"Friend of Esteban Nunez pleads guilty to lesser charge in San Diego Murder Case"
This is not good for former Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez Son Esteban Nunez chances of beating his murder rap.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Rafael Garcia, a college student in Northern California, pleaded guilty to felony conspiracy to destroy evidence, including a bloody shirt. In exchange, prosecutors dropped a murder charge against him in the Oct. 4 death of Luis Santos.
As part of a plea bargain, Garcia agreed to testify against three co-defendants: Ryan Jett, Esteban Nuñez and Leshanor Thomas.
LA Weekly's Christine Pelisek had the definitive story
of this tragic event out of San Diego which detail among other things, the extentive letter writing campaign on the behalf of Esteban, by scores of former Speaker Fabian Nunez connected friends.
Topanga Canyon Boulevard in Canoga Park was shut down during the busy afternoon commute today after yet another broken water main flooded the street and sent dirty brown water pouring into nearby businesses.
The break — the fourth major gusher this week — occurred just before 3 p.m. in a 12-inch pipe under Topanga near Victory Boulevard.
Topanga is a major state highway connecting the 101 and 118 freeways, and some city officials predicted traffic chaos. Councilman Dennis P. Zine, who represents the area, said he wants the city Department of Water and Power to figure out what is going on beneath the streets — and fast.
The District Attorney is now reviewing
the LAPD investigation of former Building and Safety General Manager Andrew Adelman for a allege sexual assault.
New City Controller Wendy Greuel has announced the completion of her first audit. Link here for this "entensive review"
of fiscal operations at the Convention Center.
Be on the lookout
for "ACORN Funded Prostitution Zones" in various areas around Los Angeles.
State Senator and former City Council President Alex "Chubs" Padilla is conducting public hearings
on Sodas link to Obesity, duh!
TGIF to all and your thoughts are greatly appreciated..............
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