Listen: Michael Freeman, Executive Director, Jackson Manson discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Twenty ballot. Daniel Yukos son is the executive director of the apartment association of greater Los Angeles. And he tells k next the measure will actually hurt the state turning away housing developers. Who's gonna want to build any new housing units? That's what we need here in California. We have a huge shortage of rental housing units. And no one's going to build if they're going to be under control after fifteen years. He tells k next at his organization, we'll fight vigorously against it. Other Jordan KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Culver city police ending their search for a baby boy who they think ended up in the sobriety. Landfill. In corona. Lieutenants, Troy Dunlap tells KNX they've been unable to narrow down the possible location of Jackson Manson after a lengthy search for the six month old, and we're talking under hundreds of hundreds of tons of trash, and there's just no way we can pinpoint on when the body possibly was arrived there or if it did it all experiments both been charged with felony child endangerment, resulting in death. Jackson was last seen on New Year's Eve, but wasn't reported missing. Until nearly a month later, a father has been charged with trying to kill his baby. Boy during a domestic dispute in downtown LA saying attempt. And murder and child abuse charges. Authorities say twenty nine year old Michael Freeman was visiting from Tennessee last week and got into an argument with the baby's mother at an apartment complex on hillstreet. He grabbed the boy from her arms and ran into a vacant unit. Nearby where officers found him allegedly beating the infant police use less lethal force to subdue Freeman and rescue the baby who was hospitalized Freeman is awaiting. Arraignment officials say he initially refused to leave his cell for his court appearance. If he is convicted as charged Freeman could get a maximum sentence of life in prison. Cloudy, skew Todd, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio to thirty-three LA county has committed to spending tens of millions of dollars to help jail inmates who are mentally ill. The program includes funding for housing in some cases, early release from custody estimated now that one third of LA county jail inmates are suffering from some type of untreated, mental illness.."