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1 HUNTINGTON BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER Date: June 2007 Vol. 35 No. 6 POLICE/FIRE EMERGENCY 911 Information Desk NON-EMERGENCY/DISPATCH Graffiti Hot Line POLICE: Business Line Neighborhood Watch Vacation Checks (RSVP) Layout Design: Shirley Salter Website: Compiled and edited by Suzie Wajda, HBPD Community Services Specialist JUNE POSTAGE UPDATE We need $20,000 again this year to cover the expenses of postage, labels, and returned Newsletters. For the past 28 years, we have been able to raise this money through generous donations from our subscribers and advertisers. We hope we can continue to do this in At the end of April, we had received $15,713--we have $4,287 to go. A $4 donation pays for each subscriber s postage; a $5 or more donation puts your name in the Newsletter as a contributor; and a $20 donation will put your name in the Newsletter plus you will receive a Neighborhood Watch sticker and a Surf City keychain. And, remember, since we are a non-profit organization, your donations are tax deductible. Make your checks payable to: HB NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH Send to: Or: HB NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PO BOX 5667 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA HB POLICE DEPARTMENT 2000 MAIN ST. HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA REMEMBER To Receive Your Newsletter Online: Please send an to: A SPECIAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH VOLUNTEERS The Huntington Beach Police Department would like to thank all the Neighborhood Watch volunteers who have contributed to the program this past year. Their volunteer efforts and dedication to keep this program going has made Neighborhood Watch a valuable asset to the community. The meetings provide crime prevention information and the Newsletter provides ongoing communication that has contributed to keeping our city one of the safest in America. The volunteers involved in the Huntington Beach Neighborhood Watch Board of Directors attend monthly board meetings and help plan the direction of the program. They also conduct all the Neighborhood Watch meetings in the community. They are: David Shostak, President; Penny Lambright, Vice President; Karen Cornell, Treasurer; Kathie Liboon, Member at Large; Carol Newman, Secretary; and Jim Dwyer, Board Member. The volunteers involved in the Newsletter Assembly Committee collate, fold, label and sort newsletters by zip code. There are 13,000 newsletters printed, of which, 8,000 are mailed directly to subscribers. These volunteers are dedicated to their project by attending monthly assembly meetings which last about 3 hours. Without them, we could not send out this newsletter. A special thank you to everyone on the Newsletter Assembly Committee. They are: Gloria Andrew, Sue Bessho, Dan & Joan Biedermann, Batoul Bodes, Joanne Booz, Martha & George Bustamante, Mid Call, May Sue Chee, James Chester, Edith Drake, Pat Freyer, Don Griswold, Carrie Hogue, Mildred Hughes, Florence Jarvis, Ruth Jecter, Tad Kiyomura, Bev Krueger, Blair Lenoir, Carol Newman, Flo Pach, Charlene & Joe Saeman, Mike Seth, Dorothy Short, Marilyn Spreeman, Dee Sutherland, Janina Szbert, Jim Townsend, Cleo Turner, Amy Wada, Carol Waggoner, Carol Waidner, Thelma Wegelin, and Mary Wajda. HB NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH BOARD MEETING THERE ARE NO BOARD MEETINGS IN JULY OR AUGUST HAVE A GREAT SUMMER AND BE SAFE!

2 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER June 2007 Page 2 Using Illegal You will be caught and Fireworks? it will now cost you more! By Kerry Hoey, Public Information Office Huntington Beach is once again preparing for its 4 th of July celebration which will start early with a parade and end with a dazzling fireworks display. Fireworks are enjoyable and exciting to watch, but each year illegal fireworks injure thousands of people, many of them children, and cause thousands of fires. The Huntington Beach Fire and Police Departments want to ensure the safety of all its residents during the 4 th of July holiday. They remind you that it is illegal to manufacture, possess, store, sell, and use fireworks in the City of Huntington Beach. This includes so-called safe and sane fireworks and those purchased outside of the city or on the internet. This year, the civil citation fines have been increased. By enforcing this code strictly, the Huntington Beach Police and Fire Departments will be hard at work on the 4 th of July to keep our city safe. Officers will increase their patrols several days before and during the holiday to ensure that those who continue to put the safety of their family and community in danger will be caught. "There are no safe fireworks," stated Huntington Beach Fire Chief, Duane Olson. "Fireworks are dangerous and illegal in the City of Huntington Beach. If you are caught using or possessing fireworks of any kind, you will be fined $500 for the first offense and $1,000 for each additional offense. It is not worth the risk and the safety of your family and friends." In 2005, fireworks were the cause of 4 fatalities; 10,800 injuries; 7,000 fires; and $40 million in property loss. An estimated 9,600 emergency room-treated injuries are associated with fireworks annually. Nearly 7,000 of those injuries occur around July 4 th. According to the California Hospital Association, safe and sane fireworks account for about 30% of these injuries. Fireworks are especially dangerous to children even those that are considered relatively safe, like sparklers. Sparklers can burn at temperatures of 2,000 degrees hot enough to melt some metals resulting in the majority of injuries to children under the age of 5. A new study by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission found that more than 50% of fireworksrelated injuries occur to children and teenagers under the age of 14. Children between the ages of five and nine have the highest injury rate. A trip to the emergency room for your child s fireworks injuries can cost an average of $20,000, while injuries and burns requiring hospitalization can run into six figures. Given the high number of children injured by fireworks, it is not surprising that the most common ignition factor for fires related to fireworks is children playing with them. These fires cause approximately $15 million in property loss, injure 50, and kill 15 people, including firefighters, annually according to the U.S. Fire Administration and National Fire Protection Association. Based on the amount of time and quantities in use, fireworks pose a higher risk of fire death than any other consumer product. On the 4 th of July alone, fireworks caused more reported outdoor fires in the US than all other causes combined. If you want to celebrate the 4 th of July with a fireworks display, the best way to do that is by attending the public fireworks display conducted by professional pyrotechnicians, said Huntington Beach Police Chief, Ken Small. The police and fire departments are making an extra effort this year to enforce illegal firework violations due to the danger posed by illegal fireworks and the thousands of complaints we receive every year. Anyone witnessing illegal fireworks or those in possession of fireworks, is asked to call the Huntington Beach Police Department at (714) If your past holiday tradition has been to set off illegal fireworks, it is time to start a new one. The Fourth of July celebration at the Huntington Beach Pier is an annual tradition in the community that will be celebrating its 103 rd year in In previous years, this event has drawn up to 150,000 spectators. The Huntington Beach Fourth of July celebration features the largest Independence Day parade west of the Mississippi River. This year s parade will include more than 300 entries including bands, floats, film and television celebrities, local dignitaries, equestrians and community groups. After the sun sets, thousands of fireworks synchronized to music will be launched from the Huntington Beach Pier. The safe and exciting professional display will amaze visitors of all ages. As always, this is a free event.

3 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER June 2007 Page 3 Huntington Beach Police Department Receives Grant To SPECIAL THANKS TO MEMBERS LISTED BELOW FOR THEIR DONATION Huntington Beach residents can look forward to safer streets under a program announced by the Huntington Beach Police Department. A series of special efforts will be undertaken aimed at enforcing DUI traffic laws and educating the public on drunk driving issues. Two additional motorcycles, a DUI Enforcement Team and stepped-up impaired driving enforcement will be the result of a $664,128 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Through this two year grant, the police department will conduct DUI checkpoints, saturation patrols and warrant service operations that will target multiple offenders who violate probation terms or fail to appear in court. The grant will improve traffic safety in Huntington Beach, said Huntington Beach Police Chief, Kenneth W. Small. Through this grant, funding was obtained to impact those who drive while impaired. The main goal of the grant is to reduce the number of persons killed or injured in alcohol-related collisions. Questions about the grant can be directed to the Huntington Beach Police Department Traffic Bureau at (714) MADD believes that the reason people continue to drive drunk, despite the devastating effect it has on families, is because they can. MADD is committed to changing that. Currently, there are several advanced technologies under development that may one day make it impossible for vehicles to be driven by drunks. Until then, we must rely on proven techniques to reduce drunk driving: alcohol ignition interlocks and increased high visibility enforcement, such as sobriety checkpoints in all 50 states. Louis Amerman John & Irene Andreos Jean & Ralph Ardia Ernest & Luz Barragan Adrian & Loni Bartlow Lenora Bausserman Franz Berghammer Robie & Elizabeth Bird Mary Blake Gerald & Susan Briggs William & Barbara Brockmann Edward Bruchhauser Carol Buchea Frank & Kim Carano Frany Carr Nick & Winnie Carter Lorrin & May Sue Chee Bernadine J. Clancy Lance Clerversley Sandra & Mike Cotton William & Jeanette Curran Denise & John Donnelly Cathaleen Dunn Sam Eagle James Eggers Virginia & Delton Emery Melvin & Patricia Feiner Kathryn Foster-Pulcini H. G. Franklin Jerome & Sarah Fulton Maira Gherman Joyce Goldenson Hugh & Amy Goldstein Peter & Catherine Green Dan & Sharron Gunness Marlene & Joe Gutierrez R.B. & Bette Hastie Beatrice Helstrom Terry & John Hill Shun Chia Hu Evelyn & Derek Igarta E.H. & M. Jackson Walter & Betty Kanbara Bob & Mana Kelly Ernest & Annette Kidd Harold & Lida King Elaine Littlejohn Melvin Long Jack & Jean Malmborg Pamela Manke Patricia Mathewson Linda McGovern Jean McGrath Paul Duffee & Diane Merrill Richard Moore Eleanor Murphy Robert & Gwendolyn Murray John & Nellie Newman Mark & Karen Noehren Vicki Norton Viljo & Helen Ovaskainen H. Parker James & Susan Pasienski Greg & Patricia Pedersen Pamela Peterson David & Arlene Peterson Thelma Pooler S. A. Reed Janice Sadler Lenora Sanchez Jack & Jackie Satterthwaite Tracy Scales Carl & Elizabeth Scherz Margot Schwerin Herbert & Patricia Seitz Audrey Sheets Bernard Shoeps Robert Slater Lorraine Smith R.H. & K.L. Smith Ricky Stell Thomas Stone Alek & Shirley Strachan Ann & Frank Sullivan Donald & Jean Taub Ralph & Barbara Thorne Arthur & Diana Tocco Mary Tracy Stanley & Kay Tseng Ray Vidal Gina Vincelli Keiko Wasielewski Pete Werrlein Al & Jo Witt Mark & Shirley Wold George & Flo-Ree Woodruff Henry & Thersa Yates Emilie Ying William Younis P. Zubiate RESIDENTAL BURGLARIES JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Uibol!zpv!gps!zpvs!hfofsptjuz"!!!! Sfnfncfs-!tjodf!xf!bsf!b!opo.qspgju!pshboj{bujpo-!zpvs! epobujpot!bsf!uby!efevdujcmf/

4 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER June 2007 Page 4 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES, VEHICLE BURGLARIES GRAND THEFT AUTOS The police patrol areas are the north and south. The patrol beats are Your RD (Reporting District) is the half-mile square surrounding your home. To locate your Beat and RD, please check the map on the back inside page. In most cases, your BEAT/RD is identified on your address mailing label. RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES 39 entries in May 39 entries in April Thirteen of the entries were due to OPEN OR UNLOCKED windows or doors, or 33% of the entries reported. Further breakdown reveals 12 garage entries out of 39 burglaries, or 31% of the entries reported. Seventeen of the entries reported occurred during daytime (6:00 am. to 6:00 pm.). Twenty-two entries occurred during night (6:00 pm. to 6:00 am.). Six entries by force or pry tool, seven entries by unknown means, eight attempts without entry, three entries by passkeys and two entries by window smash. BEAT 2 VEHICLE BURGLARIES 56 reported in May 46 reported in April GRAND THEFT AUTOS 53 reported in May 55 reported in April 1 Residential Burglary 1 Vehicle Burglary 2 RD Streets: Brookhurst-garage entry by force. RD RD RD BEAT 3 1 Residential Burglary 1 Vehicle Burglary 0 RD Streets: Birchwood, entry by unknown means with no force. There were no garage entries. RD None BEAT RD RD RD RD RD Streets: Florida, Munster, Baltimore, Erget and Doncaster. THREE ENTRIES BY OPEN OR UNLOCKED WINDOWS OR DOORS. One attempt without entry, one entry by a passkey. There was one garage entry RD RD RD RD RD BEAT RD RD RD Streets: Bikini, Kukui, Estuary and Pettswood. TWO ENTRIES BY OPEN OR UNLOCKED WINDOWS OR DOORS. Two attempts without entry. There were two garage entries. RD RD None BEAT RD RD RD Streets: 22 nd St., Main St., 12 th St., and 9 th St. TWO ENTRIES BY OPEN OR UNLOCKED WINDOWS OR DOORS. One entry by unknown means, one entry by force or pry tool. There was one garage entry. RD RD RD RD RD RD RD 451-2

5 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER June 2007 Page 5 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES, VEHICLE BURGLARIES, GRAND THEFT AUTOS BEAT RD RD Streets: Tradewind, Harbor Glen and Seastar. TWO ENTRIES BY OPEN OR UNLOCKED WINDOWS OR DOORS. One entry by a passkey. There was one garage entry. RD RD RD RD RD RD BEAT RD Streets: Misty, Windcroft and three entries on Padua. Three juveniles arrested on 5-22 and are responsible for the entries in this RD. THREE ENTRIES BY OPEN OR UNLOCKED WINDOWS OR DOORS. One entry by unknown means and one attempt without entry. There were three garage entries. RD RD RD RD RD BEAT 9 1 Residential Burglary 5 Vehicle Burglary 11 RD Streets: B St., with an attempt entry. There were no garage entries. RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD BEAT Vehicle Burglary 6 RD RD RD Streets: Tempe, Windspun, Bonaire and Pickwick. Two entries by unknown means, one entry by a passkey and one entry by force. There was one garage entry. RD RD RD RD RD RD BEAT 11 1 Residential Burglary 1 Vehicle Burglary 0 RD Streets: Robert, entry by unknown means with no force thru the garage. RD None BEAT RD RD RD Streets: Hammon, Dollar, Melbourne, Alden and Mayflower. ONE ENTRY BY AN OPEN WINDOW OR DOOR. One entry by force, one entry by a window smash and two attempts without entry. There were no garage entries. Poss. suspects seen in RD 117 open window entry: 2 male Black adults, early 20 s, approx Suspects seen leaving when alarm went off, entering into a white 4-door Saturn. Poss. suspect in RD 148 Mayflower attempt: Male Asian adult, 30 s, short dark hair, approx. 5 6, pounds. RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD BEAT RD RD RD RD Streets: Anita (four juveniles arrested), Edinger, Viewpoint and two entries on Huntington Village. One attempt without entry, two entries by force, one entry by a window smash, one entry by unknown means. There was one garage entry. RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD RD 262 1

6 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER June 2007 Page 6 BEWARE OF WORK-AT-HOME AND OTHER SCHEMES by California Attorney General, Bill Lockyer Consumers should be wary of television, radio or newspaper advertisements that promote business opportunities that appear too good to be true-- fast cash, minimal work, no risk, be your own boss. Many of these promises are false, and victims can lose their life savings. My office participated in a major state-federal crackdown on unscrupulous marketers of work-at-home scams and "business opportunity" plans. Our investigations resulted in criminal and civil enforcement actions against more than 200 operations that victimized tens of thousands of consumers. Consumers involved in these scams lost more than $100 million. Fraud is most often associated with vending machine, display rack, pay phone, medical billing, work-at-home and some internet-related business opportunities. It has also been found with envelope stuffing and surplus goods sales. The people behind these schemes are not really interested in helping you run a successful business. They want your money. They mislead you about the opportunity s earnings potential and promote a scheme that has little chance of succeeding--for example, a business with little or no market. They may ruin your chances of success by providing low quality or outdated merchandise and poor quality equipment, such as defective pay phones and vending machines, and locations that get little foot traffic, like out-ofthe-way snack shops, stores in deserted strip malls and rural gas stations. Before investing in a work-at-home business opportunity, you should consider the following tips: Obtain all necessary information about the program before signing a contract. Obtain pre-investment information in writing, including the number and percentage of previous purchasers who achieved the promised earnings. Check to see if a franchise seller is registered, as required by California law, with the California Department of Corporations by calling , or if the seller of other business opportunities is on file with the Attorney General s Office by calling Interview current investors in person, preferably where the business operates, to reduce your risk of being misled by people hired to give favorable testimonies and to get a better sense of how the business works. Obtain professional advice. Spending a few hundred dollars to talk to a lawyer, accountant or other expert is a wise move, especially when a life s savings is on the line. Check out the company with your local consumer protection agency and the Better Business Bureau, but be aware that the absence of complaints doesn t necessarily mean the company is legitimate. Unscrupulous companies may settle complaints, change their names or move to avoid detection. For additional information on how to spot and avoid business opportunity scams, visit the California Department of Corporation s website at and the Federal Trade Commission s website at If you have spent money and time on a work-at-home program that you now believe to be illegitimate and you can t resolve the dispute with the company, file a complaint with the Public Inquiry Unit of the Attorney General s Office by writing to P.O. Box , Sacramento, CA , or by visiting the Attorney General s website at No investment is risk-free. However, a bit of background work can lay the foundation for a solid opportunity or steer you clear of a shaky one. EXECUTIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS DAVID SHOSTAK, President, PENNY LAMBRIGHT, Vice President KAREN CORNELL, Treasurer CAROL NEWMAN, Secretary KATHIE LIBOON, Member at Large SPEAKER S BUREAU Jim Dwyer, Kathie Liboon, Penny Lambright & David Shostak Make sure that the promoter provides the disclosure documents required by law. GRAND THEFT AUTO VEHICLE BURGLARIES JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

7 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER June 2007 Page 7 N C.O.P. BUREAU COMMANDER W E Lt. Mike Reynolds C.O.P. LIAISON OFFICERS S NORTH Officer Jerry Abrahams SOUTH Officer Tim Martin Note: Locate your Beat and Reporting District (RD) by referring to this map. In most cases your BEAT and RD are on your mailing label. Example: If you live in Beat 3 and RD 455, you will have on your address label.

8 ALL ADS ARE PAID FOR AND DO NOT REPRESENT AN ENDORSEMENT BY NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH. WE ARE GRATEFUL TO OUR ADVERTISERS FOR CONTRIBUTING TO FINANCING THE MAILING OF THIS NEWSLETTER.

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