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Child rapist gets 68-year sentence

A former teacher was convicted Friday of sexual assault on a 13-year-old girl. In Central Justice Center in Santa Ana, Jeffrey Scott Jones, 56, a resident of Huntington Beach was found guilty by a jury of two felony counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and one felony count of continuous sexual abuse. 191 more words

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114-year sentence for Garden Grove man

A Garden Grove man was sentenced Friday to 114 years in state prison for shooting into a vehicle, an act which killed a man and injured two women. 383 more words

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GG man sentenced for stabbing murder

A Garden Grove man was sentenced to 26 years to life in state prison Friday for the stabbing-murder of a stranger in a parking lot. The sentence was handed down at Central Justice Center in Santa Ana. 165 more words

Garden Grove

Murder, travel scam suspects in court

A pre-trial hearing is set for Monday morning in Santa Ana for a man accused of the stabbing murder of a Huntington Beach in 2013. According to the Orange County District Attorney’s office, Rito Samuel Tejeda is charged with the slaying of Frederick Sledge, 51, on Oct. 210 more words

Garden Grove

Audit says no to "no-show, no-work" job

By Jim Tortolano

Did a former Garden Grove fire chief have “no-show, no-work” deal after he left his job under a cloud of controversy? An audit report says no. 292 more words

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Mom, son held in GG shooting released

A mother and son pair arrested in the wake of a fatal shooting in Garden Grove on Aug. 25 have been released. According to published reports, the two have not been charged and have been released from custody by the Orange County District Attorney. 155 more words

Garden Grove

Community prosecutor is OKd for HB

By a Tribune staff writer

The too-pushy panhandler. The drunken party-goer. The shoplifter. These are the kind of offenders often cited by police as having committed misdemeanors, but how often are they prosecuted in a court of law? 270 more words

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