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Five questions on immigration for Anaheim PD Chief Raul Quezada

Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada spoke with Behind the Badge OC to answer questions some Anaheim residents might have about immigration issues and local policing. Our chat with him follows...

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Probe by OC Human Trafficking Task Force leads to 17-year sentence for sex trafficker

In a case investigated by the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force (OCHTTF), a 28-year-old felon was sentenced on Friday, June 9 to 17 years in prison for pimping and trafficking a woman and...

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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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OCDA seeks victims of man who allegedly posed as cop and sexually assaulted woman

The Orange County District Attorney's Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying potential additional victims of a man who is charged with posing as a police officer and kidnapping a woman...

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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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Man convicted of sexually assaulting two women in cases handled by APD, OPD, SAPD

Investigations by the Anaheim, Orange and Santa Ana police departments led to the conviction of an Anaheim man who was found guilty of sexually assaulting two women and robbing a third in a church...

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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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Tustin PD annual dinner celebrates the agency’s dedicated volunteers

Kathy and Ray Leger are the longest-serving Tustin PD volunteers. The husband-and-wife duo have nearly 30 years of combined service. They help serve the needs of the agency and community in whatever...

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BTBuzz: LAPD officer leaves motorcycle for the dance floor

Officer Booker of the LAPD Central Traffic Division was working security at the Cuban American Music Festival in downtown L.A. over the weekend when he took the opportunity to join in the festivities...

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