Public Safety (Page 98)

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Six men have been arrested on federal charges alleging they committed a spree of armed robberies this year at Southern California cellphone stores, holding store employees at gunpoint, sometimes zip-tying them, then stealing a total of nearly $200,000 worth of electronic devices and cellular telephones. The defendants were named in …continue reading


Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer released the following statement regarding People v. Robicheaux and Riley: Given the controversial procedural nature of People v. Robicheaux and Riley, upon my assuming the office of the District Attorney of Orange County, I directed my prosecutors to re-evaluate the facts with a com …continue reading

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The estimated Halloween spending this year on decorations, costumes and more: $8.8 billion. Safely displaying decorations and wearing all those costumes: priceless. With millions of Southern Californians among the 172 million Americans expected to participate in the Halloween festivities, Southern California Edison joins public safety experts nationwide in encouraging smart …continue reading

On October 21, 2019 at approximately 2:18 PM, Seal Beach Police Officers responded to a call of a traffic collision at the intersection of Lampson Avenue and Tulip Street. A motorcycle collided with two vehicles at the intersection causing the motorcyclist to be ejected. Responding Firefighter Paramedics attempted life-saving measures …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for October 12 through October 19 include a shooting in Long Beach, seasonal emergency shelter, and a grant for new fire watch operations. Top Ten Stories for October 12 through October 19 most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): …continue reading


Turn in your expired, unused/unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for disposal on Prescription Drug Take-Back Day coming Saturday, October 26, 2019. This collaborative partnership between the Los Alamitos Police Department and the Los Alamitos Unified School District will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the …continue reading