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Law Enforcement

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  • Marines attacked as Dodgers-Angels fans brawl in H.B.

    Three Marines who were attacked and stabbed during a downtown Huntington Beach street fight between Dodgers and Angels baseball fans were recovering Monday as police tried to piece together what triggered the violence. Six people were arrested Sunday...
  • 'America's Most Wanted' fugitive from H.B. arrested in Colorado

     'America's Most Wanted' fugitive from H.B. arrested in Colorado
    Authorities in Colorado caught a Huntington Beach man who had been on the run from local police for about four years, according to authorities. Grand Junction, Colo., police arrested Luke Austin Artinger, 23, in October on suspicion of drug trafficking,...
  • Fountain Valley to extend anti-scavenging law to public places

    A new law in Fountain Valley that aims to clean up parks and other public spaces by cutting down on scavenging is closer to adoption. The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance amending the city's scavenging law....
  • Sea lion is rescued by Huntington Beach police, then dies

    It was late Friday night when Huntington Beach Police received the distress call: A sea lion was tangled in a fishing line that was threatening to choke it to death. For hours, Lt. Mitch O'Brien frantically phoned animal control and rescue groups. As...
  • Huntington Beach crash kills one, injures two; DUI suspected

    A 21-year-old suspected drunk driver was killed and two passengers were injured in Huntington Beach on Friday night when the driver lost control of his speeding vehicle and crashed into a tree, authorities said. The incident occurred about 8 p.m. at the...
  • U.S. Open crowd problems better, worse, just shifting around, residents say

    Huntington Beach officials and promoters of the U.S. Open of Surfing vowed to downtown residents that they would tone down the event this year and increase safety. Five days into the city's biggest annual surfing competition, many residents told...
  • Police: Man might have killed himself at Dog Beach

    Huntington Beach police believe a man might have committed suicide in the Dog Beach parking lot Tuesday morning. Authorities released few details about the incident but said a parking officer found the man shortly after 9 a.m. in a vehicle parked...
  • Who'll be Mr. Surf City? Pageant contestants are seeking donations and attention

    Who'll be Mr. Surf City?  Pageant contestants are seeking donations and attention
    Let the primping, posturing and prepping begin. Seven men from Huntington Beach will vie for the title of Mr. Surf City 2014 in the pageant's inaugural year. The candidates include an avid hunter, an actor and a retired police sergeant. The...
  • Man found dead on Seal Beach jetty identified

    A man found dead on a Seal Beach jetty last week has been identified as 60-year-old Artesia resident Edward Manual Garcia, authorities confirmed Monday. Although police initially thought Garcia's death was suspicious, they now believe it was accidental,...
  • Officials confident scaled-down U.S. Open will be violence-free

    Officials confident scaled-down U.S. Open will be violence-free
    Huntington Beach police, city officials and event organizers have expressed confidence that their preparations will prevent a repeat of the civil disturbances that followed last year's U.S. Open of Surfing. For the past several months, IMG Action...
  • Commentary: We're preparing for a safe U.S. Open

    In a few days, we'll celebrate the 20th anniversary of the U.S. Open of Surfing and honor the 100 years of our city's heritage as a surfing destination. It's a marquee event that attracts visitors and media attention from around the world. It's yet...
  • Woman in Amber Alert case awaiting extradition

    Woman in Amber Alert case awaiting extradition
    A Huntington Beach resident who allegedly took her granddaughter without the mother's permission is awaiting extradition to California. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Arizona is in custody of Carolyn Ferguson, 57, who is being charged by...