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Tustin and Irvine police take on Beckman High in annual memorial soccer game

Kelsey Harris was only 18 when a rare neurodegenerative disorder known as Lafora Disease took her life on April 17, 2014. By playing soccer, the game Kelsey loved, members of the Tustin Police...

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In an unusual twist, a ‘Most Wanted’ suspect turns himself in to authorities

Suspects on “Most Wanted” lists almost always try to stay hidden from law enforcement. Every day, they wake up with the same goal: Remain a ghost. Recently, the Tustin PD scratched a suspect...

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Tustin Police honor legacy, memory of its only officer killed in line of duty, Wally Karp

More than 45 years have passed since Waldron Karp, 31, became the first and only Tustin police officer to be killed in the line of duty. Today’s Tustin PD makes sure Karp’s sacrifice and legacy...

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Public invited to Tustin PD's 22nd annual open house on Saturday, June 16

K9 demonstrations, a tour of the police department, and free hot dogs while supplies last. These are just a few reasons to attend the Tustin Police Department’s 22nd annual open house on...

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Tustin PD arrests suspect in theft of tip jar from Taco Factory

Update: Tustin Police have arrested a woman suspected of stealing a tip jar containing $42 from a Mexican restaurant along with threatening an employee. Antoniette “Toni” Marlena Pagan, 38,...

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Tustin police arrest 75-year-old driver in connection with death of pedestrian

Tustin police have arrested a 75-year-old man wanted on a vehicular manslaughter warrant. Tustin resident Jian Qiao was involved in a traffic accident March 29 on Newport Avenue at the 5 freeway...

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Tustin hosts disaster preparedness expo at historic hangar

Sitting on sofa benches inside the trailer, the sudden shaking took the group by surprise. “You didn’t think it was gonna give you a warning, did you?” asked Kevin Foley, project manager for...

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Three Tustin PD officers honored by OC Human Relations for outreach to students

OC Human Relations last week honored three Tustin PD officers for reaching out to middle-school students in an effort to strengthen police-community relations. Officers John Hedges, Robert Nelson...

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Authorities search nationwide for serial bank robber who reinvents himself in each town

A parolee and serial bank robber has been eluding police since June 2015, when a security camera caught him leaving the scene of a robbery at a home in Orange County. Though police have come close...

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Tustin police welcome K9 Roky, mourn passing of K9 Riggs

Trotting in circles around Officer Eric Kent before moving onto another important task – running over to Tustin Police Department employees to encourage them to play tug – Tustin PD K9 Roky is a...

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