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Law Enforcement

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  • Around Town: Irvine police dedicate officer to O.C. Human Trafficking Task Force

    Around Town: Irvine police dedicate officer to O.C. Human Trafficking Task Force
    The Irvine Police Department will have one officer dedicated to the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force as part of its partnership with the group, according to an announcement Wednesday. The Orange County district attorney's office, Community...
  • Irvine academy gives teens a peek at police work

    Irvine academy gives teens a peek at police work
    A group of teenagers got a behind-the-scenes look at law enforcement this week as part of the Irvine Police Department's first Teen Community Police Academy. The department started the program this year to give local teens a chance to see another side...
  • D.A. seeks additional victims of check bouncer

    The Orange County District Attorney's Office is seeking additional victims of a Newport Beach man who allegedly wrote more than $100,000 in bad checks for dental work, a luxury car and a home lease in 2014. Richard Scott Bloustine, 49, has been...
  • Rearview Mirror: OC Week in Review

    Sunday (07.19.15) Irvine will declare "In God We Trust" Following the lead of several cities in Orange County, and hundreds around the country, Irvine will display the national motto "In God We Trust" in a yet-to-be-determined area of City Hall. In...
  • Newport man charged with kidnapping neighbor with intent to rape her

    A Newport Beach man is accused of breaking into a neighbor's home and kidnapping her with the intent of raping her. Nicholas Michael Papson, 25, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of aggravated assault, burglary, resisting a police officer, kidnapping...
  • Man found nude on Costa Mesa porch is charged in string of recent crimes

    Man found nude on Costa Mesa porch is charged in string of recent crimes
    A convicted sex offender who was arrested Thursday after residents said they found him naked on a Costa Mesa porch faces three felony and 14 misdemeanor counts in connection with acts he is alleged to have committed in the past two months, according to...
  • Bomb squad finds no explosives in package outside Costa Mesa police substation

    A bomb squad responded to a report of a suspicious package outside a Costa Mesa police substation Sunday morning but quickly determined there were no explosives inside, authorities said. Officers noticed the item, with a note attached, at about 8 a.m....
  • Chase, standoff end with arrest of Irvine man suspected of threatening wife

    A police chase and standoff over the weekend began when an Irvine man threatened his estranged wife and then fled from officers when they tried to speak with him, Tustin police officials said. Officers drove to 46-year-old Daniel Hall Taylor's home...
  • Rearview Mirror: OC's Week in Review

    Rearview Mirror: OC's Week in Review
    Sunday, 4.26.15 Corinthian College announces closure After years of government investigations, Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc. announced that it will shut down more than two dozen of its remaining schools, displacing more than 10,000...
  • Rearview Mirror: O.C. Week in Review

    Sunday, 05.17.15 Loretta Sanchez issues an apology U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez apologized for making a stereotypical Native American "war cry" gesture that disrupted the opening phase of her campaign. In remarks to hundreds of delegates at...
  • Costa Mesa picks department veteran to be its new police chief

    Costa Mesa picks department veteran to be its new police chief
    A 22-year veteran and current captain in the Costa Mesa Police Department will take over as its next chief, city officials announced Wednesday. Rob Sharpnack, who briefly led the department after former Chief Tom Gazsi's retirement in late November,...
  • Defense in double-murder case plans to take fight to remove judge to state Supreme Court

    Defense in double-murder case plans to take fight to remove judge to state Supreme Court
    The lawyer for a Costa Mesa man accused of double murder said Friday that he will petition the California Supreme Court to consider his attempt to bar an Orange County judge from overseeing the trial. A day earlier, a three-judge panel of California's...