Los Angeles

Quadruple Homicide Leads to Review of Boarding House Rules

More regulations will keep people from killing each other!


LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The City Council convened a special meeting Monday to discuss ways to improve the regulation of local boarding homes after four people were murdered at an unlicensed residence in Northridge earlier this month.

KNX 1070?s Pete Demetriou reports Councilmember Mitchell Englander wants to hear from the Los Angeles Police Department regarding the need for a Community Care Facilities Ordinance (CCFO).

Englander, who chairs the Public Safety Committee, introduced the legislation on Friday, which calls for amendments to the California "Public Safety Realignment" laws that are moving criminals from state prisons into county jails.