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  • Bicyclist dies after being hit by car in Fountain Valley

    Bicyclist dies after being hit by car in Fountain Valley
    A Westminster man died Monday, two days after being hit by a vehicle in Fountain Valley, officials said. Vinh Tran, 36, died at a hospital of traumatic injuries suffered when he was rear-ended by a Jeep while riding his bicycle, Fountain Valley police...
  • Burglar breaks into Huntington medical offices

    Burglar breaks into Huntington medical offices
    Huntington Beach police are looking for a man who burglarized several medical offices at Hoag Medical Center this month. The man forced his way into the building at 19582 Beach Blvd. at about 12:25 a.m. Dec. 6, police said. The suspect, who was seen...
  • Man who used stolen credit card sought

    Man who used stolen credit card sought
    Huntington Beach police are looking for a man who used a stolen credit card to make purchases. A resident of the 19000 block of Redford Lane reported Dec. 9 that the resident's vehicle had been broken into and a credit card was stolen, police said....
  • LAPD officer pleads not guilty to lewd conduct in H.B.

    A Los Angeles Police Department officer from Huntington Beach pleaded not guilty to charges of indecent exposure and attempting a lewd act on a child, among other allegations, during his arraignment Monday in Orange County Superior Court. Ryan Eric...
  • Murder defendant pleads not guilty in fatal Huntington Beach stabbing

    A Santa Ana man charged with murder in the stabbing death of a Huntington Beach resident pleaded not guilty Monday in Orange County Superior Court. Rito Samuel Tejeda, 23, also denied using a deadly weapon, a possible sentencing enhancement. A trial-...
  • Meth suspect arrested after running naked in Huntington Beach

    Huntington Beach police Tuesday arrested a Santa Ana man who was found running naked on the streets, reportedly after taking methamphetamine. Israel Cortez, 26, was booked into Huntington Beach City Jail on suspicion of being under the influence of a...
  • Pedestrian dies after she's hit by SUV in Huntington Beach

    A 62-year-old pedestrian died after a car struck her late Saturday on Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach, police said. Cheryl Pierce was hit by a 1998 Dodge Durango as it headed south on Beach just south of Talbert Avenue at about 11 p.m.,...
  • Huntington woman arrested in Iowa DUI, drug case

    Authorities in Iowa arrested a Huntington Beach woman Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. Terry Tiedeman, 47, also is suspected of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of a court...
  • Father, son face charges in sales of counterfeit electronics in Fountain Valley

    A Westminster man and his son are scheduled to be arraigned Friday on charges of selling counterfeit electronic devices valued at about $3 million from a business in Fountain Valley. Rateb Said Najjar, 60, and Eyad Rateb Najjar, 36, are charged with...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Police use of force requires quick choice among many options

    Fifth in a series. Whether talking about the Rodney King beating, the Kelly Thomas beating or the Michael Brown shooting, one might ask, "How much force is too much?" Huntington Beach police Lt. John Domingo said he couldn't speak to why officers in...
  • Package thieves strike homes in Huntington Beach

    Package thieves strike homes in Huntington Beach
    Huntington Beach police are looking for people who have been stealing packages from the doorsteps of homes. One man was seen on surveillance video taking packages from homes on Edinger Avenue and Potomac Lane less than a half-hour after UPS deliveries...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Guns, knives and second chances — my night as a 'policeman'

    Reporter's Notebook: Guns, knives and second chances — my night as a 'policeman'
    Sixth in a series.  It was the session that my classmates and I in the Huntington Beach Citizens Academy had been looking forward to the most. We knew that in the eighth week of the program, we would get to act like police officers for a night. During...