LAPD admits it made hundreds more traffic stops in South L.A. than it told The Times


by Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times— The LAPD admits it has made more than eight times the number of investigate traffic stops in South L.A. this year than it previously revealed.

Los Angeles Times—Desperate to slow spike in killings, LAPD redeploys controversial units in South L.A.. The LAPD quietly returned tactical officers to crime suppression and vehicle stops in South L.A. and other neighborhoods in recent weeks as gun violence continued to escalate into the new year.

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