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  • Middle school teacher accused of sexual relations with boy retires

    Gay Davidson-Shepard, the former Mesa View Middle School teacher charged with having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy, has retired from the Ocean View School District. Davidson-Shepard's retirement was effective May 28, according to district...
  • H.B. man faces trial in veteran's death

    Opening statements were scheduled to begin Wednesday in the trial of a Huntington Beach man accused of beating and causing the death of a World War II veteran during a robbery on Veterans Day in 2003, according to the Orange County district attorney's...
  • Woman sentenced for hate crime

    A white woman was sentenced to three years probation, 90 days in a residential alcohol rehabilitation and a 10-week anger management program for committing a hate crime against a Latino man in downtown Huntington Beach, according to the Orange County...
  • Charges upgraded for man accused of nightclub attack

    The charges against a Huntington Beach man who allegedly punched another man at a nightclub and caused his death were upgraded Friday to involuntary manslaughter, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Oscar Raul Medina-Perez now...
  • 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...
  • H.B. man found guilty for murder of WWII veteran

    A Huntington Beach man was found guilty Tuesday of murdering a World War II veteran during a robbery on Veterans Day in 2003, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Curtis James Hill, 29, faces life in prison without the possibility...
  • Pretrial delayed for teachers charged with sexual assault

    The pretrial for two retired teachers charged with sexually assaulting a 17-year-old boy has been postponed until January. Former Westminster High School teacher Daniel Shepard and his wife, former Mesa View Middle School teacher Gay Davidson-Shepard,...
  • Waitress pleads guilty to aiding drug sales

    The waitress accused by Huntington Beach police of selling cocaine at a downtown restaurant and bar pleaded guilty Monday to aiding in the selling of drugs. Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, was sentenced to three years of formal probation and a day in jail, the...
  • Pastor-coach pleads not guilty

    A pastor and youth soccer coach pleaded not guilty this week to charges that he possessed child pornography and molested an 8-year-old Huntington Beach girl. Christopher Raymond Olague, 39, of Westminster was arrested in October by the Huntington Beach...
  • Man pleads not guilty to hit-and-run

    A Huntington Beach man pleaded not guilty last week to charges that he drove on a suspended license and hit another driver, causing him severe brain injuries, then left the scene, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Oscar Paz, 31,...
  • Homeless man convicted of hate crime

    A white homeless Huntington Beach man was convicted Thursday of committing a hate crime against a Hispanic woman and sentenced to three years of formal probation and 180 days in county jail, according to the Orange County district attorney's office....
  • Accused stabber to be tried as adult

    Accused stabber to be tried as adult
    The teenager charged with murdering a 19-year-old man during a fight in a Huntington Beach park will be tried as an adult, the Orange County district attorney's office said Tuesday. Jesse Shockey, 16, of Garden Grove, is charged with one felony count...