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2 Arrested and 5 Cited at Simi Valley DUI Checkpoint

2 Arrested and 5 Cited at Simi Valley DUI Checkpoint

Simi Valley, Calif. – DUI Checkpoint Results: One person was arrested and booked for DUI. During that arrest, the front passenger was found to be extremely intoxicated. The passenger was transported by ambulance to the Simi Valley Hospital for care. One person was arrested and booked for driving on a suspended license because of a […]

Simi Valley | Arrest For Domestic Violence And Battery On A Peace Officer

Simi Valley | Arrest For Domestic Violence And Battery On A Peace Officer

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On Tuesday, July 21, 2021, at approximately 9:06 PM, Simi Valley Police Officers responded to a domestic violence in progress in the 3200 block of Corpus Christi Ave. The investigation revealed the suspect committed Domestic Violence and Battery on a Police Officer. The suspect, Liza Magers, a 31-year […]

Simi Valley Officer Officer Injured During Arrest of Warrant Suspect

Simi Valley Officer Officer Injured During Arrest of Warrant Suspect

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On July 21, 2021, at approximately 6:00 PM, Officers responded to a call of a subject screaming and chasing people to the front of the Senior Center, 3900 Avenida Simi.  Upon arrival, officers from the Homeless Liaison Unit (HLU) arrived and contacted the subject.  The officers immediately recognized […]

Simi Valley is Updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan – Community Input Requested

Simi Valley is Updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan – Community Input Requested

The City of Simi Valley joins the Ventura County Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) update process, led by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services. The plan update is a multi-jurisdictional effort involving over 20 different partners, including all 10 of the County’s incorporated cities, the County’s Watershed Protection District, the Ventura County Office of […]

Camarillo | Upcoming: CamCC Blood Drive 

Camarillo | Upcoming: CamCC Blood Drive 

The CamCC Blood Drive is coming up and spots are still available!  Every blood donation you make has an amazing impact on the community –it can save lives. Healthy donors are needed now to help make up for the donations left uncollected due to illness and closures. Sign up below or call 805-542-8500. Thurs, July 29, 2021 […]

The Journey Together: Abstract Paintings from Lifetime Partners Gerd Koch & Carole Milton

The Journey Together: Abstract Paintings from Lifetime Partners Gerd Koch & Carole Milton

August 7 through September 2, 2021 Ojai Art Center 113 S. Montgomery Street, Ojai Public Reception & Celebration of Life Sunday, August 8, 5 to 8 pm. Ojai CA – The public is cordially invited to attend “The Journey Together: Abstract Paintings from Lifetime Partners Gerd Koch & Carole Milton.”  This memorial art exhibition is […]

Indoor Mask Mandate In Effect For Los Angeles County and Strongly Recommended in Ventura County

Indoor Mask Mandate In Effect For Los Angeles County and Strongly Recommended in Ventura County

Indoor Mask Mandate In Effect For Los Angeles County and Strongly Recommended in Ventura County Due to concerns about rising cases associated with the COVID-19 Delta Variant, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has issued a mask mandate when indoors. This mandate applies to all people whether or not they are vaccinated. In […]

Domestic Violence Arrest in Simi Valley

Domestic Violence Arrest in Simi Valley

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release During the evening hours of July 17, 2021, Simi Valley Police Department Officers responded to a residence on the west end of the city for a report of a domestic violence incident.  Through the investigation it was determined that the suspect and victim were in a dating relationship, […]

Do We Have A Constitution?

Do We Have A Constitution?

Editorial By Dan Reynolds The Supreme Court needs to revisit their judgement on the word “privilege” and “immunity” and strike them from the Constitution. Because what they just did was throw the Constitution and all binding agreements between People Of The United States out the window and removed the purpose of the Constitution that was […]

Simi Valley PD 50th Year Anniversary Open House, Sunday, July 18, 2021

Simi Valley PD 50th Year Anniversary Open House, Sunday, July 18, 2021

On Sunday, July 18, please join the Simi Valley Police Department for a Community Open House from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to celebrate the Police Department’s “50 Years of Service.”    The Open House is free to the public and will include a bounce house, bike rodeo, dunk tank, police station tours, and emergency […]

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