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Missing a brother, remembering a hero: Lt. Ken Alexander lives on a year after his death

Editor’s note: Wyatt is a sergeant with the Anaheim PD and was a close friend of Placentia PD Lt. Kenneth Alexander, who died Nov. 9, 2014, after suffering a massive heart attack five days...

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Male in car with family shot by passing motorist; Garden Grove PD seeks witnesses

Garden Grove PD investigators are seeking witnesses to a shooting Sunday night in which a motorist shot a male in a car with his wife and child. The victim, a passenger in the car, suffered a wound...

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WPD will add enforcement, education to reduce fatal and injury traffic collisions

The Westminster Police Department will use state-issued funds to increase enforcement and education in an effort to reduce serious traffic collisions. The California Office of Traffic Safety...

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Metro Net Fire Dispatch says goodbye to a colleague whose final call came way too early

He loved his job so much that, when off duty, he rarely was out of earshot of his beloved radio scanner. The crackling of emergency calls made him always feel connected to his family at Metro Net...

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Avoid something really scary by following these Halloween tips from Anaheim F&R

Terror. Halloween fun can quickly turn to that if safety isn’t stressed on Oct. 31. So, before your youngsters hit the streets Saturday evening, keep these following safety tips in mind from...

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Diners dished up special treat at GGPD’s ‘Tip a Cop’ fundraiser for the Special Olympics

Gina Hardy spent the day at Disneyland with her kids and other relatives. The blast they had during the day unexpectedly continued during dinner at the Red Robin on Harbor Boulevard at Chapman Avenue...

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La Habra hosts community at annual Open House

A behind-the-scenes look into what the police department does and how it works is what drew hundreds to La Habra PD earlier this month for their annual Open House event. Residents were invited on...

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Meet Bravo and Riggs, Tustin PD’s four-legged crime fighters

They can clear an eight-foot wall in a single jump, sniff hidden narcotics in seconds, hear 15 times better than the average person and slobber all over their colleagues without consequence. They...

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Fullerton PD embraces community as kids, families tour station at annual open house

A woman comes across an odd scene: a man working on a car at the side of a wooded forest with a passenger passed out in the front seat. She asks if everything is OK. Yes, the man says. Suddenly, he...

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He makes history as first amputee to graduate from an O.C. Sheriff’s Department academy

When he lost his leg to cancer at age 12, it wasn’t the first thing on his mind: Will I still be able to become a cop? Since he was a kid, Robert Ram had dreamed of following in the footsteps of...

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