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OCEANSIDE POLICE HOST COFFEE WITH A COP

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On September 9, 2015, officers from Oceanside Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee.


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STABBING

This afternoon at 3:44 p.m. Oceanside Police dispatchers began receiving calls regarding a stabbing near the Sprinter Station in the 600 block of Crouch.


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STABBING UPDATE

When officers arrived, they found two victims – Richard Lincoln (DOB January 25, 1987) and Trent Wyatt (DOB May 22, 1985). Both had stab wounds.


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PLAQUE DEDICATION AT FORMER POLICE FACILITY

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On Tuesday September 8, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. retired members of the Oceanside Police Department and Oceanside Fire Department will be dedicating a plaque at the Veterans’ Association of North County located at 1617 Mission Avenue in Oceanside.


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HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

On August 23rd, 2015 at approximately 4:26 am OPD Officers responded to the 500 block of Gold Drive to investigate radio call reference shots being fired in the neighborhood.


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HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION UPDATE

The following information, which is related to yesterday’s homicide has been confirmed


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OCEANSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS HIRING ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICERS

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The city of Oceanside is a diverse community only 35 miles north of San Diego. We have it all - 3.5 miles of public beaches, a 1,601 foot pier, a 1,000 foot Marina, amazing weather, and 30 city parks. The Oceanside Police Department is looking for individuals willing to accept the call to serve and protect our city.


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MOTORCYCLE HELMETS PROVIDE SAFETY FOR RIDERS

From January 2015 through July 2015 there were 36 injury traffic collisions involving motorcycles in Oceanside. There were a total of 38 injuries in those collisions.


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UPDATE ON MISSING PERSON NIKOLAOS CHRISTIDIS

On Saturday August 15, 2015 at approximately 11:30 a.m. members of the LASO and the civilian volunteer search and rescue teams located the body of Nickolaos Christidis in the unincorporated desert area of Los Angeles. His body was located approximately ¾ of a mile away from where his vehicle was found.


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SAFE DRIVING TIPS - BACK TO SCHOOL

The Oceanside Police Department is encouraging all motorists to be mindful of school zones and school bus safety as the school year begins. After a summer of driving without school bus drop-offs/pick-ups or hordes of kids walking to and from school, drivers can often forget the challenges of driving in school zones. Now is the time to adjust your driving habits to ensure you aren’t involved in a potentially fatal crash with a child or receiving a costly ticket.


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