Public Safety (Page 97)

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It’s illegal, costly and potentially life-threatening. But that didn’t stop thieves on Sunday and Monday from apparently trying to steal copper from separate Southern California Edison facilities — and suffering electrical burn injuries because of their criminal activity that led to one being airlifted to a trauma center and two …continue reading

The Top Ten Stories for July 14 through July 20 include technology recruitment, homeless veterans, a Huntington Beach fire, and prized teachers. The Top Ten Stories for July 14 through July 20 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Technology recruitment …continue reading

National Night Out

The Civic Expo hosts booths from La Palma’s various service providers including, utility partners, public safety departments, municipal departments, and community non-profits. This is a great opportunity to learn about your City and its public partnerships! The National Night Out component is a nationally recognized community-building campaign that promotes strong …continue reading

A former U.S. Customs and Border Protection watch commander at the Long Beach Seaport pleaded guilty today to federal criminal charges for running an illegal gun-selling business, unlawfully possessing more than 40 machine guns and other prohibited firearms, failing to disclose his foreign financial interests and contacts in China in …continue reading