Two Motorists Booked in Pedestrian Death

Two Los Angeles men were arrested Thursday night after they collided while speeding through town and killed a man in his 60s.
According to Sgt. Christian Hauptmann with the Glendale Police Department, the collision happened just after 8 p.m. Thursday, near the intersection of Brand Boulevard and Maple Street. The two men appeared to have been speeding north on Brand when the collision occurred.
According to Hauptmann, one of the motorists, a 32-year-old L.A. man, was speeding alongside a 27-year-old L.A. man when he tried to pass around a slower-moving vehicle in front of him.

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Apparent Dumping of Mail Prompts Investigation

Photo by Zane Hill / Glendale News-Press
Security footage showed a man identified as a U.S. Postal Service contractor dumping bags of unopened packages and mail last week in the parking lot for 7Q Spa Laser & Aesthetics, a business on Glenoaks Boulevard.

The U.S. Postal Service continues to investigate two incidents of apparent mail dumping last week, including one instance in which a contractor appears to have discarded a large amount of bagged mail and packages in a parking lot.
Meanwhile, Congressmen Adam Schiff and Jimmy Gomez have formally asked for USPS investigators to conduct a broad inquiry alongside the local probe to identify whether the incidents were isolated occurrences or reflect a larger issue with the institution. The dumping of unopened mail, which was partially captured on surveillance footage, is likely to serve as a lightning rod to ongoing controversies regarding the handling of the USPS ahead of a national election expected to rely heavily on mail-in voting.

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