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Violent Crime:13
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:0
Robbery:3
Aggravated Assault:9
Property Crime:198
Burglary:85
Larceny Theft:90
Motor Vehicle Theft:23
Arson:1
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Total population of residents4,844
White resident population recorded3,669
Black or African American resident population recorded95
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded399
Asian resident population recorded35
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded9
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded1,083
Resident population of some other race recorded323
Resident population of two or more races recorded314
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Narcotics Raid in Paso Robles
On April 12 at approximately 7:00 a.m., the Paso Robles Special Enforcement Team served a narcotics related search warrant on Serra Way in Paso Robles. The team discovered about .5 grams heroin, numerous hypodermic needles, and evidence of heroin use, prescription pills, and other drug paraphernalia.  The investigation revealed that the residence was being used ... The post Narcotics Raid in Paso Robles appeared first on KVEC.
April 15 2014 - Source: http://920kvec.com/narcotics-raid-paso-robles/

Arrest and Daily Activity Log for October 9, 2013
Arrest Log 10/8/2013 13-04102 Hoover, Paul Frank 12/18/1964 11377(A) HS, 11379(A) HS, 11364.1(a) HS 300 POLE LINE RD Daily Activity Log *========================================================================== 05:31 EXTRA PATROL 131008027 Officer initiated activity at Hanover Dr, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 05:32 CITY CODE VIOLATION 131008028 Occurred on Elmwood Dr, Davis. SUBJS TAKING RECYCLEABLES FRM BINS ON THE STREET, LS ON WESTSIDE LOOP TWDS THE CHURCH. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 05:40 DISTURBANCE VERBAL 131008029 Occurred on Ohlone St, Davis. EX BF BARGED INTO APT AND STARTED TO CHASE RP'S CURRENT BF, BOTH ENDED UP OUTSIDE, EX BF POSS LEFT IN A SIL IMPALA, RP CAN'T LOCATE HER CURRENT BF, DISCONNECTED PRIOR TO GETTING NAMES OF MALES. . Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 06:59 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 131008032 Occurred at El Pescador Ct/Valdora St, Davis. ON EL PESCADOR, VAN PARKED AND POSS OCCUPIED, RP BELIEVES THE VEH APPEARS SUSPICIOUS WHI OLDER MODEL VAN W/ GRAY PINSTRIPE AND TINTED WINDOWS. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 07:03 ROBBERY ALARM 131008034 Occurred on Pistachio Ct, Davis. . Disposition: False Alarm. *========================================================================== 07:25 EXTRA PATROL 131008035 Officer initiated activity at W 14TH St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 07:56 RECKLESS DRIVING 131008041 Occurred at Wb Covell/ J St on E Covell Bl/J St. , Davis. VEH OCC'D BY 4 SUBJS DRIVING W/ EXCESS SPEED 20 AGO, DRIVER HAD NO REGARD FOR PEDS AND WAS RUNNING STOP SIGNS. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 08:00 EXTRA PATROL 131008044 Officer initiated activity at E 14TH St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 08:14 EXTRA PATROL 131008047 Officer initiated activity at Research Park Dr, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 08:15 BURGLARY ALARM 131008048 Occurred on Sycamore Ln, Davis. AUDIBLE- POA/ENTRY DOOR. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 08:34 911 HANG UP 131008052 Occurred on John Jones Rd, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 08:36 TRAFFIC HAZARD 131008053 Occurred on Arroyo Av, Davis. DOG CAUSING 1125, LT BRO PIT BULL OR MIX W/ NO COLLAR, UNK IF AGGRESSIVE. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 09:27 HEALTH AND SAFETY/DRUG ACTIVITY 131008063 Officer initiated activity at Pole Line Rd, Davis. . Disposition: Arrest Made. *========================================================================== 09:32 HIT AND RUN 131008065 Occurred at W 8TH St/Miller Dr, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 09:56 PROPERTY LOST/FOUND 131008073 Occurred on Donner Av, Davis. AT PROP LINE THAT BACKS UP TO ATHLETIC CLUB, 2 COTTON WHI BAGS W/ UNK MATERIAL INSIDE. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 10:07 EXTRA PATROL 131008074 Officer initiated activity at E 14TH St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 10:09 911 HANG UP 131008075 Occurred on Sycamore Ln, Davis. MAPS TO SE CORNER, ATTEMPTING CALLBK. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 10:14 911 HANG UP 131008076 Occurred on Kennedy Pl, Davis. IMMEDIATE DISCONNECT, ATTEMPTING CALLBK. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 10:14 EXTRA PATROL 131008077 Officer initiated activity at Pole Line Rd/Moore Bl, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 10:24 PROPERTY LOST/FOUND 131008080 Occurred on W Covell Bl, Davis. RP ON FOOT IFO BUSN TO POINT OUT LOC, LOCATED HYPODERMIC NEEDLES AND DOES NOT WANT TO TOUCH THEM. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 10:28 EXTRA PATROL 131008082 Officer initiated activity at W 14TH St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 11:19 EXTRA PATROL 131008092 Officer initiated activity at B St, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 11:43 EXTRA PATROL 131008094 Officer initiated activity at Alhambra Dr, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 11:54 PUBLIC CONTACT 131008096 Occurred on Becerra Wy, Davis. RE: POSSIBLE KNOWN NEIGHBOR THAT IS HARRASSING RP - RP REQ'G ADVICE. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 12:20 911 HANG UP 131008102 Occurred on Barkley St, Davis. IMMEDIATE HU-NO DISTRESS HEARD. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 12:46 WELFARE CHECK 131008105 Occurred on Ashland Tr, Davis. . SUBJ HAS BEEN HARASSING ANOTHER STUDENT FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME AND IS NOW SENDING EMAILS TO RP ASKING FOR HER ASSISTANCE IN GETTING THE OTHER X BACK. Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 12:50 911 HANG UP 131008106 Occurred on Boston Tr, Davis. IMMEDIATE HANG UP, ATTEMPTING CALLBK. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 13:16 HARASSMENT 131008109 Occurred on Cowell Bl, Davis. @ 0800 HOURS THIS AM , RP LEFT HER APT AND SAW A VEH OCC'D BY 3 MALES SITTING IN A VEH, MALES ATTEMPTED TO GET RP'S ATTENTION BY MAKING DEROGATORY NOISES THEN FOLLOWED RP , CONTINUALLY YELLING AT RP -- SILV 90'S MODEL SEDAN. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 13:16 911 HANG UP 131008110 Occurred on Inner Ci, Davis. OPEN LINE W/ DEAD AIR -- ATTEMPTING CALLBK -- ON CALLBK LINE DOESN'T EVEN RING, POSS PHONE PROBLEMS. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 13:20 MISSING PERSON 131008112 Occurred on Shasta Dr, Davis. STUDENT AWOL FROM PATWIN AND EB SHASTA. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 13:30 HIT AND RUN 131008114 Occurred on Olive Dr, Davis. OCC'D IN PLOT 5 MINS AGO, BLU MINIVAN HIT RP'S VEH IN PLOT. RP TRIED TO EXCHANGE INFO W/ OTHER PARTY, BUT THE DRIVER WAS UNCOOPERATIVE AND DROVE-OFF TOWARDS RICHARDS/OLIVE. WFA 45-50 YOA SHORT DIRTY BLN HAIR. RP WILL BE IN PLOT IN RED CHEVY COBALT. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 13:33 PUBLIC CONTACT 131008116 Occurred on Anza Av, Davis. RP REC'D NOISE COMPLAINT YESTERDAY REGARDING HER POOL MOTOR & NOW HAS QUESTIONS REGARDING CITY NOISE LAWS. . Disposition: Civil Problem. *========================================================================== 13:36 WELFARE CHECK 131008118 Occurred on F St, Davis. MALE HAS COME INTO BRANCH SEVERAL TIMES TODAY- IS PARANOID THAT FBI KIDNAPPED HIM, ASSASSINS ARE OUT TO GET HIM AND POSS 5150 OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE. Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 13:55 MISSING PERSON 131008119 Occurred on Sycamore Ln, Davis. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS FOR RP'S SON IS ON SYCAMORE LANE, RP REC'D TEXT FROM MALE 8-31-13 INDICATING HE WAS MOVING ACROSS THE STREET AND HAD A FINAL PENDING @ UCD, MALE HAS SINCE DROPPED ALL HIS CLASSES -- NO VEH ASSOC. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 14:05 CITY CODE VIOLATION 131008121 Occurred on W Covell Bl, Davis. COMPETITOR HANDING OUT FLIERS IN PLOT. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 14:28 FRAUD 131008125 Occurred on Cowell Bl, Davis. RP WAS CTC'D BY HER BANK REF A FRAUD CHARGE ON HER HUSB'S CREDIT CARD.. CHARGE OCC'D ON 11/05/12 BY A COLLECTION AGENCY THAT CLEANED AN APT AT MOVE OUT CHARGE FOR $500. . Disposition: Online Crime Report. *========================================================================== 14:38 FRAUD 131008128 Occurred on Lake Bl, Davis. RP REQ LL REF POSS INTERNET SCAM. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 15:09 911 HANG UP 131008132 Occurred on Cranbrook Ct, Davis. OPEN LINE, POCKET NOISES, NO DISTRESS HEARD. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 15:23 WELFARE CHECK 131008136 Occurred on Cranbrook Ct, Davis. RP SPOKE W/ PATIENT AT 1515 HRS TODAY & STATED SHE WOULDN'T BE ABLE TO MAKE MTG TODAY . FEMALE POSS GRAVELY DISABLED-TOLD RP THAT SHE IS HBD AND DEFENSIVE. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 15:39 PUBLIC CONTACT 131008138 Occurred on Reed Dr, Davis. **RP REQ'G LL FOR ADV ON POSS SCAM**. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 15:48 EXTRA PATROL 131008139 Officer initiated activity at Pole Line Rd/Moore Bl, Davis. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 16:18 911 HANG UP 131008144 Occurred on Pole Line Rd, Davis. IMMEDIATE HU, NO DISTRESS. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 17:05 911 HANG UP 131008154 Occurred on E St, Davis. MAPS TO AREA-IMMEDIATE HU, NO DISTRESS. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 17:17 PUBLIC CONTACT 131008156 Occurred on 5TH St, Davis. **FRONT COUNTER, RP REQUEST TO SPEAK TO SGT. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 18:27 TRAFFIC HAZARD 131008162 Officer initiated activity at Mace Bl, Davis.SOUTHBOUND STALLED VEH. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 18:41 911 HANG UP 131008164 Occurred on F St, Davis. IMMEDIATE HANG UP. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 18:41 911 HANG UP 131008165 Occurred on Russell Bl, Davis. UCD REFER, MAPPING TO CELL TOWER, PHASE 1. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 19:00 911 HANG UP 131008166 Occurred at W Covell Bl/Anderson Rd, Davis. IMMEDIATE HANG UP. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 19:20 PUBLIC CONTACT 131008167 Occurred on 5TH St, Davis. RP'S SON RECEIVED BICYCLE CITE AND HE HAS QUESTIONS. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 19:23 BURGLARY ALARM 131008169 Occurred on Holly Ln, Davis. GARAGE TO HOUSE DOOR ENTRY. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 19:36 IDENTITY THEFT 131008170 Occurred on Glide Dr, Davis. ID THEFT REPORT. . Disposition: Report Taken. *========================================================================== 20:01 RECKLESS DRIVING 131008171 Occurred at Marina Ci/Lake Bl - North, Davis. RP WAS FOLLOWED BY VEH FOR SEVERAL MILES - RP PULLED OVER AT ABOVE INTERSECTION AND WAS CONFRONTED BY THE MALE DRIVER. . Disposition: Advised. *========================================================================== 20:14 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 131008173 Occurred on Coolidge Ct, Davis. 45 AGO, RP'S NEIGHBOR FOUND MALE SUBJ HIDING IN ANOTHER NEIGHBOR'S BUSHES. Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 20:38 BARKING DOG 131008174 Occurred on Anza Av, Davis. DOG BARKING FOR PAST HOUR. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP. *========================================================================== 20:54 RECKLESS DRIVING 131008176 Occurred on Loyola Dr, Davis. TAN HONDA DRIVING ALONG BIKE PATH W/ITS LIGHTS OFF - ALMOST HIT RP AND OTHER PEDESTRIANS. . Disposition: Unable to Locate. *========================================================================== 21:02 BURGLARY ALARM 131008179 Occurred on Olive Dr, Davis. ROLL UP DOORS. . Disposition: False Alarm. *========================================================================== 22:37 DISTURBANCE VERBAL 131008190 Occurred on Bidwell St, Davis. RP'S ROOMMATE THREATENED TO HIT HER AND HER BOYFRIEND. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 23:03 VANDALISM 131008192 Occurred on Waxwing Pl, Davis. (Hundred block.) GROUP OF JUVS TP'ING HOUSES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. . Disposition: Service. *========================================================================== 23:52 911 HANG UP 131008195 Occurred on , Davis. (Hundred block.) OPEN 911 LINE, WHISPERING IN THE BACKGROUND. . Disposition: Cancelled by RP.
October 09 2013 - Source: http://police.cityofdavis.org:80/daily-activity-log/arrest-and-daily-activity-log-for-october-9-2013

Hollister Police Honored For Efforts Against Drunk Driving
HOLLISTER, California -- On April 09, 2013 Hollister Police Officers and San Benito County Deputies were honored at an event in Monterey, CA for their efforts against drunk driving.The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the California AVOID Campaign held a seminar in Monterey to honor those men and women in Law Enforcement that have made efforts to stop the needless and preventable deaths in California’s roadways caused by drunk or impaired driving.Officers from the surrounding area that have made the most DUI arrests for their agency were honored with an award. MADD also honored those officers and deputies who had a significant amount of “Hand off” stops: in which they stopped a suspected DUI driver and “handed off” the arrest to another officer. In the case of the Sheriff’s Office, given over to the California Highway Patrol.The following local officers and deputies were honored:Officer
August 04 2013 - Source: http://hollister.kionrightnow.com/news/news/586342-hollister-police-honored-efforts-against-drunk-driving

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Santa Cruz County's needle exchange to make more changes
Drug needles were thrown back into the spotlight Tuesday as the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors received an annual report on the county-run Syringe Services Program.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.ksbw.com/news/central-california/santa-cruz/santa-cruz-countys-needle-exchange-makes-more-changes/25501408

Accrediting Commission Team to Evaluate Mission College
Photo Courtesy An evaluation team from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) is expected to visit Los Angeles Mission College next week to determine whether the college has adequately addressed and improved in areas of concern. Last year, the community college was given a “warning” status following a site visit in March. A coalition of students want the team to go beyond the report the administration has prepared, and speak directly with them. A spokesman in the Mission College president’s office said President Monte Perez was meeting at the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) office in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, April 16, and another meeting with the district was scheduled for April 23. LACCD spokesman Steve Springer said the accreditation team is scheduled to be on the campus beginning April 24. There were be a public hearing on April 28 at 1:30 p.m. in the Culinary Arts building but that hearing is to discuss new standards for accreditation not the situation at Mission College. Mission College administrators have submittED a lengthy report for the accrediting team, addressing the fourteen problem areas cited that include student learning outcomes, the school’s low 6.4 percent transfer rates, lack of student involvement, and issues relating to the lack of collegiality [campus relationships]. The negative report handed down last year by the evaluating team acknowledged a history of “bullying” at Mission College that has been attributed to an unstable administration. There have been five presidents at Mission over a nine year period. Students at the college have complained about an atmosphere of “administrative bullying” that has little regard for their concerns. They want to be heard when the evaluating team visits their campus to hear their concerns directly about deferred maintenance that include deplorable conditions in restrooms, threatening grafitti that isn't removed and the lack of basic needs like toilet paper. These conditions are indicative they believe are of a general complacency and disregard for students. Over recent months, a coalition of students has protested the administration’s denial of tenure for popular theater professor Guillermo Aviles-Rodriguez. There are several concerns they want addressed and at the top of their list is, to 'be heard.' They equate the school's poor transfer rates with poor counseling. “It [Mission College] has not been what I expected. I came here with the thought that the school actually cared about not only us, the students, but also about itself. Needless to say I was wrong,” said Stephanie Arellano, a freshman. “At first I didn’t pay too much attention to the stalls not having toilet paper, or the stains on the stairs in the Instructional Building. But as the semester went on the school closed down most of the bathrooms, so now I had to walk across the building and run to class if I needed to go. “The bathrooms are dirty about fifty percent of the time with no toilet paper or seat covers,' the student continued. 'Trash is on the floor and on the sinks sometimes. The trash cans are full, some of the stalls don’t have locks because they are broken. Even the door into the bathroom is broken; the way they keep it open is a trash can in between the door.” The students have taken pictures of the conditions hoping to show them to the accreditation team when they visit the campus. Students also describe a big problem at the counseling office describing it as inefficient and disorganized. “Personally, I have seen three different counselors to discuss transcripts, courses I need, majors, and the transferring process, and each and every time I experienced apathy, boredom, lack of knowledge of the subject, and a disinterest in helping the student directly from the professional hired to be and do the exact opposite,” said Nefertit Nava. “Students often need plenty of guidance in navigating the academic sphere, and not having access to this supportive aid, makes one feel as though their success is of little importance to those working at the school,” he said. 'The Counseling Department at LAMC has absolutely no clue on how to help students transfer, and that is not on me, that is on LAMC,” echoed Samantha Jo Jaffray. “I made an appointment with a counselor and received the wrong information. They gave me a form of the classes I needed, and when I showed it to my younger brother who is about to transfer from nearby Glendale Community to CSUN, he showed me that it wasn't even the right form for the school I was looking to transfer to.” Jaffray has also been among a core group of students who have protested the denial of tenure for Aviles-Rodriguez. Jaffray said she was told by a Mission College administrator that it would be “difficult for her to transfer, if she continues to protest on behalf of her teacher.” Students complain about the lack of general classes needed for them to graduate, describing students sitting on the floor during the first days of class trying to compete for a few empty slots. “At Mission it’s hard to make an appointment with the scarce school counselors. In my experience I first made my entire class schedules and educational goals with the transfer counselor,” said Lisette Asturiias. “Along with having no help, I can’t even take classes that are in my major because they keep getting dropped.” The students said they hope the accrediting team will do more than attend administrative meetings and follow the prepared tour that school administrators have planned for them. They hope there will be an opportunity to speak with them. Mission College administrators have designated a “Free Speech” area for students to hold protests, but the students complain that have been told they cannot “put a toe” outside of it without risk of being confronted by Sheriff's and threatened with suspension by the administration. The students said that they are also very concerned with the strong presence of the Sheriff ’s Department on campus, which they describe as intimidating students from speaking freely. 'When student Ann Marie Catano was suspended, it was clearly a message sent for the rest of us.' Jaffray said.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.sanfernandosun.com/sanfernsun/news/10564-accrediting-commission-team-to-evaluate-mission-college

DINUBA POLICE DEPARTMENT TAKING BACK UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DINUBA POLICE DEPARTMENY TAKING BACK UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION DRUGSOn April 26, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Dinuba Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its eighth opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.  Bring your pills for disposal to The Dinuba Police Department located at 680 S. Alta Avenue, Dinuba. (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.)  The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.   Last October, Americans turned in 324 tons (over 647,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at over 4,114 sites operated by the DEA and its thousands of state and local law enforcement partners.  When those results are combined with what was collected in its seven previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in over 3.4 million pounds—more than 1,700 tons—of pills.  This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue.  Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs.  Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards. DEA is in the process of approving new regulations that implement the Safe and Responsible Drug Disposal Act of 2010, which amends the Controlled Substances Act to allow an “ultimate user” (that is, a patient or their family member or pet owner) of controlled substance medications to dispose of them by delivering them to entities authorized by the Attorney General to accept them.  The Act also allows the Attorney General to authorize long term care facilities to dispose of their residents’ controlled substances in certain instances. 
Happening April 16 2014 - Source: http://www.dinuba.org/index.php/about-dinuba/news-events/item/435-dinuba-police-department-taking-back-unwanted-prescription-drugs

Routine Police Stop Leads To Drugs, Stolen Electronics & Weapons Bust
A routine Santa Monica police vehicle stop for expired tags on Thursday, April 3 led to the arrest of a couple found in possession of large fixed bladed knives, a .38 caliber revolver handgun, three types of illegal drugs, and stolen electronics. Officers of the Santa Monica Police Department spotted a vehicle driving with expired tags in the area of Lincoln Boulevard and Grant Street at 1:11 am on this day. The officers stopped this vehicle in the 2000 block of Lincoln Boulevard. As the officers were approaching the vehicle they noticed there were several people inside, and that one of the rear passengers appeared to be attempting to conceal something in a suspicious manner. The officers asked all the occupants to vacate the vehicle and then conducted a consensual search. The officers found two large fixed bladed knives, methamphetamine, and a key to a room at the Santa Monica Motel upon the person of the suspicious passenger. They also discovered two hypodermic needles on the floor of the vehicle. The officers discovered this man was on active probation, so they paid a visit to the motel, located at 2102 Lincoln Boulevard. When they arrived they used the key to open the door, and discovered a woman inside the room. The officers conducted another consensual search and found several baggies containing cocaine, methamphetamine, and heroin. They also found multiple electronic devices and a .38 caliber revolver handgun that was wrapped in a pillowcase. A computer check revealed that the electronics were taken from a recent burglary in Venice. The female motel occupant was arrested. The officers discovered that the female was the girlfriend of the male passenger that they previously arrested. They charged the 24-year-old woman, of Burbank, with possession of stolen property, possession of narcotics, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was set at $20,000. They charged the aforementioned vehicle passenger, a 28-year-old Santa Monica resident, with probation violation, possession of stolen property, possession of narcotics, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was set at $250,000. Editor’s Note: These reports are part of a regular police coverage series entitled “Alert Police Blotter” (APB), which injects some minor editorial into certain police activities in Santa Monica. Not all of The Mirror’s coverage of incidents involving police are portrayed in this manner. More serious crimes and police-related activities are regularly reported without editorial in the pages of the Santa Monica Mirror and its website, smmirror.com.
Happening April 15 2014 - Source: http://www.smmirror.com/articles/News/Routine-Police-Stop-Leads-To-Drugs-Stolen-Electronics--Weapons-Bust/39955

FVPD TAKING BACK UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
On April 26th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Fountain Valley Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its eighth opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.  Bring your pills for disposal to 10200 Slater Ave. Fountain Valley, CA. 92708 (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.)  The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.   Last October, Americans turned in 324 tons (over 647,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at over 4,114 sites operated by the DEA and its thousands of state and local law enforcement partners.  When those results are combined with what was collected in its seven previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in over 3.4 million pounds—more than 1,700 tons—of pills.   This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue.  Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs.  Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards.   DEA is in the process of approving new regulations that implement the Safe and Responsible Drug Disposal Act of 2010, which amends the Controlled Substances Act to allow an “ultimate user” (that is, a patient or their family member or pet owner) of controlled substance medications to dispose of them by delivering them to entities authorized by the Attorney General to accept them.  The Act also allows the Attorney General to authorize long term care facilities to dispose of their residents’ controlled substances in certain instances
Happening April 15 2014 - Source: http://www.fvpd.org/a/index.php?d=department&p=news_item&a=183

Needles, CA: Denny’s restaurant is not closing.
Needles, CA: Denny’s restaurant is not closing. When what was said to the people to be a rumor, turns out to be true, should people believe every rumor there is because it might be true? As the once rumored Bashas grocery store, located at 1010 East Broadway in Needles, California, prepares to close on Friday, […]
Happening April 15 2014 - Source: http://zachnews.wordpress.com/2014/04/14/needles-ca-dennys-restaurant-is-not-closing/

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Authorities seize 445 pounds of marijuana
California and Arizona authorities teamed to seize 445 pounds of marijuana after serving a dozen search warrants at residences and medical marijuana dispensaries in Needles, Calif., and at residences in Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City.
February 02 2014 - Source: http://www.havasunews.com/news/authorities-seize-pounds-of-marijuana/article_d3993424-8c9b-11e3-a391-0019bb2963f4.html

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Parker Dam
Patton
Phelan
Pinon Hills
Pioneertown
Rancho Cucamonga
Red Mountain
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Rialto
Rimforest
Running Springs
San Bernardino
Skyforest
Sugarloaf
Trona
Twentynine Palms
Twin Peaks
Upland
Victorville
Vidal
Wrightwood
Yermo
Yucaipa
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