Gabriel San Roman
Gabriel San Roman is from Anacrime. He's a journalist, subversive historian and tallest Mexican in OC.
17 hours ago | Video
A Huntington Beach police officer shot a man in front of a 7-Eleven earlier this morning in an incident captured on cellphone video. The trouble began outside the convenience store on 6012 Edinger Avenue. "About 9:30 a.m., an officer made con...
22 hours ago | Anacrime
A lawsuit filed after a September 2009 fatal Anaheim police shooting is still languishing in courts years later but gained a rare, key decision this week. On Tuesday, the California Fourth District Court of Appeal reversed its own previous ruling ...
1 day ago | Longform
Police shootings in Orange County are definitely more frequent now than in the 1980s, when the Los Angeles Times found an average of about 10 per year, but less trigger-happy than 1990, when the number of incidents reached 30. The Weekly previousl...
When La Habra police killed Michael Cho on New Year's Eve 2007, the shooting angered local Koreans. Susan Kang Schroeder, the Orange County district attorney's then-spokeswoman, told the Los Angeles Times the following February that the agency’s l...
When a police officer pulls the trigger, injuring or killing someone, the Orange County district attorney’s office (OCDA) sends in its team of investigators. The OCDA is tasked with probing police shootings for nearly all local law-enforcemen...
When the two Anaheim police officers approached Manuel Diaz on a summer afternoon five years ago, he was leaning into a car, chatting with a couple of friends who were parked in an alleyway. Diaz fled on foot and turned the corner of an apartment ...