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Recent Crime News
Yesterday | via The Wave
Tustin police Officer and retired Marine Tom Knostman looks at the flag on Wednesday at the Bank of America in Larwin Square Shopping Center where he and other officers re-raised the American flag after a theft. Tustin police Officer and retired Marine Tom Knostman stands near the flag at the Bank of America in Larwin Square Shopping Center where he and other officers re-raised the American flag after a theft. Comment?
Tuesday | via The Wave
TUSTIN An Anaheim man on parole was arrested Tuesday when he stole an American flag from a bank and tossed it on the floor of a nearby restaurant, police said. Just after 11:30 a.m., Eugene Laporte, 56, took the flag from a flagpole in front of a Bank of America in the 13300 block of Newport Avenue, said Sgt. Comment?
Thursday Aug 6 | via The Wave
TUSTIN A 20-year-old man is suing the city, Tustin police and one of its veteran officers, alleging that the officer "physically assaulted and tackled him" for no reason, leaving him with injuries to his face and an arrest record. In the lawsuit, filed July 31 in Orange County Superior Court, Jose Francisco Franco of Tustin alleges assault and battery, negligence and false arrest. Comment?
Jul 24, 2015 | via The Wave
TUSTIN A Stanton man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a Tustin teenager who is now 24 years old, police announced Friday. Frank Carment Simonetta, 54, was arrested on several charges of of lewd acts on a child after a 24-year-old woman went to the Tustin police station Tuesday to report that he had sexually assaulted her between the ages of 12 and 15, police Sgt. 1 comment
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