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“Kill the Police”??

On Saturday, January 31, graffiti was spotted near the entrance to the Anaheim Police Department on Harbor Boulevard that read “Kill the Police.” Later, demonstrators gathered with signs condemning the police as murderers. Much of the demonstrators’ anger, of course, stems from recent stories about (mostly white) police officers shooting unarmed black men. To my knowledge they didn’t mention that ...

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Anaheim Police Arrest Suspect In January 2014 Burglary in Anaheim Hills

This came over the transom from the Anaheim Police Department: Subject: Suspect Arrested in Anaheim Hills Residential Burglary On January 21, 2014 at 10:30 p.m. Anaheim Police were called to an Anaheim Hills home to investigate a residential burglary. The victims, a family of four, reported a male suspect had broken into their home while they were getting ready for bed. ...

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Peaceful “Support Law Enforcement” Gathering In Anaheim

On Sunday, January 18, 2015, about 50 residents, including Mayor Tom Tait and several off-duty and retired APD officers, gathered along Anaheim Boulevard in front of City Hall holding placards supporting the Anaheim Police Department. Dressed in blue, the participants formed a “thin blue line” along the curb as a symbolic gesture of support for the men and women who ...

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Anaheim Police to Increase Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Enforcement

This came over the transom from the Anaheim Police Department: Anaheim Police to Increase Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Enforcement The Anaheim Police Department will increase Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations several days during the months of January and February with focused enforcement on collision causing factors involving motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Extra officers will be on duty patrolling areas ...

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Anaheim Parolee Arrested in San Berdoo, Assaults Deputy And Tries To Take His Sidearm

From the OC Register: An Anaheim parolee was arrested late last week after officials said he assaulted San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies and attempted to access a loaded handgun during the struggle. Rodolfo Garcia Lopez, a 28-year-old from Anaheim who is also known as Rudy Garcia, is on parole for an Anaheim home invasion robbery, according to San Bernardino sheriff’s ...

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City Officials Dedicate Anaheim’s Newest Community Park: Paul Revere Park

This past Saturday, January 13, city officials and residents gathered to officially dedicate Anaheim’s newest community park – Paul Revere Park on Guinida Lane in south Anaheim and adjacent to Paul Revere Elementary School.   Park amenities include a volleyball court, gazebo, playground area, exercise stations, native landscape and plantings, security lights, picnicking facilities and open turf area.  It isn’t a very big ...

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