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By Mary O’Keefe | August 1, 2008
Crescenta Valley and Glendale residents are invited to attend two separate events of education and outreach. National Night Out will be observed next Tuesday and again on Thursday by local residents and personnel from Glendale Police Department, Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station, California Highway Patrol, city officials and firefighters as well as organizations that help in the prevention of crime. Crescenta Valley will be observing the event from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 5, at Two Strike Park, 5107 Rosemont Ave. The city of Glendale will hold its National Night Out beginning at 6:30 p.m. beginning on Aug. 7 at the Vietnam Memorial at Ocean View Boulevard and Honolulu Avenue in Montrose.
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By: | August 2, 2005
Costa Mesa man, 30, dies in collision A 30-year-old Costa Mesa man was killed in a head-on collision at 10:05 p.m. Sunday on Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach, police said. Nathaniel Colin Hall, a passenger in a 1998 Acura Integra, was killed when the driver of an Acura crossed into oncoming traffic and hit a 2004 Toyota Prius, police said. The driver of the Acura, Mary Werner, of Monrovia, is suspected of drunken driving. Werner is in critical condition at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo.
NEWS
January 13, 2000
Terry Bailey We have a choice to make as a society: build more schools for our kids, or more prisons for them? Should we continue to spend our tax dollars on educational improvements and violence prevention programs, or shift our social policy and tax dollars to prosecuting and incarcerating more children who commit crimes? We'll have the opportunity to make this choice on the March 7 ballot. A yes vote on Proposition 21, the Juvenile Crime Initiative, ensures that our tax dollars go to build more prisons, increase sentence terms for juveniles, dilute confidentiality rights in juvenile proceedings, expand the definition of gang membership, require gang offenders to register with police like sex offenders, and try more children as adults.
NEWS
August 30, 2001
Amber Willard NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Glendale Police Sgt. Bob MacLeod left the profession Wednesday that four generations of his family have followed. After almost 29 years with the agency, MacLeod retired with a roomful of co-workers wishing him well, including Chief Russell Siverling. "There's a certain apprehension I feel," MacLeod said Wednesday afternoon during his farewell party. "There are a lot of super people that I'm leaving." MacLeod is the last in a line of police officers.
NEWS
July 24, 2000
Amber Willard GLENDALE -- Residents will be marching the streets next week, but not in protest or riot. For the third year, the city will celebrate "National Night Out on Crime" with marchers toting balloons and banners and then coming together for a free barbecue. This year, there will be two march and barbecue points on Aug. 1 -- one at Pacific Park at 501 S. Pacific Ave. and the other at Adam's Square in the 800 block of Green Street. "The bottom line is to promote police-community relationships, crime and drug prevention and community unity," said Bob Packwood, chairman of the group sponsoring the event in the city.
NEWS
July 31, 2000
Amber Willard GLENDALE -- Residents will be marching through the streets Tuesday night, but not in protest or riot. For the third year, the city will celebrate "National Night Out on Crime" with marchers toting balloons and banners and then coming together for a free barbecue. This year, there will be two march and barbecue points on Tuesday -- one at Pacific Park at 501 S. Pacific Ave. and the other at Adams Square in the 800 block of Green Street.
NEWS
January 24, 2000
Chuck Benedict A reader admonishes: "In your Friday sports columns, you have written about the Dempsey-Zaun families in pro sports. But you should write about Cherie (Dempsey) Zaun's husband, Bob. He has an important job." Important, indeed, and challenging. After many years operating the family owned Jewel City Glass Company, Bob Zaun sold it in 1992 and joined the Glendale Police Department, at that time moving from the reserves to full-time status.
NEWS
By Megan O'Neil; megan.oneil@latimes.com | August 2, 2011
Interaction between members of the public and law enforcement officials is often limited to traffic citations and the occasional stolen bicycle report. But on Tuesday they mixed and mingled at dozens of spots across Glendale and Burbank as part of National Night Out, a grass-roots movement aimed at improving neighborhood safety. “I think it is cool because it is really developed by the community,” said Glendale Police Officer Renae Kerner as she handed out stickers to children at Pacific Park.
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By Megan O'Neil; megan.oneil@latimes.com | August 2, 2011
Interaction between members of the public and law enforcement officials is often limited to traffic citations and the occasional stolen bicycle report. But on Tuesday they mixed and mingled at dozens of spots across Glendale and Burbank as part of National Night Out, a grass-roots movement aimed at improving neighborhood safety. “I think it is cool because it is really developed by the community,” said Glendale Police Officer Renae Kerner as she handed out stickers to children at Pacific Park.
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By Mary O’Keefe | August 1, 2008
Crescenta Valley and Glendale residents are invited to attend two separate events of education and outreach. National Night Out will be observed next Tuesday and again on Thursday by local residents and personnel from Glendale Police Department, Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station, California Highway Patrol, city officials and firefighters as well as organizations that help in the prevention of crime. Crescenta Valley will be observing the event from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 5, at Two Strike Park, 5107 Rosemont Ave. The city of Glendale will hold its National Night Out beginning at 6:30 p.m. beginning on Aug. 7 at the Vietnam Memorial at Ocean View Boulevard and Honolulu Avenue in Montrose.
NEWS
By: | August 2, 2005
Costa Mesa man, 30, dies in collision A 30-year-old Costa Mesa man was killed in a head-on collision at 10:05 p.m. Sunday on Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach, police said. Nathaniel Colin Hall, a passenger in a 1998 Acura Integra, was killed when the driver of an Acura crossed into oncoming traffic and hit a 2004 Toyota Prius, police said. The driver of the Acura, Mary Werner, of Monrovia, is suspected of drunken driving. Werner is in critical condition at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo.
NEWS
August 30, 2001
Amber Willard NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Glendale Police Sgt. Bob MacLeod left the profession Wednesday that four generations of his family have followed. After almost 29 years with the agency, MacLeod retired with a roomful of co-workers wishing him well, including Chief Russell Siverling. "There's a certain apprehension I feel," MacLeod said Wednesday afternoon during his farewell party. "There are a lot of super people that I'm leaving." MacLeod is the last in a line of police officers.
NEWS
July 31, 2000
Amber Willard GLENDALE -- Residents will be marching through the streets Tuesday night, but not in protest or riot. For the third year, the city will celebrate "National Night Out on Crime" with marchers toting balloons and banners and then coming together for a free barbecue. This year, there will be two march and barbecue points on Tuesday -- one at Pacific Park at 501 S. Pacific Ave. and the other at Adams Square in the 800 block of Green Street.
NEWS
July 24, 2000
Amber Willard GLENDALE -- Residents will be marching the streets next week, but not in protest or riot. For the third year, the city will celebrate "National Night Out on Crime" with marchers toting balloons and banners and then coming together for a free barbecue. This year, there will be two march and barbecue points on Aug. 1 -- one at Pacific Park at 501 S. Pacific Ave. and the other at Adam's Square in the 800 block of Green Street. "The bottom line is to promote police-community relationships, crime and drug prevention and community unity," said Bob Packwood, chairman of the group sponsoring the event in the city.
NEWS
January 24, 2000
Chuck Benedict A reader admonishes: "In your Friday sports columns, you have written about the Dempsey-Zaun families in pro sports. But you should write about Cherie (Dempsey) Zaun's husband, Bob. He has an important job." Important, indeed, and challenging. After many years operating the family owned Jewel City Glass Company, Bob Zaun sold it in 1992 and joined the Glendale Police Department, at that time moving from the reserves to full-time status.
NEWS
January 13, 2000
Terry Bailey We have a choice to make as a society: build more schools for our kids, or more prisons for them? Should we continue to spend our tax dollars on educational improvements and violence prevention programs, or shift our social policy and tax dollars to prosecuting and incarcerating more children who commit crimes? We'll have the opportunity to make this choice on the March 7 ballot. A yes vote on Proposition 21, the Juvenile Crime Initiative, ensures that our tax dollars go to build more prisons, increase sentence terms for juveniles, dilute confidentiality rights in juvenile proceedings, expand the definition of gang membership, require gang offenders to register with police like sex offenders, and try more children as adults.
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