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City Council – Aug 04, 2015

Published on August 4, 2015 by in News

The agenda for City Council dated Tuesday, 04 August 2015 has been archived. Access it here:
http://anaheim.granicus.com/AgendaViewer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=1511

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Workshop: Parking Permits – Aug 04, 2015

Published on August 4, 2015 by in News

The agenda for Workshop: Parking Permits dated Tuesday, 04 August 2015 has been archived. Access it here:
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Workshop: Parking Permits – Aug 04, 2015

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City Council – Aug 04, 2015

Published on August 4, 2015 by in News

The agenda for City Council dated Tuesday, 04 August 2015 has been published. Access it here:
http://anaheim.granicus.com/AgendaViewer.php?view_id=2&event_id=588

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At-risk Anaheim girls participate in Girls Day

Anaheim G.R.I.P. Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership Girls Club members

AT-RISK GIRLS GET A ‘G.R.I.P.’ DURING LIFE-CHANGING ‘GIRLS DAY INCENTIVE’

Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership Gave 20 Stand-Out ‘Girls Club’ Members An All-Day, Year-End Incentive Event

Anaheim, Calif. (July 29, 2015) – Community Service Programs (CSP), a nonprofit organization committed to providing high-quality counseling and support services to struggling OC children and families at their greatest time of need, came together with local partners on Thursday, July 23 to give young, at-risk girls a ‘G.R.I.P.’ (Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership) incentive for an all-day, enriching event, the Anaheim G.R.I.P. ‘Girls Club’ Girls Day Incentive. Developed by Anaheim G.R.I.P. members, 20 specially invited Girls Club members from Anaheim-based schools including South Junior High, Sycamore Junior High, Ball Junior High, and Orangeview Junior High, participated in a day of pampering. The event took them from Sephora at South Coast Plaza for makeovers to the Anaheim Hills Golf Course for a fancy lunch, inclusive of a three course meal, which included a garden salad, their choice of main course of chicken, filet mignon, or salmon, and dessert. Read more…

 
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Beware of phone scam seeking donations for the Anaheim Public Library

Anaheim Police Scam Alert

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media contact: Ruth Ruiz, (714) 765-5060 office, (714) 420-7797 mobile

Advisory — Phone Scam Seeking Donations for Anaheim Public Library

ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 1, 2015) Recently, there have been multiple incidents reported of solicitation calls fraudulently seeking donations on behalf of the City of Anaheim Public Library. Please be advised the City of Anaheim Public Library is NOT soliciting phone donations. Read more…

 
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Anaheim man among five men convicted of trying to hook up with prostitutes

Published on August 1, 2015 by in Anaheim, Crime, News, OCDA, Police

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ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY PRESS RELEASE

Date: July 31, 2015

FIVE MEN CONVICTED OF AGREEING TO ENGAGE IN PROSTITUTION

SANTA ANA, Calif. – The Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) convicted five men in July 2015 of agreeing to engage in prostitution. The defendants in these cases approached a woman whom they believed to be a prostitute in areas known for prostitution and human trafficking in Orange County. Each of the defendants below agreed to engage in commercial sex with a woman and were subsequently arrested by law enforcement.

Defendants:

  • Dean Gilbert Chance, 52, Huntington Beach. Pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution with a prior conviction for one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution in 2012. Accepted a court offer of 45 days in jail, three years of informal probation, and must submit to AIDS testing and education.
  • Kianoush Moghtaderzadeh Hosseini, 41, Irvine. Was convicted by a jury of one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution. Sentencing scheduled for Aug. 10, 2015.
  • Saul Rivera Mendoza, 33, Anaheim. Pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution. Ten days of CalTrans in lieu of jail, three years of informal probation, must submit to AIDS testing and education, and must provide a DNA sample.
  • Derick Paul Penner, 32, Garden Grove. Pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution. Accepted a court offer of ten days of voluntary community service in lieu of jail, three years of informal probation, and must submit to AIDS testing and education.
  • Damian Santos Zamudio, 38, Santa Ana. Pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution. Thirty days of CalTrans in lieu of jail, three years of informal probation, must submit to AIDS testing and education, and must provide a DNA sample.

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OCDA employee among three people charged with stealing over $100K from an elderly woman

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ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY PRESS RELEASE

Case # 15WF1626

Date: July 31, 2015

HUSBAND, WIFE, AND NOTARY PUBLIC CHARGED WITH STEALING OVER $100,000 FROM ELDERLY WOMAN

*Notary public is an Orange County District Attorney employee

WESTMINSTER, Calif. – A husband and wife have been charged with stealing over $100,000 from an elderly woman with the assistance of a notary public. Christina Espinosa Aldana, 32, Thalia Lugo-Lainez 37, both of Garden Grove, and Willmar Lainez, 44, Anaheim, are each charged with three felony counts of filing a false document and three felony counts of forgery with sentencing enhancement allegations for aggravated white collar crime over $100,000, property loss over $65,000 and theft over $100,000. Lugo-Lainez and Lainez are also charged with two felony counts each of grand theft, two felony counts of theft from an elder, and two felony counts of identity theft. Aldana is also charged with three felony counts of perjury by declaration. If convicted, Lugo-Lainez and Lainez face a maximum sentence of 11 years and four months in state prison, and Aldana faces a maximum sentence of nine years and four months in state prison.

Aldana is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, at 8:30 a.m. in Department W-12, West Justice Center, Westminster. Lainez is scheduled to be arraigned on Aug. 5, 2015, at 8:30 a.m. in Department W-12. Lugo-Lainez remains a fugitive. Read more…

 
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Man sentenced to six years in prison for using Facebook to recruit prostitutes

Published on August 1, 2015 by in Anaheim, Crime, News, OCDA, Police

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ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY PRESS RELEASE

Date: July 31, 2015

Case # 15NF1568/15NF0478

MAN SENTENCED TO SIX YEARS IN PRISON FOR USING FACEBOOK TO RECRUIT EIGHT WOMEN TO WORK AS COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS

SANTA ANA, Calif. – A man was sentenced today to six years in state prison for using Facebook to recruit eight women, who were 18 to 27 years old, to work for him as commercial sex workers. Allen Kahrion Jackson, 22, Stockton, pleaded guilty to six felony counts of pandering by procuring and two felony counts of pandering as inmate in a house of prostitution.

Circumstances of the Case

Jackson is a human trafficker/pimp who exploits women and/or children for financial gain. With the rise in popularity of social media and ease of meeting people on the Internet, many pimps and human traffickers utilize a variety of social media to locate potential victims. Pimps often establish rigid rules that their victims are expected to follow. The victims are required to turn over all payment they receive for sex acts from sex purchasers to their pimp. Read more…

 
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Truck driver to face trial for hit and run death of a bicyclist who was dragged through the street

Santa Ana Hit and Run Accident

ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY PRESS RELEASE

Case # 14NF0063

Date: July 31, 2015

TRUCK DRIVER TO FACE TRIAL FOR KILLING BICYCLIST IN HIT-AND-RUN CRASH AFTER DRAGGING VICTIM THROUGH THE STREET

SANTA ANA, Calif. – A truck driver is scheduled to face trial Monday for killing a bicyclist in a hit-and-run crash after dragging the victim through the street. Filemon Reynaga, 49, Sylmar, is charged with one felony count of hit and run causing death and one misdemeanor count of vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of four years in state prison. Opening statements are scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, at 9:15 a.m. in Department C-40, Central Justice Center, Santa Ana.

At approximately 5:35 a.m. on Oct. 30, 2013, Reynaga is accused of driving a semi-trailer truck with an attached trailer out of a driveway on Missile Way onto Orangethorpe Avenue in Anaheim. He is accused of hitting 19-year-old bicyclist Morales Rodriguez and dragging him, along with his bicycle, onto Orangethorpe Avenue and driving away from the scene without rendering aid to the victim or contacting police. Read more…

 
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