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  • Possible fifth victim comes forward in exposure case

    A fifth potential victim has come forward in the case of a man who allegedly exposed himself to an adult and four minors while they were on their way to schools in Fountain Valley and Santa Ana. John Rodriguez, 20, of Santa Ana is charged with one felony...
  • Man charged with exposing himself to students

    The Orange County district attorney's office is seeking the public's assistance in identifying potential victims of a man who allegedly exposed himself to an adult and three minors while on their way to school in Fountain Valley and Santa Ana. John...
  • Man pleads guilty to exposure

    A man pleaded guilty Tuesday to exposing his penis to five teenage girls, including some in Fountain Valley, as they walked to school. John Rodriguez, 20, of Santa Ana had previously pleaded not guilty, but he changed his plea Tuesday, according to...
  • Former teacher may face extra year in prison

    A former middle school teacher charged with having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy may face an additional year in prison after being arrested again last week. Gay Davidson-Shepard, who retired this spring from Mesa View Middle School, was...
  • 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...