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Beyonce rules and Andy Dick drools

Hey Socal! This week, Beyonce and Drake dropped new music. Bey’s single Break My Soul broke the internet. And Drake’s album Honestly, Nevermind? Honestly… never mind. And for more news you may have missed, Mike Ciriaco is bringing it back to your brain with this week’s Deja News.

A mountain line was fatally run over in the Santa Monica Mountains.

A radio-collared mountain lion was fatally struck by a vehicle Friday in the Santa Monica Mountains.

The National Park Service was notified by the Agoura Animal Shelter at about 9:30 a.m. that the adult female lion — identified as P-54 — was struck on Las Virgenes Road, near Piuma Road and Mulholland Highway.

Sheriff Villanueva tested positive for Covid.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has tested positive for COVID-19, the Sheriff’s Information Bureau confirmed Tuesday evening but did not provide further details. Sheriff’s Capt. Lorena Rodriguez told the Los Angeles Times that Villanueva is in good spirits and vaccinated but did not confirm if he is boosted or disclosed how he contracted the virus.

Thousands of Fentanyl pills were seized during a narcotics investigation.

Thousands of fentanyl-laced drugs, as well as a powder containing the toxic substance, were seized during investigations in Riverside County beginning earlier this month, authorities said Monday.

According to the District Attorney’s Office, the county’s Gang Impact Team, staffed by law enforcement officers from the D.A.’s office, along with sheriff’s deputies and personnel from multiple area police agencies, has been involved in three investigations that led to fentanyl confiscations.

Mike Ciriaco will be bringing it back to your brain next week with another Deja News. Until then, stay sane, SoCal!

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