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November 15, 2007
EDITOR?S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. ? Michael C. Mendoza, 26, Anaheim Christopher D. Kennedy, 26, Oklahoma Jessica L. Perreira, 24, Huntington Beach Douglas Theobald, 47, Huntington Beach Michael S. Hatfield, 47, Huntington Beach Ian K. Ashby, 34, Huntington Beach Lindsey M. Chambers, 21, Huntington Beach Brian E. Kashitani, 24, Huntington Beach Robert J. Mietkiewicz, 39, Huntington Beach Christopher Fowler, 22, Huntington Beach Ryan D. Rapp, 24, Huntington Beach William F. Ditton, 63, Huntington Beach Joseph M. Ludka, 20, Long Beach Jeremy A. Reed, 31, Anaheim Matthew M. Hoscoe, 46, Huntington Beach Michael R. Hakes, 45, Anaheim Daniel Munoz, 54, Huntington Beach Ty R. Hosman, 28, Tustin Katrina J. Bravo, 24, Temecula James J. Merron, 34, Costa Mesa Aaron J. Saldivar, 28, Huntington Beach Juan Mendoza, 28, Orange Adriana Marasiulo, 51, Fountain Valley
NEWS
December 12, 2002
The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. Gordon R. Brackett, 68, Huntington Beach Jonathan D. Delgrande, 24, Long Beach William R. Lopez, 23, Avalon Paul A. Bartsch, 18, Huntington Beach Todd D. Rachman, 21, Pomona Mandy A. Dumong, 22, Long Beach Jorge G. Nunez, 38, Anaheim Gregory L. Roach, 49, Huntington Beach Brenda R. Stevens, 36, Huntington Beach Amber D. Nichols, 22, Huntington Beach Michael J. Pittman, 31, Huntington Beach William L. Brunner, 38, Huntington Beach Travis D. Osterhoudt, 22, Anaheim Terry A. Rush, 27, Fountain Valley Jorge A. Fabian, 36, Orange Michael S. McChesney, 22, Anaheim Sarah H. Lewis, 49, Huntington Beach Robert D. Gallagner, 51, Sky Forest Nicholas K. Romanowski, 30, Huntington Beach Juli M. Deshon, 34, Huntington Beach David W. Rogers, 40, Long Beach Eric J. Gilleland, 23, Fountain Valley Buster R. Hartung, 41, Anaheim Grisell D. Rodriguez, 24, Westminster Christopher L. Mora, 32, Huntington Beach Joseph B. Cotham II, 45, Costa Mesa Tricia L. Schoffstall, 34, Apple Valley Robert K. Alexandros, 50, Cypress Sarah C. Christensen, 22, Huntington Beach Christopher A. Ruiz,...
NEWS
July 13, 2000
The Fountain Valley Youth Baseball Bronco A All-Star team routed Anaheim, 16-0, Sunday, to win the 2000 Pony Baseball District All-Star Tournament held at Mile Square Park. Pitchers Jeff Hann and Garrett Leon held Anaheim to just two hits, and each had a hand in Fountain Valley's offensive fireworks by hitting a home run. Jeff Roth's grand slam was the offensive highlight of the game. Fountain Valley entered the district tournament fresh from a first place finish at the Los Alamitos Fish Fry Tournament, where it posted an 8-0 record.
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From the Los Angeles Times | January 15, 2013
Authorities in Orange County on Monday night were looking for possible victims of a soccer referee arrested on suspicion of molesting two teenage boys. Jorge Serafin, 30, was a referee in the Oak View Soccer League in Huntington Beach and allegedly molested two 16-year-olds, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Serafin lives in unincorporated Anaheim.  Neither of the youths are members of the soccer league. They contacted authorities, saying they were molested in the last two months, the Sheriff's Department said in a statement.
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November 15, 2013
Anaheim Bay faces temporary closures to allow for operations by the nearby naval base. According to a statement from the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, the base was to start Monday moving barges in and around the bay, which serves as a gateway for boats and other sea vessels coming from Huntington Harbour into the Pacific Ocean. Authorities say access to Anaheim Bay may be restricted for up to 30 minutes at a time. The operation is expected to be completed by Nov. 22. Residents can contact the naval base for more information at (562)
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 10, 2013
Fountain Valley won its first five games to start the Sunset League baseball race, a start that put the Barons alone in first place in the league standings. During spring break, the Barons produced another 5-0 record, this time, at the Anaheim Lions Tournament. Fountain Valley completed its nonleague schedule on April 3 by defeating Capistrano Valley, 12-5, to finish the tournament undefeated. The Barons were one of several teams to go undefeated at the tournament, which drew 72 teams from across the nation.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 13, 2013
When you ask any Sunset League baseball coach just how daunting the league is, you'll get a similar response from each of the six. The word, "tough," seems to best sum up its competitiveness. The chase for the 2013 Sunset title begins Friday. The opening day schedule has Huntington Beach hosting Fountain Valley, Edison home to Newport Harbor, and Marina traveling to face Los Alamitos. First pitch for each game is 3:15 p.m. It's difficult to select a favorite for the title. Edison, Huntington Beach and Marina each has played well during nonleague tournament action, as has Fountain Valley which has made a name for itself in the first few weeks of the season.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | February 13, 2013
The road to the Anaheim Convention Center, site of several CIF Southern Section divisional championship games, begins Saturday for four local girls' prep basketball teams. Edison, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Ocean View all have earned a spot in postseason play. The 2012-13 season came to an end for Marina and Brethren Christian on Feb. 6. First-round games start at 7 p.m. Saturday. The winners in each division advance to second-round action at 7 p.m. Wednesday. * Edison: The Chargers head into the Division 1-AA playoffs as the second-place team from the Sunset League.
NEWS
By Alicia Lopez | January 22, 2013
The president of the Oak View Youth Soccer League released a statement Monday underscoring that the allegations of sex abuse by a soccer referee have only a tenuous link to the organization. Anaheim resident Jorge Serafin was arrested Jan. 15 on suspicion of molesting three children. The Orange County Sheriff's Department has said none of the boys - ages 10, 14 and 15 - were members of the Oak View league. The statement signed by league President Jose Rodriguez said they were made aware of the arrest through news reports.
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From the Los Angeles Times | January 15, 2013
Authorities in Orange County on Monday night were looking for possible victims of a soccer referee arrested on suspicion of molesting two teenage boys. Jorge Serafin, 30, was a referee in the Oak View Soccer League in Huntington Beach and allegedly molested two 16-year-olds, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Serafin lives in unincorporated Anaheim.  Neither of the youths are members of the soccer league. They contacted authorities, saying they were molested in the last two months, the Sheriff's Department said in a statement.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brittany Woolsey | July 31, 2012
After completing a nationwide tour last weekend, Huntington Beach ska bands Reel Big Fish and Suburban Legends returned home to Orange County on Saturday for a final tour performance at the City National Grove of Anaheim. Kicking off the show, the Maxies, a pop-punk band from Greenland, played humorous songs to get the crowd riled up. Although a different genre than the rest of the bands on the bill, the Maxies proved that they were still welcomed by the crowd of ska fans. Throughout their set, they poked fun at the other bands, such as the "dancing girls" in Suburban Legends - referring to the group's onstage choreography.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brittany Woolsey, Special to the Independent | May 8, 2012
Suburban Legends show veterans knew they would be in for a treat during the band's Friday night performance at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, but not in the literal sense. "Stop the entire set for snacks!" Vincent Walker (vocals) announced, while the rest of the Huntington Beach band left the stage, only to return with cookies, cinnamon rolls and other goodies to throw into the crowd. The scene was a perfect example of what a Suburban Legends show is like: a spontaneous and wild party.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | October 5, 2011
Bruno Serato says his Italian mother is responsible for his good deeds. It started when she spotted a boy eating potato chips at a Boys & Girls Club of Anaheim donation ceremony. When Caterina found out the chips were all that boy and other children at the club were having for dinner, she told her son to cook for them at his restaurant, the Anaheim White House. "I had to say yes because I had to listen to my mom," said Serato, who lives in Huntington Beach. That night - April 18, 2005 - he fed about 70 kids.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | September 7, 2011
Huntington Beach police are looking for the victim of a hit-and-run collision in which the suspect was caught and later convicted with the help of a witness. Anaheim resident Sasha Marie Duprez, 29, was arrested Aug. 30 after a short pursuit on suspicion of evading police, driving on a suspended license and on an outstanding warrant for being an unlicensed driver, said Lt. Russell Reinhart. Duprez pleaded guilty Thursday and was sentenced to 90 days in jail, three years probation and ordered to pay $300 in fines, according to Orange County Superior Court records.
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