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February 24, 2000
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, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. FOUNTAIN VALLEY Abel Baca Jr., 34, Fountain Valley John C. Bennett, 32, Huntington Beach Richard Cortese, 50, Huntington Beach Jose L. Espinosa, 39, Santa Ana Glen A. Green, 33, Westminster Morgan D. Hartt, 37, Garden Grove Dennis C. McManus, 59, Huntington Beach Juan S. Penalosa, 26, Santa Ana William E. Perry, 58, Fountain Valley Theodore C. Prebys, 69, Fountain Valley Salvadore G. Tecuanapa, 37, Huntington Beach HUNTINGTON BEACH Timothy J. Barnett, 20, Los Alamitos Kemper A. Burt, 47, Huntington Beach Glenn T. Cisna, 39, Anaheim Tamara M. Coates, 23, Santa Ana Jeannette Cornwell, 25, Huntington Beach Christina N. Gerb, 25, Santa Ana Joshua J. Hartley, 20, Garden Grove Rocco W. Interiere, 29, Huntington Beach Wendy J. Johnson, 50, Huntington Beach Julie M. Kinser, 34, Rancho Santa Margarita William Knockestanberly, 60, Huntington Beach Daren A. Lindsey, 38, Costa Mesa Victor Lysiansky, 64, Huntington Beach Bruce Middleton, 46, Huntington Beach William D. Murphy Jr., 43. Huntington Beach Tamara McArthur, 49, Huntington Beach Harry J. McNab, 35, Huntington Beach Christine A. Palmer,...
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October 17, 2002
Jose Paul Corona Lynn Dangtu hopes to create 500 new jobs in Orange County when she opens her new business in Garden Grove in 2004. The 40-year-old Huntington Beach resident has just received a $2.5-million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration division to open E-Business Development Inc. The E stands for entrepreneurial. Her venture will help small businesses in depressed areas throughout the county expand by providing small business owners access to business networking, marketing, accounting, secretarial and legal services.
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From the Los Angeles Times | March 11, 2013
A woman in her 20s was killed Sunday in Garden Grove when the vehicle she was in hit a telephone pole and then a building, authorities said. Ariel Johnson, 21, of Lake Forest, was pronounced dead at the scene Sunday morning, after driver Shauna Ahyen, 21, of Fountain Valley, veered off the road, Garden Grove Police Lt. Jeff Nightengale said. Johnson was one of three occupants of a vehicle driven by Ahyen, who is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and DUI, Garden Grove police said in a statement.
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