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Meiners Oaks man pleads not guilty to murder in neighbor's shooting death
Richard Arellanes' defense attorney Nicholas Gray entered the plea on his client's behalf. Gray, of the Ventura County Public Defender's Office, also denied the special allegation that Arellanes, 50, personally and intentionally discharged a firearm in the killing of Padraic Murphy, 35.
Woman killed when tree falls on vehicle in Tustin
Tustin Technical Rescue: 9:15 am Crews are onscene of a large tree that fell on a vehicle 14000 block of Red Hill. One female fatality in the vehicle, unknown age.pic.twitter.com/R2EeHQmGw8— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO)October 15, 2018
Gun allegedly brandished in Oxnard leads to arrest
Officers located the suspect driving a vehicle in the area and conducted a traffic stop, according to the Oxnard Police Department. They found a loaded handgun in the vehicle, authorities said.
In answer to Oxnard challenge, Santa Barbara police enter lip-sync fray
Oxnard's version, posted in early August and featuring a guest appearance from the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, had upped the ante among local agencies that took part.
Ventura landlord says surprise city inspections is a 'witch hunt'
The properties are owned by Dario Pini, who has an extensive history of renting out allegedly substandard living and commercial spaces in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Pini’s attorney said five properties were searched and the court process could have been avoided, had the city only asked to i
Ventura County officials say if Proposition 6 passes, Rice Avenue bridge plan collapses
In May, local officials lauded the authorization of $68.6 million in funding for a long-planned, high-priority bridge in Oxnard they said would have prevented a deadly train vs. truck collision there in 2015.
Authorities name 78-year-old woman who died after Simi Valley accident
Instead, Newbury Park resident Dorice Nottingham died of natural causes from a medical event while she was driving, according to the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office, which released her name Monday afternoon.
Thousands of SCE customers lose power in Ventura County
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Oxnard injunction dismissed against trio at center of new process to determine gang activity
Meanwhile, the young men’s attorneys, including those in the Ventura County Public Defender’s Office, said the dismissal during these challenge hearings shows a flaw in the gang injunction as being too broad.
Bus crash on I-405 impacting traffic on Highway 118 east of Ventura County
The crash was reported around 1 p.m. on the 405 in the North Hills area of the San Fernando Valley, according to the California Highway Patrol. The original incident caused other crashes on both the northbound and southbound freeway lanes, officials said. As many as 30 or 35 people may have been inj
Power shutoffs possible in Ventura County as winds kick up fire risk Sunday night
Southern California Edison said the outages could potentially impact Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Ojai, Moorpark, Santa Paula, Fillmore, and the unincorporated Somis and Santa Rosa Valley communities.
Authorities release name of Fillmore man killed in crash north of Moorpark
The driver of one of the vehicles was Moises Paniagua, 58, according to the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office.
Oxnard police respond to barricaded person on A Street
(Photo: STAR FILE PHOTO)Police responded to a report of a barricaded person in Oxnard on Friday afternoon.A call to check the well-being on the person was made around 3:15 p.m. in the 1000 block of North A Street, Oxnard police said.The person was being uncooperative with authorities, and police sur
Firefighters assist with flooding at Goodwill in Ventura
Once on the scene, crews found water was pouring in from the ceiling of the store through light fixtures and air ducts. The store is beneath a large unoccupied commercial space where a contractor had inadvertently broken a sprinkler head while working, releasing hundreds of gallons of water over the
Police seek public's help to identify woman suspected of coin-to-cash fraud in Thousand Oaks
The unidentified woman reportedly entered multiple retail sites on Sept. 4 and “committed fraud” while using a Coinstar machine in each of the stores, according to the Thousand Oaks Police Department. The green Coinstar kiosks accept loose change and can print out vouchers for cash, minus a fee, or
California’s rent-control ballot measure, explained
You’ve probably heard plenty of conflicting messages about the merits of this statewide ballot measure, Proposition 10. To help you make sense of this complex debate and what it could mean for landlords and the nearly 6 million renters in California, we lay out the basics: the law that the measure w
Oxnard police arrest woman suspected of stealing vehicle
Oxnard police attempting to recover the vehicle found it when the suspect, identified as Angela Chadwick, 29, of Oxnard, returned to the area, according to authorities.
Woman reportedly robbed at Ventura ATM, police say
The woman had just withdrawn money when a man reportedly approached her from behind and punched her, police said. He took an undisclosed sum before running to a car in a nearby parking lot and fleeing the scene, authorities allege.
17-year-old Oxnard boy pleads not guilty to murder charge filed in adult court
Perez is accused of first-degree murder and a special allegation that he personally and intentionally discharged a firearm in the killing of Donald Reyes Jr., 29, of Newbury Park.
New law means 15-year-old accused in two Oxnard murders must be tried in juvenile court
The two slayings, which authorities say are unrelated, claimed the lives of Adrian Ornelas, 26, of Oxnard and Jose Lopez, 22, of Port Hueneme.