Dodger fan claims he was beaten by stadium guards; freeway crash investigation turns into a murder case & more

Mar 31, 2018

Opening Day Trouble: A man claims he was punched and beaten by security guards at Dodger Stadium on opening day. But LAPD said the man himself may face possible charges over allegations related to the incident.  ABC 7

Crash Victim:  Initial reports said that a pedestrian was killed Thursday on the northbound 101 Freeway in Boyle Heights after being struck by several vehicles. Now, police say the man, 39-year-old Martin Lopez, may have been the victim of a possible homicide whose body was left or had fallen on the roadway. My News LA

East L.A. Crash: An L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy making a traffic stop sustained minor injuries when a vehicle driven by a suspected DUI driver slammed into his vehicle. The Eastsider

Gallery Closure:  356 Mission, one of the Boyle Heights art spaces that had been targeted by anti-gentrification activists, will be closing at the end of May. But the owners  said the upcoming closure was not motivated by gentrification opponents who want the neighborhood’s galleries to move out. L.A. Times

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