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Fire near Grant Park, Ventura

Fire near Grant Park, Ventura

On June 28th at 6:30 PM the Ventura County Fire Communication Center (FCC) received multiple calls of a brush fire in the area of Grant Park in Ventura. A brush fire response was dispatched to the area and the first arriving fire engine reported a brush fire in the urban interface near Ferro Dr. and […]

Ventura | Prowling Suspect Arrested

Ventura | Prowling Suspect Arrested

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On 28th at 8:38 PM  June the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a 911 call of a prowler seen in the backyard of a residence in the 1000 block of Montauk Ln. The subject, later identified as Isaac Alcocer DOB: 11/13/97, Ventura Resident, fled on foot when confronted […]

Insanity Alert: Brave Catholic youth stand up to mob as Ventura police look on! Has Ventura decided to permit arson, vandalism and destruction of property?

Insanity Alert: Brave Catholic youth stand up to mob as Ventura police look on!  Has Ventura decided to permit arson, vandalism and destruction of property?

    By Michael Hernandez Brave Catholic youth heroically stopped a violent mob from tearing down the Father Junipero Serra statue last Saturday (June 20) while the Ventura City Police watched despite a June 11th video posted on the City of Ventura website quoting Ventura Police Chief Darin Schindler committing the department to “protect property […]

Catholic youths heroically stop California mob from tearing down saint’s statue

Catholic youths heroically stop California mob from tearing down saint’s statue

By Pete Baklinski FOLLOW PETE VENTURA, California, June 25, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A group of courageous young Catholics surrounded the statue of a saint in Ventura, California last Saturday, placing their bodies in between Junipero Serra and the mob who wanted to tear him down.  The anti-Serra demonstrators had put out a call on social […]

4 SoCal Counties That Reopened Restaurants Early Now Lead Statewide COVID-19 Surge

4 SoCal Counties That Reopened Restaurants Early Now Lead Statewide COVID-19 Surge

by Farley Elliott  Four of the first Southern California counties to reopen for dine-in restaurants and bars now lead the state in overall coronavirus hospitalization rates, reports the LA Times. The paper says the numbers coming out of Orange, Ventura, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties show a “dangerous rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations,” and that those areas are “primarily […]

City of Ventura | Crew puts out Apartment Building Fire

City of Ventura | Crew puts out Apartment Building Fire

On June 24, 2020 at 8:52 AM Ventura City Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire in the 100 block of Kellogg St.  First arriving firefighters discovered a single story four-unit apartment building with one unit fully involved in fire.  The fire was contained to the unit of origin and extinguished. Adjacent […]

Ventura | Residential Burglary, Child Endangerment Arrest 100 block of Franklin

Ventura | Residential Burglary, Child Endangerment Arrest 100 block of Franklin

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release Patrol officers responded to a 911 call of a burglary in progress where the suspect had broken into the victim’s home by breaking out a window. After he gained access to the house, the residents confronted him, and a physical fight ensued. When officers arrived, the residents were still […]

Remodeled Spectrum Store Now Open in Ventura

Remodeled Spectrum Store Now Open in Ventura

Charter Communications, Inc. announced today the opening of a newly remodeled Spectrum Store in Ventura. The Spectrum store gives consumers in the Ventura area a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services. “Our Spectrum stores team is here to help our local customers who need support in getting […]

‘Compared To Hitler’: St Junípero Serra Statue To Be Removed From Ventura

‘Compared To Hitler’: St Junípero Serra Statue To Be Removed From Ventura

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . The statue of a Roman Catholic saint, Junípero Serra, will be removed over accusations that statues of the missionary reflect oppression of indigenous peoples, California officials announced Thursday.  The statue currently stands with his back to the Ventura City Hall facing out out over Pacific Ocean. “We’re constantly fighting to correct […]

Vagrant arrested – Suspected of Commercial Burglary

Vagrant arrested – Suspected of Commercial Burglary

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On June 18th at 5:33 AM officers responded to a commercial burglary in the 2500 block of Grand Avenue, Ventura, that had just occurred. The suspect broke out a front window to a business, took property, and fled. Responding officers found the suspect in the area, and when they […]