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Police are on the lookout for DUIs

GARDEN GROVE police will be extra alert for DUI drivers this Halloween week.

GARDEN GROVE police will be extra alert for DUI drivers this Halloween week.

Planning on tying one on while putting on a Halloween costume? Think about it, warns the Garden Grove Police Department.

“If you want to stay safe this Halloween, then make a plan to get home without driving if you’re LogoforNewsBriefsbeen drinking,” said Chief Todd Elgin of the GGPD. “Just one drink impairs judgment, so plan to get home by taxi, ride share, mass transit or designate a sober driver. Buzzed driving is drunk driving, so plan ahead and stay safe.”

The GGPD will have officers on duty looking out for motorists driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs through the weekend and to Halloween on Tuesday night.

Domestic violence suspect arrested in Westminster

Westminster police arrested a man Thursday morning in connection with a dispute between him and a woman.

Police were sent to a home in the area of Trask Avenue and Siskiyou Street at 11:41 p.m., and the male suspect ran from them according to police. Officers set up a perimeter and with the assistance of the Huntington Beach police helicopter, found the man hiding in a nearby garage.

He was arrested and booked into Orange County Jail in Santa Ana on a felony charge of domestic violence.

HUNTINGTON BEACH police wants help in identifying this woman (HBPD)

HUNTINGTON BEACH police want help in identifying this woman (HBPD)

HBPD seeks help in identifying suspect

On Tuesday around 11:50 a.m., the pictured suspect was seen rummaging through a vehicle on Dale Vista Lane in Huntington Beach, according to the HBPD. There was no loss from the vehicle and a neighbor was able to take pictures of the suspect.

The female is described as white, 35-45 years old, 5’4”-5’7”, 135-145 lbs., with long brown hair.

Police are seeking additional witnesses and ask anyone with any information to please call the Huntington Beach Police Information Hotline at (714) 375-5066. You can also click on the Submit a Crime Tip link on the HBPD Facebook page.



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