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Orange County Superior Court

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  • Seniors make a showing at council meeting

    A handful of Huntington Beach residents told council members Monday that they're fed up of waiting for a new senior center. The proposed facility at Huntington Central Park that was approved in 2006 and planned to be complete in 2009 has yet to break...
  • Police: Man brandished knife, took lottery tickets

    A Huntington Beach man was arrested Friday on suspicion of brandishing a knife at a gas station employee and stealing lottery tickets, according to police. About 8:20 p.m., Antonio Padilla, 25, allegedly jumped the counter of the Chevron at Goldenwest...
  • Fire pit burn case may be settled

    A lawsuit filed against the city of Huntington Beach by a family whose child was burned after he fell into a fire pit two years ago may have been settled, according to the Orange County Superior Court. A hearing is to take place on Aug. 26, when the...
  • Police say woman possessed many stolen checks and ID

    Police say woman possessed many stolen checks and ID
    A Huntington Beach woman was arrested and booked into the city jail Monday on various charges, including suspicion of burglary, fraud and possession of stolen property, according Huntington Beach Police. Krystal Rae Smith, 26, was also booked on...
  • Man pleads not guilty in death of motorcycle passenger

    A Huntington Beach man pleaded not guilty Monday to vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and two other charges in the death of a woman who was riding on the back of her boyfriend’s motorcycle, according to Orange County Superior Court records....
  • Former officer's pretrial hearing canceled

    A pretrial hearing was canceled Friday for former Huntington Beach Police Officer James Roberts, who is charged with 20 felonies including raping his ex-wife, sodomy, false imprisonment, stalking and assault. Clerk Laura Hoyle at Orange County Superior...
  • Sunset annexation hearing postponed

    The pending annexation of Sunset Beach has taken another step back, as a court hearing scheduled for Wednesday was postponed. Attorneys for Huntington Beach, the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission and the Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach...
  • Parent challenges candidate statement

    A parent in the Ocean View School District has legally challenged the candidate statement of incumbent Trustee John Briscoe, who accused the district of declining test scores, illegal secret meetings and more in his filing with the Orange County Registrar...
  • Mailbag: Numbers support trustee's statement

    I am writing in response to your article "Parent challenges candidate statement" (Aug. 26). The lawsuit was filed against our Orange County Registrar of Voters that fully approved my statement. The suit itself made many far-out claims; none were...
  • Woman pleads not guilty to DUI

    Two bicyclists are in critical condition after being hit Saturday in Huntington Beach by a 24-year-old Buena Park woman allegedly drinking peach-flavored vodka while driving, officials said. The bicyclists, two adult males, are in critical condition at a...
  • Former officer's ex-girlfriend sues city

    The ex-girlfriend of a former Huntington Beach police officer claims in a lawsuit that police officials ignored and covered up allegations that he raped, sodomized and abused her, allowing the mistreatment to continue. Aileen Mignosa, 27, claims in a...
  • City to pay $650,000 in legal expenses

    An Orange County Superior Court judge has ordered Huntington Beach to pay almost $650,000 in attorney's fees to the group that successfully challenged the city's decision to build a new senior center in Huntington Central Park. Judge David C. Velasquez...