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Former LAPD, Placentia Officer Suspected In Bay Area Bank RobberyPolice say Jennifer Rae McClary disguised herself as a man when she handed a teller a note and demanded money at a bank in Danville.
Placentia Man Arrested On DUI Charges For 9th Time Since 2011The suspect has eight convictions over the past six years.
Authorities Seek Missing Woman, 2-Year-Old Nephew From PlacentiaAuthorities said foul play is not suspected in their disappearance.
Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Drunk Driving In Crash That Killed Mother, 2 DaughtersA 27-year-old motorist was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and murder for allegedly striking and killing a woman and two children in Placentia.
Arrest Made In Murder Of Woman Found In PlacentiaA 26-year-old man was arrested Tuesday in connection with the death of a 19-year-old woman whose body was found in a commercial area of Placentia.
Ex-Placentia Employee Accused Of Embezzlement Charged With 89 More FeloniesProsecutors filed 89 more felony charges Friday against a former Placentia finance services manager accused of embezzling nearly $5.2 million from the city.
Driver Arrested In Backyard Jacuzzi In Anaheim After Police PursuitErick Flowers was found submerged in 104-degree water inside a covered hot tub.
Finance Services Manager Charged With Embezzling $4.3M From Placentia City FundsPlacentia’s finance services manager faces charges of embezzling $4.3 million from city funds, authorities said Thursday.
Placentia Man Fatally Slams Into Unoccupied Tow Truck On 15 FreewayIt was unclear if the accident was weather related.
Car Crashes Into Placentia Post OfficeA car crashed into a Placentia post office Friday, but no injuries were reported, police said.
Placentia Father, 41, Confesses To Sexually Molesting His Daughter From Age 3-9, Police SayPolice arrested Amado Rios-Arciga in the 800 block of W. La Jolla Street.
Labor Unions Seek Aid From Lawmakers To Repair Crumbling RoadwaysWithout more funding, streets will remain in "ailed condition" by 2024, according to the labor unions.

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