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 By Letters    Opinion    April 21, 2022

Santa Monica is Indeed Unsafe

By John Alle, Local Business Owner I am responding to the Opinion piece co-authored by City Manager David White and Police Chief Ramon Batista. They responded to the "recent local and regional news...

 

Culver City Man Accused of Discharging Gun Inside His Home

A Culver City man, suspected of being drunk, was arrested on suspicion of negligent discharge of a firearm for allegedly firing at least two shots inside his home on Saturday night, local police said. The suspect's girlfriend called police at about...

 

French Bulldog Stolen During Armed Takeover Robbery in Culver City Motel; One Suspect Arrested

Culver City police have arrested one of the four suspects who held up at gunpoint and pistol-whipped three people inside a local hotel room, stealing a French Bulldog puppy and cellphones last week. T...

 

Rams put it all together to win the Super Bowl

Priceless! The Los Angeles Rams 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, was well-worth the six-year effort since owner Stan Kroenke brought the team...

 

Dog's Life

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer K-9 Jack is an explosives expert at moving and static explosives; a fine distinction we'll explain in a moment. We met the yellow Labrador and his trainer, Offi...

 

WorldWar II Veteran Lessner Honored with Quilt From Blue Star Mothers

On Saturday, January 29, a WWII 102-year-old veteran and Culver City resident EUGENE L. LESSNER was presented a Veteran's Honor Quilt by Army LTC Marc Yim. The quilt was from Blue Star Mothers of...

 

Many of Santa Monica's Homeless Are Armed

By John Alle Early Friday morning I met an unhoused person charging his phone on the 3rd level of Garage 4. He gave me his permission to record our conversation. We spoke for 40 minutes, sitting between one filthy water drain and a phone charging out...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 13, 2022

Raiders End Chargers Season

From Las Vegas: Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Ted Marchibroda used to say that "more games are lost than won in the NFL." The truth is that many head coaches have said that, including the best...

 

CC Police Seeking Suspects in New Year's Eve Armed Robbery

Culver City police are looking for two men who robbed at gunpoint a local 7-Eleven store on New Year's Eve. One of the suspects entered the store located at 5495 Sepulveda Blvd., about 1:10 a.m. on...

 

Bad News Travels Fast

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer The word of a shooter at Santa Monica High School (there was no actual shooter), also caused an evacuation 3 miles up the road at Pacific Palisades High School (Palihi). When parents and students arrived at...

 

Daytime Robbery of Dagwoods' Patrons is Inevitable Result of Soft Response to Lesser Crimes

By Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude November 17, 2021 - On Saturday, two patrons of Dagwoods Pizza were robbed during the lunch hour by a man claiming to have a gun. The two men were seated on the...

 

Bicyclist Shot, Punched, Kicked on National Boulevard Bike Path

Culver City police are looking for at least two men who allegedly shot, punched and kicked a bicyclist on National Boulevard last Thursday morning. The shooting occurred on November 4 around 1:45...

 

Local Briefs

SMPD Seeks Car Keying Suspect The Santa Monica Police Department were seeking the identity of a man seen defacing automobiles near Arizona Avenue on Lincoln Blvd on Thursday, 11/4/21. The middle aged man apparently deliberately dragged his key down...

 

CC Police Seeking Suspects In Armed Robbery at Mall Parking Lot

Culver City Police are looking two suspects who committed an armed robbery at the local mall last week. The armed robbery occurred on October 20 about 7:40 p.m. in the parking lot of Westfield Culver...

 

Shooting Suspect Arrested

Samuel Alioto, Observer Staff Writer Santa Monica Police called on the LAPD Special Weapons and Tactics Unit (SWAT) and the Unmanned Aerial Systems Team (Drone Team) to arrest Eliott Ferrando, 24 of...

 

Real Estate Heir Robert Durst found guilty of killing best friend

AP and Wire Services A Los Angeles County jury on Sept. 17th found real estate heir Robert Durst guilty of killing his close friend following a drawn-out trial in which prosecutors painted him as a narcissist who killed and lied to cover his tracks....

 

Cafe Robbery Shocks Fairfax

Staff and Wire Services 9/9/21: Crime has been an ongoing issue in the Fairfax area during the pandemic. LA was shocked by a videotaped armed robbery of three diners sitting outside a cafe on Melrose near Fairfax. One man has been arrested in an...

 

Larry Elder Assaulted in Venice

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer 9/8/21: In an act of political violence, a woman or girl wearing a gorilla mask hurled an egg at Larry Elder. Elder, a black Conservative , is a candidate for C...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    August 26, 2021

Dangerous Move to Open Jackson Gate

Dear Neighbors, No matter where one stands on the Jackson Gate issue, the most dangerous and sad fact is that there has been a long history of lack of transparency on this issue and egregious lack of...

 

Homeless Camp in Promenade, Parking Garages

By Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude Vagrants are still being allowed to camp in the downtown Santa Monica parking garages, using the stairwells and elevators as bedrooms and bathrooms, according to...

 

Jamie Spears Quits Britney Conservatorship

AP, 8/13: Britney Spears' father has agreed to step down as his daughter's conservator, according to legal papers filed Thursday in response to the singer's petition for his suspension from the role....

 

Local Briefs

US, LGBTQ Flags Stolen from City Hall Someone has vandalized the flag in front of Santa Monica City Hall. Both the US Flag and the LGBTQ flag are missing. "The US flag and pride flag were raised in...

 

Four Female Comedians

By Christine Peake During these uncertain times we all need to find laughter. Do we wear masks? Do we not wear masks? Are we heading for lock down? Do we care? Do I need to stock up on sanitizer and toilet paper again? Another booster vaccine?...

 

SM Council Delays Discussion on Gascon

by Observer Staff July 29, 2021 The City Council did not end up discussing a resolution regarding Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon that had been proposed by Councilmember Phil Brock. The...

 

6 Motorists Arrested At DUI Checkpoint in Culver City

Half a dozen motorists were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and another handful were cited for driving without a driver's license at a checkpoint last Friday, Culver City police s...

 

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