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By Jeremiah Dobruck | October 15, 2013
Costa Mesa police have arrested a man accused of kidnapping and assaulting his estranged wife, whom he suspected was in a relationship with another man. Martin Neas, 36, allegedly stalked his wife - who had a restraining order against him - and followed her to a drug store in Santa Ana just before midnight Thursday. As the woman tried to leave in her Mini Cooper, Neas pushed her into the car's passenger seat and assaulted her, leaving her with bruises and swelling on her face and leg, police said.
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NEWS
July 5, 2013
Newport Beach earned recognition from the Assn. of California Cities Orange County last week for its completion of a major dredging project, its public art program and its efforts to cut back on paper printing. "I am very proud of the recognition by our peers and community leaders of the innovations underway in Newport Beach," Mayor Keith Curry said in a statement. "The recently completed bay dredging project was done at a savings of more than $10 million through our partnership with the Port of Long Beach.
NEWS
June 9, 2010
Police have identified the three people arrested this week in connection with a Newport Beach bank robbery as residents of Long Beach. Officers arrested Ronald Jordan, 40, Vishani Williams, 31, and Michael Monette, 38, on suspicion of being the three who robbed a Bank of America on East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar Tuesday morning armed with guns. Police said Jordan and Monette entered the bank and ordered everyone to the ground while they stole cash. The men escaped in a black Dodge Charger, which police tracked to Huntington Beach, said Newport Beach Sgt. Steve Burdette.
SPORTS
October 18, 2012
GIRLS' GOLF Pacific Coast League finals BONSALL - Corona del Mar freshman Amy Matsuoka finished with a six-over-par 78 on Wednesday, giving her a two-day total of 154 to qualify out of the Pacific Coast League finals to the CIF Southern Section Southern Individual Regional next week. Matsuoka, the Pacific Coast League MVP, was the lone CdM golfer at San Luis Rey Downs Golf Resort and Country Club advancing to the Southern Individual Regional at Recreation Park Golf Course in Long Beach on Oct. 24. CdM's Emily Turner and Karlie Moses each missed the cut after totaling 180 and 186, respectively.
SPORTS
February 20, 2014
MEN'S BASKETBALL UC Irvine 60, Hawaii 56 (OT) HONOLULU — The visiting Anteaters made nine of 12 free throws in overtime after missing seven of 10 in regulation to earn the Big West Conference win Thursday night. UCI (18-9, 9-2 in conference), scored the first four points of overtime and held on to avenge a 90-86 overtime loss to the Rainbow Warriors at Bren Events Center and retain sole possession of first in the Big West. Luke Nelson had 12 points to lead the winners, for which Mamadou Ndiaye, Will Davis and Chris McNealy had 11 points apiece.
NEWS
August 2, 2010
Local architect and longtime Newport Beach resident Alan Smith died July 17, 2010, at home, with his family at his bedside. Al was born in Long Beach to Albert and Ruth Smith in 1931.  He graduated from Wilson High School  in 1949.  He graduated from the School of Architecture at UC Berkeley in 1953.  Following graduation Al returned to Long Beach, joining Buffum’s Department Store as an assistant to the store architect, Orson Reynaud.  In 1954 Al met and married Mary Dianne Atkinson, also a Wilson graduate.
SPORTS
May 1, 2014
WOMEN'S WATER POLO UC Irvine 11, Cal State Northridge 4 LONG BEACH — The top-seeded Anteaters earned their fifth Big West Conference tournament title by thumping the Matadors in the final on Sunday at Long Beach State. Hannah Groghan led the winners (24-7) with four goals to capture tournament MVP honors and senior Jessy Cardey scored twice to move atop the school's all-time scoring list with 218 goals. Cardey's total is one more than Robyn Kaake, who completed her career in 2007.
NEWS
By Mike Reicher and Marine Corps veteran Nate Meador, 50, is one of many homeless O.C. veterans struggling with mental illness | June 17, 2010
It's one of the tidiest stretches of road in Newport Beach. On one end, Mercedes-Benz hoods gleam in the Fletcher Jones Motorcars lot. On the other, a gated condo development looms from behind tall palms. Jamboree Road, with its wide lanes, absence of retail development and speeding cars, is one of the last places you'd expect to see someone hanging out on the corner. Especially if that man is homeless. For the past month or so, Nate Meador, 50, has been leaning against lampposts between MacArthur Boulevard and Coast Highway.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | July 27, 2013
LONG BEACH - It was somehow fitting that the team with the most history behind it came out on top in the inaugural final of the World Series Cup as part of the World Series of Beach Volleyball on Saturday at Marine Green Park. This was, after all, a celebration of beach volleyball's past as much as a postcard to its potential future, with the return of the refurbished Assn. of Volleyball Professionals domestic tour ready to kick off a schedule next week that includes six events in seven weeks.
NEWS
October 27, 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. NEWPORT BEACH Tuesday, Oct. 19 John Donald Shimko, 42, Huntington Beach Wednesday, Oct. 20 Wendy Marie Walker, 26, Newport Beach Jana Michelle Kubicek, 29, Newport Beach Roy E. Brown, 36, Cincinnati Friday, Oct. 22 James Butler Beauchamp Jr., 25, Newport Beach Aleksander Szczesny Toporocicz, 49, Long Beach Mark Glenn Hill, 36, Huntington Beach Saturday, Oct. 23 Gina Danniele Delao, 30, Irvine Shawn Lorraine Dunn, 30, Corona Sunday, Oct. 24 Deanna Wilson Stingley, 55, Irvine COSTA MESA DUIs were unavailable.
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