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Suspect arrested for fraudulent credit cards and fraudulently collecting State benefits

Suspect arrested for fraudulent credit cards and fraudulently collecting State benefits

At noon today detectives from the Oxnard Narcotic Street team conducted a probation search at a residence in the 900 block of Cheyenne Way. Once at the location, detectives contacted several subjects inside. They contacted suspect Jose Armando Navarro who is also the renter if the location. After further investigation, detectives learned that Navarro had […]

Little Caesar’s Pizza in Oxnard robbed at gunpoint

Little Caesar’s Pizza in Oxnard robbed at gunpoint

A witness advised police that a possible suspect had jumped the fence to Blackstock School located at 701 E. Bard Road.  Officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspect.  The Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) and a K-9 officer also participated in the search.  The suspect was described as a male in his […]

UPDATE – FATALITY – Pedestrian hit at Seventh and “F” Streets in Oxnard

UPDATE – FATALITY – Pedestrian hit at Seventh and “F” Streets in Oxnard

UPDATE:  The pedestrian died this afternoon at the Ventura County Medical Center.  The Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office is conducting an investigation to locate the decedent’s next of kin.   5:30 A.M. Saturday morning officers from the Oxnard Police Department and EMS personnel responded to the intersection of Seventh Street and ‘F’ Street in reference to […]

Oxnard-Resident walks in on burglary

Oxnard-Resident walks in on burglary

Friday night officers from the Oxnard Police Department responded to a call of an interrupted residential burglary in the 1400 block of Marsella Drive.  They learned that a resident had returned home from church services, and when entering the front door to his home was confronted by someone he didn’t know.  The resident struggled with […]

Oxnard–Response to recent gang activity leads to arrest for illegal firearms and drugs

Oxnard–Response to recent gang activity leads to arrest for illegal firearms and drugs

At around 10pm Friday night officers from the Oxnard Police Department Special Enforcement Unit were working enhanced uniform enforcement in the 1300 block of Gonzales Road. This was in response to the recent violent gang activity in the area.  Police conducted a traffic stop on a suspicious vehicle observed circling the area.  The occupants of […]

Another stabbing victim in Oxnard

Another stabbing victim in Oxnard

Oxnard police officers responded to a call of a stabbing victim in the 1800 block of Pericles Place.  Police and EMS arrived and located the victim who had been stabbed multiple times. The victim was transported to the Ventura County Medical Center for medical treatment, where he was listed in stable condition. Preliminary investigation indicated […]

Oxnard-Carjacking by knife wielding assailant

Oxnard-Carjacking by knife wielding assailant

Oxnard: April 11, 2014, near midnight, officers from the Oxnard Police Department responded to the corner of Doris Avenue and “G” Street. A carjacking victim.  told officers that he was sitting in his vehicle, a green, 1996, Toyota 4-Runner, when he approached by a Hispanic male, 6′ 2″ about 160 pounds and wearing a red […]

Oxnard–Alleged gang member arrested for possession of firearm

Oxnard–Alleged gang member arrested for possession of firearm

At 9:30 in the evening, April 6, members of the Oxnard Police Department’s Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) were working enhanced gang enforcement throughout the city due to the recent violence. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 1000 block of North “H” St. and made contact with Jhonni Hernandez, Ernesto Nieto and a male juvenile. […]

Oxnard–Another robbery at gunpoint

Oxnard–Another robbery at gunpoint

D.A. wins conviction for food stamp scam

D.A. wins conviction for food stamp scam

VENTURA, California — District Attorney Gregory Totten announced today that on April  l, 2014, Eric Gabriel Suarez (DOB 09/06/84) of Oxnard was sentenced to serve four years in state prison. Suarez pleaded guilty in December 2013 to felony trafficking in food stamp benefits, grand theft, and admitted an excessive taking allegation. He was arrested during […]