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By: | August 16, 2005
Testimony will continue today in a hearing in Orange County Superior Court to decide whether two men and one woman will stand trial in the alleged killing of a Newport Beach couple. Skylar DeLeon, 26, his wife Jennifer Henderson-DeLeon, 24, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 40, all of Long Beach, are expected to appear in court on charges of murdering Tom and Jackie Hawks, who went missing in November after allegedly selling their yacht. Two other men charged with the murders, Myron Gardner, 42, of Long Beach, and Alonso Machain, 21, of Pico Rivera, will be tried separately, a judge ruled Friday.
NEWS
November 11, 1999
The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley. They have been arrested only on suspicion of a crime, and as with all crimes, are innocent until proved guilty. Huntington Beach Laurance R. Ratcliff, 30, Huntington Beach Jessica L. MacDonald, 20, Huntington Beach Kenneth M. Kroening, 41, Orange J.R. Jones, 38, Anaheim Hills James Beal, 48, Westminster Gilberto A. Morales, 26, Tustin Gregory S. Robbins, 22, Huntington Beach Brian D. Broderick, 28, Fountain Valley Rahn K. Brooks, 40, Huntington Beach Tony M. Vasile, 27, Rancho Santa Margarita Sean Y. Jung, 19, Huntington Beach Christopher W. Metzer, 26, Huntington Beach Salvador Rodriguez, 47, Paramount Clarel O. Sadouk, 56, Santa Ana Benjamin R. Thompson, 29, Huntington Beach Julie L. Dennis, 31, Placentia Mary S. Symons, 41, Westminster Maria Torrez, 26, Pico Rivera David B. Alger, 35, Valinda Joel V. Blanchette, 18, Huntington Beach Kristopher M. Groh, 21, San Juan Eduardo R. Sesma, 36, Lake Forest Jonathan E. Walker, 27, Huntington Beach Diane E. Powers, 34, Newport Beach Fountain Valley James Louis Zeek, 57, Fountain Valley Baldemar Gaytan, 26, Costa Mesa James Edward Carter, 55, Dana Point
NEWS
November 25, 1999
Watching Robert Martinez at work, you wouldn't know the city employee won an election earlier this month. The engineering technician will soon take his seat on the board of directors for the water district of his hometown, Pico Rivera. But he usually keeps the thrill of victory inside, he said. "Until I get in the car," he said. "Then I go, 'Ya!' " After taking his oath of office Dec. 6, Martinez will spend two nights a month making sure that homes and businesses receive the best service possible from the Pico Water District.
NEWS
March 27, 2003
"It hasn't reached, I guess, my house yet, my everyday life." STEVE JOHNSON Pico Rivera "Several of my family members and friends are involved in the military. So I am concerned about them." TERESA CANTALE Ohio "I'm English and I can't go home this year as I planned. I'm not going. It's too dangerous." BRENDA BELLOMO Huntington Beach "Well, nobody wants war. It affects everyone. Now Americans are dying, and there is a deep sadness."
SPORTS
July 5, 2007
The North Huntington Beach Dynamites All-Stars continued their hot tournament touch last weekend by winning the American Softball Assn.-sponsored Central District All-Star 8-and-Under Girls Fastpitch Softball tournament in Laguna Niguel. Coach Brian Sterzer's club beat out 12 other All-Star teams from Orange County to win the double-elimination event. In winning all five of their games, the Dynamites racked up 39 runs and 50 hits and surrendered just 11 runs and 18 hits. The Dynamites advance to compete in the upcoming state championships in Lancaster.
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LOCAL
June 4, 2008
EDITOR’S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty.   Mark R. Ferris, 24, Huntington Beach Antonio R. Chavez Juan, 25, Pico Rivera Gregorio Garcia-Tapia, 32, Huntington Beach Nicole M. Kraft, 39, Huntington Beach Shane A. Hill, 33, Huntington Beach Daniel J. Perea, 24, Huntington Beach Carlo A. King, 33, San Pedro Rose A. Sanchez, 21, Anaheim Jordyn A. Bombaro, 18, Costa Mesa Michael A. Myers, 24, Midway City Esther G. Han, 21, Garden Grove Ryan M. Sanford, 21, Costa Mesa Aaron C. Linamen, 23, Chino Hills Blaine W. Blystone, 21, Huntington Beach Humberto V. Bravo, 25, Westminster Salvador Paredes, 44, Huntington Beach Justin R. DiBernardo, 25, Huntington Beach Jordan D. Burroughs, 27, Huntington Beach Andrew J. Northcutt, 36, Pinon Hills Andrew T. Read, 39, Huntington Beach Gregory W. Purvis, 34, Costa Mesa Travis M. Jensen, 19, La Mirada Justin M. Truitt, 23, Mission Viejo Francisco Gutierrez, 25, Long Beach Kenneth A. Thompson 61, Huntington Beach Whitfield J. Haydon, 36, Fullerton Rudy D. Mendoza, 19, Huntington Beach Rodney W. Daigle, 36, Huntington Beach Stephanie D. Puryear, 22, Corona del Mar
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SPORTS
July 5, 2007
The North Huntington Beach Dynamites All-Stars continued their hot tournament touch last weekend by winning the American Softball Assn.-sponsored Central District All-Star 8-and-Under Girls Fastpitch Softball tournament in Laguna Niguel. Coach Brian Sterzer's club beat out 12 other All-Star teams from Orange County to win the double-elimination event. In winning all five of their games, the Dynamites racked up 39 runs and 50 hits and surrendered just 11 runs and 18 hits. The Dynamites advance to compete in the upcoming state championships in Lancaster.
NEWS
By: | August 16, 2005
Testimony will continue today in a hearing in Orange County Superior Court to decide whether two men and one woman will stand trial in the alleged killing of a Newport Beach couple. Skylar DeLeon, 26, his wife Jennifer Henderson-DeLeon, 24, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 40, all of Long Beach, are expected to appear in court on charges of murdering Tom and Jackie Hawks, who went missing in November after allegedly selling their yacht. Two other men charged with the murders, Myron Gardner, 42, of Long Beach, and Alonso Machain, 21, of Pico Rivera, will be tried separately, a judge ruled Friday.
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | August 13, 2005
A man accused of murdering a retired Newport Beach couple approached a co-worker several times asking how to dispose of bodies at sea, a Newport Beach Police detective testified at a hearing Friday in Orange County Superior Court. The co-worker refused to help Skylar Deleon, 26, of Long Beach, Det. Sgt. David Byington testified. Byington was the only witness called on the first day of a hearing to decide whether DeLeon and four others, including DeLeon's wife, will stand trial for the alleged killing of Tom and Jackie Hawks.
NEWS
March 27, 2003
"It hasn't reached, I guess, my house yet, my everyday life." STEVE JOHNSON Pico Rivera "Several of my family members and friends are involved in the military. So I am concerned about them." TERESA CANTALE Ohio "I'm English and I can't go home this year as I planned. I'm not going. It's too dangerous." BRENDA BELLOMO Huntington Beach "Well, nobody wants war. It affects everyone. Now Americans are dying, and there is a deep sadness."
NEWS
November 25, 1999
Watching Robert Martinez at work, you wouldn't know the city employee won an election earlier this month. The engineering technician will soon take his seat on the board of directors for the water district of his hometown, Pico Rivera. But he usually keeps the thrill of victory inside, he said. "Until I get in the car," he said. "Then I go, 'Ya!' " After taking his oath of office Dec. 6, Martinez will spend two nights a month making sure that homes and businesses receive the best service possible from the Pico Water District.
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