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Headlines: Officials Seek Forfeiture of $63 Million L.A. Mansion; Local Moms Talk About ‘Parenting While High’

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—The U.S. Justice Department is seeking the forfeiture of a Holmby Hills mega-mansion recently listed for sale at $63,500,000, alleging its purchase was possible due to bribes paid with the proceeds of a corruption scheme in Armenia. [Justice.Gov]

—North America’s largest, richest known source of Native cave drawings have been unveiled in Alabama, following their discovery in 1998 and subsequent protection. [CNN]

—L.A. COVID cases have surpassed 3,000 for the first time since mid-February. [Deadline]

—15 people were detained when police broke up a street takeover in Sun Valley last night. [KTLA]

—A man, said to be in his 20’s, was shot and killed in South L.A. last night. [CBS]

—L.A’s cannabis-appreciating moms sound off on parenting while high. [L.A. Cannabis News]

—Flying insect populations have fallen 60% in Great Britain since 2004, and should “shock and concern of all.” [Guardian]

—Dave Chappelle’s attacked will be charged with four misdemeanors after L.A. County D.A. George Gascon’s office declined to file felony charges. [LAT]

—Why were federal police called in to confront pro-choice protestors in Downtown this week? Inquiring minds want to know. [LAT]

—Rebecca Grossman, a socialite in Hidden Hills, is being ordered to stand trial in the murder of two young brothers hit by a speeding Mercedes, which fled the scene, while in a crosswalk in Westlake Village. [CBS]

—The campus of Montebello High was closed yesterday due to an unspecified threat. [KABC]

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