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Drug dealer/gang member taken down in Santa Paula

Drug dealer/gang member taken down in Santa Paula

On 06-11-2014, Wednesday at approximately 9am, the Santa Paula Police Departments Detective Bureau with the assistance of patrol personnel served a search warrant at 244 Warren Avenue, residence of the suspect Johnny Ramirez. The search warrant was obtained due to an on-going investigation regarding a shooting that occurred on May 27th 2014 in the City […]

Port Hueneme: Parolee arrested for possession of firearms

Port Hueneme: Parolee arrested for possession of firearms

Ventura–Police arrest suspect in storage unit break-ins

Ventura–Police arrest suspect in storage unit break-ins

Over the past two years, the Ventura Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit has had an ongoing investigation into complaints of criminal activity at Power Storage at 1661 S. Victoria Avenue in Ventura.  The complaints have included ongoing burglaries from various storage units, sales of stolen property, sales of weapons and sales of narcotics.  During the […]

Since They Went Away – The contrasting careers of Shirley Temple and Phillip Seymour Hoffman

Since They Went Away – The contrasting careers of Shirley Temple and Phillip Seymour Hoffman

By Daniel Gelman I liked Phillip Seymour Hoffman. There was something endearing about him, despite his somewhat dubious contribution to the quality of American entertainment. In addition to some of his serious stage work and memorable film roles, he played a number of sketchy characters with questionable moral values. These included: a pedophiliac priest, a […]

Oxnard City Council 4-9-13: Soccer, Homeless, Class Warfare- Oh, My!

Oxnard City Council 4-9-13: Soccer, Homeless, Class Warfare- Oh, My!

Above: Council: Ramirez, (Mayor) Flynn, McDonald, Padilla By George Miller, Citizens Journal Oxnard, CA 4-10-13 Oxnard City Council http://www.ci.oxnard.ca.us/ Info: Agenda Video minutes later here: http://oxnard.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=46 Nearly 200 people packed the council chamber and much of the hallway on Tuesday night, as a (too) busy agenda of activities unfolded. Soccer advocates laid out the shortage […]