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November 27, 2007
?When Mr. Del Real tells us to go to a website, I?ll go where he tells us. If he tells us to have fun, we?ll have fun. It?s pretty awesome having a laptop.? ? ?I?m going to use it for helping me with my homework and going on websites like dictionary.com and it will keep me entertained when I?m bored at home.? ? ?I?m going to use it for education things like writing and poetry.? 10, Newport Beach ? ?Probably when we know how to do everything we?
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LOCAL
By Daniel Tedford | January 24, 2008
A UC Irvine police dispatcher who allegedly posted photos of at least three Newport Harbor High water polo players on gay pornographic websites has been put on leave by the department, UCI police said. Scott Cornelius has been placed on 30-day paid administrative leave. The department’s human resources regulations require a certain number of days be set, but Asst. Chief Jeff Hutchinson said officials have the ability to extend it if necessary. The investigation surrounding the taking and posting of the photos will be done by an outside department and law firm, according to Hutchinson.
NEWS
November 5, 2005
Managing editor named editor of Pilot; editor will lead papers' online work.After more than six years of navigating the Daily Pilot as it grew back to seven-days-a-week paper and added coverage of UC Irvine, Editor Tony Dodero has handed his post over to S.J. Cahn, who has been the paper's managing editor. Dodero is being promoted to general manager of the websites for the Pilot and its seven sister papers. There he will oversee both the business and editorial sides of the Times Community News websites.
NEWS
January 30, 2007
The Daily Pilot asked sixth-graders at Newport Elementary School, "What do you like to do on computers?" "I play games. I go on websites."   Morgan Mexia, 11 Newport Beach "I e-mail my friends a lot." Dana Siegel, 11 Newport Beach "I do a lot of e-mailing and instant messaging, and I like to go on Club Penguin to play games." Lexi Newport Kunkle, 12   Beach "I usually get a lot of my tickets there, because I go to sports games."
LOCAL
February 23, 2008
UCI police officer Scott Cornelius’ paid absence was extended another month while investigators continue to look into allegations that he posted photos of Newport Harbor High School athletes on gay pornographic websites, university officials said Friday. University police extended Cornelius’ absence, which began Jan. 22, to March 24 while the private law firm Ferguson Praet Sherman continues its investigation. UCI Assistant Chief Jeff Hutchison expects the investigation to finish before March 24, but human resource regulations at the university mandate that administrative absences have a specified end-date, he said.
LOCAL
January 25, 2008
A UCI police dispatcher who allegedly posted photos of at least three Newport Harbor High School water polo players on gay pornographic websites has been put on leave by the department, police said. Scott Cornelius has been placed on 30-day paid administrative leave. The department’s human resources regulations require a certain number of days be set, but Assistant Chief Jeff Hutchinson said officials have the ability to extend it if necessary. The investigation surrounding the taking and posting of the photos will be done by an outside department and law firm, according to Hutchinson.
LOCAL
By By Lauren Vane | February 16, 2006
Police presentation discusses websites parents may not know about and that could be dangerous.Newport Beach police warned Newport Harbor High School parents Wednesday that they need to be more savvy about what their teenagers are doing online. Crime-prevention specialist Andi Querry was invited by the Newport Harbor PTA to introduce parents to the online world their teenagers may frequent without their knowledge. On the agenda were two websites in particular: Myspace.com, the popular and controversial networking website, and OCplatinum.
FEATURES
By Tamara Henn | November 29, 2008
Like it or not, the holiday shopping season has officially begun. Want to skip the crowds at the mall this year? Relax: There are plenty of stress-free alternatives to finding perfect presents for everyone on your gift list. You can shop online and never leave the comfort of your chair as you peruse retail and auction websites. Or you can save money and make gift baskets, holiday treats, and unique crafts that showcase your creativity. The Newport Beach Public Library has an impressive selection of gift-giving guides, online shopping tutorials, and specialty crafts titles to cure your holiday shopping blues.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | March 25, 2008
A UCI police dispatcher will receive another month of paid administrative leave while investigators continue to look into his alleged connections to photographs of Newport Harbor High School water polo players on gay pornographic websites, university officials said Monday. Scott Cornelius, 44, was placed on paid administrative leave in January after accusations surfaced that he had posted photos of unsuspecting high school-aged male water polo players on websites with gay pornographic content, authorities said.
NEWS
From the Los Angeles Times | January 2, 2012
A federal grand jury has indicted six foreign nationals, alleging they ran an elaborate money-laundering operation that scammed hundreds of customers out of more than $4 million in fake Internet car sales on reputable websites. Several state and local law enforcement agencies, including the Costa Mesa Police Department, provided substantial assistance during the investigation, according to a Department of Justice news release. The 24-count indictment accuses the four men and two women of offering vehicles for sale on eBay Motors, Auto Trader, Yahoo!
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