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Search the Community of Hood, public records using best found research sources online. This Community is located at the coordinates , its zip code is 95639 with a total population of 271. Look up recorded information of Hood, including demographics and local economy. Link to all levels of Hood, government and their sites with services which provide public information. Current economy, business and housing data. Read about up to date current events and what is occurring in the Community of Hood. Find out about the background of residents and recorded statistics. Request criminal records specific to the Community of Hood, from law enforcement departments with access to the state's repository with official background check of arrests and convicted felonies. Access a directory aimed toward producing open public records and instant information available online. Hood sources are added on a regular basis for the best and most current services.

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Total population of residents271
White resident population recorded135
Black or African American resident population recorded0
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded15
Asian resident population recorded15
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded1
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded137
Resident population of some other race recorded70
Resident population of two or more races recorded35
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Laguna Beach United Methodist 041514
Laguna Beach United Methodist Church Holy Week events Everyone in the community is invited to attend the Easter Sunrise Worship Service at Laguna Beach’s Main Beach at 6 a.m., April 20. It will be led by Mary Scifres, who is serving as interim pastor of Laguna Beach United Methodist Church, which has been hosting the service for the past 20 years. Attendees are urged to dress warmly and bring chairs, blankets and cut flowers for the cross. Laguna Beach United Methodist Church also offers an Easter Celebration at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary at 21632 Wesley Drive. The worship service, also led by Rev. Scifres, will feature the church choir, led by Phil Theodorou, as well as handbells, trumpets and horns.  In addition, there will be an Easter Egg Hunt and an Easter Cookie Decorating Station, as well as other activities for children offered by Youth Director, Brian Pearcy. Rev. Scifres and her husband, B.J. Beu, pastor of Neighborhood Congregational Church, will join forces at the Holy Thursday Worship Service and Holy Communion to be held at Laguna Beach United Methodist Church on April 17, at 7 p.m. Pastors Scifres and Beu will present “Two Faces in the Shadows.” For additional information, call 949-499-3088 or visit lagunabeachumc.org.
April 15 2014 - Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php/front-page-ii/11599-laguna-beach-united-methodist-041514

Easter Sunday 041514
Easter Sunday at Neighborhood Congregational Church Neighborhood Congregational Church begins its April 20 Easter celebration with an informal, 6:30 a.m. community sunrise service at Alta Laguna Park suffused with Native American spirituality, including flute and drumming to the four directions. As the sun rises over the surrounding hills spilling light onto the Pacific Ocean, Neighborhood Church invites hikers, families, and seekers of God to celebrate the gift of new life and a new day in this beautiful setting.  The celebration continues with a festive Easter service at 10 a.m. featuring choral music led by Pam Wicks, familiar Easter songs, the handbell choir led by Jennifer Baker, and a message from Rev. B. J. Beu. Following worship, refreshments will be served across the courtyard in Bridge Hall and children are invited to join in the annual Easter egg hunt on the Montessori playground.  Neighborhood Congregational Church is an Open and Affirming Congregation of the United Church of Christ. Holding in high value both inclusion and openness, Neighborhood Church welcomes all people to any and all events! Neighborhood Church is located at 340 St. Ann’s Dr.  Free parking is available for all church events at the corner of Cleo and Glenneyre, across from Ralph’s. Call 494-8061 or visit the church website at www.ncclaguna.org for more information. 
April 15 2014 - Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php/front-page-ii/11597-easter-sunday-041514

Police Files 041114
Police Files Multiple callers – a car was being driven on Boardwalk Multiple 9-1-1 callers reported that a car was being driven on the boardwalk at Main Beach at 6:25 p.m. Monday. Other erratic driving by the same car was also reported. The callers said the vehicle had left southbound on S. Coast Hwy. Officers made a car stop at S. Coast Hwy and Thalia Street. Officer suspected to encounter a possible DUI driver. Instead, according to LBPD Sgt. Louise Callus, “They contacted the driver who had been recently suffering from some medical issues. Another officer responded to Main Beach and noticed that one of the lights on the boardwalk had been damaged.” The unidentified man was issued a DMV re-evaluation directive and a traffic collision report was taken.   Homeless man hit woman with a bottle in downtown fight Tuesday morning – he also kicked another man Police were dispatched to the sidewalk in the 100 block of S. Coast Hwy at 8:37 Tuesday morning after it was reported that several people were fighting and one man was using a whiskey bottle as a weapon. On scene, the cops encountered four individuals and detained them as they sorted through the incident. A woman was bleeding from the left side of her head and explained that a known suspect had hit her with a whiskey bottle. A man said the same man had repeatedly kicked him during the fight. Paramedics responded and treated the woman who declined to go to the ER for further evaluation. The man was not seriously injured. Douglas Alan Frederes, Jr., 33, was identified as the suspect and police located and arrested him Wednesday for felony assault with a deadly weapon.   Investigating the accident that took the life of the LCAD student April 3 isn’t as simple as it might seem Police have received many calls so has StuNewsLaguna asking why the driver who struck Nina Fitzpatrick, 22, as she crossed in a crosswalk on April 3 has not been arrested or “given a ticket”. Protocol for the accident investigation (and no information in that regard has been released to date) is to refer the completed report to the Orange County District Attorney to file charges, if any. It was reported last week that the drive was an 83-year-old woman visiting from Boston on a vacation. As a reminder, police officers cannot charge anyone with a misdemeanor unless they see the offense when it occurred. Thus, absent alcohol or drugs use by the driver, no citation would be issued on the scene. The driver voluntarily submitted to a blood test and police have maintained that there is no indication that drugs or alcohol were involved. While we do not like to speculate, it would appear on the surface that the driver had no intent to cause injury. Absent intent or substance use, the likelihood of felony charges is probably not in question. The media will be made aware of any charges when and if they are filed.
April 11 2014 - Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php/front-page-ii/11584-police-files-041114

12 arrested in Stockton gang, crime sweep
SACRAMENTO - Raids at four Stockton locations Wednesday morning resulted in the arrest of 12 individuals the Stockton Police Department says are tied to the Sutter Street Crips gang and criminal activity. The suspects' "criminal activity focused in the surrounding neighborhoods around California Street and Park Street, in particular 219 E. Park Street," police spokesperson Officer Joe Silva said. Police Gang Violence Suppression Unit officers recorded recovering ammunition, narcotics and stolen property during the searches. In connection to the Operation Ceasefire enforcement raids, California Department of Corrections officers searched inmate cells at San Quentin State Prison, Solano State Prison, and a home in the Los Angeles, Silva said. Arrested were: Michael "Domino" McKinney, 36, on suspicion of human trafficking
April 09 2014 - Source: http://stockton-central.news10.net/news/news/291783-12-arrested-stockton-gang-crime-sweep

10 arrested in Stockton gang, crime sweep
SACRAMENTO - Raids at four Stockton locations Wednesday morning resulted in the arrest of 10 individuals the Stockton Police Department says are tied to the Sutter Street Crips gang and criminal activity. The suspects' "criminal activity focused in the surrounding neighborhoods around California Street and Park Street, in particular 219 E. Park Street," police spokesperson Officer Joe Silva said. Police Gang Violence Suppression Unit officers recorded recovering ammunition, narcotics and stolen property during the searches. In connection to the Operation Ceasefire enforcement raids, California Department of Corrections officers searched inmate cells at San Quentin State Prison, Solano State Prison, and a home in the Los Angeles, Silva said. Arrested were: Michael "Domino" McKinney, 36, on suspicion of human trafficking (pimping), narcotics, burglary, weapons,
April 09 2014 - Source: http://stockton-central.news10.net/news/news/291783-10-arrested-stockton-gang-crime-sweep

Man Robbed at Gunpoint, Car Stolen in Elk Grove Robbery
A man was robbed of his car at gunpoint early Monday morning in Elk Grove.According to police reports, the 20-year old victim was approached by three unknown suspects in a parking lot on the 9500 block of Emerald Park Drive. Two of the suspect were armed with handguns and demanded victim's car keys, which was a car that belonged to his friend. After getting the keys, the three suspects fled in the vehicle that was described as a 2006 BMW 325 license plate 5TIZ865. The three suspects were all wearing black sweatshirts with the hoods pulled tight around their faces. Responding officers were unable to locate the vehicle and victim was  was not injured. 
April 08 2014 - Source: http://www.elkgrovecrime.com/2014/04/man-robbed-at-gunpoint-car-stolen-in.html

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Ripon Bank Robbery
On 02/28/2014, at approximately 1134 hours, three suspects entered the Bank of the West located on Main St. in Ripon (CA).  Witnesses report that one of the suspects appeared to be a Black male adult and the other two suspects appeared to be Hispanic male adults.  The Black male stayed by the front door, and he gave direction to the other two suspects, who had jumped over the counter.  The tellers were directed to open the cash drawers, and an undisclosed amount of money was taken.  There was no mention of any weapons or weapons seen.  All three suspects were wearing hooded sweatshirts with something covering the lower portion of their faces.  All three suspects were wearing gloves. The Black male took a black messenger-style bag from one of the customers, and he told one of the suspects behind the counter to use it to put the money in.  The suspects walked out of the bank, and they went up a side street, where one witness saw the suspects getting into a charcoal grey SUV, possibly a Ford Escape. The suspects were last seen eastbound on Pine St. The suspect in the striped sweatshirt is the Black male adult. Witnesses put him between 6' - 6'-3' with a slender build.  The two Hispanic male suspects were both shorter than the Black male, and had a thicker build.  One Hispanic male had a black sweatshirt with two dolphins printed on the front.  The second Hispanic male suspect had a black hooded sweatshirt with a lifeguard cross logo on the back (See photos). If you have any information regarding these suspects, or this case, please contact RPD Investigations Unit @ 1-209-599-2102. Contact Info: P.I.O. - 1 St. Sgt. Steve Merchant - Ripon Police Department 259 N. Wilma Ave. Ripon, CA 95336 209-599-2102 Business, 209-599-4034 FAX
March 14 2014 - Source: http://www.southcountycrimestoppers.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=119:ripon-bank-robbery&catid=6:ripon&Itemid=9

UNKNOWN HOMICIDE SUSPECT 14-003
UNKNOWN 14-003 Wanted for: Homicide Wanted since: 01-21-14 Known aliases: N/A Distinguishing marks: N/A Description: The Sacramento Police Department is looking looking for for the community's help in identifying the suspect in the attached sketches. On December 25, 2013, at approximately 9:44 PM, a group of juveniles was shot at by this suspect and another Black male adult in the 7400 block of 29th St. Three juveniles victims were hit. One victim died of a head wound and two other victims sustained non-life threatening injuries. Both suspects fled on foot southbound on 29th St. after the shooting. Suspect #1 (shooter, pictured): Black male adult, 17-18 years old, 5' 07' to 5' 08', 140 to 160 pounds, short dreads, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. Suspect #2: Black male adult in his 20s, 5' 10', 160 pounds, short afro, wearing a red shooded sweatshirt. If you have information: Call 1-800-AA-CRIME or 916-443-HELP; Internet www.crimealert.org; Text-A-Tip to: 274637 include 'SACTIP' plus the tip information.
January 21 2014 - Source: http://www.sacbee.com/2014/01/21/6090174/unknown-homicide-suspect-14-003.html?mi_rss=Most%20Wanted

LOPEZ, Ernesto Ramirez
LOPEZ, Ernesto Ramirez Wanted for: Malicious Maiming of an Animal, Torture Wanted since: 11-05-2013 Known aliases: Ernie Distinguishing marks: N/A Description: SUMMARY: The Sacramento Sheriff's Department is currently seeking Ernesto Ramirez LOPEZ on a felony warrant for the above charges. LOPEZ is described as a 35-year-old Hispanic male, 5' 09' tall and weighing 195 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. On a hot September day in 2013, LOPEZ placed duct tape over the mouth, nose, and eyes of an older Queensland House named Ranger. The dog was seen running through the neighborhood in North Sacramento, but by the time Animal Control was able to locate it, it was exhausted and later died of asphyxiation. If you have information: Call 1-800-AA-CRIME or 916-443-HELP; Internet www.crimealert.org; Text-A-Tip to: 274637 include 'SACTIP' plus the tip information.
November 05 2013 - Source: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/11/05/5883916/lopez-ernesto-ramirez.html?mi_rss=Most%20Wanted

Ripon Police Look for Possible Jogger Stalker
RIPON– Ripon Police are asking neighbors in the Meritage neighborhood to be on the lookout for a red Chevy Silverado crew cab pickup truck that was seen following joggers in the area. Last week, a woman reported seeing a middle-age …
October 03 2013 - Source: http://fox40.com/2013/10/02/ripon-police-look-for-possible-jogger-stalker/

West Lodi Neighborhood on Alert for Stranger Approaching Kids
LODI– Neighbors in a West Lodi neighborhood around Interlaken Drive are on edge after a stranger approached an 11-year-old boy playing in his driveway on Monday evening. The bald man in his 40′s asked the boy to come to his …
September 27 2013 - Source: http://fox40.com/2013/09/26/west-lodi-neighborhood-on-alert-for-stranger-approaching-kids/

Unknown suspect - Armed Robbery
Wanted for: Armed Robbery Wanted since: 07-23-2013 Known aliases: N/A Distinguishing marks: N/A /> Description: The Sacramento Police Department is looking for help in identifying the individual responsible for this crime. On July 9, 2013, at 12:39 AM, the victim was working as night shift manager at Burger King at 5610 Freeport Blvd. She took a drive-through order from a customer. The customer pulled the vehicle up to the window. When victim opened the window to give the customer his drink, the driver pointed a black sawed-off single-barrel shotgun at her. Victim immediately closed the window and dropped to the ground. She called 911 and the suspect fled down Freeport Blvd. in an unknown direction. The suspect is described as a White male adult in his late 30's to early 40's, with a thin oval face that was clean-shaven. He wore a black hooded sweatshirt and black beanie cap. He was driving a dark green older Honda-style sedan. If you have information: Call 1-800-AA-CRIME or 916-443-HELP; Internet www.crimealert.org; Text-A-Tip to: 274637 include 'SACTIP' plus the tip information.
August 06 2013 - Source: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/07/23/5589787/unknown-suspect-armed-robbery.html?mi_rss=Most%20Wanted

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Special Business Event Coming to Goleta in September
GOLETA, Calif. - Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting another special event coming up in September. The September Business-2-Business breakfast will be sponsored by Spectrum Athletic Club. Spectrum Goleta is a friendly, neighborhood health club where everyone knows your name. No matter what your fitness level, you'll feel right at home as you participate in our high-energy group fitness...
Happening August 3 ugus - Source: http://sanluisobispo.kcoy.com/news/business/425132-special-business-event-coming-goleta-september

Walmart Community Store To Open
New Clovis Walmart Neighborhood Market Nearing CompletionConstruction nearly complete; associates begin to stock shelves, prepare for openingThe new Walmart Neighborhood Market in Clovis, scheduled to open this fall, moves closer to completion as associates now begin stocking shelves in preparation for the grand opening on Sept. 18. The approximately 53,900-square-foot store, located at 1830 Shaw...
Happening August r temb - Source: http://clovis.kmph.com/news/business/205023-walmart-community-store-open

Vanguard University Ensure Justice Conference
Ensure Justice 2014 is an annual conference focused on different aspects of human trafficking.  Speakers include: Stephan Bauman, President & CEO of World Relief Rev. David Myers, Senior White House Advisor, Center for Faith-based & Neighborhood Partnerships, Dept. of Homeland...
Happening July 02 2014 - Source: http://www.costamesaca.gov//index.aspx?page=28&recordid=2431

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Sminar
'Imagine a childhood disease that affects one in five girls and one in seven boys before thay reach 18; a disease that can cause dramatic mood swings, erratic behavior, and even severe conduct disorders among those exposed; a disease that breeds distrust of adults and undermines the...
Happening May 22 2014 - Source: http://www.townofyountville.com//index.aspx?page=24&recordid=3263

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Yamada’s water rate assistance bill will be heard Utilities & Commerce Committee April 21
Assemblymember Mariko Yamada (D-Davis) Assembly Bill 1434 to help low-income Californians with their water bills will be heard in Utilities and Commerce on Monday, April 21, 2014 at 3 p.m. at the State Capitol, Room 437. Since 2012, California established that safe, clean and affordable water is every human being’s right.  While AB 685 (Eng) requires the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to consider low-income rate relief programs, it is not required by statute to implement these programs. Moreover, they have no authority over utilities that qualify as public agencies which are the vast majority of water service providers in the state. “This is a bill of livelihood that seeks to help about three quarters of Californians in rural areas, where the majority of smaller utility companies could not or choose not to provide them with assistance.” Yamada stated. The right to water is a necessity and we must ensure its affordability.” AB 1434 would direct the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) in conjunction with the Board of Equalization (BOE) to develop and implement a statewide Low-Income Water Rate Assistance Program for low-income ratepayers. Low-income Californians need a statewide program to receive their assistance in order to overcome the problems individual water service providers have in operating a low-income assistance program.   AB 1434 creates a functional collaboration for CSD and the BOE to create these programs and manage the fund that will help millions of Californians with their water bills. For more information about supporting AB 1434 in the hearing, please contact Arturo Salaices, Arturo.Salaices@asm.ca.gov .
Happening April 19 2014 - Source: http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36403:yamadas-water-rate-assistance-bill-will-be-heard-utilities-a-commerce-committee-april-21&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197

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One of Fresno's top 10 most wanted arrested
Fresno police arrested one of its top 10 most-wanted individuals in a Clovis neighborhood Thursday afternoon.Click to Continue »
April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.fresnobee.com/2014/04/17/3883197/one-of-fresnos-most-wanted-arrested.html#storylink=rss

Madera neighbors help capture burglary suspect
A suspected burglar wound up bloodied when he was apprehended early Wednesday morning by residents of a Madera neighborhood, police said.Click to Continue »
April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.fresnobee.com/2014/04/17/3882966/madera-neighbors-help-capture.html#storylink=rss

Little Italy pans new airport rules
Safety restrictions limit development in blossoming neighborhood
April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/apr/18/san-diego-airport-authority-little-italy-rules/

Armed man feared to have hostages inside Whittier apartment
WHITTIER >> Police responded en masse to a Whittier neighborhood where a man armed with a knife and possibly a gun was feared to have hostages inside an apartment, authorities said. The incident began about 4 p.m. as what was … Continue reading →
April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.insidesocal.com/sgvcrime/2014/04/17/armed-man-feared-to-have-hostages-inside-whittier-apartment/

Fatally shot Antioch teen identified
A teenager died Wednesday after he was shot several times in an Antioch neighborhood, police said. Authorities said 16-year-old Jose Guerrero was unresponsive when emergency crews arrived in the 4900 block of Country Hills Drive, just off Hillcrest Avenue, around 8:40 p.m.
April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-courts/ci_25585179/police-boy-found-shot-death-antioch?source=rss

Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Corner: Nixle — emergency information now
Would you like to receive free official emergency notifications if there is a fire, hazard or danger in your neighborhood? Are you doing everything you can to protect and defend your family if a fire or natural disaster struck? While you prepare your emergency supplies, be sure to prepare your “digital emergency lifeline” as well. Start preparing by signing up for Nixle alerts for your phone and your computer.
April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.ramonasentinel.com/2014/04/17/sheriffs-crime-prevention-corner-nixle-%e2%80%94-emergency-information-now/

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