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News | June 20, 2002
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LOCAL
By Kelly Strodl and Michael Alexander | December 21, 2006
More than 300 officers from several law enforcement agencies recently assisted in a massive sweep across Orange County, which led to the arrest of 57 alleged members of a white supremacist gang with strong ties to Huntington Beach. Some of the alleged members of the Public Enemy Number 1 (PEN1) street gang arrested in the Dec. 14 sweeps appeared in court Friday and Monday to answer allegations. Charges included possession of illegal weapons and narcotics, forgery and identity theft, said Sgt. Rick Martinez of the Anaheim Police Department, the officer in charge of public information for the sweep.
NEWS
May 25, 2000
Torus Tammer Sunset at Bolsa Chica State Beach is the perfect time to have a mellow night enjoying good company and the spoils of a well-planned cookout. Fire rings supply an ultimate scene for barbecuing, relaxing and watching the sun call it a day. In order to make things easier, we have compiled some helpful advice and suggestions from some top chefs in town. Before you plan your beach barbecue, there some basic rules to be aware of. The fire rings at Bolsa Chica are accessible to the public from 6 a.m through 10 p.m., though the gates close at 9 p.m. Parking fees are $6 per car. Alcohol and glass bottles are not permitted on the beach.
NEWS
June 20, 2002
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NEWS
By Anthony Clark Carpio | May 15, 2013
Three of the four teens who allegedly beat a man nearly to death with skateboards were charged Thursday with assault with a deadly weapon with great bodily injury, said Huntington Beach Police Lt. Mitch O'Brien. One suspect was released without being charged, O'Brien said. Viktor Silcock , 25, of Huntington Beach, was allegedly beaten by a group of skateboarders Friday in Murdy Park. Silcock is expected to survive, but he remains in critical condition in UC I rvine Medical Center's trauma unit after sustaining blunt-force trauma to his head when a group of teenagers allegedly attacked him inside a laundromat, police said.  According to public records, Silcock is a member of a Huntington Beach family that includes more than 40 adopted boys with special needs.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | May 30, 2012
Folks in Laguna Beach and Newport Coast won't have to journey to the Balboa Peninsula anymore to get their sensational, fresh fish tacos from Bear Flag Fish Co. This casual restaurant and seafood market has opened a location in the Crystal Cove Promenade. Just like the original, it's been packed since the day it opened. Owners Thomas and Erika Carson created the company based on "the love of the ocean and, most of all, the love and knowledge of fresh seafood. " Thomas, a Newport native, grew up working on his dad's fishing boat called Bear Flag.
NEWS
By Chris Epting | March 12, 2013
I will never forget, several years ago, when a friend directed me down to the beach adjacent to about Ninth Street to discover a vital piece of Huntington Beach history. There, embedded in the ground, are remnants of the old train tracks that supported the Pacific Electric Red Cars that started running here more than 100 years ago. My son Charles, a USC sophomore who is working on his first history book (which comes out later this year) had an idea recently based on the Red Car trains.
LOCAL
By Kelly Strodl | October 19, 2006
Cara Hulett's phone rang a little after 10 p.m. on Sept. 25. On the other end, her 27-year-old brother Chris Hulett told her that he had just been in a bad accident. Less than two hours earlier, Hulett told his sister, on his way through the intersection at 6th Street and Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach, he struck 16-year-old Heather Stamm and her boyfriend, 19-year-old Nathan Koontz. Hulett told his sister that he called 911 and then stayed with Heather, talking to her and reminding her not to move so she wouldn't further her injuries.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | October 15, 2008
A Huntington Beach woman who, with help from her boyfriend, killed her mother two years ago and dumped the body into Newport Harbor before running away with him, is headed to prison on a first-degree murder conviction, but still maintains she didn’t commit the crime. Rachael Mullenix, 19, was convicted in July of taking part in her mother’s slaying. Mullenix insisted she was innocent Friday as a judge sentenced her to a maximum of 25 years to life in prison. Her mother, Barbara Mullenix, was found wrapped in a bloody blanket with a butter knife stuck in her eye and floating in Newport Harbor on Sept.
LOCAL
By Michael Alexander | July 14, 2008
Depending on whether you listened to the prosecution or defense, Rachael Mullenix is either a manipulative killer and a liar who used her boyfriend to help her knock off her mom, or she is the abused victim of her violent beau and only helped him cover up a murder because she didn’t know how else to cope with a shocking act. That’s what jurors now have to decide, as they went into deliberation Monday afternoon in search of a verdict....
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | August 7, 2008
Tony Ciarelli and Jeff Carlson captured the silver medal in the SWATCH Federation Internationale de Volleyball Youth World Championships in Hague, Netherlands on Sunday. Ciarelli and Carlson, who graduated in June from Huntington Beach and Corona del Mar highs, respectively, reached the final of the division for players under 19 in the beach volleyball tournament. The duo was the No. 19 seed in the event. Ciarelli and Carlson lost to Estonia?s Kristo Kollo and Oliver Venno, 21-17, 21-16 in the championship match.
LOCAL
By Michael Alexander | July 23, 2008
The dramatic trial of Rachael Mullenix, charged with the brutal stabbing of her mother when she was 17, came to a close last week with a first-degree murder conviction. But the trial of her former boyfriend Ian Allen looms in the near future, and Mullenix’s jury didn’t find she held the murder weapon. Mullenix is headed to a sentencing hearing Sept. 5; her conviction carries a sentence of 25 years to life. Allen, who Mullenix claimed was the sole killer during her testimony, was initially scheduled for jury trial July 11, but it was pushed back because her trial wasn’t finished.
NEWS
By VIC LEIPZIG AND LOU MURRAY | July 6, 2006
Luke William Gallup lived in Westminster more than a century ago. Coming here from Springville, Utah, this disillusioned ex-Mormon spent the last few years of his life farming southeast of present-day Beach Boulevard and McFadden. He died in 1891 and is buried in Good Shepherd Cemetery in Huntington Beach. I (Lou) am remotely connected to Luke Gallup. A distant cousin of mine, Ron Gallup of Sacramento, is a great-great grandson of Luke Gallup by Luke's first marriage. I'm related to Ron through his mother's side of the family.
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