The Orange Police pursued two suspects who fled from the scene in a car. They led the police on a pursuit that ended in Anaheim. Continue reading
Case # 13CF3891
Date: March 15, 2018
SANTA ANA, Calif. – A man was sentenced to 56 years and eight months in state prison today for sexually assaulting two women and kidnapping and robbing a third in mall, fast food, and church parking lots.
Defendant: Raymond Martin Boykin, 22, Anaheim
Found guilty by a jury on June 8, 2017, of the following felony counts: Continue reading
Chairman’s Homelessness Update: After Clearing the Riverbed, Orange County Invests in Long-Term Solutions for Homelessness
Santa Ana, Calif. (March 2, 2018) – Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairman Andrew Do provides the sixth edition of his weekly update on the continuous and consistent progress in addressing homelessness.
SANTA ANA RIVERBED: BEFORE AND AFTER
The County delivered on its promise to motel-shelter all those living on the riverbed. Here is an aerial view of the riverbed before and after sheltering over 700 homeless individuals: Continue reading
ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY NEWS RELEASE
Case # 13CF3891
Date: May 23, 2017
SANTA ANA, Calif. – A man is scheduled to face trial tomorrow for sexually assaulting three women in mall, fast food, and church parking lots.
Defendant: Raymond Martin Boykin, 21, Anaheim
Felony Charges: Continue reading
Unity Middle College High School will open in the Fall of 2017 at 1310 East Lincoln Ave., in Orange, with 100 9th and 10th grade students. They are offering free college courses for all their students. Unity Middle College High School students will graduate with a High School diploma and college courses that may include an AA degree. They are currently accepting intent to enroll forms online. Continue reading
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST EVENT/JANUARY 27, 8 am-10 am
Short Term Rentals: Are they compatible with residential communities? Are efforts to limit them an affront to property rights?
Internet-based STR companies such as Airbnb have built a burgeoning industry connecting homeowners with vacationers, who rent out rooms or entire houses for short-term stays. It’s a fascinating example of the New Economy, but this new business model has run up against stiffer opposition than expected.
These room-sharing operations have been very popular with tourists and those who rent out their properties. But the main obstacle to their growth has been residents in neighborhoods where STRs are commonplace, especially in beach and tourist areas in Southern California. Continue reading
For Immediate Release: August 7, 2015
Contact: Deanne Thompson, email@example.com, 714-834-2178
ORANGE COUNTY REPORTS FIRST HUMAN WEST NILE VIRUS CASE OF 2015
(Santa Ana) – A 51 year-old resident of the city of Orange tested positive this week for West Nile Virus (WNV) infection, becoming the County’s first human WNV infection in 2015. This is the 19th human case of WNV reported in California this year. The man experienced symptoms during the third week of July and has completely recovered.
In 2014, Orange County reported the highest number of human infections of West Nile virus in the nation with 280, including nine deaths. OCMVCD uses more than 10 years of sampling data collected during routine monitoring and testing of mosquitoes, dead birds, and human infections to determine areas of greater risk throughout the county. Continue reading
Anaheim Police Department
Raul Quezada, Chief of Police
PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 4, 2015
Released by: Lt. Eric Trapp, Contact: (714) 497-5305
Subject: **UPDATE** Officer Involved Shooting: 200 Block E. Lincoln Avenue, City of Orange
On April 4, 2015, at approximately 7:45 A.M., Anaheim Police Officers received information that a woman who was sought on an arrest warrant the previous day by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) was at her residence in the 2800 block of E. Lincoln Avenue. Officers observed the female, later identified as Mayra Frausto (9/29/90), and a male identified as Paul Anthony Anderson (6/28/1983), get into a Toyota Prius which was driven from the area by a third individual. Anaheim Police Officers initiated an enforcement stop in the area of Lincoln Avenue and Glassell Street in the City of Orange. After the vehicle stopped, Anderson exited the car holding a “Cobray M11” nine millimeter firearm, and an officer involved shooting occurred. The subject was pronounced deceased at the scene by paramedics; no officers were injured. Frausto was taken into custody for a $30,000 traffic warrant. Continue reading
Term-limited Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach has decided to run for the 37th State Senate District, which has been vacated by Mimi Walters, who is going to replace John Campbell in the U.S. House of Representatives, according to the Flash Report.
What this means is that Moorlach, who is well known for having predicted the Orange County bankruptcy (which was caused by a Democrat, Bob Citron, who was the OC Tax Collector-Treasurer at the time), will be facing off against State Assemblyman Don Wagner.
Wagner could have a tough time dealing with those opposed to his “openness to amnesty, as evidenced by a controversial letter that he signed addressed to members of Congress from late last year. Wagner was one of two local Assemblymen out of a total of 15 Legislators statewide who were signatories to a letter encouraging Congress to pass an amnesty bill, according to the OC Tea Party Blog. Continue reading
MEDIA ADVISORY, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Lt. Jeff Hallock, 714.904.7042, JHallock@ocsd.org
Public Safety Agencies Showcase Communications Equipment & Mobile Command Vehicles
WHAT: The California Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee will be hosting an exercise in Orange County, with Los Angeles, Riverside/San Bernardino, and San Diego counties also participating. The purpose of this exercise, called the Multi Agency Regional Radio Interoperability Training Exercise, is to test the interoperable capability of radio communications equipment inside mobile command post vehicles. It will also provide a venue for first responders and emergency management employees to view the resources available in Orange County. Continue reading