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Charges filed in Planned Parenthood arson — Defendant’s ex-girlfriend employed at facility

Charges filed in Planned Parenthood arson — Defendant’s ex-girlfriend employed at facility

D.A. files Indictments against Santa Clara Waste Water and others: Nov. 18th Mission Rock explosion in Santa Paula

D.A. files Indictments against Santa Clara Waste Water  and others: Nov. 18th Mission Rock explosion in Santa Paula

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today the indictment of Santa Clara Waste Water Company, Green Compass Environmental Solutions LLC, Douglas Brian Edwards of Oxnard (DOB 09/10/1956), William James Mitzel of La Verne (DOB 03/15/1957), Charles Ray Mundy of Ventura (DOB 12/27/1963), Dean Michael Poe of Ventura (DOB 04/28/1965), Brock Gustin William Baker of Carpinteria […]

Simi Valley Police Department to Offer Citizens Police Academy

Simi Valley Police Department to Offer Citizens Police Academy

Students receive instruction from representatives of the Simi Valley Police Department, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, and other agencies that work in partnership with the Simi Valley Police Department. The classes will include such topics as: Narcotics, K 9, Dispatch, Patrol, Investigations, Gangs, S.W.A.T., Traffic Enforcement, and the Criminal Justice System. Students will also […]

D.A.’s statement on investigation of Ventura County Chief Medical Examiner Jon J. Smith

D.A.’s statement on investigation of Ventura County Chief Medical Examiner Jon J. Smith

“In response to media inquiries, District Attorney Gregory D. Totten released the following statement regarding the investigation of the Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office. On June 22, 2015, investigators from the District Attorney’s Office and agents from the California Medical Board executed a search warrant at the Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office. The District Attorney’s […]

D.A. finds Oxnard PD acting reasonably in Michael Mahoney shooting

D.A. finds Oxnard PD acting reasonably in Michael Mahoney shooting

Michael Mahoney was shot and killed by Oxnard Police on August 14th 2012.  Officers had been called to 340 South H Street on a report that Mahoney was holding a semi-automatic handgun to his head.  Police contacted him and ordered Maloney to drop the gun.  Instead he fled up the driveway and into the residence.  […]

Thousand Oaks Doctor and her Husband Arrested After Patient’s Death

Thousand Oaks Doctor and her Husband Arrested After Patient’s Death

No charges will be filed against truck driver in Oxnard Metrolink crash

No charges will be filed against truck driver in Oxnard Metrolink crash

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that no charges will be filed at this time against Jose Alejandro Sanchez-Ramirez in connection with the February 24, 2015, Metrolink grade-crossing collision and train derailment in Oxnard, California. The ongoing investigation of this matter is complex and involves numerous local and federal agencies including the District Attorney’s […]

D.A. will not see death penalty in the 2013 murder of 18 year old Gabriel Gutierrez

D.A. will not see death penalty in the 2013 murder of 18 year old Gabriel Gutierrez

The District Attorney’s Office will not seek the death penalty for Erick Estrada  of Ventura. Estrada is charged with the murder of 18 year old Gabriel Gutierrez, who was shot to death on July 31, 2013 behind the Ventura County Fairgrounds.  Estrada was arrested for another, non-fatal shooting, in October of 2013.  Estrada was twenty […]

Garcia sentenced for rape of 80 year old victim

Garcia sentenced for rape of 80 year old victim

Julio Garcia, 42 year old Moorpark resident, was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Kevin Denoce to 37 years to life in prison for committing sexual crimes against an elderly female victim. Garcia received the maximum sentence possible. The crime took place on October 18th, 2012.  Garcia knew the victim who lived in the 800 block […]

D.A. will not seek death penalty in Jake Bush murder case

D.A. will not seek death penalty in Jake Bush murder case

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that he will not seek the death penalty against Marco Casillas. On July 2, 2014, 38 year old Casillas, of Port Hueneme, was indicted by the grand jury  for the murder of 16-year-old James “Jake” Bush on June 24, 1997, during the commission of a burglary in Jake’ […]

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