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Ventura County Sheriff joins others in region who will not actively enforce Governor’s Curfew order

Ventura County Sheriff joins others in region who will not actively enforce Governor’s Curfew order

    By Debra Tash On Thursday Governor Newsom announced a curfew be imposed on residents of California.  This was done to supposedly to combat the spread of COVID 19, which spreads only in the dark, at least when it comes to Newsom.  The curfew, starts on the evening of November 21st and will be […]

Oxnard Man arrested for Narcotics Sales

Oxnard Man arrested for Narcotics Sales

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On November 19, 2020, Detectives from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Street Team concluded an investigation involving Alfredo Cortes of Oxnard, who was involved in the sales of narcotics to residents of Ventura County. In early October 2020, detectives obtained information indicating Cortes was involved in the […]

Election Integrity Project CA Ventura County reports on voter fraud concerns; California emergency voting regulations opens way for fraud

Election Integrity Project CA Ventura County reports on voter fraud concerns; California emergency voting regulations opens way for fraud

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Election Integrity Project California- Ventura County—a nonpartisan election watchdog group—has reported concerns regarding Dominion Voting Systems and voting software (compiled by 14 observers and tech specialists) used in the 2020 primary and general elections to Ventura County Election Clerk and Recorder Mark Lunn, several U.S. Senators and the U.S. Department of Justice. […]

Brother and Sister Arrested for Narcotic Sales

Brother and Sister Arrested for Narcotic Sales

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release Detectives assigned to the Ventura County Combined Agency Team (VCAT) concluded an investigation of the brother and sister team of Apolina Estrada Preciado and Rogelio Estrada selling narcotics to Ventura County Residents. The Estrada siblings live in the City of El Monte. During the month of November 2020, […]

State announces Ventura County among 41 Counties moved back to Purple Tier – Forced Out in the Cold Once More

State announces Ventura County among 41 Counties moved back to Purple Tier – Forced Out in the Cold Once More

Community encouraged to get tested, wear masks social distance and avoid gatherings to slow the spread  Ventura, CA – Today, the State of California announced new COVID-19 Tier assignments for counties. Due to increasing case rates, Ventura County and 40 other counties in the State will move back to the more restrictive Tier 1 Purple. […]

School Reopening Plans May Change as Ventura County COVID-19 Cases Rise

School Reopening Plans May Change as Ventura County COVID-19 Cases Rise

Some Ventura County schools could have to delay their plans to resume in-person instruction if the County falls back to the most restrictive level – the purple tier – on the state’s coronavirus watch list, which is looking increasingly likely. Due to a growing number of COVID-19 cases, County health officials anticipate the move back […]

Ventura County Labor Agreement Would Cost Taxpayers Millions

Ventura County Labor Agreement Would Cost Taxpayers Millions

Recently, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors was told that a proposed Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) on county projects would likely increase project costs more than $75 million over the next five years.  Their own staff recommended that the Board reject the proposed CWA. . However, an undeterred Supervisor Zaragoza, along with Supervisors Long and Bennett, […]

2020-21 Ventura County Secured Property Taxes Due

2020-21 Ventura County Secured Property Taxes Due

Ventura County 2020-21 Secured Property Taxes are due November 1, 2020. Property taxes not paid on or before December 10, 2020 will become delinquent, and property taxes paid after December 10, 2020 will be assessed a late payment penalty fee of 10%. For more information, go to https://www.ventura.org/ttc/. Pursuant to Executive Order by Governor Newsom, […]

Recruitment and retention of sheriff’s deputies

Recruitment and retention of sheriff’s deputies

This year has presented a wide array of challenges for our society and law enforcement agencies across the country. Recent events have resulted in protests and community inquiries about police actions, training, and recruitment.  While we engage with the communities we serve on all of those topics, we wanted to highlight the challenges of recruiting […]

Ventura County & Some Related/Nearby California Elections Results

Ventura County & Some Related/Nearby California Elections Results

By George Miller Note: some of the text has been superceded by updated counts, so use the links for latest election info. As of 11:50 PM November 3, 2020, here is some info on on local, Ventura County area and state elections. We have another article on the Presidential election. Keep in mind that the […]

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