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Laguna Life And People 042214
Nick Henrikson: A Tale of Travel from the Dark to the Light By DIANE ARMITAGE Photos by MARY HURLBUT Nick Henrikson spies me from across the street and grins, waving grandly. He has only met me once before.  I watch him make his way across the street, and he stops briefly to chat with random people he knows. Even as he makes his way to my table here at Zinc, two women see him from the sidewalk and stop to say “hello” to Nick. He introduces me with something close to a reverential bow, and tells the women that he’s being interviewed. They are delighted, and assure me there’s no one better.  In my 30 years of interviewing rock stars, celebrities and global entrepreneurs, I’ve not met anyone so immediately endearing. My best friend, Lisa, told me months ago that I should interview the iconic Nick Henrikson of Ralph’s grocery store fame and, while I never question her judgment, I wondered a little bit about the recommendation until now, this moment. Now, it’s all clear.  Nick Henrikson, a 22-year-old Laguna Beach resident, is sunny. He is simply sunny and bright. I feel bathed in a glow as I sit across from him, and it is his person, his persona, that creates this immediate warmth.  He has traveled a long way to reach this warmth himself. With help from his parents and a set of talented and committed educators in Laguna Beach, Nick found his way from the dark to the light. And now, everything is sunny.  Nick’s First Three Years: Not a Sound It’s hard to believe that Nick never smiled as a baby, or even uttered a sound until the age of three. While he never presented overt symptoms of autism such as “stemming” (repetitive patterns such as rocking or spinning), head-banging or dissociative behavioral issues, his mom, Maggi, felt something was amiss and enrolled him in special education and speech evaluation as a preschooler. As he learned sign language and communicative gestures, it wasn’t until his baby brother, Erik, came along that Nick connected the communication dots. He would lie next to and even on top of Erik to try to get sounds out of his baby brother; he was fascinated and completely focused on the research project. When Erik was about 18 months old, and Nick was 4 years of age, they spoke – for the very first time – together. Nick’s vocabulary went from one word to more than 30 in just a few days’ time. It’s as if his brother showed him the way … and, then, Nick was off and gabbling.  From that point forward, Nick never stopped talking. An enormous dam had simply crumbled and, just as he intuitively emulated his brother’s first attempts at communication, Nick began to emulate the peers around him. He leapfrogged forward in educative and social skills, wrapped in the protective and encouraging arms of the Laguna Beach Unified School District. For Nick, It’s All in the Details … Every Detail “I have high-functioning autism,” Nick tells me. “It makes it hard to learn, and it was hard to listen to teachers, but I remember facts really well, so that probably has helped get me through.” That’s a serious understatement. When Nick was at Thurston Middle School, he worked one period every day in the front office and knew where every single kid was at that time. Harried parents would come in with a forgotten lunch, and Nick would say, “He’s in Room 212!”  Still to this day, he can easily recite every friend and neighbor’s license plate. He began playing tennis at the age of 7, and did very well in the high school’s tennis team because he “watched Rafael Nadal a lot” because Rafa was his favorite. He also ran up records in cross-country, participating on the team the entire four years he was in high school. Nick has worked at Laguna’s Ralphs on Cleo Street since the age of 16. He came on board as a bagger, and then began to help with inventory. Now, seven years later, Nick knows where every item is shelved in the store, and knows the price code for any item the store stocks.  A few years ago, he was promoted to the check stand because he’s so incredibly fast with check out. He knows the product code before it’s even scanned against the laser-infused glass, often pausing briefly to correct the system if a code number is askew.  “I like it when people ask me where things are, because I can tell them what shelf it’s on,” says Nick. “But most of the time, they just ask me where the bathrooms are.”  “I’ve worked with Nick about five years, and he’s just got a gift at putting a smile on people’s faces,” says Kevin Tate. “You may walk in feeling a little bristly but, before you know it, you’re feeling warm and cozy because Nick’s done something or said something to make your day right.” A Big Step Toward Independence: The Glennwood House Over the seven years at Ralphs, Nick has gotten to know a vast amount of Laguna Beach residents, and remembers each by name.  Through his childhood, Nick struggled with shying away from people and making eye contact, both traits found in people with autism. Today, as long as he knows you and likes you, he’s happy to give you a hug. He also works consciously to maintain eye contact with people he meets – again, this is an easier task for him when it’s someone in his known circle, and it’s always easier when they’re the first to reach out and engage with Nick. In that nanosecond, he brightens noticeably and a happy smile flits across his features.  “I love to travel, but right now, I really like Laguna and the people here, so I’m going to stay in Laguna,” he says matter-of-factly.  Last year in August, Nick took yet another huge step for himself by moving to his own place in the Glennwood House at 2130 S. Coast Highway. “Glennwood is for young adults with developmental disabilities who want to have more independence,” says Nick, again in a scholarly tone. “I thought I’d be different than most of the kids there, but I have a few friends now, and I love that I can come and go, just as long as I let them know where I’m going.”  He says the step was a big one, “Even though my parents live right up the hill,” he admits. “It’s way different living on your own. At first, I thought about having a roommate, but sometimes I’m working late, and I didn’t want to bother someone or, you know, worry about bothering someone. So, I have my own cool pad to myself.” Fortunately the meals are “fantastic,” thanks to resident cook Shelia, and Nick does his best to hit all three offerings in the day. “I wish dinner was a little later, but I know that if I ask to bend it for me, they have to bend it for everyone.” Life is a Highway … Click on photo for a larger image   It’s incongruous, really, this child born into the closed world of autism who is now so genuinely magnanimous in his outlook and approach.  His mother, Maggi, assures me that it’s taken a village to help and support this child-now-young-man, and she can’t say enough gratitudes to the people who have stepped up and stepped into Nick’s life.  A couple years ago, friends and family members began asking Nick for rides to the Orange County or LAX airports. He owns a beautiful Nissan truck “With plenty of suitcase room,” and he adores the side job. He’s never had a car accident or even a speeding ticket, and several people will ask Nick to drive them to the airport in their own car, and bring it back home for safe keeping while they’re traveling.  He has since expanded his driving role to dropping off and picking up people who go out on the town. “When I turned 21, my parents took me to Las Vegas,” he says. “I tried a scotch, and I tried a beer, and then I decided alcohol was just not going to be for me.”  As a designated driver, he’s absolutely punctual, is happy to travel up and down the coast, and only asks for two or three days’ advance notice so as not to interfere with his Ralph’s schedule. “I love it,” says Nick enthusiastically. “I like helping people and I like driving, so it’s the perfect combination for me.” With the expanding “Drive time,” the new living digs, travel adventures on the horizon, and the full-time job he loves at Ralph’s, Nick says he’s not sure he could be much happier. “I think as long as you’re good to people, they’ll be good to you. ‘Mean’ is not in my nature … so I know it’s all going to be OK for me.”  •••• A professional writer for 30 years, Diane Armitage is also the author of the book, The Insider’s Travel Guide: Laguna Beach’s Best.
April 22 2014 - Source:

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Assistance League names Business Persons of the Year Click on photo for a larger image Photo by Jacinta Loewen Assistance League Laguna Beach Stu Saffer (left), Ann Hyde of Assistance League of Laguna Beach, Shaena Stabler, Maggi Henrikson of StuNews and ALLB and Christine Montonna (ALLB) The Assistance League of Laguna Beach honored Stu Saffer and Shaena Stabler as its Business Persons of the Year.  The co-owners of Stu News have demonstrated their support and commitment to the Assistance League year after year by publishing Assistance League news and advertising its events.   Stu has a very personal connection to the Assistance League, as a former member of its Advisory Board and the father of daughters who were members of the Assisteens Auxiliary.   Shaena has gone above and beyond her role as Stu News Publisher, handling Assistance League advertising.  She modeled at the League’s 2013 Friend Raiser at Jon Madison’s Madison Square and Garden Cafe and even volunteered to hand out flyers for an Assistance League Thrift Shop sale at the Farmers’ Market.   How very fortunate the Assistance League is to have the professional and personal support of these two community-minded business people.
April 22 2014 - Source:

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Gate & Garden Tour of Crescent Bay by LB Garden Club May 3 This year’s Gate & Garden Tour, of Crescent Bay, offers unsurpassed scenery as well as a rare peek into secluded gardens, which range from tidy traditional charmers, to stylish modern retreats, to the enviable grounds of a chateau. The marked route through historic Crescent Bay overlooks kelp forests, tide pools and offers crashing whitewater views of downtown Laguna.  One of the oldest and most glamorous neighborhoods north of downtown, Crescent Bay has always drawn movie stars and artists because of its dramatic ocean views and gentle topography. This half-mile path along the palisade allows a glimpse into the private outdoor spaces of those fortunate enough to call this idyllic coastal setting home. Comfortable walking shoes are a must to navigate gardens, stairs, and pathways. Unfortunately gardens are not handicap accessible or suitable for young children. The tour features: a self-guided walking tour of private gardens in historic Crescent Bay complete with informative brochure and map, round-trip shuttles between Tour Registration area and garden route, valet parking available at registration for a separate fee, homemade refreshments, garden club members available to answer questions in the gardens and along the route. Click on photo for a larger image   The garden tour is the major fundraiser for the Laguna Beach Garden Club. Proceeds provide financial support for the many environmental, educational and civic beautification projects of the club as well as scholarships for local high school and junior college students with an interest in horticulture.  The tour will be Saturday, May 3 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tickets are $45 in advance, and $50 on tour day. Opportunity tickets will be $5 or 6 for $20. Prizes include $500 cash and other great prizes.  Day of ticket sales will be at Tour Registration: Arabella Laguna, 506 N. Coast Highway. Advance tickets may be purchased at Laguna Drug, Coast Pet Supply, Laguna Nursery, Dana Point Nursery or by mail to: P.O. Box 362, Laguna Beach, CA 92652, or online at:
April 04 2014 - Source:

Laguna Life And People 031114
By DIANE ARMITAGE Photos by MARY HURLBUT Kirsten Sedlick   Saving seals and sea lions is just another day in the office If it hadn’t been for her knee injury, she wouldn’t have discovered the Pacific Marine Mammal Center (PMMC) in Laguna Canyon. Kirsten Sedlick began as a PMMC volunteer and now, 18 years later, she is a PMMC Supervisor with an extraordinarily unique life experience under her belt. After all, how many people on this planet get to nurse sick and injured marine mammals back to health?  At 18, Kirsten Sedlick was a volleyball player on scholarship, bound for college. When her knee took her out of the game, she fell back on what she loved most: animals and the ocean.  Growing up in Newport Beach, Kirsten was the rescuer of every stray to come her way. She would agree to Mom’s rules - keeping the rescued stray in the garage - but somehow that stray would find its way into the family living room. She also remembers reading a Jacques Cousteau book on sharks and their primary prey, the Elephant Seal. At that point, she decided she’d be a Protector of the Elephant Seals.  And now … she is. And they know it.   Kirsten roams the large red barn hospital in Laguna Canyon, checking in on her sick seals and sea lions. She whips up Herring Smoothies and works with team members to herd recovering seals into the “small pool” for feeding.  Throughout, no matter what her activity, the seals pad after her and gaze up at her. She is oblivious; they are not. Inherently, these injured creatures seem to recognize what Kirsten is here for.  Kirsten heard of the PMMC when she was working at the Long Beach Aquarium, teaching kids about the universe that exists underwater. On further research she learned that the PMMC was responsible for the entire Orange County coastline in the rescue of Elephant Seals, California Sea Lions, Pacific Harbor Seals and some Northern Fur Seals. The PMMC rescues beached whales and dolphins, sea turtles and sea otters, too.  “What drew me here aside from the obvious … all these critters … was meeting John Cunningham,” says Kirsten “As soon as I started as a volunteer, he found me and chatted with me. He was so welcoming and so committed to the purpose here, and that’s what I try to emulate with all our staff and volunteers.”   Each Patient a Unique Personality Click on photo for a larger image   Averaging 180 patients a year; dealing with an alarming and exhausting onslaught of 373 patients last year; and enduring fire, flood, swarms of bees, famine, disease, poisoning, coyotes and more, you’d think Kirsten and her mighty PMMC crew are participating in an “End of Times” Hollywood movie.  “It’s never a dull moment here,” Kirsten says with a hearty chuckle. “Every day is different, and every patient’s story is definitely unique.” The staff is trained to maintain an emotional distance from its patients, even while each patient hangs out for an average of two to four months. The goal, after all, is to release these wild animals back to the seas. While the staff purposely does not interact or make eye contact, they still name each of their incoming patients based on a personality feature, or an issue the poor thing is enduring.  “Big Bruce,” a recent Sea Lion patient with a Great White Shark bite, was named after the “Jaws” creature (nicknamed Bruce), and the “recovering” Great White in “Finding Nemo.”  Today, Kirsten and her crew are nursing eight patients, among them “Sir Edmund” (“we found him at the top of a cliff, which Elephant Seals really don’t do”), “Abalone” (who arrived on Kirsten’s birthday, Valentine’s Day, and was discovered on a bed of abalone), and “Otter Pop,” (simply “slick on wheels”). As she thinks back to her favorites, Kirsten mentions Bismarck (a Sea Lion missing both rear flippers), Fiddler (rescued from the top of a roof in Newport Beach), and Captain Hook, a Sea Lion who arrived with more than 70 hooks and lines imbedded in his skin and flippers. He was rehabilitated and eventually released, only to be rescued seven days later toting more hooks and wire.  “He was like some kind of magnet, the poor guy,” Kirsten commiserates. On Captain Hook’s second release, a Coast Guard ship did the honors of depositing Sir Hook on the far side of the Channel Islands, and he’s been hook-free since. Fire, Flood and Pestilence Kirsten stands in the PMMC hospital wing’s kitchen, whipping up Herring Smoothies for her critical care patients who must be tube fed. She points to individual doctors’ charts, each denoting the name of the patient, a series of progressive photos, its weight gains, and its own unique recipe concoction of said smoothie (some parts Karo Syrup, some parts Milk Matrix, some parts Pedialyte, all parts Herring).  “We’re not an assembly line here,” she says. “Each patient has its own unique Smoothie requirements,” says Kirsten.  Has she ever tried a Herring Smoothie? “Uhmm, purely by accident,” she laughs, admitting that she’s never been a fish eater to begin with. Accidentally ingesting a Herring smoothie is not the first surprise Kirsten has encountered in her 18 years. When raging fires swept down Laguna Canyon in October 1993, all hell broke loose. “We have rescue and removal plans,” says Kirsten. “It was so fast and so sudden, though, that we were moving patients into the back seats of our own cars to evacuate.” In the Christmas flood of 2010, PMMC thought it was ready for the worst. No one, however, expected the hill behind the facility to break loose and tumble down onto the PMMC.  “I got a call at dawn, and my people were telling me it was complete devastation,” says Kirsten. “When I finally managed to get here, I could hardly recognize our hospital.”  Fortunately, amidst all the mud and rising waters, every patient survived. The PMMC shipped its patients to Ft. MacArthur in San Pedro and got to work. They spent the next long month digging out the pools, replacing the entire laboratory, and receiving loads of supplies and calls from locals who thought the whale bones that had washed downstream might belong to them. (Indeed, the whalebone display had gone missing.) “Most of us worked night and day because we missed our patients so much,” says Kirsten. “It was an eerie place without them.” Saving 373 Critters in a Single Year The memory of that silent hospital reversed on a dime when early 2013 saw an epidemic of sick seals and sea lions begin to arrive. “We had our usual 7 patients in December, and then had 17 in January and 30 in February,” says Kirsten. “Then in March, we had 112 new patients. It was … daunting.” Far beyond the fires and floods, the 2013 epidemic that sent hordes of sick marine mammals to the PMMC was the greatest challenge Kirsten has dealt with yet. “At one point, we had 167 patients here, and it was endless 20-hour days just to keep up on each of their feedings four times a day.” The PMMC hospital became something more like a MASH triage unit. Kirsten was in charge of organizing the volunteers and staff around the clock, and helped with tiered triage decisions for each patient as it arrived. She, herself, tube fed 60 and 70 malnourished seals a day while singing lullabies over the phone to her toddler who wondered where Mommy had gone.  “We had Laguna animal control officers, park rangers and lifeguards helping us with as many as 13 rescues a day,” says Kirsten. “Our administrative staff upstairs was down here in the trenches. It was an awesome community commitment.  “When you see support in such a huge way, it gives you the strength to keep going. We had a record number of seals come in, and we had a record number of releases of rehabilitated seals. I can’t imagine a success greater than that.  “Every day I know this – but it’s the worst times that remind me that I’m really making a difference. How lucky am I to call this my job?”  The Pacific Marine Mammal Center is a non-profit organization at 20612 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach. Visiting hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and donations are happily accepted.
March 11 2014 - Source:

Local Mall Prepared for Shooting Emergency
SACRAMENTO- Investigators say a gunman killed two people before turning the gun on himself Saturday morning in a Maryland mall. Unfortunate, though not all that shocking. In fact, a similar situation carried out last summer at Sacramento’s Arden Fair Mall. …
January 26 2014 - Source:

Arrest and Daily Activity Log for October 27, 2013
Arrest Log No Arrests Daily Activity Log *========================================================================== 04:19 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 131026032 Occurred on L St, Davis. AT DUKE AND L ON SE CORNER TOY COROLLA IS SHINING LIGHTS ONTO PG&E CONSTRUCTION SITE, RP CONCERNED THAT IT IS ODD A VEH WOULD BE THERE WITH LIGHTS ON AT THIS HOUR. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 06:00 BURGLARY ALARM 131026038 Occurred on E 8TH St, Davis. Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 07:08 SHOTS FIRED / HEARD 131026041 Occurred at Espana Ct/Alvarado Av, Davis. RP HEARD WHAT SOUNDED LIKE A GUNSHOT . ONLY 1 SHOT . SOUND CAME FROM THE GREENBELT AREA BETWEEN ESPANA AND FORTUNA. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 08:19 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 131026047 Occurred at Alhambra Dr/Atlantis Dr, Davis. DK MAROON TRUCK W/ MISSOURI LIC PLATE LSW WB ALHAMBRA 1 AGO OCC'D BY MALE WEARING WHI HARD HAT, ORANGE VEST - RP CONCERNED DUE TO RECENT COPPER WIRE THEFT. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 08:38 CITY CODE VIOLATION 131026048 Occurred on F St, Davis. SUBJ SLEEPING IN A VEH. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 09:18 NON INJURY ACCIDENT 131026049 Officer initiated activity at 5TH St/D St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 09:23 GRAFFITI VANDALISM 131026050 Officer initiated activity at E 14TH St, Davis.W SIDE SKATEPARK FOR PERMANENT MARKER DRAWINGS, REQ PASS ON TO 594G ABATEMENT. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 10:07 PARKING COMPLAINT 131026055 Occurred on 4TH St, Davis. WHI FORD PU BLOCKING SIDEWALK . NOT PULLED IN FAR ENOUGH INTO THE DRIVEWAY. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 10:52 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 131026057 Occurred on Fordham Dr, Davis. VEH OS 1.5 DAYS, UNLOCKED W/ BELONGINGS INSIDE- RP THINKS POSS DUMPED 10851 WHI NEWER MODEL TOYT HIGHLANDER W/ NO PLATES. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 10:57 ROBBERY ALARM 131026058 Occurred on Portola St, Davis. Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 10:57 TRAFFIC HAZARD 131026059 Occurred on 2ND St, Davis. BRO PIT BULL EB 2ND CAUSING PARTIAL 1125. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 11:29 911 HANG UP 131026062 Occurred at Pole Line Rd/E Covell Bl, Davis. Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 11:29 WELFARE CHECK 131026063 Occurred at Pole Line RD/5TH St, Davis. ELDERLY MALE IN A BROKEN WHEELCHAIR . HMA, BROWN VEST OVER A WHI SHIRT, BLK SHORTS . LSH: NEAR QUICK SHOP. . Disposition: Unfounded. *========================================================================== 11:30 SHOTS FIRED / HEARD 131026064 Occurred on E 8TH St, Davis. 2 J'S W/ GUNS . SHOOTING CANS . NEAR THE EMPTY LOT WHERE THE BARN USED TO BE. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 11:32 NON INJURY ACCIDENT 131026065 Occurred at 1ST St/F St, Davis. BIKE HIT RED HOND ACCORD, NO INJURIES. VEH IN ROADWAY. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 11:55 911 HANG UP 131026067 Occurred on Cranbrook Ct, Davis. OPEN LINE LINE . VOICES HEARD THEN DISCONNECTED . ATTEMPTING C/B. Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 11:59 TRAFFIC HAZARD 131026068 Occurred at Moore Bl/Pole Line Rd, Davis. RED TOYT CAMRY PARKED IN TURNING LANE ON MOORE. . Disposition: Unfounded. *========================================================================== 12:00 GRAFFITI VANDALISM 131026069 Occurred on Brown Dr, Davis. VANDALISM TO RESD BY UNK SUBJ , RP REQ MORF. Disposition: MORF. *========================================================================== 12:03 EXTRA PATROL 131026070 Officer initiated activity at 2ND St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 12:06 EXTRA PATROL 131026071 Occurred at Moore Bl/Pole Line Rd, Davis. RP REQ'G XPAT ON SATURDAYS DUE TO INFLUX OF CARS PARKING IFO OF DRIVEWAYS BECAUSE OF SOCCER GAMES. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 12:40 911 HANG UP 131026074 Occurred at Anderson Rd/Barcelona Av, Davis. OPEN LINE . VOICES IN THE BACKGROUND SOUNDED C4 . ON C/B MSSG LEFT ON VM. Disposition: Unfounded. *========================================================================== 13:34 EXTRA PATROL 131026080 Officer initiated activity at C St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 13:58 PUBLIC CONTACT 131026083 Officer initiated activity at F St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 14:10 BURGLARY ALARM 131026085 Occurred on San Ramon Dr. Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 14:27 BURGLARY ALARM 131026087 Occurred on Lyndell Tr. Disposition: False Alarm. *========================================================================== 14:49 PUBLIC CONTACT 131026091 Officer initiated activity at F St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 15:19 CITY CODE VIOLATION 131026095 Occurred on Anderson Rd, Davis. TRANSIENT SETTING UP CAMP NEXT TO DINOASAUR PLAY SET . SLEEPING BAGS & BELONGINGS. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 15:37 DISTURBANCE FAMILY 131026096 Occurred on J St, Davis. 1 ADULT AND 1 TEENAGER INVOLVED- POSS 415V. . Disposition: Arrest Made. *========================================================================== 16:05 WELFARE CHECK 131026101 Occurred on Inner Ci, Davis. FEMALE COHABITATING W/HER EX-HUSBAND, THEIR CHILDREN ARE THREATENING TO TAKE CONTROL OF ALL THEIR ACCOUNTS. Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 16:07 TRAFFIC HAZARD 131026102 Occurred on Richards Bl, Davis. NB RICHARDS UNDER, BLK TRUCK DISABLED AND COMPLETELY BLOCKING. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 16:11 HARASSMENT 131026103 Occurred on Lillard Dr, Davis. REQNG 10-21 FOR ADVICE ON HOW TO HANDLE POSSIBLE HARASSMENT OF UNK SUBJ KNOCKING ON HER DOOR EVERY DAY. Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 16:13 WELFARE CHECK 131026104 Occurred on Anderson Rd, Davis. WFA, GRY COAT, PINK DRESS . YELLING AT CARS AND PASSERBYS. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 16:38 911 HANG UP 131026106 Occurred at Inner Ci/N Diameter Dr, Davis. OPEN LINE . FEMALE TALKING ABOUT RUNNING ERRANDS . CAR DINGING NOISE HEARD . ATTEMPTING C/B. Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 17:32 BURGLARY ALARM 131026109 Occurred on Cowell Bl, Davis. Disposition: False Alarm. *========================================================================== 17:34 HIT AND RUN 131026110 Occurred on Russell Bl, Davis. OCC'D AN HOUR AGO . RP'S VEH WAS HIT WHILE PARKED IN PLOT . RP'S VEH/ GREEN TOYOTA MR2 . SUSP VEH/ GREEN SUV. Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 17:37 BATTERY 131026112 Occurred on E 8TH St, Davis. 2 MALES PUNCHING EACH OTHER . 2 WMA'S ONE OLDER BLUE SHIRT, TAN PANTS . YOUNGER BLK SHIRT, BLK PANTS. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 17:44 PARKING COMPLAINT 131026113 Occurred at Valencia Av/Condor Ct, Davis. VEH PARKED IN NO PARKING ZONE . SILVER COMPACT VEH . ONGOING PROBLEM. . Disposition: Cited. *========================================================================== 17:58 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 131026115 Occurred on Olive Dr, Davis. 1600HRS UNK FEMALE SITTING IN PASSENGER SIDE OF RP'S UNLOCKED VEH, UNK IF ANYTHING TAKEN, HFA LT BRO HAIR TATTOOS, LEFT ON FOOT INTO FIELD BEHIND BUSN, REQ'ING PD FOR RPT. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 18:06 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026116 Occurred on 1ST St, Davis. NEW FRATERNITY, 50+ SUBJS IN THE BACKYARD PLAYING LOUD MUSIC AND SCREAMING. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 18:18 PUBLIC CONTACT 131026118 Officer initiated activity at Russell Bl/Anderson Rd, Davis. DOWN BICYCLIST. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 18:42 PROPERTY LOST/FOUND 131026119 Occurred on 3RD St, Davis. LOST CELLPHONE IN PLOT, SUBJ WHO FOUND PHONE SAID HE WOULD TURN IT INTO DPD. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 19:11 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 131026120 Occurred on Elmwood Dr, Davis. RED TOYT PICK UP PARKED IFO RESD, DRIVER QUICKLY MOVED AND REPARKED AROUND THE BLOCK IFO CHURCH WHEN RP GOT HOME, DRIVER/WMA BEARD. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 19:15 BARKING DOG 131026121 Occurred on El Cemonte Av, Davis. DOG BARKING FOR LST HR, DOESN'T APPEAR ANYONE HM. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 19:22 911 HANG UP 131026122 Occurred on 2ND St, Davis. DISCONNECT ON ANSWER, ON CB NEG ANSWER, VMAIL LEFT. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 19:28 PUBLIC CONTACT 131026123 Occurred on Shasta Dr, Davis. 5 AGO SON'S EX GF'S FATHER CAME TO RESD W/ A SHIRT CLAIMING IT WAS HER SON'S AND TELLING HER THAT HIS DAUGHTER HAS BEEN TEXTING HER SON FRM OTHER PEOPLE'S PHONES. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 20:03 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 131026124 Occurred on Becerra Wy, Davis. 3 AGO, HEARD 1 LOUD POP FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER 30 SECONDS LATER, AREA NORTH OF RESD. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 20:29 NOISE COMPLAINT LOUD MUSIC 131026125 Occurred on Cascade Pl, Davis. LIVE BAND IN BACKYARD. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 20:33 PUBLIC CONTACT 131026126 Occurred on Goldberry Ln, Davis. REQ'ING ADV FOR NEIGHBOR WHO HAS A CHILD THAT DOES NOT WANT TO GO HOME, POSS CHILD ABUSE, RP REF'D TO PROVIDE NEIGHBOR'S INFO BUT SAID SHE WOULD HAVE THEM CALL PD DIRECTLY. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 21:34 911 HANG UP 131026130 Occurred on 2ND St, Davis. SPANISH SPEAKING MALE ADV'ING NO PD OR MED NEEDED. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 21:47 VANDALISM 131026132 Occurred on G St, Davis. CUSTOMER'S VEH HAD HEADLIGHT BROKEN BY 2 UNK SUBJS, LEFT ON FOOT EB 4TH TWDS L ST, 1/WMA EARLY 20'S LT GRY HOODIE BLK SHIRT 2/WMA EARLY 20'S BLK LONG SLEEVED. . Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 22:15 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 131026134 Occurred on Cowell Bl, Davis. UNK SUBJ JUST KNOCKED AT THE DOOR, RP HAS NOT LOOKED TO SEE IF ANYONE STILL THERE. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 22:20 BURGLARY ALARM 131026137 Occurred on Merced Dr, Davis. Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 22:21 MISCELLANEOUS NOISE COMPLAINT 131026138 Occurred on E St, Davis. IN BACKYARD PLAYING BEER PONG, SHOUTING. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 22:25 EXTRA PATROL 131026140 Officer initiated activity at Oxford Ci, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 22:27 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026141 Occurred on Drexel Dr, Davis. LOUD PARTY. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 22:37 EXTRA PATROL 131026143 Officer initiated activity at Chiles Rd, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 22:41 NON INJURY ACCIDENT 131026144 Occurred on A St, Davis. DRIVER OF MINIVAN BUMPED RP'S PARKED VEH, NO DAMAGE SEEN, WERE IN THE PROCESS EXCHANGING INFO WHEN HBD MALE BECAME BELIGERANT AND REQ'D RP TO CALL PD, RP ALSO CONCERNED BECAUSE THE WIFE HAS SLURRED SPEECH AND THEY HAVE A BABY WITH THEM. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 23:06 NOISE COMPLAINT LOUD MUSIC 131026147 Occurred on Acacia Ln, Davis. LOUD MUSIC SOUTH OF RP'S RESD. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 23:20 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026149 Occurred on D St, Davis. LOUD PARTY IN AREA. . Disposition: Arrest Made. *========================================================================== 23:23 ROBBERY 131026151 Occurred on Russell Bl, Davis. 211 OCC'D 30 AGO, VIC HELD AT KNIFE POINT, SHOVED INTO A BUSH, SUSP/BMA TALL ALL BLK CLOTHING, UNK DOT, TOOK $20 CASH AND CREDIT CARD, VIC AT APT ON CAMPUS. . Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 23:35 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026154 Occurred on N St, Davis. LOUD PARTY UNK ADR. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 23:35 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026155 Occurred on M St, Davis. LOUD MUSIC/TALKING. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 23:40 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026157 Occurred on Purdue Dr, Davis. LOUD PARTY, RP ATC BY PHONE TO ADV BUT NEG ANSWER. . Disposition: Cited. *========================================================================== 23:46 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026158 Occurred on Sycamore Ln, Davis. LOUD PARTY SOUTH OF RP. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 23:52 PARTY COMPLAINT 131026160 Occurred on Notre Dame Dr, Davis. PARTY, WITH SEVERAL SUBJS ON THE STREET URINATING ON NEIGHBORS' LAWNS. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 00:01 PARTY COMPLAINT 131027002 Occurred on J St, Davis. UNK APT # ABOVE RP, LOUD PARTY. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 00:02 MISCELLANEOUS NOISE COMPLAINT 131027003 Occurred on Barkley St, Davis. LOUD PA, POSS COMING FROM PARK OR CAMPUS. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 00:08 PARTY COMPLAINT 131027004 Occurred on Conquistador Wy, Davis. LOUD PARTY. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 00:10 DRUNK IN PUBLIC 131027005 Officer initiated activity at G St, Davis. . Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 00:13 BATTERY 131027006 Occurred on G St, Davis. PATRON PUNCHED BY ANOTHER CUSTOMER - SUSP/ WMA,511/190, LGT V NECK SHIRT, BLU JEANS, WHI SHOES. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 00:19 PARTY COMPLAINT 131027007 Occurred on L St, Davis. POSS TWO LOCATIONS - NEAR COLGATE AND 8TH. . Disposition: Cited. *========================================================================== 00:42 911 HANG UP 131027009 Occurred at L St/Covell Pl, Davis. OPEN LINE, ON CB NEG ANSWER, VMAIL NOT SET UP. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 00:56 PARTY COMPLAINT 131027013 Occurred on I St, Davis. UNK ADR LOUD PARTY. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 01:17 BURGLARY ALARM 131027014 Occurred on G St, Davis. . Disposition: False Alarm. *========================================================================== 01:18 PARTY COMPLAINT 131027015 Occurred on J St, Davis. LOUD PARTY IN AREA. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 01:39 EXTRA PATROL 131027020 Officer initiated activity at E St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 01:43 PARTY COMPLAINT 131027021 Occurred on Shasta Dr, Davis. UNK APT #, LOUD MUSIC AND SUBJS YELLING. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 01:56 WELFARE CHECK 131027028 Occurred on Albany Av, Davis. RP'S BOYFRIEND ATTEMPTING TO LEAVE - POSS HAVING PARANOID EPISODE. . Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 02:09 911 HANG UP 131027030 Occurred on John Jones Rd, Davis. IMMEDATE HANG UP, UNABLE TO CALL BACK. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 02:11 ARSON 131027031 Occurred on I St, Davis. WHI CHEVY S10 PK UP PULLED UP AND SUBJ LIT RP'S FENCE ON FIRE - VEH LEFT TWDS J ST, IS NOW BACK ONS. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 03:26 DRUNK IN PUBLIC 131027036 Occurred on Glacier Pl, Davis. INTOXICATED MALE PASSED ON THE PATIO. . .
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May 3, 2014Come and support your local Non-Profit Organization for Humboldt Counties "at-risk" youth. Enjoy a great BBQ by Shamus T-Bones, Music by Cliff Dallas and the Death Valley Troubadours, and a silent auction.
Happening May 03 2014 - Source:

Humboldt Community Breast Health Project
April 29, 2014"Bras & Bids" Quarter Craze
Happening April 29 2014 - Source:

Redwood COMEDY Festival
April 26, 2014The Redwood Comedy Festival features a one-day comedy event located in the beautiful Fortuna, California the hub of Humboldt County and surrounded by the majestic Redwoods
Happening April 26 2014 - Source:

Compassion defies stereotype
By Gloria Glasser Special to the Acorn Shortly after settling in as a rural Agoura resident, I allowed a distance to open between my new world and the isolated Trancas Canyon property where I’d lived previously. There was little time to go back and check on the welfare of an old fellow who lived there. Fortunately, he had two unusual, and unusually doting, more
Happening April 24 2014 - Source:

CPR Class
Do you need to renew your CPR or do you want to be taught how to perform CPR? Call the Park and Recreation Office.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

Supervisors seek improved water conservation amid drought
RIVERSIDE - Concerned about the persistent drought plaguing California, the Board of Supervisors today directed staff to review Riverside County land-use policies and compare them to programs in Arizona and Nevada that ''more aggressively'' promote water conservation. ''The last time we took a serious look at this was in 2009,'' said Supervisor John Benoit. ''Things are changing, but not for the better in terms of the amount of water available.'' Benoit and Supervisor Marion Ashley jointly submitted a request for a comprehensive study to identify what ''best practices'' would curtail water usage by Riverside County residents and businesses. ''We're more fortunate than some areas,'' Ashley said. ''Another year of drought and Fresno may have no water.'' Ashley said much of Southern California is being spared restrictions on water usage thanks to the Metropolitan Water District, which has ''made provisions to store water and make it available for situations like this.'' The MWD is a wholesaler to almost every utility in the county. Though Ashley predicted the region would ''float through'' the current drought, he and Benoit worried about the implications of another year or two of drastically below-normal rainfall. ''We've had a number of discussions about this in the desert,'' Benoit said. ''I've heard some suggest we get rid of every golf course. But that's a big part of the economy in the Coachella Valley.'' The supervisor added that with more courses relying on recycled water for the upkeep of grounds, it was unfair to target the golfing community for excess consumption. Benoit said the bigger issue is cutting water usage by residents. ''Residential water use around the exterior of a house is 75-80 percent of what each household is using,'' Benoit said. ''That number has been stable for a long, long time. One thing I notice in my community and others is the huge green lawns in the front and rear of houses.'' The supervisor said a drive through Las Vegas and metropolitan areas throughout Arizona provide a steep contrast. ''They've more aggressively taken on the conservation approach,'' Benoit said, noting that turf lawns and rock yards are a common sight. The supervisors said that as the California Department of Water Resources takes steps to curb water consumption -- primarily by withholding allotments form the State Water Project, a network of lakes, reservoirs and storage facilities that serve 25 million Californians -- so should the county, which has not seriously addressed conservation since enacting a ''water- efficient landscape'' mandate for county-operated facilities in 2009. The board directed the Executive Office to conduct a study, with the help of the county's Water Task Force and the Western Riverside Council of Governments, to see what measures are in place in the neighboring states and whether and how similar policies might work locally. The report is due back in 90 days.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

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Weott woman reported missing; has not contacted her husband since Thursday
A woman from Weott has been missing since Thursday evening when she left her home for a medical appointment in Fortuna. Shannon Paige Sundberg, 33, has had medical issues for several months and left her house at 6:30 p.
April 13 2014 - Source:

37-year-old mother missing from Fortuna
FORTUNA, Calif. -- The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office and the Fortuna Police Department are searching for a missing woman.  The missing person is Sheila Franks, 37,  known to live in Rio Dell and Loleta.  Her mother called to report her missing, because her family had not heard from Sheila in the last month and a half. ...
March 17 2014 - Source:

Dad Bites Off His Newborn Son’s Nose Because He Wouldn’t Stop Crying
As hard as it may be to fathom, unfortunately its true. According to Fairfield News 10, Joshua Cooper, 18, allegedly bit off his own one-month-old son’s nose out of frustration because he would not stop crying. The publication reports that Cooper, a resident of Fairfield, California, has been charged with child cruelty and aggravated mayhem.... Read more » Dad Bites Off His Newborn Son’s Nose ...
March 14 2014 - Source:

Black Friday 2013: A Coast-to-Coast Crime Roundup
Black Friday 2013 has come and gone -- but unfortunately, not without some reports of Black Friday (and pre-Black Friday) crime from coast to coast. For the vast majority of shoppers, Thanksgiving night doorbusters and Black Friday bargains may have been a retail dream come true.
December 02 2013 - Source:

Harris: School Attendance Crisis
A new state report examines the number of students missing school, and unfortunately Calaveras County ranks as the worst. The report was put together by California Attorney General Kamala
October 04 2013 - Source:

Gang Member Gets Life in Prison for Attempted Murder He Called "Unfortunate"
Raul Perez Rodriguez was sentenced today to life in prison for a gang-related attempted murder that happened in October of 2011.
August 27 2013 - Source:

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