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Lt. Chuck Becerra (left), the acting captain at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station, arranges cards from attendees of the Community Conversation meeting in Calabasas for Sheriff Alex Villanueva to field. The March 3 meeting drew representatives of Malibu’s Public Safety Commission as well as other concerned community members. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Chris Frost, chairman of Malibu’s Public Safety Commission, asks a question.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva speaks to those gathered at Calabasas’ Founders Hall.
Hans Laetz, owner of KBUU Radio Malibu, addresses Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter
10:36 am PST March 5, 2020
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva was challenged by Malibu community members Tuesday, March 3, during a public meeting as he responded to questions and criticism over personnel shuffles at the Malibu Lost/Hills Station and about why he ordered deputies to destroy photos taken at the Kobe Bryant crash site.