Watch: LAPD Station Firebombed

Molotov cocktail thrown at entrance

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Los Angeles authorities arrested a person suspected of throwing a Molotov cocktail at the entrance of a police station on Sunday morning, according to reports.

Jonathon Rosin, 24, was tracked down and arrested by Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers shortly after allegedly firebombing the Topanga Station at around 1 a.m. on Sunday.

Surveillance video of the attack was shared to social media by Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin.


“LAPD’s Topanga Division station was firebombed Sunday morning at about 1am. A source sent me this video, which shows a suspect throwing a Molotov cocktail against the doors. LAPD tells me officers witnessed it and chased the suspect down. Suspect is now in custody,” Melugin reported.

While the building sustained minor damage, no one was injured in the bombing.


“The suspect was eventually detained at Roscoe and Canoga without incident,” an LAPD spokesperson told Newsweek.

“The suspect was a local resident. He was very uncooperative.”

Rosin was reportedly charged under suspicion of igniting an explosive device and held on $500,000 bail.


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