A second Miramonte Elementary School teacher has been arrested.
A second teacher removed from Miramonte Elementary has been arrested, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
The Friday arrest comes days after longtime teacher Mark Brandt was charged with 23 lewd acts against children.
KTLA's David Begnaud has been reporting on Twitter that there will soon be new disturbing details in the Brandt case.
A 2nd person has been arrested & investigators have widened their inquiry to include a 2 decades long coverup of Berndts alleged perversion.— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) February 3, 2012
A press conference is scheduled for noon. We will have more information then.
Susan G. Komen For the Cure foundation announced Friday it would reverse its controversial decision to cut financial support for Planned Parenthood breast exams.
The policy flop comes after days of widespread backlash over the loss of more than $600,000 in grant money for clinic breast health programs.
Today, Susan G. Komen founder and CEO Nancy G. Brinker said in a statement that the research advocacy group's decision to end funding for providers under investigation was not politically motivated, explains the L.A. Times.
Brinker said the policy was not meant to single out Planned Parenthood, an organization currently under congressional investigation by Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) to determine if federal funding was used for abortion services.
Miramonte Elementary School, where a second teacher has been removed after allegations have surfaced against him.
LAUSD has removed a second teacher from a classroom at Miramonte Elementary School, where another teacher this week was charged with photographing children for sexual thrills.
LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy says the teacher was removed from contact with children after someone made accusations against him on Wednesday. The teacher has not been arrested or charged, according to the L.A. County Sheriff's Department.
“A new allegation came to our attention yesterday, and we referred the allegation to the sheriff,” Deasy told the L.A. Times. “We removed the teacher from the classroom and the matter is being investigated, like when any matter comes to our attention.
“There is no determination from the authorities, and the person could be completely innocent.”
Sgt. Dan Scott of the Special Victim's Bureau said police are working hard on the case.
This is a wax figure of Jack Sparrow.
While not entirely an uncommon practice, it's worth noting in this case that we are bringing you the below AP piece entirely as is.
"Police say several people dressed as movie characters on Hollywood Boulevard got into a brawl that ended with a man dressed as "Pirates of the Caribbean" character Capt. Jack Sparrow being pepper-sprayed.
Officer Rosario Herrera says it's unclear why the Sparrow character, made famous in the movies by Johnny Depp, got into a fight with people dressed as Catwoman and an alien in front of the Kodak Theatre Thursday evening.
Officers responded to a call that there was a disturbance on the stretch of Hollywood Boulevard known to host costumed characters who hustle tourists for a few bucks in exchange for a photo with a celebrity lookalike.
Sparrow was treated for minor injuries. No arrests have been made."
This photo provided by the Anaheim Police Department shows Itzcoatl Ocampo. Investigators are "extremely confident" that Ocampo is responsible for all four recent killings of homeless men in Orange County.
An ex-Marine charged with killing four homeless men in north Orange County has been linked to the stabbing deaths of a woman and her son in Yorba Linda, Anaheim police said Thursday.
Investigators determined there is an association between the ex-Marine, Itzcoatl Ocampo, and Eder Herrera, who is charged in the deaths of the woman and her son, and remains in custody, Anaheim police Lt. Julian Harvey said. Police would not elaborate on that association or provide further details.
"We've developed significant evidence that links him to this crime," Harvey told KPCC.
Harvey told KPCC that he couldn't comment on whether Ocampo and Herrera worked in tandem, but that they have info linking Ocampo to the crimes. He added that if, during the investigation, evidence either supports or vindicates Herrera, that evidence will be president to the district attorney's office.