Reporters from the Los Angeles Times based their story on elementary school teacher's abusing students upon three named sources.
The writers made effective attribution by identifying the source when it was first mentioned, and organized all the information provided from one source together. A detective on the case was attributed in the first beginning. He was identified to be Sgt. Dan Scott in the second paragraph. The Los Angeles Times obtained details on the teacher's charges and abuse, and evidence collected from the investigators from Scott.
After presenting all information provided by the police officer, the reporter stated the condemnation made by Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy, who said the department was aware of the situation immediately after the teacher was brought to the police station. By attributing this source, the reporters tell readers how educators responded to the case.
The school principal whom the teacher worked with was attributed in the end of the report. A direct quote was used to report his response to the incident.