Public Safety (Page 2)

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The Orange County Executive Officer (CEO) Frank Kim announced that Daniel C. Hernandez is the new Chief Probation Officer of the County Probation Department on July 26, 2022. The announcement came after the Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Chief Hernandez. “Following 28 years with the department, from entry level correctional …continue reading

Cypress Police Department

As students head back to the classroom, the Cypress Police Department reminds parents and residents to follow the speed limit and be extra careful driving through school zones. “Please drive like it is your child, grandchild, niece, or nephew walking or riding their bike to school,” Mayor Paulo Morales said. …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for July 31 through August 06 include an armed man at Stater Bros., a traffic fatality, and a freeway full closure. Top Ten Stories for July 31 through August 06 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): …continue reading

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According to a series of tweets by the Huntington Beach Police Department, the Huntington Beach Homeless Task Force (HTF) regularly patrols the City in an effort to offer help and services to those experiencing homelessness. In particular, on Thursday, August 4, the HTF visited a private parking lot with the …continue reading

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The California Highway Patrol has activated an Endangered Missing Advisory (EMA) on behalf of the Long Beach Police Department. The at-risk/missing person is Ester Arujo, 11 years old. She is 4’11” tall and 200 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Esther Arujo was last seen on August 6, 2022 …continue reading

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Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher (Yuba City) sent a letter on behalf of the Assembly Republican Caucus to Governor Newsom urging him to veto Senate Bill 57, which would legalize so-called “safe drug consumption” or “supervised injection” sites as pilot programs in the counties and cities of San Francisco, Oakland, …continue reading

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Two Orange County men each were sentenced to federal prison terms for conning more than 2,000 investors into purchasing a cryptocurrency that purportedly provided exclusive access to a profitable trading program, and then using most of the $1.9 million raised to line their own pockets. Jeremy David McAlpine, 26, of …continue reading