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Update: Noguez home on Olive Avenue being raided in Huntington Park

By Brian Hews Los Cerritos Community Newspaper can confirm that the Huntington Park home of Los Angeles County Assessor John R. Noguez is currently being raided by several law enforcement…

LA County Assessor’s Tax Projections Off by $50 Million

LA County Assessor’s Tax Projections Off by  $50 Million

In a rebuke of Noguez and his staff, the entire organization will be subject of a comprehensive audit by the Auditor-Controller.   By Brian Hews Los Angeles County Assessor John…

OPINION: Assessor John Noguez Must Resign

OPINION: Assessor John Noguez Must Resign

At this week’s LA County Supervisor meeting, LA County Assessor John Noguez told the supervisors that tax revenue for the quarter would be “off by $50 million” and that “he…

DA issues search warrants on Noguez’ home and 11 other locations

DA issues search warrants on Noguez’ home and 11 other locations

By Brian Hews and Brian Hews   The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office has raided the home of Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez and at 11 other locations this morning in…

Bellflower man arrested after attempting to steal airplane at Compton Airport

Bellflower man arrested after attempting to steal airplane at Compton Airport

A Bellflower man is under arrest after he was caught trying to steal a airplane at the Compton Woodley Airport Friday. Deputies from Compton Sheriff’s Station received a call at…

“AUTISM SPEAKS” given $25K donation from Moskowitz Foundation

“AUTISM SPEAKS” given $25K donation from Moskowitz Foundation

The Irving Moskowitz Foundation recently presented a $25,000 donation to “Autism Speaks”. Upon accepting the donation, Matthew Asner, Executive Director for Southern California “Autism Speaks” thanked the Foundation for its…

Cerritos Council Approves Zone Change Adjacent to Liberty Park

Cerritos Council Approves Zone Change Adjacent to Liberty Park

By Jerry Bernstein The Cerritos council voted on a zone change for 3.31 acres of land on Studebaker Road from regional commercial to open space at its regular meeting. The…

Revitalization of Downtown Artesia underway

Revitalization of  Downtown Artesia underway

By Jerry Bernstein Work on the long discussed Artesia Downtown Revitalization Project began on April 9 with completion scheduled during the month of August. The work will include that portion…

BREAKING NEWS: Child molestation charges dropped against Hawaiian Gardens union leader Licon

By Brian Hews and Jerry Bernstein Child molestation charges were dropped Friday morning against Fred Licon, the current President of the Hawaiian Gardens Employees Association, inside a Bellflower court room.…

Cerritos Weekly Crime Summary April 9-15, 2012

    Part I felony crimes reported to the Cerritos Sheriff’s Station dropped by three last week after 23 were reported. All categories in this report were down with the…