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LASD Detectives Continue To Search For Missing Person Last Seen In Duarte In 2005 Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau Detectives are always working tirelessly looking for leads and following up on tips to help them find missing persons, and solve murders. On March 8, 2018, detectives followed up on a tip regarding a missing person from 2005. Detectives said his disappearance is suspicious in nature and believe the victim was murdered. Investigators responded with scent dogs to the location of the tip, Fish Canyon Riverbed in the city of Duarte across from Encanto Park, 777 Encanto Pkwy, Duarte, to search for

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possible remains. Unfortunately, the search met with negative results. Beau Garrett Heller

was reported missing by his family on January 29, 2005. He was last seen at approximately 6:00 p.m. on that day, in the vicinity of the 200 block of Opal Canyon Rd, in Duarte. He left on a blue makeshift bicycle presumably to ride on a bike trail along the San Gabriel River and never returned. Beau Heller was described in 2005 as a male white adult, 28 years old, 5’5” tall, 160lbs, blonde hair, and hazel eyes. At the time, he was possibly wearing a white T-shirt, large blue jeans, "Active" sportwear with the "Active" logo or tag, athletic shoes and a blue

Anaheim MAN CHARGED WITH HATE CRIMES Accused of yelling racial slurs and using metal cane to attack 19-year-old hispanic man selling flowers Daniel Owen Kelley, 57, has been charged in an amended with one felony count of Assault with a deadly weapon and one felony count of Hate Crime (Assault). Kelley has prior strike conviction for committing a hate crime in 2015 in Orange County. On Feb. 25, 2018, at approximately 3:26 p.m., Kelley is accused of approaching 19-year-old

John Doe, who is Hispanic, as he was selling flowers on the sidewalk near Lincoln Avenue and Beach Boulevard in Anaheim. The defendant is accused of kicking over the victim's bucket of flowers, hitting the victim on his head and back multiple times with a 4-foot metal cane, and yelling racial slurs at John Doe based on his race. A concerned citizen

contacted 911 to report the incident. Anaheim Police Department officers responded and arrested Kelley at the scene. Pre-trial hearing is set for April 2, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. at the Department CCB-1, Central Justice Center in Santa Ana. If convicted, Kelley faces a maximum sentence of 16 years in state prison.

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On March 6, 2018, Sergeant J. Monroe saw a Ford Explorer matching the description of that involved in the incident. He conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and confirmed it was a match. The 14-year old greatgrandson of the registered owner was detained and later identified as the suspect. During a search of the juvenile’s home, Detectives found the uniform worn during the incident, as well as a large amount of counterfeit money, simulation firearms, ballistic vests and other law enforcement related items. During the investigation, Detectives also

learned the juvenile had two additional contacts the same night, posing as a law enforcement officer. He initiated a traffic stop on a red vehicle, driven by a black female adult, in the area of Amethyst Road. After obtaining the female’s information he gave her a warning and let her go. The other incident occurred in the area of Cobalt Road. The suspect again activated the emergency lights mounted in the vehicle, causing a white male, approximately 16-years old, to come out of his house. The suspect again claimed to be investigating a domestic disturbance call. When he was told, there was no distur-

bance, the suspect left. The suspect, who is on probation, was arrested and booked at High Desert Juvenile Detention Center. Detectives are still trying to locate the other victims. If you have information about the female in the red car or the juvenile from the Cobalt Road incident, you are urged to call the Victorville Police Department at (760) 241-2911 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at (760) 956-5001. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip. com.

Ontario Teen Golfer Clubs Duck to Death

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Ontario Teen Golfer Allegedly Clubs Duck to Death A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed a duck with a golf club in Ontario during a caught-on-video incident that was shared on social media was taken into custody and cited, police said Thursday.

An animal cruelty investigation began Wednesday night after authorities were tipped off about a duck being abused by a young man at the Whispering Lakes Golf Course, located at 2525 E. Riverside Drive, according

to an Ontario Police Department news release. Video depicting the waterfowl being hit by the club was posted on social media, according to the release. The duck’s remains were later found.

2018 03 12 legal ana  
2018 03 12 legal ana