals were issued breach notices for their actions during the Saturday March 17 games. Australian Rugby League Indigenous Council chair Linda Burney believes education is the best way to deal with cases of racial abuse. “Naturally I am appalled at what happened to Greg, especially given my immense respect for him as an Indigenous leader and his status as one of the best Indigenous players of all time,” she said. “But the NRL has taken the right approach by allowing the persons responsible to return to rugby league only after they have undergone appropriate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural training and have issued an apology to Greg and Indigenous community leaders for their comments. “The best way to stop a repetition of this type of behaviour is through education,” Burney said. “I am also pleased that senior Indigenous leaders from the game will help decide whether the person responsible is ready to return to games.” The Rabbitohs issued a statement thanking the NRL and Panthers, in particular CEO Brian Fletcher and executive general manager Phil Gould, for their prompt, efficient, and appropriate handling of the incident.
CEST 22/07/2018 He returned to his box of phases following Los Angeles Galaxy’s 3-1 victory over Philadelphia Union. Zlatan scored one of his side’s goals and at the end of the match made his way to the mixed zone. Upd. at 21:52 However, this relative modest answer was soon followed by: “They’re lucky I didn’t come 10 years ago because I would be the President today.” Ibrahimovic: “Ahora sería presidente de los Estados Unidos” Sport EN Zlatan Ibrahimovic continues to follow the path which has led him to become one of the most famous footballers of the last twenty years: scoring goals and providing outrageous soundbites. IN SPORT.ES When he was asked if he thought he’d changed the culture of football in the United States, the former Barça and PSG striker said: “I don’t know if it’s changing, I’m only doing my job.” Zlatan would make a formidable opponent to the current man occupying the White House, Donald Trump. It’ll be interesting to see if the social media friendly president will respond to the Swede’s boastful claim or dismiss it as fake news. Against Philadelphia, the other two scorers for LA Galaxy were Romain Alessandrini and Michael Ciani. Ibrahimovic has scored 12 goals in 15 MLS matches.