The Seal Beach Police Department and the Westminster Area of the California Highway Patrol joined together to conduct a directed traffic enforcement operation. On Saturday, May 9, 2020, SBPD and CHP officers partnered to enforce the rules of the road on Pacific Coast Highway and other streets in Seal Beach.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) announced that beginning today, it will distribute 100,000 face coverings supplied by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to truck drivers in California. “The California Highway Patrol is honored to be a part of the distribution of these protective face coverings for truck drivers,” CHP
Top Ten Stories for April 19 through April 25 included a murder suspect, a guilty please, virtual recreation, and suspension of AB 5. Top Ten Stories for April 19 through April 25 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Anaheim Police
On 04/23/2020 at approximately 1515 hours, Border Division CHP Organized Retail Crime Task Force (ORC Task Force) Sergeant J. Kelley and Investigator J. Campbell were contacted by the CHP – Santa Ana Area office regarding a high-speed pursuit that had just occurred in Costa Mesa. CHP Officer Mackay had initiated
All traffic southbound on Bloomfield Street in Los Alamitos is being diverted to westbound Katella Avenue due to apparent police activity just south of Katella Avenue. The following information was released by the Los Alamitos Police Department via their Twitter feed: (1/2)Last night at 11:59 p.m Cypress Police Officers responded
New laws approved by the California Legislature in 2019 will affect roadway safety in several ways, including increased distracted driving penalties, peace officer use of deadly force, bicycle turning movements at intersections, wildlife salvage permits, and motor carrier permit rules. In support of the Department’s mission of providing the highest
SILVER ALERT – Orange [email protected] IF SEEN, CALL 9-1-1 pic.twitter.com/UQHQaaVMXK — CHP – Alerts (@CHPAlerts) November 12, 2019
Top Ten Stories for October 2019 include The Great Pacific Airshow, the 2019 California RV Show, and a CHP pursuit from Upland to Beach Blvd. The Top Ten Stories for October 2019 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the month of October 2019 (excluding weather forecasts
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):
On October 12, 2019 at approximately 0424 hours the Upland Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a Toyota Scion for an equipment violation. The driver did not yield and a pursuit ensued. The pursuit entered westbound I-10, where CHP (California Highway Patrol) units assumed the pursuit from Upland P.D.
Two men have been charged in connection with a complex scheme to use fraudulent social security numbers, drivers licenses and employer information to illegally buy dozens of vehicles and attempting to buy 90 more vehicles illegally. The total loss exceeds $1.2 million. Arsenio Stanley Pierre, 27, Riverside and Marcus Darren
A man suspected of robbing banks in Grover Beach and Long Beach, California, has been indicted by a federal grand jury, announced United States Attorney Nicola T. Hanna in Los Angeles, and Assistant Director Paul Delacourt of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office. Dino Tabar Trias, 44, a transient who