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April 21, 2004
These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Monday Ignacio Ortiz-Alfaro, 21, Costa Mesa Saturday Carmine James Cunneen, 37, Huntington Beach Friday David Scott Harmon, 24, Irvine Alexis Adrian Calderon, 21, Orange Thursday Luis Alfonso Camara, 34, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Sunday Rafael Barriga, 36, Santa Ana Friday Richard Aaron Carlson, 50, Irvine Gary Lee Hinds, 47, Irvine Eric Kristian Brooks, 31, Newport Beach Hamid Yazdihan, 38, Irvine Wednesday Alejandro Dorantes Diaz, 37, Anaheim Ryan Dennis Franke, 22, Capistrano Beach
LOCAL
By Kelly Strodl | May 18, 2007
Newport Beach Police detectives say they have identified the source of hundreds of compromised identities used to dummy credit cards to buy possibly hundreds of thousands of dollars of merchandise from local stores. Police are looking at 47-year-old Christopher Aragon as the ringleader of a four-person crew found in possession of large quantities of drugs, Coach handbags, MP3 players and digital cameras. Aragon, the former president of Mission Pacific Capital in Capistrano Beach, is suspected of obtaining hundreds of credit profiles of people who did business with the company, which closed its doors in 2000.
NEWS
December 18, 2004
The wish list for the holidays does not seem to end: Clean air, peace in the Middle East and more family time made it onto some people's wish lists. For those who have not made up their minds yet, a gift card seemed like the perfect gift. To a get a sense of what people are hoping for this Christmas and what their hopes are for the new year, Daily Pilot intern Indulata Prasad hit the streets Thursday. She ended up near the Newport Beach Public Library.
LOCAL
June 11, 2009
Submitted by Dannielle Padilla  Capo Beach Calvary Preschool & Jr. K, a South Orange County school committed to stimulating and encouraging students through a relaxed, child-centered environment, today announced the schedule of events for its Summer Adventure Camp. With theme-based activities involving pirates, puppies, jumpers and more, the program is open to all children ages 2 1/2 to 5 years old and will take place from June 22 to August 28, 2009, at 25975 Domingo Avenue in Capistrano Beach, Calif.
NEWS
October 29, 2013
Six former Orange County Girl Scouts will be recognized at the group's fourth annual leadership event Friday in Newport Beach. Those being honored are Shannon Eusey, of Newport Beach; Joan Patronite Kelly and Donna Giordano, both of Huntington Beach; Ashleigh Aitken, of Anaheim Hills; Ingrid Otero-Smart, of Capistrano Beach; and Laila Pence, of Tustin. The event will host more than 400 of Orange County's community and business leaders to raise money to support the Girl Scouts of Orange County's leadership development programs, according to a news release.
SPORTS
From the Los Angeles Times | May 23, 2012
Well into his 70s, Terry Martin could be found most days in his Dana Point workshop sanding blocks of polyurethane foam into precision-shaped surfboards. With his big white beard and barrel chest, Martin looked like Santa riding out a blizzard of swirling white dust. Over a nearly six-decade career, Martin is said to have shaped more surfboards than anyone - some 80,000 - although the exact number is unknowable. Martin himself once said he stopped counting after 50,000.
NEWS
April 10, 2002
o7 The following people have been arrested recently on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty.f7 COSTA MESA Sunday Guenter Adolf Grams, 54, Costa Mesa Saturday Amando Martinez, 26, Costa Mesa Stacy Terry Ybarra, 29, Lakewood Friday Dale Pauline Clark, 31, Costa Mesa Johannes Joseph Wernaert, 51, Buena Park Elizabeth Ann Bienko, 37, Newport Beach Mark Edward Ashley, 39, Tustin Thursday Rodney Dewayne Wilhelm, 48, Costa Mesa Christopher Allen Walker, 18, Newport Beach Logan Luther Carson, 19, Newport Beach April 3 Branden Todd Black, 20, Costa Mesa Angela Marie Morris, 28, Newport Beach NEWPORT BEACH Tuesday Joshua Daniel Kalb, 26, Capistrano Beach Monday Michael Jon Tamburina, 37, Mission Viejo Sunday Aleandro Fabian Bouvier, 31, Upland Linsey Lee Veit, 35, Huntington Beach Saturday Eric Sean Persons, 35, Santa Monica Stan Sheel Tayi, 26, Irvine Joshua Roy Delbert Black, 22, Dana Point Richard Gary Curnutte, 48, Huntington Beach REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS COSTA MESA 395 E. 2nd. St., $565,000 341 Alva Lane, $497,000 2236 Pacific Ave., $280,000 830 Joann St., $270,000...
NEWS
By Jill Cowan | April 23, 2013
Residents fighting a proposed ban on beach bonfires could find the Orange County Board of Supervisors in their corner. A staff report for Tuesday's meeting recommends that the supervisors vote to formally oppose the ban, which, if approved, could snuff out beach bonfires throughout Orange and Los Angeles counties. Instead, the report advises the supervisors to support "an option that provides greater flexibility" for cities to determine whether or not wood smoke generated by the fires poses enough of a health risk to justify removing the rings, which many argue have provided generations of beach visitors summer fun. "The county supports a municipality's right to decide the future of its fire rings as this is a local control issue," the report says.
NEWS
May 17, 2001
Don Cantrell He was never fat, but his good friends always called him, "Fat Pat." A native Newporter, his real name was David Patterson. He was also a 6-foot-2, 200-pound bruising tackle at Harbor High in 1947 and at Orange Coast College in 1949-50. His friends were mourning his loss after he passed away Saturday morning. He had been on a trip with his wife to the Morro Bay country. Unfortunately, he had long suffered from a diabetic condition. From one angle, he was an historical figure at Harbor High in 1930.
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NEWS
October 29, 2013
Six former Orange County Girl Scouts will be recognized at the group's fourth annual leadership event Friday in Newport Beach. Those being honored are Shannon Eusey, of Newport Beach; Joan Patronite Kelly and Donna Giordano, both of Huntington Beach; Ashleigh Aitken, of Anaheim Hills; Ingrid Otero-Smart, of Capistrano Beach; and Laila Pence, of Tustin. The event will host more than 400 of Orange County's community and business leaders to raise money to support the Girl Scouts of Orange County's leadership development programs, according to a news release.
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SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | August 20, 2013
When Mary Longpre filled out her photographer credential for the upcoming America's Cup, she submitted information about an important project. Longpre, a Newport Beach resident and a Balboa Yacht Club member, will be in the process of completing a book of photos of her experiences at the grand regatta that takes place in San Francisco Bay this year. This will be her ninth America's Cup that she will cover as a photographer. Her first America's Cup was in 1987, when, for the first time, the event, that has the oldest trophy in international sport, took place in Australia.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan and Anthony Clark Carpio | June 7, 2013
Regional air-quality regulators floated a compromise this week in the face of fierce debate over the South Coast Air Quality Management District's proposed ban on beach fire rings. An updated rule change proposal released Thursday night softens an earlier iteration of the proposed rule — which would have banned wood-burning fire rings from beaches in Orange and Los Angeles counties — by creating "buffer zones" between fire rings and homes and allowing for greater local control.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan | April 23, 2013
Residents fighting a proposed ban on beach bonfires could find the Orange County Board of Supervisors in their corner. A staff report for Tuesday's meeting recommends that the supervisors vote to formally oppose the ban, which, if approved, could snuff out beach bonfires throughout Orange and Los Angeles counties. Instead, the report advises the supervisors to support "an option that provides greater flexibility" for cities to determine whether or not wood smoke generated by the fires poses enough of a health risk to justify removing the rings, which many argue have provided generations of beach visitors summer fun. "The county supports a municipality's right to decide the future of its fire rings as this is a local control issue," the report says.
SPORTS
From the Los Angeles Times | May 23, 2012
Well into his 70s, Terry Martin could be found most days in his Dana Point workshop sanding blocks of polyurethane foam into precision-shaped surfboards. With his big white beard and barrel chest, Martin looked like Santa riding out a blizzard of swirling white dust. Over a nearly six-decade career, Martin is said to have shaped more surfboards than anyone - some 80,000 - although the exact number is unknowable. Martin himself once said he stopped counting after 50,000.
LOCAL
June 11, 2009
Submitted by Dannielle Padilla  Capo Beach Calvary Preschool & Jr. K, a South Orange County school committed to stimulating and encouraging students through a relaxed, child-centered environment, today announced the schedule of events for its Summer Adventure Camp. With theme-based activities involving pirates, puppies, jumpers and more, the program is open to all children ages 2 1/2 to 5 years old and will take place from June 22 to August 28, 2009, at 25975 Domingo Avenue in Capistrano Beach, Calif.
LOCAL
By Kelly Strodl | May 18, 2007
Newport Beach Police detectives say they have identified the source of hundreds of compromised identities used to dummy credit cards to buy possibly hundreds of thousands of dollars of merchandise from local stores. Police are looking at 47-year-old Christopher Aragon as the ringleader of a four-person crew found in possession of large quantities of drugs, Coach handbags, MP3 players and digital cameras. Aragon, the former president of Mission Pacific Capital in Capistrano Beach, is suspected of obtaining hundreds of credit profiles of people who did business with the company, which closed its doors in 2000.
NEWS
January 12, 2005
These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. NEWPORT BEACH Tuesday, Dec. 28 Kristina Ann Camenos, 34, Huntington Beach Thursday, Dec. 30 Dean Winston Zander, 30, San Clemente Friday, Dec. 31 Richard Joseph Cantu, 24, Anaheim Hills Jorge Ochoa Pastrana, 36, Winnetka Saturday, Jan. 1 Tiffany Sciacca Appleton, 24, Newport Beach Sunday, Jan. 2 Jacqueline Lynn Cadotte, 42, Capistrano Beach Lorenzo Thompson, 40, Compton Monday, Jan. 3 Curtis James Meyer, 26, Westminster Tuesday, Jan. 4 James Sterling Brewer, 51, Newport Beach Katherine Anne Wilson, 23, Costa Mesa John Robert Fluor II, 59, Newport Beach Friday, Jan. 7 Stephen Craig Fraser, 42, Newport Beach Saturday, Jan. 8 Rogelio Hernandez Dichardo, 23, Anaheim Anthony Ryan Savoji, 20, Newport Beach Andrew Scott Gaume, 21, McKinney, Texas Sunday, Jan. 9 Chela Graciela Martinez, 29, Costa Mesa Jesse Edward Mills, 24, Irvine COSTA MESA Thursday, Dec. 30 Gregory Lennex, 27, Cypress Marcus Smith, 43, Lake Elsinore Abel Rodriguez, 52, Anaheim Saturday, Jan. 1 Jim Hansen, 40, Anaheim Juanita...
NEWS
December 18, 2004
The wish list for the holidays does not seem to end: Clean air, peace in the Middle East and more family time made it onto some people's wish lists. For those who have not made up their minds yet, a gift card seemed like the perfect gift. To a get a sense of what people are hoping for this Christmas and what their hopes are for the new year, Daily Pilot intern Indulata Prasad hit the streets Thursday. She ended up near the Newport Beach Public Library.
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