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New DNA tool helps identify murder victims and elusive killers and rapists

New DNA tool helps identify murder victims and elusive killers and rapists

By Michele Hanisee . They’re neighbors. Church leaders. Business executives. . They’re also murders and rapists who share a common bond in addition to their horrific crimes: they were all identified with a cutting-edge new tool called investigative genetic genealogy, or IGG. . IGG itself is not new – it’s what millions of genealogists, family […]

Trump Grants Full Pardons To 5 People

Trump Grants Full Pardons To 5 People

AUDREY CONKLIN REPORTER   President Donald Trump granted full pardons Monday to five individuals previously involved in offenses like transporting marijuana and drug-trafficking. The president decided John Richard Bubala, Roy Wayne McKeever, Rodney Takumi, Michael Tedesco and Chalmer Lee Williams were worthy of Executive Grants of Clemency after “a careful review of the files” of […]

U.S. Attorney’s Office Brings Federal Charges

U.S. Attorney’s Office Brings Federal Charges

. .. By Michele Hanisee In the past election cycle, we commented on candidates running for district attorney whose campaign promises involved ignoring criminal statutes they disagreed with and minimizing punishment of those who violate the law.   Fortunately, in California, those efforts were soundly rejected by voters.  Not so in Philadelphia. In 2018, a defense attorney […]

Enjoy the Great Outdoors? So do the Crooks!

Enjoy the Great Outdoors? So do the Crooks!

  If you thought crooks were watching, would you be more mindful of your surroundings?  With spring here and longer days, perhaps it’s time for some outside athletic activities: such as bicycling, walking, hiking, or playing sports.  The Simi Valley Police Department would like to remind the community by taking preventive steps you can reduce […]

City of Ventura 2018 Part I Crime Statistics (January 1- December 31, 2018)

City of Ventura 2018 Part I Crime Statistics (January 1- December 31, 2018)

In 2018, Part I Crimes in the City of Ventura totaled 3,959, representing an overall decrease of 155 Part I Crimes or 3.77 percent from 2017. The Per Capita Crime Index decreased slightly to 35.6 crimes per thousand residents, compared to 37.7 in 2017, 38.04 in 2016, and 39.2 in 2015. Ventura’s Violent Crime decreased […]

Thousand Oaks | Increase in Crime – Prevent It While You Dine

Thousand Oaks | Increase in Crime – Prevent It While You Dine

A recent increase in residential burglaries has been occurring in the city of Thousand Oaks and surrounding communities. These burglaries share some commonalities, including being located near open space. Recently, residential properties have been targeted that are typically near open spaces, or have large open spaces or hiking trails to the rear of the residence. […]

2018 Uniformed Crime Reports (UCR) Crime Statistics Countywide

2018 Uniformed Crime Reports (UCR) Crime Statistics Countywide

In 2018, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office saw a 16-percent decrease in Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) crime statistics for Part 1 crimes (Homicide, Rape, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Theft and Arson) as compared to 2017. The data represents the information collected from the five contract cities and the unincorporated areas of the county. The Sheriff’s […]

Oxnard’s crime statistics show 6.1% decrease in 2018

Oxnard’s crime statistics show 6.1% decrease in 2018

The City of Oxnard experienced an overall 6.1% decrease in reported crimes in 2018. This includes an 11.8% reduction in reported violent crimes, and a 5.1% drop in reported property crimes. The Department of Justice’s Uniform Crime Reporting (“UCR”) Program collects crime statistics from 17,000 city, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies throughout […]

Aaron Starr For Oxnard Mayor | Refocusing Oxnard’s Priorities, Vote For Change

Aaron Starr For Oxnard Mayor | Refocusing Oxnard’s Priorities, Vote For Change

By Aaron Starr  My wife and I love living here in Oxnard, but we are disappointed in Oxnard’s failed leadership. Consider what is happening under Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn’s watch: Deteriorating Streets — Mayor Flynn boasts about all the roads repaved since 2012 … but doesn’t mention that it takes 20 years to pave each street once […]

The “No consequences for crime” bill

The “No consequences for crime” bill

By Eric Siddall   It is hard to believe, but it is the truth; should Governor Brown sign into law SB 1437, criminals in California can no longer be punished for the natural and probable consequences of violent crimes they knowingly aided and encouraged.  SB 1437 was ostensibly introduced by Senator Skinner to abolish the application of […]

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