CITY ATTORNEY FEUER SECURES INJUNCTION SHUTTING DOWN UNLICENSED HIGHLAND PARK DAY CARE CENTER

Updated: Feb 24

LOS ANGELES – City Attorney Mike Feuer today announced that his office has successfully secured a preliminary injunction ordering the owners of a Highland Park property to comply with numerous safety and security conditions including the immediate shut down of an alleged unlicensed child care business where more than 20 kilograms of cocaine were recently recovered.

"The drug activity we allege at this home was a massive blight on the community and especially outrageous because little kids were caught right in the middle of it," said City Attorney Feuer. "Shutting down this day care center, combined with the other tough conditions we fought for, will make this neighborhood safer for everyone."

The injunction, granted by Judge James Chalfant, orders Felipe Talamante and Prodigios Garcia Talamante, the father-son owners of the multi-unit residential property at 5215 Marmion Way in Northeast Los Angeles, to refrain from operating a day care business at the property; to refrain from allowing non-resident children on site unless accompanied by their parents; to refrain from advertising or marketing the location as