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Anaheim Fire & Rescue veteran passes passion for helping others to his son

Across the giant dining room table of Anaheim Fire & Rescue Station 8, Dan Mosman, the low-key and amiable veteran of AF&R, shakes his son’s hand and smirks, “… And you are?” His son...

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On Father’s Day, Anaheim PD officer will celebrate legacy he will leave behind

When Anaheim PD Senior Master Officer Robert Wardle retires in October, the 56-year-old father of five will be leaving behind quite a legacy at the agency. Specifically, four sons: Officer Ryan...

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Retiring longtime La Habra PD sergeant has made some solid bets over the years

Jeff Baylos was living with his parents and dead broke when, in July 1987, a month after quitting his supermarket job with nothing on the horizon, he did what any other responsible 25-year-old would...

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MADD honors top DUI arresting officers and surprise ‘community hero’ from Orange PD

In a room packed with some 500 police officers and command staff from law enforcement agencies from four counties, two Orange PD officers emerged as key honorees at MADD Southern California’s...

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Anaheim officers ask GardenWalk-ers to Know Your Limit

Most of the time, people aren’t laughing or smiling when a breathalyzer is in their face. This is not one of those times. On a Tuesday night, early into happy hour at the McCormick &...

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Orange PD’s Homeless Liaison Officers show plenty of HEART

The Orange PD officers casually walk up to the packed truck with a sign reading “Don’t Let Drugs Control Your Life.” They talk a little with the man and woman they find there. The...

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Westminster PD honors good works of employees at annual ceremony

Family, friends and colleagues packed the room at the Westminster Rose Center for the Westminster Police Department’s annual awards ceremony May 31. The event honors the agency’s employees for...

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And they’re off! Orange PD stops horsing around, forms its first-ever mounted unit

When she became an Orange PD officer 22 years ago, Tina Dunneback told herself if the agency ever were to form its own Mounted Unit, the longtime horse lover would be the first to sign up. Dunneback...

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La Habra PD carries the torch for some special athletes

“Awesome!” “Fun!” “Excited!” The descriptors were used over and over by celebrated Special Olympians when asked how it felt to join La Habra Police Department personnel on June 2 for...

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Retired Garden Grove PD sergeant honored with ‘Quilt of Valor’ for his military service

The Vietnam veteran and legendary Garden Grove PD sergeant got choked up. On a recent weeknight, he was expecting to go out to dinner with his wife. Instead, Randy Tucker was greeted with a roomful...

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