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  • Keying could be third strike

    A Huntington Beach man could face 25 years to life in prison for allegedly keying a neighbor's car if an Orange County Superior Court judge decides to count it as his third strike, officials said. John Patrick Rogers, 45, is expected to be charged with...
  • Keyed car could be strike 3

    A Huntington Beach man could face 25 years to life in prison for allegedly keying a neighbor's car if an Orange County Superior Court judge counts the act as the defendant's third strike, officials said. John Patrick Rogers, 45, is expected to be charged...
  • Former officer faces more than 60 charges

    A Fountain Valley man and former police officer is expected to be arraigned July 7 for more than 60 charges related to defrauding clients of his unlicensed private investigation business and soliciting women online to have sex with his dog. His original...
  • 5,335 adults booked into jail last year

    The Huntington Beach Police Department booked 5,335 adults into jail last year, 76% of them men, according to a report. The Police Department released its annual jail statistics for July 1, 2009, to June 30, 2010, for adults booked into the Huntington...
  • Civilian tip leads to arrest

    Civilian tip leads to arrest
    A Huntington Beach man arrested by Irvine police on suspicion of having stolen property pleaded not guilty to five felonies and a misdemeanor this week. Irvine police credited a resident tip and increased patrols to the June 6 arrest of Brian Ryan, 37....
  • Bill could increase sentence for hit-and-run convictions

    Bill could increase sentence for hit-and-run convictions
    Hit-and-run drivers convicted of vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence could face up to five more years behind bars if a bill proposed by Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) makes it through the Legislature. Assembly Bill 956, which was...