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Tustin PD arrests juvenile who broke into home, stole car from garage

A juvenile who broke into a home in Tustin and stole a car from the garage as the resident hid inside the house was arrested early Thursday, Nov. 16, by Tustin PD officers who used a neighboring...

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Former U.S. Air Force police officer leads Tustin PD's Traffic Division

In December 2001, Ryan Coe stepped off a C-130 military transport plane in Jacobabad, Pakistan at 2 a.m. and was hit with the pungent smell of burning trash. He later learned that without a local...

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Dogs and their handlers demonstrate skills during OCPCA's 29th K9 show

Full of entertaining skits, fun competition, several helicopter flyovers, and even fireworks, the Orange County Police Canine Association’s K9 demonstration returned this month for its 29th...

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TPD Commander Katarina Thomas hones in on agency’s civilian staff

Civilian Commander Katarina Thomas looks at her original four police badges encased in a glass plaque – commemorating her 21 years as an LAPD officer, detective, sergeant, and lieutenant – with...

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Master Reserve Officer George Vallevieni reminisces on 35 years at TPD

George Vallevieni didn’t set out to become a police officer, but 35 years at the Tustin Police Department turned out to be the career he always wanted. “It’s a great career,” said the...

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TPD crime analyst saves life through kidney donation

Just about fully recovered from surgery in August, Tustin PD Crime Analyst Suzanna Howard sat in her office one early afternoon, business as usual. Judging from her relaxed demeanor, one would...

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TPD partners with agencies to offer drive-thru flu shots in emergency exercise

Getting a flu shot in Tustin on Oct. 26 was as easy as driving into Columbus Tustin Park Gymnasium’s parking lot. Not only was it free, but residents didn’t even have to get out of their...

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Tustin PD hosts Tip-A-Cop to benefit Special Olympics of Southern California

Tustin Police officers and volunteers served onion rings and sodas to Red Robin customers on a recent Thursday during the 10th annual Tip-A-Cop event, which raises money for the Special Olympics of...

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More than 225 Heritage Elementary students participate in Walk to School Day with TPD

More than 225 students of Heritage Elementary in Tustin participated recently in International Walk to School Day, with officers and other TPD employees making sure they got to school safe. “It...

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Tustin PD celebrates five new hires and three promotions at ceremony

The Tustin City Council Chambers was jam-packed Sept. 7 with officers, friends and family to celebrate promotions of three TPD employees and the addition of five new members to the agency. TPD...

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