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November 12, 2003
These 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. COSTA MESA Sunday Anthony Thomas Vanausdoll, 32, Costa Mesa Martin Bahena-Arzate, 30, Costa Mesa Matt Henry Wunder, 31, Cypress Saturday Alexander Edward Ash, 24, Costa Mesa Frederick John Wasilewski, 20, Costa Mesa Jared Lee Fuller, 24, Huntington Beach Erick Santiago Coti-Hernandez, 26, Los Angeles Jason Kelly Lancaster, 22, Riverside Friday Abelardo Mejia, 21, Santa Ana Thursday Heather Katherine Murphy, 21, Costa Mesa Wednesday Blair George Stone, 23, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Monday David Michael Wyatt, 40, Hawaiian Gardens Jason C. Bott, 37, Newport Beach Sunday Carl W. Gardolfo, 55, Bolingbrook, Ill. Saturday Brian Kenneth Eschbach, 31, San Clemente Joseph Michael Kelleher, 26, Huntington Beach John Larson Gresseth, 28, Newport Beach Thursday Jamison Harold Sung, 27, Monrovia
FEATURES
August 19, 2008
Editor’s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proven guilty.   NEWPORT BEACH Aug. 12 Jessica Venegas, 30, Newport Beach Aug. 13 Nicholas Kendle, 30, Costa Mesa Neil Sharkey, 31, Irvine Michael Pritchard, 29, Trabuco Canyon Thursday Roger Pullis, 37, Beverly Hills Miguel Mendoza, 19, Santa Ana Pablo Perfecto, 22, Buena Park James Jolliffe, 62, Newport Beach Friday Jophiel Bachiller, 24, Long Beach Heshmat Ali, 33, Downey Dev Aggarwal, 29, Newport Beach Saturday Robert Trinen, 54, Newport Beach Jared Griffith, 19, Redlands Sunday Gregorio Nieto, 18, Costa Mesa Monday Robert Greve, 33, Hawaiian Gardens   COSTA MESA Aug. 12 Manuel Cholula, 46, Santa Ana Aug. 13 Adrien Tanguay, 27, Costa Mesa Thursday Chandrasekara Pathiranage, 49, Costa Mesa Friday Dustin Woodall, 39, Costa Mesa Stefano Sensi, 46, Costa Mesa Rondi Osborn, 45, Newport Beach Maurice Bond, 25, Ontario James Zielinski, 33, Huntington Beach Miguel Barrueta, 33, Costa Mesa Saturday Vinh Phi, 27, Fountain Valley Jeffrey Schumann, 32, Redondo Beach Joseph Macchi,...
NEWS
December 23, 2000
Tony Altobelli HAWAIIAN GARDENS - The Newport Harbor High girls basketball team will resume play after Christmas break with some extra bounce in its step following Friday night's 45-22 consolation win over Britannia High of British Columbia at the Artesia Tournament. "The monkey is finally off our backs," a happy Coach Glenn Albios said. "We're all excited to finally get that first win under our belts. We've been close the past couple of games, but tonight we finally pulled one out."
NEWS
October 25, 2003
The Costa Mesa Jr. Pee Wee Black Mustangs remained undefeated with a 34-0 win over the La Habra Silver Lions in Pop Warner Football action last Saturday. Parker Norton scored three touchdowns and Mark Contreras added two more for the Mustangs. Norton and Contreras combined for more than 250 yards of offense. Grant McKee and Graeme Fraser each gained more than 80 yards on three carries. McKee and Tyler Henry, who filled in for the injured Buzzy Yokoyama at fullback, made some crushing blocks and added some strong defense.
NEWS
April 25, 2001
REAL ESTATE COSTA MESA 2412 Orange Ave., $411,000 2335 Elden Ave., $330,000 2451 Elden Ave., $190,500 851 Victoria St., $275,000 427 E. 19th St., $463,000 2157 Pacific Ave., $263,000 NEWPORT BEACH 1000 Dover Drive, $575,000 152 Villa Point Drive, $390,000 1019 Marian Lane, $730,000 DUI ARRESTS The following people have been arrested recently on suspicion of driving under...
NEWS
January 28, 2010
I feel that the truth about marijuana is hidden. First, our forefathers and their families grew and used it more than any other garden plant or medicine around. It was the most helpful plant on the planet before it was made illegal. Another problem is that most people who have used marijuana did so with no guidance. I strongly feel that most first-time users are not helped or taught how to use it properly. I would compare it to drinking a whole gallon of tequila the first time you ever tried alcohol.
NEWS
December 22, 1999
HAWAIIAN GARDENS - Costa Mesa High's girls basketball team will be trying to improve on a 5-4 record with a 2:45 test against Schurr today in a consolation final at the Artesia/Bellflower Tournament following Tuesday's 64-58 victory over Warren. The Mustangs, who jumped to a 42-21 lead before Warren got back into the game with three bank shots from three-point territory, saw their advantage melt to 55-52 before taking control of the issue down the stretch.
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By STEVE SMITH | January 4, 2006
Thanks to the kindness of some friends in the mid-1970s, I was able to attend a few Rose Bowls. The seats were good, but it wouldn't have mattered. Any seat in any weather at the Rose Bowl is a good seat. I have been trying to get tickets for today's game for several weeks, both through eBay and by dropping hints with anyone who may be even remotely connected to someone who knows someone who knows someone who could get me some. The eBay plan was a flop. Ever since the bowl lineup was announced, ticket prices were high and got higher.
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January 28, 2010
I feel that the truth about marijuana is hidden. First, our forefathers and their families grew and used it more than any other garden plant or medicine around. It was the most helpful plant on the planet before it was made illegal. Another problem is that most people who have used marijuana did so with no guidance. I strongly feel that most first-time users are not helped or taught how to use it properly. I would compare it to drinking a whole gallon of tequila the first time you ever tried alcohol.
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October 7, 2008
Editor’s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. NEWPORT BEACH Sept. 30 Olga Resnick, 22, Santa Ana Thursday Chanda Parrett, 31, Aliso Viejo Jaqueline Solorza, 22, Huntington Beach Friday Bulmaro Ramirez-Castillo, 28, Placentia Robert Madden, 39, Newport Beach Ryan Hadley, 22, Medford, Ore. Kimberly Coleman, 38, Irvine Saturday Kimberly Fanelli, 36, Westminster Cory Patrick, 58, Newport Beach George Chesney, 48, Anaheim Nashwan Yousuf, 29, Moreno Valley Patrick Cory, 58, Newport Beach Sunday Charles Abrams, 21, Newport Beach Brandon Ruffin, 28, Newport Beach   COSTA MESA Sept.
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By STEVE SMITH | January 4, 2006
Thanks to the kindness of some friends in the mid-1970s, I was able to attend a few Rose Bowls. The seats were good, but it wouldn't have mattered. Any seat in any weather at the Rose Bowl is a good seat. I have been trying to get tickets for today's game for several weeks, both through eBay and by dropping hints with anyone who may be even remotely connected to someone who knows someone who knows someone who could get me some. The eBay plan was a flop. Ever since the bowl lineup was announced, ticket prices were high and got higher.
NEWS
May 5, 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 Sunday Genaro Gonzalez-Garcia, 35, Costa Mesa Erik Arias, 30, Santa Ana Sergio Berman-Cortez, 26, Hawaiian Gardens James Edward Rowley, 43, Long Beach Saturday Kent Bradley Hambly, 44, Tustin Luis Fernando Ampique-Granados, 32, Santa Ana Jack Daniel Potter, 22, Santa Ana Hugo Luna-Romero, 29, San Jose Alfred Richard Eckert, 49, Newport Beach Michael David Lawhorn, 21, Mission Viejo Claudio Manfrin, 29, Costa Mesa Friday Jeremy James Nicholson, 27, Newport Beach Gregory Shey Macy, 25, Cypress Ramon Ruiz, 29, Anaheim Keith Eric Reber, 43, Costa Mesa Wednesday Gabriel Mateo-Santiago, 39, Costa Mesa
NEWS
October 25, 2003
The Costa Mesa Jr. Pee Wee Black Mustangs remained undefeated with a 34-0 win over the La Habra Silver Lions in Pop Warner Football action last Saturday. Parker Norton scored three touchdowns and Mark Contreras added two more for the Mustangs. Norton and Contreras combined for more than 250 yards of offense. Grant McKee and Graeme Fraser each gained more than 80 yards on three carries. McKee and Tyler Henry, who filled in for the injured Buzzy Yokoyama at fullback, made some crushing blocks and added some strong defense.
NEWS
April 25, 2001
REAL ESTATE COSTA MESA 2412 Orange Ave., $411,000 2335 Elden Ave., $330,000 2451 Elden Ave., $190,500 851 Victoria St., $275,000 427 E. 19th St., $463,000 2157 Pacific Ave., $263,000 NEWPORT BEACH 1000 Dover Drive, $575,000 152 Villa Point Drive, $390,000 1019 Marian Lane, $730,000 DUI ARRESTS The following people have been arrested recently on suspicion of driving under...
NEWS
December 23, 2000
Tony Altobelli HAWAIIAN GARDENS - The Newport Harbor High girls basketball team will resume play after Christmas break with some extra bounce in its step following Friday night's 45-22 consolation win over Britannia High of British Columbia at the Artesia Tournament. "The monkey is finally off our backs," a happy Coach Glenn Albios said. "We're all excited to finally get that first win under our belts. We've been close the past couple of games, but tonight we finally pulled one out."
NEWS
December 22, 1999
HAWAIIAN GARDENS - Costa Mesa High's girls basketball team will be trying to improve on a 5-4 record with a 2:45 test against Schurr today in a consolation final at the Artesia/Bellflower Tournament following Tuesday's 64-58 victory over Warren. The Mustangs, who jumped to a 42-21 lead before Warren got back into the game with three bank shots from three-point territory, saw their advantage melt to 55-52 before taking control of the issue down the stretch.
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