Los Alamitos Police Department

While pulling together the Top Ten Stories list on Sunday, April 10, I realized that I have neglected monthly, quarterly, and yearly Top Ten Stories. The last monthly Top Ten Stories article was for September 2021. As part of catching up, here is a list of the Top Ten Stories …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for February 27 through March 05 include murder in Anaheim, fatal traffic collisions in Los Alamitos and Long Beach, and Pacific Islanders. Top Ten Stories for February 27 through March 05 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and …continue reading

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On Thursday, March 3, 2022 at approximately 6:16 p.m., Officers from the Los Alamitos Police Department and the Orange County Fire Authority responded to the intersection of Katella Avenue and Los Alamitos Boulevard for a reported traffic collision. Upon arrival, Officers observed eight vehicles involved and multiple parties injured. Traffic …continue reading

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The Los Alamitos Police Department and City Council are always looking for ways to increase public safety and ensure a continued quality of life for our residents. To that end, the Los Alamitos City Council approved a one-year pilot program to lease 12 Automated License Plate Readers from Flock Safety …continue reading

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At approximately 8:29 a.m. Los Alamitos Police Department Officers responded to the area of Farquhar Ave. and Maple St. regarding a call for a medical aid. Officers arrived on scene and located two individuals in need of medical attention. Officers administered CPR to both individuals until Orange County Fire Authority …continue reading

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The Los Alamitos Police Department is suspending street sweeping parking enforcement until January 5, 2021. The City understands the impact COVID-19 has on our community and is assisting residents as best we can during this extraordinary time. The street sweeper will continue to operate during regularly scheduled times. We ask …continue reading

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The Los Alamitos Police Department is suspending street sweeping parking enforcement until January 5, 2021. The City understands the impact COVID-19 has on our community and is assisting residents as best we can during this extraordinary time. The street sweeper will continue to operate during regularly scheduled times. We ask …continue reading

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Top Ten Stories for October 25 through October 31 include Amy Coney Barrett, wildfire evacuations, and more COVID-19 edicts from Gov. Newsom. Top Ten Stories for October 25 through October 31 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Congressman Lou …continue reading