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|Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft:||159|
|Information About People and Demographics|
|Total population of residents||100,097|
|White resident population recorded||70,880|
|Black or African American resident population recorded||4,132|
|American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded||1,079|
|Asian resident population recorded||9,765|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded||368|
|Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded||24,727|
|Resident population of some other race recorded||7,928|
|Resident population of two or more races recorded||5,945|
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| Police Beat 121013|
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
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: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10406:police-beat-121013&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
| Police Beat 112613|
N. Coast Hwy | 1300 Block | Sunday, November 24 | 2:31 a.m.
Timothy Michael Gulliver, 27, Temecula
Laguna Canyon Road | 3000 Block | Saturday, November 23 | 3:18 a.m. Traffic Crash
Tiffany Atkinson, 36, Costa Mesa (with a prior)
Cliff Drive & Beach Street | Saturday | 1:35 a.m.
Jairo Romomarugan, 35, San Diego
N. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Friday, November 22 | 1:50 a.m.
Cedric Claude Guy Dacquay, 23, Irvine
Coast Hwy & Vista Del Sol | Thursday, November 21 | 11:35 p.m. Traffic Crash
Steven Martin Chernow, 60, Laguna Niguel
Sunday, November 24
S. Coast Hwy & St. Ann’s Drive | Drunk in Public
12:57 a.m. Nicholas Hunt, 25, New York, was arrested for being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Drunk in Public
Midnight. Christopher James Noble, 22, San Diego
Saturday, November 23
Third Street | 300 Block | Drunk in Public
7:42 p.m. Gordon Neider, 65, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Griffith Way | 600 Block | Warrant Arrest
5:21 p.m. Officers responded to the area for a reported disturbance. On scene, they arrested Shannon Christine Belknap, 31, Laguna Beach, on a Harbor Court warrant for failure to appear and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Broadway Bus Depot | Warrant Arrest
3:41 p.m. David Edward Lente, 47, no fixed address, was taken into custody for an outstanding Harbor Court warrant with a charge of public intoxication. The court set bail at $5000.
N. Coast Hwy & Boat Canyon Drive | Burglary, vehicle
4:04 p.m. Equipment valued at $900 was taken out of a locked van.
Friday, November 22
Anita Street | 400 Block | Drugs; Theft
8:08 p.m. A 17-year-old male was arrested for possession of heroin and theft after his mother called police. The boy had been a reported runaway for about a week, police said. Officers found a small amount of heroin on a knife in his possession and he admitted to stealing a $500 necklace from his mother earlier in the week. He said he’d sold it but didn’t recall who bought it from him. He was booked at the city jail and released to his mother.
Coast Hwy | 31800 Block | Drunk in Public
2:11 p.m. Michael Faircloth, 57, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Broadway | 200 Block | Warrant Arrest
9:40 a.m. Gary E. Rice, 60, Garden Grove, was arrested on a Harbor Court traffic warrant.
Ceanothus Drive | 31100 Block | Vandalism
9:34 a.m. A tree was cut down on the RP’s property.
Thursday, November 21
Broadway | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
4:29 p.m. Christopher Hawks, 47, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Pinecrest Drive | 300 Block | Burglary, residential
3:57 p.m. Golf Clubs valued at $450 were stolen from the RP’s garage.
Victory Walk | 1200 Block | Grand Theft
11:02 a.m. Outdoors furniture value at $1500 was taken.
N. Coast Hwy | 1300 Block | Under the Influence
5:51 a.m. Julie Anne Lane, 23, no fixed address, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Wednesday, November 20
N. Coast Hwy | 100 Block | Vandalism, vehicle
10:28 p.m. A man threw a brick through the window of a BMW. Police were unable to locate the suspect in the area.
Forest Avenue | 300 Block | Shoplifting
1:08 p.m. A bracelet valued at $700 was taken from a boutique.
Lower Cliff Drive | 200 Block | Stolen Car
A 1993 black Honda Civic was stolen.
Dyer Place | 1000 Block | Warrant Arrest
10:25 a.m. Police assisted a resident in removing an unwanted guest. The guest, Adrianne Marie Freeman, 34, San Diego, was arrested for a Harbor Court traffic warrant with $1500 bail.
S. Coast Hwy | 2000 Block | Vandalism
7:17 a.m. A caller said a known suspect was throwing eggs at the house. Police were not able to locate the suspect in the area.November 26 2013
- Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10278:police-beat-112613&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
| Police Beat 082013|
S. Coast Hwy & Pearl Street | Sunday, August 18 | 3:40 a.m.
Joseph Emanuel Mendoza, 24, Camarillo (with a prior)
El Toro Road & 73 Toll Road | Saturday, August 17 | 12:26 a.m.
Samuel Castro, 42, Mission Viejo
A passenger, David Farrell Sestini, 40, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public
S. Coast Hwy & Anita Street | Saturday | 12:26 a.m.
Cary Charles Sowers, 52, Colorado
Laguna Canyon Road & Canyon Acres Drive | Thursday, August 15 | 9:43 p.m. Cell Caller
Stefanie Orbregoso, 29, Aliso Viejo
Coast Hwy | 31600 Block | Thursday | 8:47 p.m. Traffic Crash
Virginia Annette Armstrong, 50, Laguna Beach
Sunday, August 18
S. Coast Hwy | 900 Block | Vandalism
6:33 a.m. Someone smashed the memorial in front of Penguin Café put together by community members to honor William McMurray.
Park Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
12:42 a.m. Bradford Arthur Sturtevant, 39, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Saturday, August 17
Fairview Street | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
7:44 p.m. Police responded to a report of a man creating a disturbance by knocking on doors at several home on Fairview. A caller said he indicated he was looking for an old girlfriend. As it turned out – that old girlfriend was one of the callers and she didn’t want him there either. The cops were given the following description according to the police log: “…wearing Levi shorts, a gray T-shirt, a hat and yellow shoes…a very large man…” They were able to find him straight away and arrested Texas resident Jeffrey Scott Lujan, 43, for being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy | 700 Block | Shoplifting
7:06 p.m. Jewelry valued at $140 was taken. The suspect was described as a older man with a dark complexion wearing a black fedora.
Coast Hwy | 30300 Block | Drunk in Public
12:36 p.m. A man was reportedly passed out on the beach between Blue Lagoon and Montage Laguna Beach. Curtis Abbott, 48, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Laguna Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
3:13 a.m. Ryan Patrick McGier, 26, Trabuco Canyon, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Friday, August 16
Forest Avenue | 300 Block | Shoplifting
11:26 a.m. A woman left the store without paying for a purse. She was described as in her mid 40s with dark hair and wearing a multi-colored print dress. She drove off in a silver Prius.
S. Coast Hwy | 1100 Block | Drunk in Public
2:14 a.m. A cab driver asked for help – his fare was passed out in the backseat. Sterling Jack Whitaker, 28, San Clemente, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Thursday, August 15
Oceanfront | 700 Block | Theft from a Vehicle
6:03 p.m. A purse was taken from an unlocked vehicle. The RP told police that a credit card had been used in Temecula.
Cliff Drive | 400 Block | Drunk in Public
3:23 p.m. Ronnie Doyle Roberts, 54, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. He was arrested on the same charge on Wednesday.
Wednesday, August 14
S. Coast Hwy & Pearl Street | Warrant Arrest
6:34 p.m. Jonathan Hansen, 23, Laguna Beach, was taken into custody for an outstanding Harbor Court warrant with a charge of battery. Bail: $15,000.
N. Coast Hwy & Emerald Bay | Warrant Arrest
5:30 p.m. Newport Coast resident Paul Anthony Minite, 29, was arrested for a Harbor Court warrant with a change of vandalism. Bail was set at $25,000.
PCH & Crown Valley Parkway | Warrant Arrest
2:04 p.m. Ladera Ranch resident Arturo Vazquez, 36, was arrested for a Harbor Court warrant for operating a commercial vehicle with improper registration. Bail: $10,000,
S. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Drunk in Public x 2
1:50 p.m. Alexander Harrison Harris, 65, no fixed address, and Ryan Philip Hess, 47, no fixed address, were arrested for being drunk in public after the were found passed out in an alleyway.
S. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Felony Vandalism
7:36 p.m. A BMW 535i was keyed down both sides.August 20 2013
- Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9412:police-beat-082013&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
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| Starbucks no more? Beloved coffee house to relocate|
The Starbucks located at 40695 Winchester Road is set to close its doors April 15 in order to move to a new location, but many longtime customers are upset about the move because they say the new location will be difficult to get to and will not have the same ambience as the current location. For more than a decade and a half, the Winchester Road franchise has been drawing in a steady group of customers who have taken advantage of its quiet atmosphere to prepare for work, study for exams, and hold bible studies. Many of the customers consider themselves regulars and know each other by name; some have even gone as far as spending time together at social functions outside of the walls of the franchise. But now, as the Starbucks seeks to add a drive through by moving to the former Carls Jr. building near the entrance of the Northbound 1-15, customers feel as though its the end of an era. Its just a real great location, said Customer Deborah Hughes. Well be sad to see it close. Hughes has been one of the franchise stores oldest customers. She said shes been grabbing her morning cup of joe there for at least the past 15 years. She remembers what it was like to be a Temecula resident in the late 90s before the housing boom took off and before the city was a place to visit. Back in those days, she said, people were more laid back and could often be seen wearing jeans and t-shirts. Nobody seemed to be in a hurry. But then the city became more of a desirable place to live; people came in, houses sprung up, and demographics changed. Hughes life has changed, too. In these past few years shes been finishing up her bachelors degree at the University of Phoenix and has plans to attain a masters degree. Shes also a mother of three now. But amid all the change happening throughout the city, the Starbucks on Winchester Road has remained a constant both for Hughes and for other self-proclaimed regulars. Now that its going to move to a new location, many of those individuals are trying to determine whether its time to find a new go-to spot. For Deborah, the problem is getting in and out of the location.It looks to me like theres very little parking (in that lot), she said. There might be 20 to 25 parking spots total, so thats a concern. I would not be able to make a left, she said. I would have to take the access road and continue out onto Ynez and go through the next light or two to make a U-turn and head back down onto Winchester. Some customers meanwhile have been trying hard to keep the Starbucks from moving in the first place. Bill Kirkpatrick is one of those individuals. Kirkpatrick scheduled a rally Saturday, March 1, where he encouraged customers to grab a cup of coffee and bring some friends along. His said his hope was that high sale levels might indicate to higher-ups at the corporate level of Starbucks that the location was worth keeping. Unfortunately, the weekends rain kept the location from being much busier than it usually is, as many people opted to stay inside the comfort of their warm homes. Still, Kirkpatrick said he hasnt given up on the idea of finding an alternative solution to moving the Starbucks to where the old Carls Jr. used to stand. He said hes not opposed to seeing the Starbucks move if it really must, but doesnt like the idea of having it in that location. One of the primary reasons the new location doesnt work for many customers, he said, is its proximity to a homeless encampment. With the homeless hanging around its just not conducive to an environment for single women or families going in there, said Kirkpatrick. Or even to have my daughter go in there to study for a college exam just because of the alcohol and drugs and some of the things that go on over there. Starbucks management has declined to comment on the franchises intended move.However, Kirkpatrick said hes been in talks with higher-ups at Starbucks and has expressed the concerns that he and others have and theyve suggested possible alternatives like opening up the Promenade Mall Starbucks an hour earlier to accommodate peoples schedules. Nothing is set in stone yet though and Kirkpatrick, Hughes and others are still waiting to see what happens to their coffee house of choice. They said theyll still be working hard to save the Starbucks from moving over the coming weeks. Were just trying to start this small fire and turn it into a big fire so our voices can be heard, Hughes said.
Happening March 07 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/76688/
| Temecula Cyclist Wins Seventh World Championship|
TEMECULA - Sarah Hammer of Temecula won the women's omnium today at cycling's 2014 UCI Track World Championships in Cali, Colombia, successfully defending her title in the two-day, six-race event. Hammer entered today's final three races in first place, six points ahead of Laura Trott of Great Britain, the gold medalist in the event in the 2012 Summer Olympics. In each race, the winner receives one point, the second-place rider two points and so forth. The rider with the lowest total score is the winner. Hammer added a point to her lead by winning today's first race, the 3,000-meter individual pursuit, where two riders start at opposite sides of the track and race against the clock. Hammer, the world-record holder in the event, was timed in three minutes, 32.761 seconds. Trott was second in 3:33.885. Hammer added another point to her lead by finishing fifth in the 10- kilometer scratch race, where the winner is the first to cross the finish line. Trott finished sixth. Hammer finished fourth in the final race, the 500-meter time trial where the cyclists race against the clock. Hammer completed the omnium with 14 points. Trott was second with 20 points and Annette Edmondson of Australia third with 24. ''It's amazing to be able to replicate last year,'' said Hammer, a 2000 graduate of Chaparral High School. ''Any time you're a world champion, you have a huge target on your back. Everybody's lifted their game, especially Laura Trott. She kept the pressure on me the whole time. I had to bring my A game in everything. ''I knew I was physically prepared, but the omnium is a battle of the mind and the body, so you have to have great execution on every single event and I feel like I had success at that the last two days.'' The medal was Hammer's second of the championships. She won the silver medal in Friday's individual pursuit, which she has won five times at past world championships. The loss in the individual pursuit ''was great motivation'' for the omnium, Hammer said. ''I wanted to make sure I was standing on the top of the podium today,'' she said.
Happening March 03 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/76619/
| Temecula woman wins final two events in major cycling competition|
Sarah Hammer of Temecula won the final two events today to take the first-day lead in the women's omnium at cycling's 2014 UCI Track World Championships in Cali, Colombia. Hammer finished second in flying lap in 14.165 seconds, then won the 20-kilometer points race and elimination race. Hammer, the reigning world champion, has four points in the two-day, six-race event. Laura Trott of Great Britain, the gold medalist in the event in the 2012 Summer Olympics, is second with 10 points and Jolien D'Hoore of Belgium is third with 11. In each event, the winner receives one point, the second-place rider two points and so fourth. The rider with the lowest total score is the winner. In the flying lap, cyclists ride 250 meters against the clock. In a points race, riders score points for sprints that occur every 10 laps around the 250-meter track and for lapping the field. Hammer finished with 25 points, three more than runner-up Jannie Salcedo Zambrano of Colombia. The elimination race is a bunch race with an intermediate sprint every two laps with the last rider each time eliminated. The omnium is scheduled to conclude Sunday.
Happening March 02 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/76612/
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