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  • Police arrest man accused of multiple assaults

    Police arrest man accused of multiple assaults
    An Alaskan sex offender is being held in custody for $1-million bail after pleading not guilty to assaulting two women in Huntington Beach and pushing a pregnant woman into the street. Las Vegas resident Kenneth Anthony Huskey, 25, pleaded not guilty...
  • City Council denies cell tower permits

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday night to revoke two of T-Mobile's wireless permits to build cell towers in two city parks, one near an elementary school. The council voted 6 to 1, with Councilman Don Hansen dissenting, at a special meeting...
  • Mailbag: Numbers support trustee's statement

    I am writing in response to your article "Parent challenges candidate statement" (Aug. 26). The lawsuit was filed against our Orange County Registrar of Voters that fully approved my statement. The suit itself made many far-out claims; none were...
  • 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...
  • Man pleads not guilty to stealing lotto tickets

    A man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stealing cash and lottery tickets from a Huntington Beach gas station and fleeing police. Joseph Samuel Fotia, 20, of Anaheim, pleaded not guilty to felony second-degree burglary, unlawful taking of a vehicle,...
  • Trial set for January in Dane Williams case

    Trial set for January in Dane Williams  case
    The San Diego man accused of murdering and sexually assaulting Huntington Beach resident Dane Williams is expected to begin trial in January. Philong Huynh, 40, is expected to begin trial in San Diego Superior Court at 9 a.m. Jan. 11 for allegedly...
  • Man charged with felonies for meeting with teen

    Man charged with felonies for meeting with teen
    A 54-year-old man accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old boy pleaded not guilty Tuesday to three felony counts. Stanton resident Mark Aime Brosseau was charged with felony lewd acts upon a child, contacting a child with the intent to...
  • Man arrested in felony hate crime

    A Huntington Beach man arrested last week faces hate crime charges for allegedly yelling at a black woman and attacking her white friend. John Keihl DeLoach, 20, was charged Monday with felony hate crime battery causing injury and felony hate crime...
  • Attorney: Cops plied waitress with alcohol

    The attorney of the waitress accused of selling cocaine to undercover officers at a downtown Huntington Beach restaurant and bar said he has evidence the officers bought her drinks and got her heavily intoxicated before getting information from her....
  • Huntington man pleads guilty to Irvine fires

    A Huntington Beach man has been convicted of starting three fires at an Irvine church because he disagreed with its stance against masturbation. Izad Chavoshan, 32, pleaded guilty Tuesday to three felonies of arson, one felony of attempted arson and a...
  • Bouncers going to pretrial in alleged attack

    A pretrial hearing is scheduled for two former Hurricanes Bar & Grill bouncers accused of assaulting a patron. Ivan Alvarez, 23, of Garden Grove and Jakob Taylor, 22, of Costa Mesa are charged with aggravated assault. Both defendants pleaded not...
  • Man sues Police Department over personal information

    A developmentally disabled resident is suing the Huntington Beach Police Department for allegedly allowing information about his condition to get out, which he claims led to harassment by neighbors. John Patrick Rogers, whose criminal record goes back to...