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By Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | July 7, 2010
LAGUNA NIGUEL — For the second straight night, the Newport Beach American Little League All-Stars would have preferred to use a reset button after one inning in the District 55 tournament at Chapparosa Park. But, unlike Tuesday, when they recovered from a four-run first by opposing Newport Beach National to claim a 7-4 win, the only revisions on the scoreboard after a five-run first by designated host Rancho Niguel on Wednesday was a run by the winners. The result was a 6-0 verdict in the loser's bracket semifinal.
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LOCAL
February 22, 2010
The man accused of being Orange County?s most prolific bank robber in years pleaded not guilty Monday to more than a dozen felonies. David Andrew Camp, 50, of Laguna Niguel, was charged with 14 counts of second-degree burglary after police arrested him last week thanks to a tip from family members. Police said Camp robbed 14 banks in Orange County, including two in Costa Mesa, between Nov. 30 and Feb. 9. He was dubbed the ?Blue Note Bandit? because during one of his first robberies, he handed the bank teller a note on blue paper demanding cash, authorities said.
LOCAL
By Erik Holmes | February 19, 2010
SANTA ANA — The Blue Note Bandit’s remarkable run is over, authorities said Friday. After 15 bank robberies in Orange County during a two-and-a-half-month period, including at least two in Costa Mesa, authorities Wednesday arrested and booked David Andrew Camp, 50, an unemployed salesman from Laguna Niguel, for allegedly committing the crimes. A team of FBI and Orange County Sheriff’s Department personnel arrested Camp on an unrelated warrant from Los Angeles.
LOCAL
By Erik HolmesOCLNN.com | February 19, 2010
SANTA ANA – The Blue Note Bandit’s remarkable run is over, authorities said Friday. After a string of 15 bank robberies in Orange County during a two-and-a-half-month period, including in Costa Mesa, authorities on Wednesday arrested and booked David Andrew Camp, a 50-year-old unemployed salesman from Laguna Niguel, for allegedly committing the crimes. A team of FBI and Orange County Sheriff’s Department personnel arrested Camp on an unrelated warrant from Los Angeles.
LOCAL
By Greer Wylder | January 14, 2010
If you missed SOL Cocina’s last tequila dinner, you’re in luck. SOL is celebrating its first tequila dinner of the year at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Executive Chef Deborah Schneider just created a special menu of coastal Mexican cuisine to complement the flavors of Corzo Tequila. First, a reception featuring a Corzo specialty margarita, and then a four-course dinner paired with handcrafted cocktails featuring Corzo silver, reposado and anejo tequilas. The premium tequila comes from Jalisco (Mexico’s primary agave growing region)
NEWS
November 23, 2009
Lindsay Anne Soltani May 27, 1980 – November 19, 2009 Beloved wife, mother, and daughter, Lindsay is survived by her husband, Ali Soltani, her son, Ali Jr., her parents, John and Susan Overstreet, her brother, Geoff Overstreet, and in-laws Ahmad and Marcia Soltani with their sons Areio & Maziar . Professionally she worked as a Paralegal/Office Admin. with Ali Mortazavi for 9 years. Though her life was prematurely cut short, Lindsay touched the lives of many. Her caring, loyalty, and charisma made an impression on all who knew her. She loved spending time with family and friends, cruises, baking, and cultivating a warm household for her husband and son. We will all miss the beautiful, brilliant light that was Lindsay.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | October 22, 2009
Newport Beach police are pointing to an Oct. 6 incident at Fashion Island that involved a potential armed robbery as the first successful real life application by police officers of Orange County’s AlertOC system, which automatically calls residents with emergency information. As a helicopter circled above and police spread out near Fashion Island about 11 a.m., an automated, AlertOC call went out to 920 phones in the Big Canyon community. It was the first time that Newport Beach police have had to use AlertOC since it was launched in May, police said.
FEATURES
October 22, 2009
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 Oct. 15 Elizabeth Harris, 42, Los Angeles Saturday Clayton Brown, 18, Huntington Beach Ramon Mejia, 45, Venice Fred Nowroozi, 64, Newport Beach Sunday Abuzied Nasser, 43, Mission Viejo Ryan Schlembach, 27, Newport Beach Wednesday Jesse Villa, 29, Whittier Costa Mesa Oct. 15 David Herron, 58, Laguna Niguel Marjorie Crawford, 70, Huntington Beach Oct. 16 Hugo Dominguez-Munoz, 21, Costa Mesa Edward Francis, 43, Santa Ana Louis Boema, 51, Huntington Beach Saturday Erin Butler, 23, Huntington Beach Eliza Boykin, 24, Venice Branden Blak, 28, Costa Mesa Sunday Scott Wardall, 19, Costa Mesa Capriano Gutierez, 28, Garden Grove Marlin Hoffman, 22, Costa Mesa Monday John Krieger, 53, Costa Mesa John Gibson, 43, Newport Beach Tuesday Gregory Hall, 50, Costa Mesa Wednesday Ken Mihara, 40, Costa Mesa Sallie Mantonis, 55, Anaheim
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | September 2, 2009
When Sue Brown thinks back on her friend of more than four decades, Doris, she’ll always think of her smile. “That was her thing. She had a wonderful smile and was always happy. She was happy till the end,” Brown said. Doris Kagley, who was a counselor and athletic coach at Orange Coast College and Golden West College for 32 years, died Saturday. She was 79. Kagley began her career with OCC in the 1960s as a teacher, coach and counselor. She was a psychology professor and counselor and was tapped to help create a women’s track team.
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