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  • Police seek Irvine bank robber

    Police are trying to identify a man who robbed a bank branch inside an Irvine grocery store last week. Around 7 p.m. Wednesday, the suspect walked into a U.S. Bank in a Ralphs in the 5300 block of Alton Parkway, police said in a news release. While...
  • Mailbag: Councilman went the wrong way on police, library and fire station

    In April, I asked the Orange County district attorney and California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) to investigate campaign finance issues surrounding Newport Beach Councilman Scott Peotter ("Newport Councilman Peotter says he returned Woody's...
  • 8 would-be drivers cited outside courthouse after their licenses were suspended

    Orange County sheriff's deputies waiting in disguise outside the Newport Beach courthouse cited eight people who got in their cars to drive despite having suspended licenses after being convicted of driving under the influence, the Sheriff's Department...
  • Trial to begin Monday for man accused of sexually abusing boys

    Trial to begin Monday for man accused of sexually abusing boys
    The trial for a former church volunteer accused of sexually abusing young boys will begin Monday with jury selection, an Orange County prosecutor said Wednesday. It was unclear until this week whether the trial would be delayed while the district...
  • Costa Mesa council puts off vote on anniversary party audit

    The Costa Mesa City Council did not vote on a forensic audit into the troubled 60th anniversary party Tuesday night as expected, but council members say the matter will come up again for review. Councilwoman Katrina Foley asked during an April council...
  • Burglary plea entered in home invasion death case

    A man accused of dumping the body of his stepbrother, killed during a violent confrontation with a Costa Mesa resident in a home invasion gone bad, pleaded guilty Thursday to first-degree burglary. Jacob Anthonisen, a 40-year-old Los Angeles-area...
  • Flier targeting blacks disturbs Irvine apartment complex's residents

    Flier targeting blacks disturbs Irvine apartment complex's residents
    The Irvine Police Department is looking into a report of a racially-charged flier left in an elevator of Toscana Apartments, a residential complex near the UC Irvine campus. The flier addresses noise levels within the complex and includes a bolded...
  • Removal of tree with protected birds' nests draws investigation

    Removal of tree with protected birds' nests draws investigation
    Local and state authorities are investigating a contractor that residents say tore down a tree full of legally protected birds Thursday afternoon in a Newport Beach neighborhood. Neighbors in Balboa Peninsula Point said they stood on the sidewalk...
  • D.A.'s office: No charges in Costa Mesa's anniversary celebration

    The Orange County district attorney will not file charges related to Costa Mesa's 60th anniversary celebration, according to a letter sent to the police department Wednesday. The district attorney's office reviewed the investigative reports submitted by...
  • Trial awaits man accused of sexually abusing boys

    Trial awaits man accused of sexually abusing boys
    Newport Beach police feared a shootout in 2012 when they moved in to arrest a church volunteer they suspected of raping and molesting seven boys for more than a decade. Christopher McKenzie kept heavy-duty off-roading tires on his second-floor patio...
  • Rearview Mirror: O.C. Week in Review

    Sunday, 05.24.15 Turning sewage into drinking water gains appeal It's a technology with the potential to ease California's colossal thirst and insulate millions from the parched whims of Mother Nature, experts say. But there's just one problem —...
  • Newport man charged in $13.5 million Ponzi case

    A Newport Beach man is facing 197 felony charges on allegations that he defrauded investors and banks of more than $13.5 million through a Ponzi scheme. Brandon Walton Stewart, 30, was extradited Thursday from Texas to Orange County, where he is charged...