L.A. County Crimestoppers
Date: 12/14/2009 Album ID: 909043
Photos by Eric Reed
Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed
Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department Charlie Beck speaks as Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Jeanette Chavez, the mother of slain 17-year-old Sammantha Salas, was present to help launch Crimestoppers. Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Jeanette Chavez, the mother of slain 17-year-old Sammantha Salas, was present to help launch Crimestoppers. Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Jeanette Chavez, the mother of slain 17-year-old Sammantha Salas, was present to help launch Crimestoppers. Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca speaks as area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Jeanette Chavez, the mother of slain 17-year-old Sammantha Salas, was present to help launch Crimestoppers. Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Jeanette Chavez, left in white, the mother of slain 17-year-old Sammantha Salas, was present with other mothers of slain family members to help launch Crimestoppers. Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department Charlie Beck speaks as Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Jeanette Chavez, right, the mother of slain 17-year-old Sammantha Salas, was present to help launch Crimestoppers. Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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Los Angeles County area law enforcement were at a press conference at Dodger Stadium, Monday, to announce the new L.A. County Crimestoppers program, an anonymous tip program that can pay people rewards to report crimes. Dec. 14, 2009.(SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed/SXCITY)
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