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Meet the Fullerton Police Department’s three recently promoted lieutenants

One is the first female motor officer in the history of the Fullerton Police Department. Another loves the size and diversity of the agency. And the third recently promoted lieutenant at the...

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Female paramedic with Anaheim Fire & Rescue is ‘treated the same as everyone else’

The firefighter paramedic’s black backpack hangs inside Engine 11 on the west side of Anaheim. It’s filled with supplies and materials for scary things like hazardous material spills. That...

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A homeless man, a frantic mom and a lost autistic boy: dramatic day for Garden Grove PD

Shirtless and shoeless, the frantic homeless man darted across the street to an Arco gas station. He asked a customer to dial 911. The customer ignored him. Determined not to give up, Ian Hinton...

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Weight lifted for CSI investigator after tragic loss

As you finish this story, you may be surprised to find out that you will know an interesting fact about Tustin Police Services Officer Denise Avila that even her mother doesn’t know. Avila, 35,...

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Trio of Garden Grove PD employees take winning design for Chief’s Coin to the bank

She can play the clarinet, is halfway toward earning her black belt in karate, and has a real talent for home remodeling. But drawing? Umm, not so much. But that didn’t stop Ashley Serota, a...

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Video: Garden Grove Police Department's 4th annual Chief's Coin for Merit ceremony

Garden Grove TV3 reporter Audrey Biesk reports on the Garden Grove Police Department's ceremony last month recognizing those who went out of their way to help improve the lives of others in...

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O.C.'s first Vietnamese officer gives police big lift in Little Saigon

Manh Ingwerson has known since he was a kid that he wanted to be a police officer. He had hoped to do so when he joined the army but at the time, the maritime police had a height requirement:...

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Tustin PD preps for memorial game to honor teen

You won’t have a difficult time convincing Tustin Police Officer Chuck Mitchell that sometimes circumstances happen for a reason. Mitchell will be playing – along with personnel from the Tustin...

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The clock is ticking: Here's what it takes to pass Garden Grove PD's physical agility test

Down he went. The applicant was on the last of three physical agility tests for the Garden Grove PD --- a 440-yard run --- when his hamstring seized up. If he failed a second time to complete the run...

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You better not be reading this story while driving, police say in April safety campaign

If you’re reading this story from your mobile phone as you drive, five strong words of advice: Put the phone down now! Police also urge: Keep your eyes on the road! April is National Distracted...

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