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Councilman Andrews Hosts 7th Annual “Serving With A Thankful Heart” Thanksgiving Banquet

Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews - Photo from Facebook Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews – Photo from Facebook Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews is pleased to announce his 7th Annual “Serving With A Thankful Heart” Thanksgiving Banquet on Monday, November 24, 2014, at Ernest S.

$203,000 Federal Grant Awarded to The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office

grant-money The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office has been selected to receive a $203,000 federal grant for its efforts to combat gang crime in Long Beach. The grant was awarded by the United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

For The Child to Host Children’s Book Drive at First Fridays

for-the-child For The Child is thrilled to accept new children’s book donations at Bixby Knolls First Fridays event Today, June 6 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. near the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association offices (4313 Atlantic Ave.).

Torrance Transit Bus Driver Found Guilty of Manslaughter

gavel Torrance Transit bus driver Sevell Benson was convicted Thursday of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for the death of an elderly man killed in Long Beach in 2012.

City Prosecutor Doug Haubert to Speak at Long Beach Central Project Area Council Meeting Thursday

Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 6pm at the Bixby Café at 3900 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, 90807.

Hit-and-Run Driver That Reported His Vehicle Stolen Convicted on Multiple Charges

Crime Jail Marcus Brandon Williams, 33, of Wilmington, California, has been found guilty by a jury of multiple charges stemming from a bizarre incident that began with reckless driving incident, followed by a police chase in Long Beach last year.

Police Advise to Beware of Residential Burglary Tactics

crime-scene-tape-lg A surge in residential burglaries is prompting the Long Beach Police Department to alert the community so that they can learn about a ploy suspects are sometimes using to target homes, to learn what preventive measures can be taken, and to remind residents to report suspicious activity without delay.

Man Banned From Belmont Shore for 3 Years For Public Intoxication

Man banned from Belmont Shore for public intoxication The first person sentenced under the Belmont Shore Ban was announced this week when Andrew P. Zea, 24, of Long Beach, pleaded “No Contest” to public intoxication Monday. Zea was sentenced to 60 days in jail, and ordered to serve 3 years on summary probation.

LB City Prosecutor Doug Haubert To Read at First Books During First Fridays

City Prosecutor Files Charges For Transportation of Unsafe Loads Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert Join your 7th District Councilmember on Friday, May 4th from 5:30 – 6:30 PM for First Books at First Fridays, a monthly event held at Dana Branch Library as part of First Fridays. First Books is a family friendly event where Councilmember James Johnson and his guests read their favorite children’s books.

Woman Who Lied About Abandoned Baby Ordered to Pay Restitution

Sonia Inez Hernandez lied about finding an abandoned baby in February. Sonia Inez Hernandez, who lied about finding an abandoned baby at a gas station, will have to pay back the city of Long Beach for the search and rescue efforts. Sonia Ines Hernandez, 52, the woman who fabricated a story about finding an infant abandoned at a gas station, pleaded no contest today to misdemeanor criminal charges and was ordered to repay the City of Long Beach for responding to the hoax, Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert announced today.

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