Ex-Long Beach detective allegedly passed information to gangLos Angeles Times
Dec. 12, 2013
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A former Long Beach police detective was arrested Thursday for allegedly passing on information to the city's Baby Insane Crips street gang as her department investigated a slaying, officials said.
Yvonne Robinson, 42, -- who spent 13 years with the Long Beach Police Department and most recently worked as a detective in the investigation bureau's juvenile section -- was taken into custody at her Carson home, Long Beach police said.