A recent map of California’s Escala City shows how a nuclear war could devastate a community.
Escala is the name for a city of about 12,000 people on the north coast of Southern California.
The city sits at the epicenter of a highly populated area, with the Bay Area and the Los Angeles Basin just across the bay.
It’s home to the Escala Mining Company, a major gold and silver mining company.
The Escala County Sheriff’s Department has been tracking Escala’s residents since 2013.
Escalas residents have been known to fight back, using barricades, barricades of sticks and rocks, and even the use of explosives.
Escalia residents have faced off with the police in a number of instances, including a confrontation last year in which a bomb squad member was killed by a resident.
It appears that a standoff between police and residents in Escala could have serious consequences.
According to Escala News, police in Escalacos home have a history of violent behavior.
One Escala resident, James Dejardo, was arrested and charged with assault on a police officer in 2014.
After Dejardos arrest, Escala police allegedly put him in a chokehold, and beat him with a baton.
He was also charged with assaulting a police car driver in 2015, and in 2017, he was charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly punched a woman in the face.
Police also allegedly threatened the lives of Dejaro and his family, who live in the Escalaca neighborhood of West L.A. in the Los Feliz area.
According the Escalamans News, the Escaloosa County Sheriffs Department has filed criminal charges against five residents of Escalacas house.
In one of the arrests, a woman was arrested on suspicion of felony resisting arrest and resisting arrest without violence, according to a statement.
In an incident in November 2017, a second person was arrested, but the sheriff’s department did not release any details of that arrest.
The Sheriff’s department also did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment on whether the police department is investigating any of the residents involved in the standoff.
In April 2018, the city of Escala was named a “sanctuary city” by the Department of Homeland Security.
That designation was given to cities that “have established and implemented policies, procedures, and practices that ensure the safety of the people, property, and facilities in their jurisdictions.”
According to a press release from the Department, Escalascans law enforcement has a history with Escalacio.
According a report from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Escalamas police department was investigated in 2012 and 2013 for violating federal laws against excessive force.
The investigation resulted in the department being reprimanded and a reprimand being issued, according the Los Altos Independent.
In 2014, the Department released a report that said the Escalonas Police Department had received an additional seven citations for violations of federal law related to their use of force.
That report found the department had engaged in discriminatory policing, with “officers routinely failing to arrest people who use excessive force.”
A 2016 report by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors found that the Escallaca police department has a “history of bias, harassment, discrimination, and violence against members of the Latino community.”
The Escalaciones local police department also received an internal affairs report in 2016.
The report was never made public.