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August Traffic Safety Awareness – Back to School Safety

August Traffic Safety Awareness – Back to School Safety

The Thousand Oaks Police Department continues to promote traffic safety within the community. In an effort to recognize certain hazards while driving, the Traffic Bureau is continuing a monthly traffic awareness reminder program, addressing a traffic topic each month. While we focus on a specific topic each month, it’s always imperative to constantly strive to […]

Suspect Arraigned in Large-Scale Retail Theft Scheme

Suspect Arraigned in Large-Scale Retail Theft Scheme

A criminal complaint against Peter Cuong Chi Nhan (DOB 05/22/1977) of El Monte was filed today. The complaint alleges nine felony counts of conspiracy, organized retail theft and grand theft. The charges resulted from an investigation conducted by the Simi Valley Police Department (SVPD). The charges against Nhan relate to criminal activity known as “hard […]

Heather Locklear Pleads No Contest to Battery on a Police Officer

Heather  Locklear Pleads No Contest to Battery on a Police Officer

Heather Deen Locklear (DOB 9/25/61), of Westlake, pled no contest to eight misdemeanor counts: five counts of battery on a peace officer, in violation of Penal Code section 243(b), one count of battery on emergency personnel, a violation of Penal Code section 243(b), and two counts of resisting, obstructing, or delaying a peace officer, a […]

Education Conference Delivers Broadside to Public School Sex-Ed (“Gender”) and Other Curricula, Presents PS Alternatives.

Education Conference Delivers Broadside to Public School Sex-Ed (“Gender”) and Other Curricula, Presents PS Alternatives.

By George Miller Newbury Park, CA  Conejo Valley opponents blasted increasingly radicalized sex-ed in public/charter schools and presented alternatives at a conference-“Local, Private and Homeschool Alternatives to Public School”  in Newbury Park (Thousand Oaks), CA on August 10, 2019. The conference addressed why they thought alternatives were needed in the first place and what they […]

Settlement Reached with 7-Eleven, Inc., for Improper Filings

Settlement Reached with 7-Eleven, Inc., for Improper Filings

On Monday, August 12, 2019, a $1.525 million civil settlement was obtained with Texas-based 7‑Eleven, Inc., to resolve allegations that the company violated state laws requiring accurate and complete reporting of training of store personnel in hazardous materials handling. The Ventura County District Attorney joined the district attorneys of Alameda, Contra Costa, Monterey, San Mateo, […]

County Agricultural Commissioner sees positive overall crop growth in 2018 Crop Report

County Agricultural Commissioner sees positive overall crop growth in 2018 Crop Report

VENTURA, Calif. – Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner Ed Williams presented the 2018 Crop Report to the Board of Supervisors last Tuesday, July 30. The report, which highlights organic farming and provides an overview of agriculture in the county in 2018, indicated a thriving agricultural industry. Overall, the report indicates agriculture in the region saw small […]

Thousand Oaks Apartment Owner Ordered to Stop Violating the Law with Substandard Housing

Thousand Oaks Apartment Owner Ordered to Stop Violating the Law with Substandard Housing

Dr. Ashok K. Sharma and 850 Warwick Avenue Apartments LLC in Thousand Oaks have been ordered by Judge Vincent J. O’Neill to comply with the law related to substandard housing. The court also granted a temporary restraining order prohibiting Sharma from allowing tenants to live with roach and bed bug infestation, inadequate heating, mold, electrical […]

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy Sentenced to Prison for 2017 Child Molestation

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy Sentenced to Prison for 2017 Child Molestation

Neil David Kimball (DOB 6/13/73), of Agoura, CA, was sentenced to the maximum term of three years in state prison for committing a lewd act on a 15-year-old child and unlawful sexual intercourse.  Kimball, while serving as a detective with the Special Victim’s Unit of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, met the 15-year-old victim […]

Election Integrity Project California Presents EIPCa Founder Linda Paine: Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections- Aug 12

Election Integrity Project California Presents EIPCa Founder Linda Paine: Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections- Aug 12

Election Integrity Project California AUGUST 12 EVENT MEDIA Advisory for August 12, 2019 – press are invited to attend Presentation:    Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections.             Linda Paine, President and Co-Founder of Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) will present issues of concern documented by EIPCa during the 2018 elections in California.  EIPCa […]

Ventura Man Convicted of Forcible Rapes and Other Sex Offenses on a Minor

Ventura Man Convicted of Forcible Rapes and Other Sex Offenses on a Minor

Daniel Lee Luna (DOB 10/09/1977), of Ventura, was convicted by a jury of eight counts of forcible rape, three counts of oral copulation of a person under 16, one count of sexual penetration of a person under 16, and one count of lewd act upon a child. The jury further found true a special allegation […]

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