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32.8% Of California Teens Use A Phone When Driving, 8th Fewest In U.S.

32.8% Of California Teens Use A Phone When Driving, 8th Fewest In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza Teen drivers are one of the highest-risk groups on the road. Young drivers are more likely to make mistakes from inexperience, get distracted by devices or other passengers, or engage in risky behaviors like speeding, not wearing a seatbelt, or drinking and driving. In recent decades, more states have implemented policy change in […]

Moorpark, CA | Bicycle And Pedestrian Safety Operation

Moorpark, CA | Bicycle And Pedestrian Safety Operation

Nature of Incident: Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Operation Location: Moorpark, CA Date & Time: September 29th, 2021 Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Sheriff’s Office – Moorpark Police Department – Traffic Bureau Narrative: Moorpark, California. – The Moorpark Police Department will conduct a bicycle and pedestrian safety operation On September 29th during peak school drop-off and pick-up […]

September Is Pedestrian Safety Month: Be Predictable, Look Out For One Another

September Is Pedestrian Safety Month: Be Predictable, Look Out For One Another

DATE:           September 2, 2021 SUBJECT:    Pedestrian Safety Month LOCATION:  City of Oxnard CONTACT:   Ricardo Vazquez, Sergeant                      (805) 385-7847 | [email protected] Oxnard, CA– As part of Pedestrian Safety Month, the Oxnard Police Department is supporting efforts throughout September to improve pedestrian safety and help reduce […]

Advisory SCAM ALERT – Scammers Use Text Messaging to Perpetrate Fraud

Advisory SCAM ALERT – Scammers Use Text Messaging to Perpetrate Fraud

Recently, several residents in Ventura County received a text message from phone number (805) 766-4085. The text message displays a partial credit card number and instructs the receiver of the message to contact the phone number. This text message is being used to perpetrate fraud.  These scammers are moving beyond your email and targeting your […]

Do Not Call Me!

Do Not Call Me!

Internet taxes could slam California

Internet taxes could slam California

California benefits from the Internet currently being largely tax-free. Generally, the only taxes are for signing up for a local Internet service provider. It’s a flat fee no matter if you hog the Internet by watching continuous Netflix videos, or more profitably use your time reading everything on CalWatchDog.com, which doesn’t use much bandwidth.  . […]

Police trace thief when he leaves his cell behind after stealing 15 year old’s phone

Police trace thief when he leaves his cell behind after stealing 15 year old’s phone

On October 5, 2014, at 5:50 a.m. Sunday morning, a 15 year old girl was walking home in the 4100 block of San Juan Avenue in Oxnard. A suspect approached her and forcibly took the girl’s cell phone from her pocket. During the struggle, and unknown to him, the suspect dropped his own cell phone […]