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Manhattan Beach Fines People Not Wearing Masks In Public

Posted by Dan Kann | Jul 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

The ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has led to many changes in day to day life. Unfortunately, cases of coronavirus continue to rise throughout the state and country and while stay at home orders are no longer in place, many cities have issued emergency orders regarding masks to try to prev...

Staying Safe this Fourth of July

Posted by Dan Kann | Jul 04, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Fourth of July is coming up. It is a holiday filled with fun, fireworks, and, often, drinking. Although the current coronavirus pandemic will likely change the way people celebrate this year, it will certainly still be a day of celebration. However, when celebrating involves drinking, unfort...

Los Angeles Police Seize 2,000 Pounds of Illegal Fireworks

Posted by Dan Kann | Jul 03, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Fourth of July is coming up and everyone associates the holiday with fireworks. This year, illegal fireworks have started earlier than usual, and across the country, there are more complaints about fireworks than normal. In fact, according to The Eastsider, firework complaints filed during th...

Stay Safe on Fourth of July—Don’t Drink and Drive

Posted by Dan Kann | Jul 02, 2020 | 0 Comments

Independence Day is just around the corner! The 4th of July holiday traditionally includes BBQs and parties with family and friends, which often include alcohol as a part of the celebration. Due to the likelihood of alcohol involved in Ventura 4th of July celebrations, police officers are oft...

Three Arrested in Port Hueneme Toilet Paper Theft

Posted by Dan Kann | Jun 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

The current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has certainly disrupted the lives of California residents. One of the more interesting items that has been in hot demand since the beginning of the shelter in place orders is toilet paper. Toilet paper has been flying off store shelves throughout Southern...

What is Looting?

Posted by Dan Kann | Jun 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Recently, people around the country have been protesting after the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed by a white Minneapolis police officer.  The protests have centered on ending police brutality and the continued need to fight racism nationwide. In many locations, the protests...

Fan Who Was Attacked After a Game Sues Dodgers

Posted by Dan Kann | Jun 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

In 2019, Rafael Reyna was attacked by another fan in the Dodgers' stadium parking lot after a home game. At the time of the attack, Reyna was on the phone with his wife who heard him being assaulted and heard his head hit the ground. The attack resulted in serious injuries to Reyna--his skull was...

What is Alternative Sentencing?

Posted by Dan Kann | Jun 06, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you are convicted of a crime in California, it is helpful to know that this does not mean you will be automatically sent to prison. Under California law, there are different types of consequences for criminal behavior and it does not always include incarceration. These different types of sente...

Over 230 Tons of Marijuana Seized in Hemet in 2019

Posted by Dan Kann | Jun 01, 2020 | 0 Comments

According to ABC 7 News, police cracked down on illegal marijuana growing operations in Hemet and throughout Riverside County in 2019. The Riverside County Sheriff's department seized over 230 tons of marijuana throughout the year. This amount of marijuana was valued at over $466 million. As ...

Oxnard Collision Results in Death of Bicyclist

Posted by Dan Kann | May 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Southern California weather and traditionally busy streets make bicycling a common form of transportation in the area. Though vehicles and bikes try to share the road, accidents can still happen. Recently, an Oxnard traffic collision involving a car and a bicyclist resulted in the death of th...

Porch Pirates Strike Amid Coronavirus Delivery Changes

Posted by Dan Kann | May 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

When a person takes a package that does not belong to them off the porch of another person, they are referred to as a “porch pirate.” Nowadays, it's common for people to have packages from Amazon and other companies delivered more than once a week. The current stay at home orders due to the COVID...

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