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Oxnard Treasurer’s Office wins coveted award

Oxnard Treasurer’s Office wins coveted award

By George Miller Oxnard’s investment policy, initiated by new Treasurer Phil Molina in January, has passed muster with the California Municipal Treasurers Association  (CMTA), which certified it in compliance to its stringent best practices criteria in October. The policy was adopted without modification by the City Council on January 24, 2017- see attachment: Oxnard Investment_Policy   The […]

Port Hueneme Police Dept. Cops for Tots Toy Giveaway Video

Port Hueneme Police Dept. Cops for Tots Toy Giveaway Video

By Tom Dunn HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL AND TO ALL THE BEST FOR 2018 TOM DUNN – PORT HUENEME NEW PORT HUENEME POLICE DEPARTMENT’S FIRST ANNUAL COPS FOR TOTS EVENT . The Port Hueneme Police Department Cops for Tots Program served over 500 children last night with each child receiving a new unwrapped toy. The […]

Shooting in Port Hueneme

Shooting in Port Hueneme

Port Hueneme Police Department – Incident Press Release On December 20, 2017 at 8:35 pm, Officers from the Port Hueneme Police Department responded to the 2500 block of Anchor Ave, regarding shots fired. Prior to Officers arrival to Anchor Ave. Port Hueneme Police Dispatch received an additional call of a shooting victim lying in between […]

Arrest of wanted Burglary Suspect in Camarillo

Arrest of wanted Burglary Suspect in Camarillo

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On 12/13/17, Detectives with the Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail (SED) arrested 35 year old Camarillo resident, Allyson Byron, who was wanted for multiple crimes (including Burglary and Identity Theft). Additionally, Byron was also wanted for a felony warrant. On 10-27-2017, Byron who was out on bail was sentenced […]

Oxnard Police Department requests assistance recovering property stolen from Thomas Fire evacuees’ vehicles

Oxnard Police Department requests assistance recovering property stolen from Thomas Fire evacuees’ vehicles

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release Your Oxnard Police Department is urgently requesting your assistance to recover property stolen from Thomas Fire evacuees’ vehicles. Sometime during the night of 12/05/17, as the Thomas fire was ravaging Ventura County, a burglary occurred to two black Suburbans parked in the 3700 block of Dunkirk Drive.  The […]

Thomas Fire Update

Thomas Fire Update

Oxnard, California – The Thomas Fire, which began on Dec. 4, has now burned an estimated 271,750 acres and is reportedly 50 percent contained. Weak northeast winds prevailed across the fire areas last night and are expected to shift to a south to southwest direction this afternoon.  The forecasted winds, lower temperatures and higher relative humidity […]

Another Loaded firearm arrest in Oxnard

Another Loaded firearm arrest in Oxnard

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On December 18, 2017, at approximately 6:00 p.m., officers from the Oxnard Police Department Special Enforcement Unit conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of H Street and Doris Avenue. Officers contacted the occupants of the vehicle and learned that a passenger, David Flores, had […]

Oxnard High School District can’t decide why so many school days are canceled?

Oxnard High School District can’t decide why so many school days are canceled?

  By Jane Germaine No one can remember more school days canceled before the recent huge fire in nearby cities, which thankfully did not reach Oxnard or Camarillo. Air quality was poor in the fire areas and Oxnard for some of the time, but Camarillo didn’t seem too bad. In spite of that, Oxnard Union […]

Attacks on Port Hueneme Councilman excessive, hypocritical?

Attacks on Port Hueneme Councilman excessive, hypocritical?

By George Miller  Port Hueneme Councilman Jim Hensley is in many ways a throwback to days bygone- a former telephone lineman- in Alaska, macho, even in his 80’s. highly politically incorrect, yet chivalrous and highly personable when he wants to be, a never say die, in your face, man’s man type of guy. He used […]

Oxnard PD Investigators Seek Information in Garcia Homicide Case

Oxnard PD Investigators Seek Information in Garcia Homicide Case

On June 25, 2016, at approximately 10:50 p.m., Oxnard police officers responded to a call of a shooting victim in the alley of the 1300 block of South “C” Street. When the police officers arrived on scene, they found David Garcia lying in the alley. Garcia had been shot and was mortally wounded. The Oxnard […]