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Four escape Sylmar Juvenile Hall

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LAPD officials are looking for an attempted murder suspect and three other teenage detainees who escaped from Sylmar Juvenile Hall early Thursday. The attempted murder suspect, identified as Isaiah Walker, faces up to 75 years in prison for the alleged crime. The other three teens were facing burglary and robbery charges. The minors, who are believed to have gang ties, escaped the detention facility at about 3:30 a.m. by breaking through the ceiling and using bed sheets to climb over a wall. They later approached a residence, made up a story about having car problems and asked to use the phone. Police Sergeant Lee Sands told NBC4 that the teens later hijacked a car and demanded to be taken to South Los Angeles. The teens are identified as Darrell Duncan, 14, Isaiah Walker, Kenny Mack and Nicolas Pipkins, all 17.last_img read more

Dunleavy names new AG corrections and public safety commissioners

first_imgGovernor Mike Dunleavy announced his new public safety team Wednesday morning.Kevin Clarkson is the new Attorney General. The private practice attorney is replacing Jahna Lindemuth. Clarkson’s clients have included a homeless shelter that turned away a transgender woman, and opponents of campaign-finance restrictions. He received relatively poor ratings from lawyers when he applied for a state Supreme Court seat two years ago.Amanda Price, a victim’s advocate, will take over the Department of Public Safety from former commissioner Walt Monegan.The Department of Corrections will be led by Nancy Dahlstrom. She is a former Alaska House member from Eagle River who was recently elected again to the House. Her appointment creates a vacancy in the House. She is taking over from Dean Williams.During the announcement at the Crime Lab in Anchorage, Dunleavy stressed the importance of public safety and crime reduction.“The primary function of any governor and any state government, to be frank, is to keep people safe,” he said. “And that’s why we’ve taken time to really look at folks that we believe are going to get us. And we’re not rolling out people individually one at a time, we’re working as a package – as group – because we have to start working out of our silos. We have to work as a package, as a team.”Dunleavy said his team will be working with others to repeal and replace SB 91, one of his campaign promises. SB 91 is the criminal justice reform bill passed in 2016.He said he will shift money from other state departments toward efforts to reduce crime.Dunleavy said only a couple of the at-will state workers who recently were asked to submit their resignations say they don’t want to continue to work for the state.“I would anticipate that the vast majority of those individuals will be back. They’ve expressed a desire to do so,” he said. “And so the commissioners will be taking a look at the individuals that want to be part of those departments.”Some other workers didn’t comply with the request to resign. Dunleavy’s team said those workers will lose their jobs.Correction: A previous version of this story said that Dahlstrom was a state legislator from Eagle River, and would resign her house seat. She is a former legislator who was elected again to a non-consecutive term and has not yet been sworn in.last_img read more