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first_imgJailed suspect dies in apparent suicide ALHAMBRA – A suspect being held in the Alhambra Police Department Jail was found dead early Friday in what appears to be a suicide, officials said. The discovery was made about 9:42 a.m. at the jail, at 211 S. 1st Street, Alhambra police said in a written release. The name or a description of the deceased was not available, nor was the reason he was arrested. Only force was used in the robbery and no weapons were seen, he said. A witness observed the robbery and followed the suspect vehicle, said Flores. At Graves Avenue near Sefton Avenue in Monterey Park, the two male Latino suspects and one female Latino suspect abandoned the car and fled on foot, Flores said. A search perimeter was set up in the area, but the suspects were not located, he said. Flores added that the suspects’ vehicle was later determined to be stolen. Pot-banging: Expert solution for seals PACIFIC GROVE – Experts have come up with a low-tech method to keep seals off a Pacific Grove beach: Banging on pots. The City Council got a report from its Beautification and Natural Resources Committee on how to deal with Pacific harbor seal invading Lovers Point Beach. Mother seals appear to be moving toward the beach during pupping season. Because marine mammals are protected by federal law, the public could lose access to the beach. The council was told the city should discourage the seal haul-outs by banging on pots and pans to chase them back to sea. Other noisemakers, scarecrows and human presence are also an option. USS Ronald Reagan returns to SoCal SANTA BARBARA – The USS Ronald Reagan is returning to Santa Barbara for a visit next month. The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will anchor outside the harbor from Jan. 11 to 14, bringing with it more than 4,000 sailors who will take shore boats to the pier for liberty. The carrier will not be available for public tours. Local Navy League spokesman Doug Crawford says the group is working to get hotel rooms for sailors at no more than $100 a night. So far, only the Bacara Hotel and Spa in Goleta has offered 50 rooms for that price. Norco says Big Boy is Western enough NORCO – The chubby Bob’s Big Boy mascot is going to wear a cowboy hat and boots as long as he’s in Horsetown USA. There was concern in Norco that the mascot wasn’t Western enough for the equestrian community so planners said neigh to architectural plans for a 5,200-square-foot Bob’s Big Boy restaurant. Architect representative Dave Hogan told the council Wednesday that the six-foot statue would don a hat and boots. So the City Council reversed course and approved the plans. Norco is located in Riverside County, about 60 miles southeast of Los Angeles. Family wins millions in Caltrans suit SAN DIEGO – A jury has awarded $26.5 million to a San Diego family whose land was targeted for takeover by the state Department of Transportation. Last year, the agency tried to claim eminent domain over the land for construction of the new 905 Freeway in southern San Diego County. But the owners said losing the 2.8-acre parcel would cut off access to the rest of their property and make it worthless. Jurors ruled unanimously in favor of the landholders Wednesday after a three-week trial in Superior Court. Transportation officials say they’ll appeal. Black bear hunting season ends early SANTA BARBARA – California’s black bear hunting season has ended early because takes reached the state Department of Fish and Game limit. The season was scheduled to run through Dec. 30, but the limit of some 1,700 bears has already been reached. It’s the first time since 2001 that the season was shut down early. In 2002, the threshold for season closure was increased from 1,500 to 1,700 bears based on the health and expansion of the bear population. Tags show the harvest is already above 1,700. Hunters are required to return bear tags to the Department of Fish and Game by Feb. 1. They are also required to submit skulls of bears killed to DFG for extraction of teeth within 10 days of taking the bear. The teeth are used to determine the animals’ ages. – From staff and wire reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champDetectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau are conducting the investigation, police said. No further details were released. Robbery suspects flee from stolen car ROSEMEAD – Three suspects fled Friday after robbing a woman in Rosemead, then ditching their stolen car several blocks away in Monterey Park, officials said. The incident began about 4:40 p.m. when a woman was robbed of her purse on Graves Avenue at San Gabriel Boulevard, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s Sgt. Mark Flores. last_img read more