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City of Long Beach, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:2,857
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:25
Forcible Rape:112
Aggravated Assault:1,400
Property Crime:12,816
Larceny Theft:7,329
Motor Vehicle Theft:2,212
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Total population of residents462,257
White resident population recorded213,066
Black or African American resident population recorded62,603
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded3,458
Asian resident population recorded59,496
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded5,253
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded188,412
Resident population of some other race recorded93,930
Resident population of two or more races recorded24,451
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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.
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Police Beat 121013
DUI Arrests S. Coast Hwy | 300 Block | Sunday, December 8 | 1:01 a.m. Cell Caller Suzie Kim, 52, Newport Coast S. Coast Hwy & Moss Street | Saturday, December 7 | 1:51 a.m. Matthew McCray, 24, Rolling Hills Monterey Street | 31400 Block | Saturday | 12:16 a.m. Kevin Bushard Gabrielson, 30, Tustin (with a prior) N. Coast Hwy | 200 Block | Saturday | 12:15 a.m. John James Ronald Ansett. 29, Laguna Beach Incident Reports Sunday, December 8 El Toro Rd & Laguna Canyon Rd | Warrant Arrest 2:45 a.m. Police responded to a report of a stranded motorist and made contact with Temecula resident Dustin Taylor Scott, 23. Wants and warrants came back with a no bail warrant out of San Diego County for violation of probation – dangerous drugs. Ocean Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public 12:05 a.m. Karl William Brady, 24, Anaheim, was arrested for being drunk in public. Saturday, December 7 Park Avenue | 400 Block | Homeless Encampment; Arrests 4:25 p.m. Church staff reported that three people had set up a tent off the alleyway in the back. Police made contact with two men and a woman. One man, Christopher Gregory Reiman, 21, no fixed address, refused an officer’s request to identify himself ‘numerous times” offering only what police termed as, “…evasive answers.” He was eventually taken into custody for illegal lodging, being drunk in public and resisting/delaying/obstructing an officer. It was then learned that he had a Long Beach warrant for misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and being under the influence of a controlled substance with bail of $30,000. Also taken into custody was Adrienne Leigh Sutphin, 21, no fixed address out of West Virginia, on charges of being drunk in public and illegal lodging. The other man was issued a citation for illegal lodging. S. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Vandalism 2:56 p.m. A garage door was damaged. Ramona Avenue | 500 Block | Drunk in Public 10:44 a.m. Curtis Grant Abbott, 50, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. Main Beach | Drunk in Public 6:05 a.m. Robert John Shaw, 55, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. Friday, December 6 S. Coast Hwy | 100 Block | Drunk in Public 7:20 p.m. Daniel Schneider, 48, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. S. Coast Hwy | 2500 Block | Credit Card Fraud 1:33 p.m. A fraudulent AMEX card was used to pay a $4748 hotel bill. Ocean Vista Drive | 21500 Block | Drugs 2:30 a.m. Officers conducted a vehicle search after the driver was determined to be on formal probation. Persons on probation are subject to being searched at all times. Methamphetamine was found leading to the arrest of Nicholas Davila, 23, for felony possession of drugs. Trabuco Canyon resident Trevor Francis Wanket, 23, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance. Thursday, December 5 Poplar Street | 400 Block | Grand Theft 7:56 p.m. The RP reported that three pieces of jewelry valued at $20,000 were missing. Wesley Drive | 21500 Block | Grand Theft 6:34 p.m. Jewelry was stolen from the home. Workmen had been there. Capistrano Beach | Felony Warrant Arrest 9:44 a.m. LBPD detectives arrested Carrie Jo Smith, 44 of Tennessee, on a no bail Alabama warrant for fraud. Police said an informant directed them to her location. The warrant was verified and the arrest followed. Wednesday, December 4 Third Avenue & Wildwood | Warrant Arrest 4:38 p.m. Robert Mario Federiconi, 58, Escondido, was arrested during a traffic stop for a Harbor Court traffic warrant with $15,000 bail. Broadway | 300 Block | Resisting 9:49 a.m. An officer attempted to make contact with a man who had thrown an alcohol bottle after he realized the officer had seen him. The suspect repeatedly refused the officer’s order that he stop but he continued to walk away. A second officer was able to cut him off and Gordon Weider, 66, no fixed address, stopped when he was told a taser would be used if he didn’t. He was arrested for resisting/obstructing/delaying an officer and littering.
December 10 2013 - Source:

Police Beat 120613
DUI Arrests No arrests Incident Reports Tuesday, December 3 PCH & Crown Valley Parkway | Warrant Arrest 2:38 p.m. A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of Orange resident Darryl Christopher Schrage, 45, for a Harbor Court warrant with charges of DUI and being under the influence of a controlled substance. Nestall Road | 3000 Block | Theft 10:57 a.m. A credit card and a gift card were taken. The RP suspects workers who were at the residence earlier. Mar Vista Avenue | 31400 Block | Resisting 10:31 a.m. A caller requested police help with a person standing outside of the home who would not leave. On scene, police contacted Brian Patrick Arndt, 20, Long Beach. He also refused their requests that he be on his way…and he was arrested for resisting/obstructing/delaying a police officer. Monday, December 2 Coast Hwy | 31700 Block | Shoplifting 8:42 p.m. Teens took beer from the 7-11. Bent Street | 400 Block | Vandalism, vehicle 11:28 a.m. Paint was scratched on the RP’s car. Top of The World School | Vandalism 11:28 a.m. Classrooms were tagged over the weekend. Minor damage. Ocean Front | 2100 Block | Drunk in Public 9:28 a.m. Kim Michelle Harris, 46, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. Sunday, December 1 S. Coast Hwy | 500 Block | Grand Theft 9:44 p.m. A woman from Boston left her $1400 camera inside a restaurant earlier. When she returned, the manager checked the security video and observed a suspect taking the camera. Police said they have an active lead that detectives will follow. Anita Street | 500 Block | Burglary, vehicle 2:48 p.m. A wallet and sunglasses were taken from a Mercedes E350. Loss: $400.
December 06 2013 - Source:

Police Beat 120313
DUI Arrests Coast Hwy & West Street | Sunday, December 1 | 2:37 a.m. Joshua Steinhoff, 24, Anaheim Pearl Street | 200 Block | Sunday | 2:25 a.m. Jackson Gossard, 23, Maysville, KY Glenneyre & Cress Street | Sunday | 1:43 a.m. Kenneth Howard Hanzlik, 50, Laguna Beach S. Coast Hwy | 2200 Block | Saturday, November 30 | 1:47 a.m. Joseph Ramirez, 48, Placentia Glenneyre & Legion Street | Wednesday, November 27 | 10:17 p.m. Molly M. Smola, 35, Long Beach Incident Reports Saturday, November 30 Cliff Drive & Circle Way | Drunk in Public 10:59 p.m. Mario Rene Menendez, 31, Buena Park, was arrested for being drunk in public. Ruby Street | 100 Block | Warrant Arrest 10:12 p.m. Casey Joseph Giblin, 25, Mission Viejo, was arrested for a Harbor Court DUI warrant. Cliff Drive | 300 Block | Drunk in Public 3:10 p.m. Ethan Adam Hess, 44, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. Friday, November 29 Alta Laguna Blvd | 3200 Block | Juvenile Court Warrant; Curfew Violation 11:50 p.m. Two juvenile males, 17, were detained for curfew violation. Wants and warrants came back with a no bail Juvenile Court warrant for one of the males – a ward of the court. He was taken to Juvenile Hall. The other male was taken to his parents’ home in Westminster. Coast Hwy & Broadway | Warrant Arrest 9:19 a.m. During a traffic stop, Brittney Rose Martinez, 25, Whittier, was taken into custody for an OC Court traffic warrant with $15,000 bail. Broadway | 300 Block | Felony Warrant Arrest 4:10 p.m. Matthew Paul Benusa, 27, no fixed address, was taken into custody on a no bail warrant from Central Court with a charge of possession of a stolen vehicle. Broadway | 300 Block | Felony Warrant Arrest 2:59 p.m. Jesse Matthew Lincke, 27, no fixed address, was arrested on an outstanding Central Court warrant without bail for probation violation and a Harbor Court warrant for battery on a police officer and being drunk in public. Glenneyre | 400 Block | Warrant Arrest 1:37 p.m. Claudia Bermingham, 48, no fixed address, was arrested on a Harbor Court warrant for vehicle tampering and misdemeanor possession of stolen property. Broadway | 300 Block | Warrant Arrest 9:23 a.m. Charles Lloyd Evans, 50, no fixed address, was arrested for a Harbor Court warrant with two charges of illegal lodging with total bail of $3000. Thursday, November 28 No Reports Wednesday, November 27 Catalina Street | 1000 Block | Petty Theft 4:47 p.m. Someone made off with a front yard mannequin wearing a Green Bay Packers jersey and a cheese head hat. N. Coast Hwy | 1000 Block | Battery; Drunk in Public 4:35 p.m. Police were called about a man causing a disturbance and pushing the manager of a motel. Officers made contact with the suspect at Wave Street and arrested Daniel Schneider, 48, no fixed address, for battery and being drunk in public. Broadway | 300 Block | Drunk in Public 3:18 p.m. Curtis Abbott, 49, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. Tia Juana Street | 800 Block | Grand Theft 12:20 p.m. Named suspects allegedly took $1800 in cash from a backpack in a bedroom.
December 03 2013 - Source:

Police Beat 110513
DUI Arrests Laguna Canyon Road & Canyon Acres Drive | Saturday, November 2 | 11:22 p.m. John Edward Torres, 18, Aliso Viejo Coast Hwy & Montage Resort Drive | Saturday | 4:34 p.m. David John Hendrickson, 72, Huntington Beach Cress Street | 100 Block | Friday, November 1 | 1:33 a.m. Christian Xavier Gutierrez, 33, San Juan Capistrano Incident Reports Sunday, November 3 S. Coast Hwy | 500 Block | Misdemeanor Domestic Violence 12:49 a.m. A caller reported that a man in a brown van had struck a female who was with the caller on S. Coast Hwy. On scene, officers located the van and arrested Arizona resident Stephen Hickey, 55, for misdemeanor domestic battery. Saturday, November 2 N. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Felony Domestic Violence 6:33 p.m. Police responded to the Pavilions parking lot after a caller reported domestic violence. A female told officers that she had recently moved from Utah and that her male friend had made her get out of the car. She provided a description of the vehicle he was driving, which allowed police to stop him not far away. After interviewing both parties, it was determined that the female had been the aggressor. Bobbi Rae Sheffield, 33, Utah, was arrested for felony domestic battery (causing traumatic injury to a cohabitant). Friday, November 1, 2013 Alta Laguna Park | Warrant Arrest 11:56 p.m. Andrea Katrina Rodriguez, 35, Santa Ana, was taken into custody on a Central Court warrant with charges of DUI and driving without a license. Bail was set at $15,000. Park Avenue | 500 Block | Vandalism, vehicle 12:23 p.m. A black Audi A4 was keyed “all over”. Coast Hwy & Third Avenue | Drunk in Public x 2 9:45 a.m. Summer Benda, 20, Hawaiian Gardens and Ronaldo Ochoa, 36, Long Beach were both arrested for being drunk in public. Thursday, October 31 Alternative Sleeping Location | Parole Violation 6:54 p.m. Anthony Scarpinato, 47, no fixed address, was arrested for parole violation and held without bail. Wednesday, October 30 Ocean Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public 11:16 p.m. Shahriyar Fatemian, 31, Laguna Beach, was arrested for being drunk in public. Ocean Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public 8:29 p.m. Gordon L. Weider, 65, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. Cypress Drive | 200 Block | Battery 6:16 p.m. Benjamin Wallace Greyson, 33, was taken into custody for battery after an altercation with a neighbor. Broadway | 200 Block | Warrant Arrest 1:36 p.m. Douglas M. Ferrieri, 25, Santa Ana, was arrested on a North Court warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia with bail of $5500.
November 05 2013 - Source:

Arrest Reports for October 2013
Note: All suspects arrested are presumed innocent until found guilty by a court of law. Arrestes made by Burbank Police Dept. unless otherwise indicated. Updated:  10/4/13 October 3: Teresa Marie Berger, 36, of Long Beach 12:15 a.m. at San Fernando …The post Arrest Reports for October 2013 appeared first on
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JOSHUA CORDER, Age Now: 14, Missing: 02/02/2014. Missing From LONG BEACH, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Long Beach Police Department (California) 1-562-435-6711.
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Endangered Missing: ERIKA LIMON (CA)
ERIKA LIMON, Age Now: 30, Missing: 07/22/1999. Missing From LONG BEACH, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Long Beach Police Department (California) - Juvenile Division - 1-562-570-1426.
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Endangered Runaway: MICAH OEUR (CA)
MICAH OEUR, Age Now: 14, Missing: 08/17/2013. Missing From LONG BEACH, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Long Beach Police Department (California) 1-562-435-6711.
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Rock n' Ride feat. Tour de Downey and Make Music Downey
Join Downey's first annual Tour de Downey bike event and Make Music Downey festival! Register online: Active Net !Event FlyerRegistration Form (*Fill-in Application)BE A SPONSOR! Sponsorship Interest Form                    Deadline: Friday, May 2, 2014Title Spokes Sponsor:Presenting Spokes Sponsor:        Rolling Rest Stop Sponsor:CareMore Medical GroupCheck out Walk'n Rollers's event page for Bike to School Day held May 7**Bike fees INCLUDE T-shirt and goodie bag!**Long Distance RideHow many miles: 35 mile loop to Long Beach and backRegistration Fee:             -Before June 13th-  $25 for Adults/ $18 for Students (ages 8 to 17)                  **NO ONLINE REGISTRATION ACCEPTED AFTER FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH**                        -Day of event registration- $30 for Adults/ $24 for Students (ages 8 to 17)                              **NO T-SHIRT. GOODIE BAG NOT GUARANTEED.(*Riders must be 8 years old+ and those between the age of 8-14 must be accompanied by an adult)Check In Time/Location: 6:30 AM at City Hall Civic Center Departure Time: 7:30 AM                                                                  Community RideHow man
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Past road rage incident leads to Lancaster shooting
LANCASTER – An ongoing feud between two men, stemming from a past road rage incident, escalated into a shooting in Lancaster Sunday afternoon, authorities said. A knife-wielding Lancaster man was shot once in the stomach, and 26-year-old Long Beach resident Eric Deshawn Holliday was arrested in connection with the shooting, according to a press release…
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Long Beach Police Officer In Stable Condition After Accidental Gun Discharge
A Long Beach police officer was in stable condition last Thursday after being accidentally shot when his gun discharged at the North Division sub-station.
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Resolution Over Nurse Contract At Community Hospital Of Long Beach Sparks Ire
Long Beach’s City Council will vote Tuesday on a resolution that would “strongly encourage” MemorialCare and the California Nurses Association to reach an agreement on a contract for nurses at Communi
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Ground Water Becoming Another Big California Fight
The next front in California’s long-running water wars has already opened, and the reasons for it will sometimes be hard to see – but not always. That next fight is over ground water, source of about 35 percent of the state’s fresh water in normal years and a much higher percentage in dry ones like 2014. This battle has the potential to become far more bitter than even the quarrels over how to distribute water from the Delta of the Sacramento and San Joaquin river systems. For it’s all but certain that regulations of some kind will come soon to this only source of California fresh water that currently has virtually none. “In the coming months, I will be working…on strategies for more effective groundwater management,” wrote Democratic state Sen. Fran Pavley of Calabasas in her latest constituent newsletter. When Pavley broaches a subject like this, no one involved can afford to ignore her. Only last year, she authored the state’s first regulations on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) for oil and natural gas, and back in 2006, she was the force behind the AB32 restrictions on greenhouse gases, progenitor of the state’s ever-controversial cap-and-trade program. For sure, the long-running drought here is producing conditions that almost demand regulation. As things get drier, especially for San Joaquin Valley farms now drawing just a small fraction of their normal water entitlements from both the state Water Project and the federal Central Valley Project, many of those farmers are pumping ground water furiously to keep their crops and businesses alive. The longstanding presumption here has been that if there’s water under your land and you have a well, you can take as much as you want. That has sometimes ignored effects on other nearby property owners and the public. One of those effects can be land subsidence, which in some Central Valley locales has topped 20 feet and can be spotted by passing motorists who see instruments and wellheads that once were on the surface perched on pipes reaching high above the current ground level. Subsidence, in turn, can lead to problems moving surface water in canals, something water agencies cannot long tolerate. Over-pumping ground water can also spur intrusions of brackish salt water into fresh water aquifers. The reality is that some of California’s most significant environmental laws have been the direct results of crises. The Field Act, passed just after the 1933 Long Beach earthquake, changed the way schools all over the state are built. Building standards for other structures changed immensely after the 1971 San Fernando earthquake severely damaged the Olive View Medical Center. The drought of 1975-77 produced major water conservation changes, among them wide government distribution of low-flow toilets and shower heads, now standard in new homes and one reason today’s drought has not yet proved as disastrous as previous ones. So far, drought has not produced great enthusiasm for Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed twin tunnels water project to bring Sacramento River water under the Delta to the state’s aqueduct. That’s partly because in return for more than $20 billion, the state would get no more water, even if the tunnels might assure more level supplies from year to year. So far, the main backers are water districts on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley, whose member farmers are prone to major water allocation swings from year to year. So that project won’t go anywhere for awhile. Which could mean that legislators who want at least to purvey the image of doing something about the drought will become more likely to adopt ground water regulations. If they try this, expect another loud and large fight to break out, as farmers and water districts with wells of their own can be expected to fight anyone trying to tell them what to do with water they’ve long viewed as their own property.
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

2:14-cv-02831 Anthony Del Real, et al v. City of Long Beach, et al
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Long Beach Child Hurt By Dog During Bank Confrontation
A small child was wounded after approaching a dog inside the Second Street Bank of America.
April 14 2014 - Source:

Long Beach police officer injured when gun fires accidentally
A Long Beach police officer at the North Division Police Substation was injured Thursday when a gun accidentally discharged, police said Friday. Police spokeswoman Marlene Arrona said the incident occurred about 6:10 p.m. when an officer “sustained...
April 13 2014 - Source:

Humboldt Bus Accident Included Two Long Beach Unified School District Students
There were two Long Beach Unified School District students involved in a deadly charter bus accident Thursday evening in Northern California, but officials said both students sustained non-life-threat
April 11 2014 - Source:

Man Charged in Cousin's Stabbing Death
LONG BEACH - A Lake Elsinore man pleaded not guilty today to a murder charge stemming from his cousin's stabbing death at an apartment building in Long Beach. Bryant Keith Underwood, 29, is charged in the killing of Ahkeem Johnson, 27, who was died Tuesday from multiple stab wounds suffered in his apartment unit in the 2000 block of Locust Avenue. Underwood was arrested near the scene and booked on suspicion of murder, according to the District Attorney's Office. Police were sent to the scene based on 911 calls about strange noises coming from Johnson's apartment, according to prosecutors. Underwood remains jailed on just over $1 million bail. He is due back in court in Long Beach April 17. If convicted as charged, he faces up to life in state prison, according to the District Attorney's Office.
April 11 2014 - Source:

Long Beach Shooting Kills One, Wounds Another
Two men were shot in Long Beach Saturday night, and one died Tuesday.
April 09 2014 - Source:

Long Beach Man Stabbed To Death At Home
A man was arrested for allegedly stabbing another man to death early Tuesday morning.
April 08 2014 - Source:

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