OCSD Newsroom Headlines

September 19, 2019 
SPECIAL BULLETIN: OCSD attempts to ID child annoyance suspect

News ImageThe Orange County Sheriff’s Department issued a Wireless Emergency Alert Thursday, Sept. 19, in an attempt to identify a child annoyance suspect.


September 18, 2019 
PRESS RELEASE: Investigators seek public's assistance to identify child annoyance suspect(s)

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ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (Sept. 18, 2019) – Orange County Sheriff’s investigators are seeking the public’s help to identify suspect(s) involved in separate child annoyance incidents during the last week.


September 17, 2019 
Cupcake business with sweet sentiment inspires support for those with autism

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Members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department were in for a sweet surprise Sept. 11 when a local family showed their gratitude for first responders with a special delivery.

North Operations Lt. Pat Rich, who leads the Sheriff’s Department’s security operations for the Orange County Fair, was looking for a way to thank OCSD financial department employees for their work on the month-long event.

When he met Evan Eusebio at the Villa Park City Council meeting, Lt. Rich knew the best way to thank the team: cupcakes.


September 12, 2019 
NEWS RELEASE: Think Two Steps Ahead: September is Pedestrian Safety Month

SANTA ANA, Ca. (Sept. 12, 2019) – The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is working with law enforcement agencies across the state to promote safe behaviors that allow drivers and those on foot to get where they need to go safely.


September 12, 2019 
NEWS RELEASE: One Size Does Not Fit All: Choose the Right Car Seat for Your Child

SANTA ANA, Ca. (Sept. 12, 2019) – The Orange County Sheriff’s Department isjoining law enforcement agencies, public health departments and other communityorganizations to raise awareness about the importance of keeping children inthe correct car seat for their age and size.


August 20, 2019 
A look inside the farm at the Farm

The last vestiges of farm culture sporadically dot dense urban sprawl; a sharp contrast to the thousands of acres of celery farms, strawberry patches and orange groves that once made up the landscape in the county’s early years.

Little is left of the industry that laid roots for Orange County, but an unexpected bastion of rural life remains at the James A. Musick Facility.


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