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Garden Grove officers, firefighters pitch in to tidy up neighborhood at community gathering

Hot dogs, cookies and community engagement. Those were some of the key ingredients behind a successful neighborhood cleanup May 30 led by the Garden Grove PD and Fire Department but including...

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Peer support helps La Habra officer through son’s deployment

“I’m going to a country that starts with an ‘I’,” the 22-year-old told his father. Dennis Coyle felt sick. And scared. “He was stationed in Kuwait so I knew he didn’t mean...

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WPD investigation turns out carjacking arrest

A 41-year-old man who held a knife to a woman’s throat to steal her car was arrested Thursday by Westminster police. Police on May 20 investigated a carjacking outside the Saigon City Supermarket...

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Garden Grove PD announces arrest of suspect in fatal stabbing of man, 19

The Garden Grove PD on Monday announced the arrest of a suspect in the fatal stabbing of a 19-year-old man found bleeding to death in a street near an apartment complex May 19. Forensic evidence led...

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Police Week evokes both proud and somber images

Editor's Note: Recently, Anaheim Police Officer Daron Wyatt took part in the National Police Week festivities in Washington D.C. He shared his experience and the many photos he captured with Behind...

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Westminster PD to hold DUI checkpoint this weekend

Westminster Police this weekend will hold a DUI checkpoint in an effort to deter drunken drivers and educate the public about the dangers of drinking and getting behind the wheel. Officers will be...

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Tustin PD thanks volunteers for thousands of hours in service

Three days a week, Rich Ruedas is at Tustin PD before the sun comes up. That’s when the black-and-whites are there, he says. It is Ruedas’ job to tend to the patrol cars and make sure they are...

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Retired Fullerton police officer walks for a cause, and the reason is her late husband, ‘Mac’

She joked he had ulterior motives for wanting to marry her. “I told him he married me just so he could coach little league,” Karen MacDonald said during a recent conversation at Coco’s in...

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Down on the range with two sharpshooting firefighters --- yes, you read that right

Who were those masked men, anyway? OK, they weren’t wearing masks -- but safety goggles. But they sure were sharpshooters. “You’re perfect,” Garden Grove Police Sgt. Rich Burillo told one of...

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Rolling Hills elementary ends successful Team Kids Challenge with a carnival

Four weeks of students competing against each other in such activities as collecting food and clothing culminated May 21 with a carnival, marking a successful end to the first-ever Team Kids...

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