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Happened to me once. They had to raid some guy's house across the street from my middle school. It was awesome not having to do anything for an hour or two but apparently they found some big ass guns in his house.
My school had a lockdown drill yesterday with drug dogs, I think 3 or 4 kids got busted. Me and a few other kids were in the gym when it happened, so we were just chilling shooting hoops the whole time.
As someone who used to work 911 ambulance response in Compton, Watts, and Inglewood I can tell you that there are FAR worse areas of Los Angeles. Furthermore, I don't see what coincidence those neighborhoods have with the current incident.
As a result of of those incidents, LAPD and LASD have concentrated on increasing their profile and public view within such communities.
Furthermore, Inglewood is served by Inglewood PD, Unincorporated Watts and Compton are served by LASD and The Watts neighborhood within the city of Los Angeles by LAPD.
The communities have changed a lot in the 20 years since the "Rodney King" riots which I am old enough to have remembered. What were once predominantly African-American communities have transformed into mixed Hispanic/African-American and predominantly Hispanic neighborhoods. The vast majority of these residents respect the local police presence and appreciate what they do for their communities.
The officer killed was in Riverside, where I used to live. This is also a community where the vast, vast majority of those individuals respect the local police. I am sure there will be some East Side Rivas or other gang members who cheer the killing, but again most people are mourning the city's loss.
Again, that's a gross misrepresentation of the vast majority of citizens within these communities.
California resident James Ferrario shot dead a uniformed deputy police officer and a locksmith who had come to evict him from his house. He then barricaded himself inside, and caused a standoff with local law enforcement. Shortly thereafter, a troll posted an AMA thread on 4chanÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s /b/ board, claiming to be Ferrario.
The news of the standoff was quickly picked up by Sacramento FOX affiliate KTXL Fox 40. A reporter made the mistake of featuring the aforementioned /b/ thread, and claimed that Ferrario had a gorilla fetish (due to numerous Jimmies-related images being posted), saying that he called himself Ã¢â‚¬Å“Jimmy RusselÃ¢â‚¬Â or Ã¢â‚¬Å“Jimmy Rustle.Ã¢â‚¬Â Once /b/ got word of this, Jimmies jokes exploded over the thread, and spread across the sit