LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who supervises runway workers at Los Angeles International Airport has become the second man charged with setting off dry ice bombs there. LA County prosecutors say 41-year-old Miguel Angel Iniguez (in-EE'-gez) of Inglewood was charged yesterday with one felony count of possession of a destructive device near an airplane. Iniguez works for aviation ground services company Servisair. Prosecutors allege he made two dry ice bombs Oct. 13 along with 28-year-old Dicarlo Bennett, who was charged last week. Iniguez is scheduled to be arraigned today.
FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in San Bernardino County say a driver ran a red light and caused a collision that killed an adult and a child. Fontana police Lt. William Megenney tells the Los Angeles Times a speeding vehicle "blew the red light" at about 8:30 last night and caused a three-car wreck that also injured four people.
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — An Orange County attorney has been charged with killing a bicyclist with her car as she drove under the influence of Xanax (ZAN'-ax) and other prescription drugs. A district attorney's statement says 39-year-old Hasti Fakhrai-Bayrooti (FAWK'-rye bay-ROO'-tee) is charged with felony vehicular manslaughter and could get four years in prison if convicted. The lawyer from Rancho Santa Margarita is free on $100,000 bail and scheduled to be arraigned today.
GLENDORA, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California husband and wife dropped a fanny pack in a warehouse store and accidentally set off a gun inside it, leaving him with a bullet wound and both of them facing weapons charges. Glendora police tell the San Gabriel Valley Tribune that 48-year-old Robert Duncan and his wife Helen Duncan were passing the small bag between them Sunday at Sam's Club when they dropped it and he was shot in the arm. The couple drove themselves to a hospital in nearby San Dimas, where police found them and arrested them.