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A real empty-head slapper: GGPD cop recalls 'dumbest criminal' arrest that went national

Det. Paul Danielson was assigned about 6,900 investigations during his 20 years on the Garden Grove Police force before retiring last year to work the front desk part-time. But there is one that...

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Feast for the tummy and soul: At-risk kids earn Thanksgiving dinners for their families

The sixth-grader has an older brother in a street gang. He also has a delicious Thanksgiving dinner staring him in the face. His brother, 19, is a source of great concern for his parents. The meal,...

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Don’t forget these RSVPs: They are invaluable members of the Fullerton Police Department

Myron Roberts walks with a slow shuffle and the use of a cane. War injury. Ran over an anti-tank mine during the Korean War. That hasn’t stopped the O.C. native from serving, for years, the city he...

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Tustin PD Marines gather to celebrate Corps birthday

One day a year every United States Marine — whether home or abroad, active duty or not — is doing the exact same thing. “All Marines are celebrating,” said Tustin PD Officer and retired...

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Anaheim firefighters, heroes to many, honor a visiting Medal of Honor recipient

He told the firefighters while visiting their station Saturday he never could do their job. He said he couldn’t imagine facing, every day, the prospect of kicking down a door to save someone in a...

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Don't be a turkey: Follow these Anaheim Fire & Rescue safety tips for a safe Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just days away. To make sure families remain safe while celebrating this festive holiday, Anaheim Fire & Rescue is sharing two infographics, which are packed with safety tips. ...

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Emotions (and balloons) soar as colleagues honor memory of O.C. prosecutor's son, 10

Three notes: Your goodness inspires me to be a better person each day. It’s hard to believe I can miss someone I never met before. Look at the sky above. Our angels are watching over us. The notes...

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Belly up to the (iron) bars to meet the folksy law enforcement vet who runs the GGPD jail

Kenny Chism never said “rapscallion” or “varmint” during a recent interview, but it wouldn’t have been out of character. Wearing jeans and boots and a leather belt with silver etchings and...

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From service to country to service to community: WPD honors its veterans

There are many reasons someone chooses the military, but it seems to draw those with at least one thing common: a commitment to service. Westminster Police on Wednesday hosted a small gathering to...

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Into the dark: Officers scour tunnels, flood channels to warn homeless about coming rain

From bright sunlight, they descend into darkness. The four cops ditch their sunglasses for flashlights as they begin trekking through a maze of graffiti-filled flood channels under the streets of La...

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