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"In chino, sixty seven a west Covina burglary suspect has a new appreciation for old Saint Nick people in the neighborhood began to hear yelling when they're outside enjoying their pool on Saturday. They followed that sound to the home next door. I just started yelling, I said where are you? And he said, I'm stuck in the chimney, and you need to help me I've been here. You know, like I've been here. All nice been here since three in the morning Claremont police in L A county fire responded to the nine one one call and briefly considered whether they have to dismantle the chimney to get them out. But they were able to hoist them up and out the way he went in the man told police he was just looking for a loss. Drone. Really, it was quite obvious that that wasn't the situation at all. He spent much of the day in the hospital recovering from dehydration before being booked on burglary charges pretty crazy. Jim Rondeau, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio four, man. Suspected of being part of a so called knock knock burglary crew have been in Sun Valley after they allegedly did rob a home. They were spotted earlier committee net burglary in north Hollywood. Authorities say they were seen by a task force made up of the sheriff's major crimes bureau burglary robbery task force in Simi valley. Police the four were followed in busted when they came out of a home with stolen property. Three of the suspects are from L A, the fourth from Lancaster, a law will prevent most people under the age of twenty one from buying guns in our state governor Brown signed a law. So that members of the military and people with hunting licenses are restricted the governor also signed a Bill that limits. People who have been hospitalized or placed on psychiatric hold from owning guns and one that vans people with certain domestic violence misdemeanors from owning guns for life. California's cities and counties will not have to create lists buildings at are. Hi, restaurant, earthquakes, governor, Jerry Brown. Vetoed Bill that would have asked the states, cities and counties to generate lists of potentially vulnerable buildings that would face the greatest risk of collapse during a major earthquake. The governor felt the Bill was just too expensive. And did not provide the greatest value for the investment, which some estimate into the tens of millions of dollars. The bill's supporters say that cost is inflated. They estimated would cost much less some cities, including Los Angeles have already generated lists of potentially vulnerable buildings on their own Nathan Roberts, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio lifeguards all throughout southern California are all geared up for what's expected to be a busy continuation of the weekend. Some beaches in L A and Orange County's are expected to see sense upwards of ten feet, the large waves are being caused by hurricane rose off the coast of Mexico. When they get out into what we call the window. Get asked to do swell direction and how."