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  • City seeks payment cap in girl's death

    An insurance company representing Huntington Beach is asking to cap the city's liability to $26,100 in the death of an 11-year-old Junior Lifeguard, city officials said. Navigator's Insurance filed a petition Friday to limit the city's liability to $26,...
  • Trial starts in police stalking, threats case

    A trial began Tuesday for a Huntington Beach man accused of threatening and stalking a police detective. Brian Dopler, 27, is charged with felony criminal threats and stalking of a Huntington Beach Police Department detective between Jan. 8 and Feb....
  • Protecting our children

    Protecting our children
    Karen Shaw remembers the day 12-year-old Robin Samsoe went missing in 1979. More than 30 years later, the Huntington Beach resident is working to make sure her own 12-year-old daughter isn't abducted and killed, as Robin was. Shaw is spearheading a...
  • In the Pipeline: Closure on a cold case

    Standing outside the door where Elizabeth Mae Hoffschneider was killed in 1984 is chilling. It looks like any other well-kept apartment complex. But the horror of what took place here makes it very different. About a year and a half ago, I started this...
  • Police chief's daughter arrested on suspicion of assault

    The Huntington Beach police chief's daughter is being held on $50,000 bail for allegedly stabbing her husband Monday morning during a dispute in Midway City. Jennifer Sue Small, 31, was arrested in a hotel on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and...
  • 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...
  • Marina High School principals wounded in DUI crash, prosecutors say

    A Canyon Lake man accused of injuring two Marina High School educators in an alleged drunken car crash is expected to be arraigned Friday morning, officials said. Thomas Lance Reed, 23, faces charges of felony driving under the influence causing bodily...
  • Woman accused of kidnapping daughter

    A Huntington Beach woman accused of kidnapping her 4-year-old daughter from a Newport Beach restaurant is expected to be arraigned Wednesday morning. Angela Marie Aiton, 34, will be charged with felony child stealing and a sentencing enhancement for a...
  • Marina principals injured in alleged hit-and-run crash

    Marina principals injured in alleged hit-and-run crash
    A Canyon Lake man pleaded not guilty Friday to injuring two Marina High School principals in an alleged drunken car crash. Thomas Lance Reed, 23, faces charges of felony driving under the influence causing bodily injury, driving with a blood-alcohol...
  • Chief's daughter pleads not guilty

    The daughter of the Huntington Beach police chief pleaded not guilty May 26 to stabbing her husband in the chest during a domestic dispute. Midway City resident Jennifer Sue Small, 31, was charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon and felony...
  • 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...
  • Woman denies kidnapping daughter

    A Huntington Beach woman pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to kidnapping her 4-year-old daughter from a Newport Beach restaurant, prosecutors said. Angela Marie Aiton, 34, is charged with felony child stealing and a sentencing enhancement for a...