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May 12, 2007
AREA 1 Stromboli Road: Identity theft was reported in the 2800 block at 10:58 a.m. Thursday. West 18th Street: Petty theft was reported in the 600 block at 7:06 p.m. Thursday. AREA 2 Pinecreek Drive: A vehicle burglary was reported in the 2800 block at 5:59 a.m. Thursday. Pinecreek Drive: Identity theft was reported in the 2800 block at 3:19 p.m. Thursday. AREA 3 16th Street: A vehicle theft was reported in the 1800 block at 10:31 a.m. Friday.
April 20, 2002
Young Chang Wendy Marvel is disturbed by the use of the female form in Western culture. Women are idealized, and the subjects used in advertisements and other forms of media get stripped of an identity, she said. "A photograph is not a reality," continued the 33-year-old artist. "What our society views as ideal or normal is actually a perfect or nonpersonal view of the female form." The subjective becomes the objective, what starts and begins as an idea gets mistaken for reality.
By Brianna Bailey | January 10, 2009
Costa Mesa police tackled a man on the Santa Ana Country Club golf course after authorities say he nearly ran over a police officer and crashed a car through a fence into the country club while fleeing the scene of a suspected drug deal in a grocery store parking lot on Friday night. Police shot a second man involved in the incident with a Taser gun after he fled the parking lot on foot. Law enforcement officials now believe that the men were involved in an identity-theft scheme involving stolen bank account information, said Costa Mesa Police Lt. Clay Epperson.
By Kelly Strodl | July 17, 2007
A recent wave of identity thefts at a Huntington Beach service station resembles a string of similar rip-offs at Costa Mesa stations in October and April, authorities say. But so far they don't have enough evidence to say if they are connected. The thieves struck a Huntington Beach Arco station last week by placing a hard-to-see shell over the payment machine to steal debit-card numbers where customers swipe them. For the last few weeks investigators have been poring over surveillance videos from several gas station payment kiosks to develop leads on suspects.
April 9, 2004
TRICIA BEHLE At the beginning of "Jersey Girl," Ollie Trinke (Ben Affleck) seems to have the perfect life. He's a successful music publicist in New York, married to a beautiful woman (Jennifer Lopez) and expecting his first child. Then, his ideal life is destroyed when his wife dies during childbirth -- shortly afterward, he is fired from his job. Ollie and his newborn daughter move in with Ollie's father (George Carlin) back in New Jersey, and so, Ollie's daughter Gertie (Raquel Castro)
September 25, 2004
There is no reasonable objective why the NCAA would not allow Armstrong to modify her team's uniform to meet with the standards of her faith. Armstrong's uniform could easily resemble the style, color and fabric that the team wears, but modified -- a longer version. Those who argue that her uniform would become a distraction must also hold the view that clear facemasks worn by some athletes are also distracting -- it's an empty argument. Just as athletes have all the rights to protect their health, they should also have the right not to compromise their faith.
October 29, 2007
Pinchers, Pomeranians and poodles were transformed into princesses and at the Howl’oween Dog Show Sunday afternoon at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa. About 10 sixth-graders from Christ Lutheran School attended the event from 3 to 5 p.m., some getting ridiculously creative with their pet’s attire. Among the costume-clad canines was a 130-pound English Labrador named Boscoe who came dressed as Dog the Bounty Hunter from the popular reality television show. Another dog, Dixie, gained oohs and ahs as a tiny princess, but had trouble keeping her hat on top of her head.
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