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  • H.B. teen arrested in riot investigation

    H.B. teen arrested in riot investigation
    Huntington Beach police arrested a second suspect linked to the U.S. Open of Surfing disturbance through the means of social media, according to a Huntington Beach police statement. The 15-year-old Huntington Beach boy, whose identity is not being...
  • Police tally 11 arrests in riot case

    A transient pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from his alleged participation in the Huntington Beach disturbance following the U.S. Open of Surfing, according to court officials. Eli Reuven Jackson, 20, was arrested on suspicion of...
  • Will 'safe and sane' stay legal in H.B.?

    Last year marked the first time in 25 years that residents could sell and discharge legal fireworks in Huntington Beach for the Fourth of July. But with the change came the issuance of more than a dozen citations, the confiscation of almost 200 pounds...
  • H.B. will not outsource attorney's office

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday opted not to outsource the city attorney's office. An independent attorney hired as a consultant told the council that if the city attorney were to sue the city for attempting to outsource her office, she would...
  • Police seek owners of stolen items

    Huntington Beach police are looking for the owners of stolen property recovered this month from a cargo box in Westminster. Police said many of the items have been identified as property stolen from ExtraSpace Storage at 7531 McFadden Ave. Residents...
  • Sentencing delayed for former teachers

    The sentencing for two former teachers who pleaded guilty to sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy has been postponed to Nov. 1. Daniel Shepard and his wife Gay Davidson-Shepard, both of Huntington Beach, were scheduled to be sentenced Thursday morning...
  • Additional teens arrested in skateboard assault

    Authorities arrested two additional suspects Thursday in the alleged assault on a man by a group of skateboarders, police said. There are now five suspects involved in the case. Viktor Silcock, 25, of Huntington Beach, was allegedly attacked by a...
  • Hearing for salon shooting suspect postponed

    Hearing for salon shooting suspect postponed
    SANTA ANA — A hearing for the man accused of walking into a Seal Beach salon and killing eight people, including his ex-wife, was continued Friday to Jan. 25. While Scott Dekraai's trial is still set for March 25, Judge Thomas Goethals said he...
  • Man charged with attempted murder, conspiracy

    A man charged with an attempted murder of a resident outside a Fountain Valley home went to trial Monday, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Antonio Cinco Ortega, 26, of Santa Ana is charged with one felony count of attempted...
  • Police Files

    AREA 1 Sell Circle: Misdemeanor assault was reported in the 16500 block at 8:16 a.m. Friday. The caller reported being shoved and locked in an office as he was trying to leave. Pacific Coast Highway: Battery was reported in the 16800 block at 9:40 p.m....
  • League speaks out on accused sex offender

    League speaks out on accused sex offender
    The president of the Oak View Youth Soccer League released a statement Monday underscoring that the allegations of sex abuse by a soccer referee have only a tenuous link to the organization. Anaheim resident Jorge Serafin was arrested Jan. 15 on...
  • Council amends sex offender law

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted 5-1, with Jill Hardy absent Tuesday, to amend its sex offender ordinance to allow the police chief to sign a waiver for some. The city adopted a law in December 2011, modeled after a county law passed in April...