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Man visiting Fullerton is fourth to drown in O.C. since Saturday and fifth in last week

A 34-year-old man visiting friends who attend Cal State Fullerton drowned in a Fullerton apartment pool Monday morning --- the fifth person to drown in Orange County in less than a week, and the...

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Cold case files: Woman strangled, bound then burned in Tustin apartment complex

A list of maybes surrounds the case detectives with the Tustin Police Department have been trying to solve for nearly three decades. Maybe someone who clammed up before is ready to talk. Maybe...

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Fullerton City Council honors retiring K9 Blitz, who excelled during 7 years of service

The excited yips and yaps came from the back of the council chambers. “It sounds like it’s time for our first presentation,” Fullerton Mayor Greg Sebourn said. Fullerton Police Chief Dan...

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Fullerton PD joins national campaign to crack down on drunk drivers through Labor Day

Motorists in Fullerton who choose to break the law by driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs stand a better chance of being caught through Labor Day. The Fullerton PD, from Aug. 21 through...

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La Habra officer and K9 honored for apprehending robbery felon

A La Habra officer and his K9 partner were honored recently for their work arresting a convicted felon who led police on a foot pursuit and search in a local neighborhood. On Friday, July 31,...

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Westminster PD launches intensive campaign to target drunken drivers

Westminster police will launch a targeted effort to find and arrest intoxicated drivers as part of an 18-day national crackdown on drunken driving. Officers from Aug. 21 through Sept. 7 will be...

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Bittersweet day as Anaheim PD loses officer, welcomes new ones, promotes others

The Anaheim PD held an emotional ceremony on Wed., Aug. 12, for four officers who recently were promoted and for three who just joined the APD from other law enforcement agencies. One officer in...

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Task force on human trafficking, led by APD, reports on efforts to stamp out ‘slave owners’

The victims, some as young as 12 and overwhelmingly female, are given quotas that can translate to servicing 20 clients a day. In gated communities, beachfront properties, seedy motel rooms –...

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At 44, she took leave from Anaheim PD to raise twin girls and run a CrossFit gym with husband

Undercover prostitute, hostage negotiator, Beach Boulevard patrol cop. In her more than two decades as an Anaheim police officer, Alisha Halczyn has seen a lot of action. Now, at 44, she’s...

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La Habra police donate unclaimed bicycles to local youth

Children looked up from their games of pool and foosball to watch 13 bikes get wheeled in to the La Habra Boys & Girls Club. Wide eyes gave way to wide smiles as the property technicians from...

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