Crime in Huntington Beach (Feb. 1-7)

Feb. 1

• 9:42 a.m. Burglary. 15000 obstruct of Goldenwest Street

• 10:44 a.m. Grand theft. 4800 obstruct of Lago Drive

• 12:11 a.m. Burglary. 8200 obstruct of Valencia Drive

• 5:twenty p.m. Burglary. 5five hundred obstruct of Bolsa Avenue

• 6:fifty percent p.m. Burglary. 1400 obstruct of Pacific Shore Highway

• 10:17 p.m. Brandishing weapon. Main Park Feb. 2

• 9:24 a.m. Grand theft. 6400 obstruct of Golden Drive

• 10:52 a.m. Burglary. 15700 obstruct of Goldenwest Street

• 1:33 p.m. Grand theft. 7800 obstruct of Edinger Avenue

• 3:35 p.m. Auto theft. 16five hundred obstruct of Coastline Boulevard

• 5:15 p.m. Burglary. 6000 obstruct of Hardwick Circle Feb. 3

• 5:32 a.m. Assault. Garfield Avenue then Seapoint Street

• 6:49 a.m. Auto burglary. 7600 obstruct of Garfield Avenue

• 1:07 p.m. Auto theft. 1st Road then Orange Avenue

• 7:51 p.m. Petty theft suspect in custody. 7200 obstruct of Edinger Avenue: Authorities gained at the very least one arrest.

• 9:40 p.m. Petty theft. 700 obstruct of Pacific Shore Highway: Authorities gained at the very least one felony arrest. Feb. 4

• 7:13 a.m. Petty theft. 8400 obstruct of El Arroyo Drive

• 7:30 a.m. Grand theft. 19800 obstruct of Piccadilly Lane

• 9:35 a.m. Burglary. 5five hundred obstruct of Bolsa Avenue

• 2:57 p.m. Grand theft. 8200 obstruct of Katherine Drive

• 5:twenty p.m. Auto burglary. Pacific Shore Freeway Wetlands

• 7:53 p.m. Burglary. 20600 obstruct of Hopetown Lane

• 8:fifty percent p.m. Petty theft. 8900 obstruct of Adams Avenue Feb. 5

• 7:51 a.m. Petty theft. 6five hundred obstruct of Oakhurst Circle

• 8:25 a.m. Auto theft. 16400 obstruct of Calle Castor Circle

• 8:fifty percent a.m. Auto burglary. 16700 obstruct of Outlook Lane

• 12:fifty percent p.m. Petty theft. 1st Road then Olive Avenue

• 4:26 p.m. Auto theft. 7900 obstruct of Yorktown Avenue

• 7:13 p.m. Auto burglary. 7five hundred obstruct of Edinger Avenue

• 8:11 p.m. Belongings of an transformed bill. 7200 obstruct of Edinger Ave.: Authorities gained at the very least one arrest. Feb. 6

• 5:53 a.m. Burglary. 7one hundred obstruct of Warner Avenue

• 12:07 p.m. Auto theft. 15700 obstruct of Goldenwest Street

• 12:fifty percent p.m. Burglary. 7400 obstruct of Warner Avenue

• 2:07 p.m. Petty theft. 19one hundred obstruct of Magnolia Street Feb. 7

• 8:44 a.m. Burglary. 16700 obstruct of S. Pacific Avenue

• 9:36 a.m. Petty theft suspect in custody. 8200 Talbert Avenue

• 12:fifty percent p.m. Auto burglary. 21400 obstruct of Magnolia Street

• 3:02 p.m. Grand theft. 200 obstruct of Joliet Avenue

• 5:06 p.m. Auto theft. Atlanta Avenue then Delaware Street

• 7:51 p.m. Burglary. 19400 obstruct of Mountainview Lane

• 7:57 p.m. Burglary. 19one hundred obstruct of Bikini Lane

• 8:13 p.m. Auto theft. 4300 obstruct of Pickwick Circle

• 8:17 p.m. Burglary. 9800 obstruct of Sizable Sur Drive

• 9:25 p.m. Auto burglary. 1st Road then Pacific Shore Freeway

The blotter is put together by Steve Bydal from the Huntington Coastline Authorities Department. The result of phone calls regularly differs from exactly what was at first reported. zero assumption of shame ought to be drawn.

Some bus routes saved after OCTA modifies plans

ORANGE – After sifting through much more compared to 1,300 customer comments on bus service adjustments to reverse declining ridership, county transit officials on Thursday presented a revised proposal that has actually received praise and recommendation for approval.

The last 2016 Bus Service Strategy makes 14 changes to the 35 route adjustments Orange County Transportation Authority staff members originally suggested in November. It spares service the public spoke out for in the system’s central core, a direct connection to downtown Los Angeles, and routes heavily used by students, the elderly and disabled.

With the Transit Committee’s unanimous recommendation, the Strategy moves to the complete OCTA board for last approval on Feb. 22.

“Among the points I said was we were not visiting fail to remember the comments of the public, and we didn’t,”OCTA Preparation Director Kurt Brotcke said Thursday. “We wish to strike that balance in between the fiscal constraints and the community needs. Exactly what we have actually today we believe is reasonable and stabilized to that regard.”

Two north-south bus lines connecting Santa Ana to Costa Mesa – Route 51 on Flower Street and Route 145 on Raitt, Greenville and Fairview streets – will certainly be eliminated, however a brand-new Route 150 will certainly cover significant parts of both lost routes on weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Brotcke said Route 150 has actually gained assist from Santa Ana College’s president, that was among several people that decried service cuts at a public hearing late last month.

“I believe we had a great method before, however I believe that this is also much better and we’ve gotten in to the great detail, which matters, and it’s a tough package,” said Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido, that is likewise on the OCTA transit committee and board.

Two various other routes that riders rallied for, the 701 and 721 Along with direct service from Huntington Beach to downtown Los Angeles, will certainly stay Along with their existing service levels. In addition, OCTA will certainly prolong marketing of Route 701 to residents about the Golden West Transportation Focus to increase ridership, and will certainly think of adjusting fares.

Route 178 connecting Huntington Beach to Orange Coast College and UC Irvine, strongly backed by students and hosts on the planet Worldwide Student Exchange program, will certainly shed Saturday service however go on to run on weekdays.

Huntington Beach resident Theresa Salisbury, Among just 2 public comment speakers Thursday, thanked transit officials for sustaining the route.

“I’m a disabled individual and I visit bodily therapy two times a week, and the 178 receives me to my appointments,” she said.

If approved by OCTA board members this month, the majority of of the service adjustments would certainly go in to effect in June, and the majority of service cuts would certainly be in October.

Contact the writer: 714-796-7762 or jkwong@ocregister.com Twitter: @JessicaGKwong

Huntington Beach holds off Edison, 3-1

The 2nd fifty percent was a mere formality.

The Huntington Seaside Higher coaching staff pleaded along with its users to method the remaining 40 mins as though it were a scoreless game, however the Oilers’ held a three-objective lead over Edison at halftime. The writing was on the subject of the wall, and the users couldn’t wait to bear witness to the inevitable.

Huntington Beach’s girls soccer group moved to within one point of repeating as Sunset Organization champions in finishing off a 3-1 success over the fifth-ranked Chargers on the subject of Feb. 4 at Edison High.

This crosstown rivalry is as fierce as any sort of in Orange County. The reaction of the Oilers users at the last whistle attested to that.

“I simply don’t love Edison at all,” senior forward Darcy Weiser said. “They’re our largest rival and our largest threat to winning Sunset League. Winning 3-1, especially, was simply love icing on the subject of the cake. I couldn’t ask for a much better method to complete my senior year playing Edison.”

Oilers coach Raul Ruiz has actually been along with the regimen for 4 years. In his 2 years as the head coach, he has actually not shed a game to the Chargers, going 1-0-3.

“It’s among those where whenever you beat them, especially at their house, it simply makes our year,” Ruiz said. “It possessed much to do along with community, bragging rights, and recruiting for following year. That’s why every time we action on the subject of the field, we have actually to beat them. That’s the motto.”

A gain or a tie in the team’s last 2 games versus Los Alamitos and Fountain Valley would certainly clinch a minimum of a discuss of the Organization title for Huntington Seaside (14-5-6, 6-0-2). The repeat was a huge objective for the Oilers, that have actually 10 seniors on the subject of their roster.

Huntington Seaside has actually gone 13-0-5 in the Sunset Organization over the past 2 years.

That rise can easily be attributed to senior strikers Sawyer Koelsch (seven goals, 4 assists) and Weiser (10 goals, 8 assists).

“We’ve carried out a actually excellent task of preserving our chemistry, and it’s assisting us play actually well together,” Koelsch said of playing along with Weiser. “It’s constantly been a blast watching her score and winning games together.”

Augusta city administrator position will be evaluated by commissioners for the first time


The majority of united states have actually examined when it come to merely exactly how we execute at the workplace, no more so when it come to the Augusta Urban area Supervisor, up till now. Commissioners have actually never ever ever before considered Janice Allen Jackson or others Urban area manager, but who is changing.

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Colonial troops suiting up for friendly skirmish in Huntington Beach's Central Park

One if by land and two if by Talbert Lake.

The British are coming this weekend break for the initial Revolutionary War reenactment at Central Park. Brought to you by the very same group that stages the popular Huntington Beach Civil War Days, “the Revolution,” as it’s billed, will certainly follow a comparable format along with troops encamping in the park and battles being waged over two days.

Although it won’t be of the dimension and scale of the Civil War event, now in its 23rd year, the Revolution – to be held Saturday and Sunday – has actually room to grow.

“There will certainly be two cannons rather than 12,” said Darrell Rivers, president of the Huntington Beach Historical Society, which is staging the event.

However, the Huntington Beach Colonial reenactment will certainly be the largest of its kind on the West Coast.

The reenactment will certainly additionally serve as a type of homage to Maureen Rivers, Darrell Rivers’ grandmother, that died recently at age 79.

“She’s the voice in the spine of my head saying the Revolution is a lot more essential compared to the Civil War,” Rivers said along with a laugh.

Maureen Rivers came to California from Lexington, Mass. and wanted to produce a reenactment love those she witnessed as a child. Even though she helped organize several small Revolutionary War-themed events at the historic Newland Estate in the 1990s, and there were presentations by the Historical Society throughout Presidents Day weekends, according to Darrell Rivers, this takes it to a Brand-new level.

While Revolution reenactments are common on the East Coast, they are rare in the west. The closest comparable events are The American Heritage Festival in Arizona and the Fourth of July Colonial Heritage Festival in Utah that draws 40,000 visitors and participants annually.

“We’re not surrounded by (U.S.) history in California, so we have actually to make our own,” Rivers said.

Unlike the Civil War reenactment, there need to be no flag flaps. Last year, there was a little a stir regarding the usage of Confederate battle flags in the wake of the killing of nine black parishioners in South Carolina last June and racial strife and complications nationally.

With the Revolution, there is little debate regarding race, Northern aggression, states’ rights or various other complications that keep on after the Civil War.

“This event isn’t nearly as political,” Rivers said. “I believe every person can easily get hold of behind the destruction of tyranny.”

The event will certainly have actually David Grace as George Washington leading the rag-tag Continental Army and militia. There are additionally rumors that Thomas Jefferson and John Adams will certainly additionally make appearances.

Ben Franklin, portrayed by Gregg Hardy, will certainly be on hand to talk regarding the life of the Founding Father and, among various other things, several of the scientific advances he helped spur.

Hardy, that is portion of the Colonial Heritage Foundation in Utah and does twenty to 40 events a year as Franklin, is glad to notice the Revolution come to Huntington Beach.

He said the Revolution and comparable events are essential “to recommendations people know Exactly how we became the Americans we are today.”

Ryan Doezie, 27 of Placentia, functions in construction a lot of of the year, yet on the weekend break he will certainly recall his family’s lineage as French royalty as soon as he portrays the Marquis de Lafayette.

Doezie, that additionally frequently participates in Civil War Days, helped recruit the reenactors for this event and calls it a “labor of love.”

“I personally believe it’s a fairly essential time period,” he said of the Revolutionary period. “It’s great to keep in mind exactly what people sacrificed.”

He said reenactments recommendations history come alive.

While boys and bigger boys could delight in the gun and cannon fire, there will certainly additionally be demonstrations of crafts, women’s fashions, dancing and music from the period, he said.

The Crown will certainly be represented by a group from the Royal Welch Fusiliers, led by Jack Pritchard.

A retired firefighter that lives in Norco, Pritchard, 63, has actually led his troops in events at the Nixon and Reagan libraries and did demonstrations in the past as portion of Huntington Beach’s Civil War Days.

“We’ll have actually an excellent group out there,” he said, including that along with the fusiliers, there would certainly be various other living history actors teaching regarding a wide array of aspects of Colonial life.

For numerous of the reenactors, there is tremendous focus to detail and authenticity.

So, exactly what is the toughest portions regarding being a Revolution reenactor to Rivers? No facial hair.

“In the 18th century there was no evidence of facial hair,” said Rivers, that normally wears a complete beard. “also two weeks stubble was unseemly.”