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February 5, 2009
The city’s radar-equipped speed trailers tell drivers how fast they are going. In the future, the trailers will tell the city who the drivers are and speeders caught on tape will be mailed warnings. Parking, Traffic and Circulation Committee recommendations approved at Tuesday’s council meeting included the addition of video capability to one of the trailers. The recommendation was one of three proposed by the committee to help slow down drivers on key hill access streets, as requested by the council.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | December 19, 2008
Laguna Beach police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man suspected of stealing a wallet from a purse at a restaurant. The incident occurred Dec. 9 when the victim went to dinner at Ti Amo Restaurant in South Laguna, according to Laguna Beach Police Sgt. Jason Kravetz. She left her purse at the table and went outside about 10 minutes to smoke a cigarette with her friend. They were at the restaurant celebrating the victims’ birthday, Kravetz said.
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | September 11, 2007
A Sunday afternoon stroll in Laguna Beach was life-changing for a Paramount woman, who returned to Mexico Tuesday after she was arrested on a battery charge in Heisler Park. The woman had no identification, and allegedly told police officers that she was from Mexico and not in the U.S. legally. Police video captured the incident — showing the couple grappling with each other and the woman striking the man — and has been shown on TV news stations, raising the profile of the incident.
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | September 12, 2007
A Sunday afternoon stroll in Laguna Beach was life-changing for a Paramount woman, who returned to Mexico Tuesday after she was arrested on a battery charge in Heisler Park. The woman had no identification, and allegedly told police officers that she was from Mexico and not in the U.S. legally. Police video captured the incident — showing the couple grappling with each other and the woman striking the man — and has been shown on TV news stations, raising the profile of the incident.
NEWS
By: Mark R. Madler | September 14, 2005
Police evacuated Walt Disney Elementary School on Monday afternoon after a suspicious briefcase was found in a park across the street. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department bomb squad found only a videotape of "Pulp Ficton" inside, police said. A parent notified school officials about the briefcase just before 2 p.m. "She came in to pick up her child because of the power outage," Disney Principal Bobbie Kavanaugh said. "She told us, 'I saw a briefcase over in the park.
NEWS
December 19, 2003
Suzie Harrison After eight years, the family of Simindokht Roshdieh finally knows the fate of the man who killed the wife and mother. Gilbert Garcia was sentenced Monday to life in prison. He was convicted Dec. 3 of her murder, which had taken place during a Feb. 20, 1995, robbery of a Laguna Beach Baskin-Robbins. Orange County Deputy Dist. Atty. Susan Schroeder said that the prosecution respects the jury's verdict, but it was disappointed that the jury did not support the death penalty in this case.
NEWS
August 29, 2003
WHAT'S SO FUNNY Yard sales aren't known for quality merchandise -- the ones I remember in Missouri featured partial decks of cards -- but we're revving up to have one in our driveway in the next few weeks and it'll feature some very nice obsolete technology. Oh, we've got some stuff that would fit in Missouri. There's a big old punching bag that's been outside soaking up rainwater for years, and a Weedwhacker that won't whack weeds for me but might for somebody else.
NEWS
September 3, 2004
Two arrested after fireworks blast Police arrested two Orange County men who allegedly dropped a firework from a freeway overpass on Sunday. Police saw the explosion while driving back to Laguna Beach from an investigation in Lake Forest. Three police officers were traveling south on the San Diego Freeway at the interchange with Laguna Canyon Road at about 12:30 a.m. when they saw a glowing object fall from an overpass. "We saw something sparkling coming over the overpass and it explodes, very loud and very bright," Sgt. Darin Lenyi said.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | May 15, 2009
Laguna College of Art and Design’s chairman of Animation, David Kuhn, said the school’s highly appraised film program prides itself on creating visual storytellers, not just talented artists. Thirteen of these brilliant storytellers will share their ideas and personal experiences at the college’s Animation Film Festival 2009, at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at South Coast Cinemas in Laguna Beach. “We have a wide range of stories, including a very serious [biographical]
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NEWS
February 5, 2009
The city’s radar-equipped speed trailers tell drivers how fast they are going. In the future, the trailers will tell the city who the drivers are and speeders caught on tape will be mailed warnings. Parking, Traffic and Circulation Committee recommendations approved at Tuesday’s council meeting included the addition of video capability to one of the trailers. The recommendation was one of three proposed by the committee to help slow down drivers on key hill access streets, as requested by the council.
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NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | December 19, 2008
Laguna Beach police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man suspected of stealing a wallet from a purse at a restaurant. The incident occurred Dec. 9 when the victim went to dinner at Ti Amo Restaurant in South Laguna, according to Laguna Beach Police Sgt. Jason Kravetz. She left her purse at the table and went outside about 10 minutes to smoke a cigarette with her friend. They were at the restaurant celebrating the victims’ birthday, Kravetz said.
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | September 12, 2007
A Sunday afternoon stroll in Laguna Beach was life-changing for a Paramount woman, who returned to Mexico Tuesday after she was arrested on a battery charge in Heisler Park. The woman had no identification, and allegedly told police officers that she was from Mexico and not in the U.S. legally. Police video captured the incident — showing the couple grappling with each other and the woman striking the man — and has been shown on TV news stations, raising the profile of the incident.
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | September 11, 2007
A Sunday afternoon stroll in Laguna Beach was life-changing for a Paramount woman, who returned to Mexico Tuesday after she was arrested on a battery charge in Heisler Park. The woman had no identification, and allegedly told police officers that she was from Mexico and not in the U.S. legally. Police video captured the incident — showing the couple grappling with each other and the woman striking the man — and has been shown on TV news stations, raising the profile of the incident.
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