Articles Tagged With ‘Los Angeles County Superior Court’




Man sentenced to life in prison for Hollywood murder of Morro Bay native

A marijuana dispensary security guard and small business owner has received life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of Carrie Jean Melvin, 30, who grew up in Morro Bay. [LA Times]... (Continue reading)

Man convicted of Hollywood murder of woman from Morro Bay

A Los Angels jury convicted a marijuana dispensary security guard and small business owner for the murder of Carrie Jean Melvin, 30, who grew up in Morro Bay. Ezeoma Obioha, 32, is now facing the... (Continue reading)

Man on trial for Hollywood murder of woman from Morro Bay

A marijuana dispensary security guard is standing trial for the murder of Carrie Jean Melvin, 30, who grew up in Morro Bay. Melvin was shot and killed in Hollywood by a gunman who walked up... (Continue reading)

Santa Barbara nonprofit sues Lands Commission over Diablo Canyon

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A Santa Barbara-based nonprofit has filed a lawsuit against the California State Lands Commission, alleging the agency wrongfully approved a new lease for the cooling system at Diablo Canyon power plant. The... (Continue reading)

California man allegedly murdered his son, for being gay

The Los Angeles County Superior Court charged Shehada Issa, 69, on Friday in the premeditated murder of his 29-year-old son Amir Issa , according to a Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office statement. It is... (Continue reading)

Six Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputies convicted of obstructing an investigation

Six sworn officers who were working in the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department were found guilty today of obstruction of justice for interfering with a federal civil rights investigation into misconduct at the Men’s Central Jail,... (Continue reading)

Church wants upcoming sex abuse trials moved to San Luis Obispo

Lawyers for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles have asked a judge to delay four sex abuse trials or move them to San Luis Obispo County because they don’t believe a fair, impartial jury can be... (Continue reading)