Over the past 6 months, the Fontana Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Detectives were working in conjunction with the Flathead County Sheriff’s Department’s, Montana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force regarding a group of individuals that were distributing child pornography over the internet. Investigators were successful in capturing several child pornographic videos and images from various members of the group. FPD ICAC Detectives determined the suspect, Dennis Brian Chambers trafficked child pornography in the City of Fontana. Continue reading
Join OCTA for the Annual Measure M Public Hearing on April 11
To learn how Measure M sales tax money for transportation improvements gets put to work in Orange County, please join us as the Taxpayer Oversight Committee (TOC) presents the Measure M Annual Public Hearing on April 11.
One half-cent at a time, Measure M funds hundreds of local projects that improve travel for residents every day, like enhancements to almost every freeway in the county, street widening, signal synchronization, intersection improvements and funding Metrolink commuter rail service in Orange County. Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Carrie Braun, Public Information Mgr., (714) 788-8060, Carrie.Braun@ocgov.com
Director of County’s Health Care Agency Appointed
Santa Ana, Calif. (March 28, 2017) – Richard Sanchez, currently the Assistant Director of the County of
Orange Health Care Agency (HCA), will now lead the agency as Director beginning March 31, 2017.
Sanchez was selected from a competitive public recruitment following the retirement announcement of
present HCA Director Mark Refowitz.
Sanchez has more than 30 years of experience in the public sector including serving HCA for the past 12
years. He has held a variety of leadership roles including Assistant Director and Director of Environmental
Health and Assistant Director of the Agency. Prior to joining the County of Orange, Sanchez led Sacramento
County’s Environmental Health Department. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences
from UC Irvine and a Master of Public Health from Loma Linda University. Continue reading
FORMER FIRE CAPTAIN JOE KERR ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN FOR ORANGE COUNTY SUPERVISOR
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Derek Humphrey
March 20, 2017 Cell: (951) 805-4167
Brea, CA – Today former Orange County Fire Captain Joe Kerr announced his campaign for Orange County’s 4th Supervisorial District. The seat, which is being vacated by term-limited Supervisor Shawn Nelson, includes all or portions of Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Fullerton, La Habra, and Placentia.
In announcing his campaign, Kerr stated: Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 20, 2017
CONTACT: Bill Bird @ (916) 397-5877
Tim Shaw to Run for Orange County Supervisor
La Habra City Councilmember Picks Up Key Endorsements
LA HABRA, CA: Long time La Habra City Councilman and former La Habra Mayor Tim Shaw confirmed today that he is running for Orange County Supervisor. He spelled out his plans in a message sent to thousands of his supporters and becomes the front runner in the race to the race to succeed Shawn Nelson as Orange County Supervisor from the 4th District. Continue reading
ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY NEWS RELEASE
Case # 14CF3962
Date: March 17, 2017
SANTA ANA, Calif. – A private investigator working for a law firm retained by the Costa Mesa Police Officers’ Association (CMPOA) was sentenced today to one year in county jail for committing crimes against two Costa Mesa council members and a competitor attorney. Christopher Joseph Lanzillo, 47, Lake Arrowhead, pleaded guilty to the court on Sept. 28, 2016, to two felony counts of conspiracy to commit a crime of unlawful use of electronic tracking device, one felony count of false imprisonment by deceit, and one felony count of conspiracy to commit a crime of falsely reporting crime to an agency. Lanzillo was sentenced to 364 days in county jail and three years formal probation. Continue reading