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Camarillo-Detectives Investigate Suspicious Death

Camarillo-Detectives Investigate Suspicious Death

On August 14, 2014, at 9:50 a.m., a deputy assigned to the Camarillo station was on routine patrol in the 1300 block of Del Norte Road. The deputy observed an adult male near the businesses in the area that appeared to be injured and unresponsive. The Ventura County Fire Dept. and an ambulance were summoned. […]

Looking for more victims after suspect arrested for lewd act with 3 year old

Looking for more victims after suspect arrested for lewd act with 3 year old

Camarillo declares stage 2 water conservation alert

Camarillo declares stage 2 water conservation alert

by Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Counsel declared a Stage 2 water Conservation Alert at its regular semi-monthly meeting on June 25, ampoule 2014.  Based upon current and historical usage, search the city projects a shortfall in groundwater supply due to Governor Brown’s call for 20% reduction in water usage.  The city can meet the […]

Camarillo – Deputies Arrest Suspect for Child Annoying Incident Involving 15 Year-Old Female Victim

Camarillo – Deputies Arrest Suspect for Child Annoying Incident Involving 15 Year-Old Female Victim

  On 06/23/14, 35 years old Alex Rios was arrested for Child Annoyance of a 15 year old female. On 06/18/14, at approximately 8:15AM, Rios contacted the juvenile subject while she walked in the Callegus Creek area of Camarillo. Rios made comments, which were sexual in nature and he offered the victim narcotics. The victim […]

Chop Shop busted in Camarillo

Chop Shop busted in Camarillo

Ventura Police Street Crimes Unit detectives completed a several month long investigation into Drew Dotts. He was suspected to be involved in several forgery and ID theft cases.  The investigation led to the service of a search warrant at his business/ residence in the 600 block of Via Alondra in Camarillo. Just prior to the […]

Cantara Cellars–Heard It On The Grapevine–What’s up, What’s hot, Ventura County’s Local Wineries

Cantara Cellars–Heard It On The Grapevine–What’s up, What’s hot, Ventura County’s Local Wineries

Cantara Cellars By Raven West   One of the first wineries in Camarillo, Cantara Cellars is truly a family affair. Owners Chris Brown, her husband and wine maker Mike, along with their son Jesse turned their family’s passion for great wine into a thriving commercial winery and tasting room located right off the 101 freeway. […]

Camarillo Police Department–30th Citizen’s Academy program open for enrollement

Camarillo Police Department–30th Citizen’s Academy program open for enrollement

On May 13, 2014, the Camarillo Police Department will begin its 30th Citizen’s Academy program. The Citizen Academy is a twelve-week course designed to give citizens an overview of the police department’s function and operational procedures.   There will be presentations by a superior court judge, K-9 officer, S.W.A.T. team members, bomb squad, narcotic officers, […]

CA District 44 (VC) Assembly race shaping up

CA District 44 (VC) Assembly race shaping up

By George Miller It’s been an interesting year in Ventura County politics. Tony Strickland, defeated by Julia Brownley in the 2012 Congressional District 26 (most of Ventura County) race, declined to run against her again, preferring to take on the District 25 (just North of 26) race after Republican incumbent Buck McKeon announced his retirement, […]

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Spotlight on Business By Daniel Gelman American manufacturing is alive and kicking in an unassuming industrial park in Camarillo. International Coffee & Tea, salve LLC, buy alias Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf operates a coffee roasting and tea brewing facility at 33939 Pancho Road off the Pleasant Valley Rd/Santa Rosa Road exit of the 101 […]

Oxnard Union High School District Trustees Choose Unnecessary High Cost Path for New High School

Oxnard Union High School District Trustees Choose Unnecessary High Cost Path for New High School

Guest Editorial The Ventura County Taxpayers Association believes that the Project Labor Agreement (PLA) tentatively approved for construction of the new $45 million Rancho Campana High School in Camarillo is ill considered, is not in the best interests of Taxpayers that are paying for it and we strongly urge the Oxnard Union High School District Trustees to reconsider their […]