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Bank Robbery suspect sought in Simi Valley

Bank Robbery suspect sought in Simi Valley

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release The US Bank located at 1855 Cochran Street was robbed this afternoon at approximately 4pm. The suspect is described as a African American male, 20 to 30 years of age, approximately 5’9″ in height, wearing a grey hoodie, black pants, a black cloth mask over a larger white […]

Employment Law Firm LightGabler Named Business of the Year by Simi Chamber

Employment Law Firm LightGabler Named Business of the Year by Simi Chamber

Camarillo, Calif.— Employment law firm LightGabler was named “Business of the Year” by the Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce. The award was announced virtually on February 19 at the Chamber’s online Salute to Excellence Awards program. The Chamber singled out LightGabler for “educating and assisting the business community with financial support, resources and compliance with […]

Moorpark | Police Impersonator Arrested for Drug Related Charges

Moorpark | Police Impersonator Arrested for Drug Related Charges

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release A man in Moorpark was discovered to be impersonating police by driving a vehicle with an operational siren. He was also found to be under the influence and in possession of drugs. On March 2, 2021, at around 12:27PM, a citizen called Ventura County Sheriff’s Office dispatch and […]

A Live From the Reagan Library, 40th Anniversary of the Assassination Attempt, A Special Event From the Reagan Institute

A Live From the Reagan Library, 40th Anniversary of the Assassination Attempt, A Special Event From the Reagan Institute

  This Thursday marks what would have been the 69th wedding anniversary of President and Mrs. Reagan. On their 15th wedding anniversary, on March 4, 1967, Ronald Reagan concluded his hand-written love note to his wife by saying, “Thank you for all my life and living and for happiness as complete as one can have […]

Narcotics Sales & Illegal Firearm Arrest in Simi Valley

Narcotics Sales & Illegal Firearm Arrest in Simi Valley

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On February 24, 2021, detectives from the Thousand Oaks Directed Enforcement Unit (DEU) and the Pharmaceutical Crimes Unit (PCU) concluded a two month long narcotic and firearm investigation into Richard Gonzalez. Gonzalez was suspected to be involved in the sales of methamphetamine to residents of Thousand Oaks and […]

Mighty Cash Cats Headline Johnny Cash Bash Friday, February 26th

Mighty Cash Cats Headline Johnny Cash Bash Friday, February 26th

On Friday, Feb 26, 7 pm, The Mighty Cash Cats invite you to the 7th Annual Johnny Cash Birthday Bash to be held this year at Chuy’s, Simi West, 1397 E Los Angles Ave, Simi Valley, CA. This show will be COVID Compliant–Outdoors, Socially Distanced with Limited Seating. Opening the show will be The Linda […]

Moorpark Police Department Presents “Etch and Catch” Catalytic Converter Anti-Theft Program

Moorpark Police Department Presents “Etch and Catch” Catalytic Converter Anti-Theft Program

In an effort to deter would-be thieves and to track stolen catalytic converters, the Moorpark Police Department has teamed up with several local auto repair, body shops, and oil change locations. The below listed businesses have agreed to etch your license plate number and paint a Sheriff’s star on your catalytic converter, free of charge. […]

Simi Valley | 2 City employees assaulted in Berylwood Park

Simi Valley | 2 City employees assaulted in Berylwood Park

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On February 18, 2021, at approximately 7:45 PM two Rancho Simi Parks and Recreation District employees arrived to Berylwood Park located at 1955 Bridget Ave. As the employees arrived to provide routine services to the facility, the entrance was blocked by a group of 10 to 12 juveniles, […]

Woman Sentenced for Embezzling from Moorpark School

Woman Sentenced for Embezzling from Moorpark School

Jennifer (Jenna) Leporati (DOB 03/10/73), of Thousand Oaks, was sentenced to serve 28 months in the Ventura County Jail, immediately followed by 32 months of supervised probation. She was also ordered to pay $158,443 in restitution to the Flory School Boosters in Moorpark. In November 2020, Leporati pled guilty to four felony counts of grand […]

Note to Readers: Citizens Journal Web Server Upgrade Schedule Completed 2-18-21 2:30 pm)

Note to Readers: Citizens Journal Web Server Upgrade Schedule Completed 2-18-21 2:30 pm)

By George Miller, Publisher   EDITOR’S NOTE: Now completed. Please let us know of any glitches. We will be upgrading the Citizens Journal web server for the fifth time in less than two years. The last ones were to upgrade capacity and reliability. After record reader volume of 350,000+ in January and continuity concerns with […]

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