Captain Carter Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Centruy Station

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Kerry Carter

Century Sheriff's Station

(323) 568-4800
11703 S. Alameda Street, Lynwood, CA 90262

Serving the areas of: Florence/Firestone, Walnut Park, Willowbrook, Athens Park.

Century Sheriff's Station

(323) 568-4800
11703 S. Alameda Street, Lynwood, CA 90262

Serving the areas of: Florence/Firestone, Walnut Park, Willowbrook, Athens Park.

Captain Carter Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Centruy Station

Captain
Kerry Carter

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#CrimeTimeTuesday #LASD Homicide Bureau Detectives and LA District Attorney’s Office Collaboration Leads to Conviction, 40 year Prison Sentence 

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau Detectives investigated the shooting death of a woman, and the wounding of a man that were discovered Saturday, July 1, 2017. The victim’s ex-husband was arrested sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison for the crime.

On Monday, August 12, 2019, 41 year-old Efrem Ruben Lozoya of Pico Rivera was sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison for killing his ex-wife and wounding and paralyzing her boyfriend after pleading guilty last month.

On Saturday, July 1, 2017 suspect Efrem Lozoya was dropping off their 7 year-old daughter at the victim’s apartment in the 13900 block of Coteau Drive, unincorporated Whittier. 
Their 9 year-old son had opened the door for suspect Lozoya and allowed him entry. Once inside the apartment, Lozoya stormed into the bedroom where the victims, his ex-wife and her boyfriend, were located.  Suspect Lozoya shot both of them.

The children, upon hearing the gun shots, ran to a neighbor’s residence.
Suspect Lozoya fled from the apartment right after the shooting.

Norwalk deputies received a call for shots fired, and upon arrival found the victims, Nereida Villanueva, 33, dead and her boyfriend, a Male Hispanic, suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper torso.
Homicide detectives were summoned to the scene to investigate the murder and attempted murder.
After several hours the suspect turned himself in.

Two years after the crime, Efrem Loyoza pleaded guilty in court to one count each of second-degree murder and attempted murder, and also admitted to intentionally discharging a handgun which caused great bodily injury and death.

Loyoza was subsequently sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison.
Deputy District Attorney Araceli Otero prosecuted the case.
http://da.lacounty.gov/media/news/man-sentenced-killing-ex-wife-shooting-her-boyfriend-whittier

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#BearGoesEverywhere visited the Security Staff of the Hall of Justice in Downtown Los Angeles.

The Hall of Justice was built in 1925 and opened for business in 1926.

The Hall of Justice is the oldest surviving government building in the Los Angeles Civic Center, that collection of city, county and federal buildings stretching for several blocks along Temple and First Streets in downtown Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors authorized construction of the building to consolidate the County’s courts, jail facilities as well as the coroner’s office in one location.

The result was a beautiful new facility housing all levels of the county criminal justice system.

The Hall of Justice played a significant role in the criminal justice history of Los Angeles, housing such notable arrestees as “Bugsy” Siegel, Robert Mitchum, Charles Manson, and Sirhan Sirhan. The autopsies of Marilyn Monroe and Robert Kennedy were also conducted there.

For many years, the Hall of Justice was in fact an open building, with no security at any entry/exit points. Due to many violent incidents for all county buildings, a security team was formed, which is now part of the County Services Division.

The County Services Division is in charge of security at all County courthouses.

Security officers, under the supervision of a Sheriff peace officer supervisor, staff the metal detectors at courthouse entrances and provide general security for the court complex.

The Hall of Justice building is staffed by 17 security officers and three security assistants, each one of them serving as an outstanding key part of our building security.

Until next time, everyone stay safe and look out for the Bear in your city. #LASD
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In 1994, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department merged Firestone Park and Lynwood Stations to create one of the most prestigious law enforcement precincts in the nation, proudly known as Century Sheriff’s Station. Upholding the Sheriff’s Department’s 150 year “Tradition of Service,” the sworn and professional staff of Century Station take pride in their outstanding work ethic, where personal and professional integrity are the foundation of their actions.

Serving the unincorporated areas of Florence, Firestone, Walnut park, Willowbrook, Rosewood, Athens Park, and the City of Lynwood, Century Sheriff’s Station provides law enforcement services to more than 200,000 residents living within a 13 square mile area in the heart of South Los Angeles. Century Station Deputies actively strive to solve community problems and quality of life concerns by developing partnerships in the community and working together to achieve lasting results.

Century Stations deputies are known for their expertise and proficiency in combating crime, as well as rapid and tactical responses to violent crimes in progress and critical incidents. Year after year, Century Station deputies set the standard in law enforcement for the apprehension of dangerous felons, seizure of firearms and narcotics, while at the same time supporting positive youth intervention and prevention programs to make our neighborhoods safer.

We welcome and encourage community participation in our effort to strengthen public safety. If you have any questions regarding law enforcement matters, or need additional information about any of our programs, please contact Century Sheriff’s Station at (323) 568-4800.

Service Areas:
Lynwood, the unincorporated areas of Florence/Firestone,
Walnut Park, Athens Park, Rosewood, and Willowbrook

Unincorporated Area – Supervisorial District 1 – Hilda L. Solis
Population (Unincorporated): 15,966

Walnut Park
Unincorporated Area – Supervisorial District 2 – Mark Ridley-Thomas
Population (Unincorporated): 129,300

Florence/Firestone, Athens Park, Rosewood, and Willowbrook
City of Lynwood
Population: 69,772
Lynwood Mayor: Edwin Hernandez
Lynwood Mayor Pro-Tem: Aide Castro
Lynwood City Manager: J. Arnoldo Beltran
Lynwood City Council:José Luis Solache, Maria Teresa Santillan-Beas, and Salvador Alatorre

Century Station’s Top Concern: Community Relations
Century Station’s Budgeted Personnel:
Sworn Staff: 254 Professional Staff: 53

OPERATIONS SUMMARY
Upholding the Sheriff’s Department’s 150 year “Tradition of Service,” the sworn and professional staff of Century Station take pride in their outstanding work ethic, where personal and professional integrity are the foundation of their actions. Century Station deputies actively strive to solve community problems and quality of life concerns by developing partnerships in the community and working together to achieve lasting results. Century Station deputies are known for their expertise and proficiency in combating crime, as well as rapid and tactical responses to violent crimes in progress and critical incidents. Year after year, Century Station deputies set the standard in law enforcement for the apprehension of dangerous felons, seizure of firearms and narcotics, while at the same time supporting positive youth intervention and prevention programs to make our neighborhoods safer.

Background:
The Sheriff’s Explorer Program was created for youth 14-21 years old considering a career in law enforcement, or seeking positive community
involvement.

Century Station Explorers boast a tradition of excellence consistent with our deputies, having achieved repeated championships in local, state, and national explorer competitions. Century Station Explorers are well known in the community, and are regularly seen at civic events
in the city of Lynwood and throughout Los Angeles County.

Qualifications:

  • Be between the ages of 14-21
  • Have completed the 8th grade
  • Have no serious arrests or convictions
  • Shall not be on active probation
  • Have at least a “C” or 2.0 grade point average

For additional information regarding the Century Station Volunteer Program, call 323-586-7250.

If your vehicle has been towed or impounded by Century Station, call (323) 568-4800.

In order to obtain a vehicle release, you must be the registered owner of the vehicle and must bring a valid State-issued driver’s license.
All storage fees for the vehicle will be paid at the tow company.

Station tow fees:

  • Unincorporated Area $93
  • Lynwood Administration Release $125
  • Lynwood Impounded Vehicle $170
  • Lynwood Criminal Impound $220

Contract Tow Companies:
Carson City Towing – (310) 532-4866
19135 South Main Street, Gardena, California 90248

International Towing – (323) 583-1515
2225 East 89th Street, Los Angeles, California 90002

Kruger Tow – (310) 639-3107
17803 South Santa Fe Avenue, Compton, California 90221

Southeast Towing – (310) 631-6161
428 East Pine Street, Compton, California 90222

Captain (323) 568-4800

Detective Bureau (323) 568-4800

Watch Commander (323) 568-4811

Watch Sergeant (323) 568-4812

Community Relations (323) 568-4800

Century YAL (323) 586-6691

Traffic (323) 568-4796

In order to request a report, please call (323) 568-4800 prior to arriving at Century Station with the report number of your case, to check if the report is available.

  • In certain instances, the report may not be available due to ongoing investigations or the report may be unavailable to the public.
  • When the report is ready, come to Century station and pay the associated fee for the report.
  • To receive a copy of a traffic collision, you must either be a party listed on the collision report or an employee of a representing insurance agency.
  • To receive a copy of a criminal report, you must either be a party listed on the report or the listed victim.
  • Persons who are not listed as parties on the report will not be able to purchase a report.

Fees:

  • Criminal and Non-Criminal Reports $23
  • Repossessions $15
  • Traffic Collision Reports $23
  • *Please note that cash or check is only accepted