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Costa Mesa California Police Station Address: 99 Fair Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, United States


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@KeepOrangeRed All those involved were adults.

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Five transported to nearby hospital for treatment. No fatalities.

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🚨TRAFFIC ALERT: 5 vehicle traffic collision on Sunflower Ave. and Bristol St. west of Bear. Please avoid area. https://t.co/kxA3BSBaJS

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Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Today, we recognize our MVPs in blue #thankanofficer #backtheblue https://t.co/oaCx0OUET8

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Costa Mesa Police Department shared Daily Pilot’s post.6 days ago

For all those that would like to attend the service:

Please join us to honor Jess Gilman
Tuesday, Jan. 16th, at 12:30 p.m.
at Wilshire Boulevard Temple,
3663 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90010

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Costa Mesa Police Department1 week ago

It’s a foggy morning in #CostaMesa. Please drive carefully.

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Costa Mesa Police Department1 week ago

A message from Chief Rob Sharpnack: “The Police Department family is deeply saddened to hear the unexpected news of retired Officer Jess Gilman’s passing. Jess served in our organization for 25 years. He was a gentle giant and stood out as a school resource officer, mentor to youngsters throughout the city, and a loyal participant in special events overtime operations such as the OC Fair. Jess was a husband, father, and loyal member of our department. We are sincerely thankful for his contributions to the organization and community as a whole. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Gilman family. RIP Jess.”

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Costa Mesa Police Department1 week ago

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Today we thank our officers and all those in law enforcement for their sacrifice, dedication, and bravery to protect and serve. Today, we recognize our MVPs.

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Costa Mesa Police Department shared Pierce County Sheriff’s Department’s post.2 weeks ago

Our deepest condolences go out to fallen Deputy McCartney’s family, friends, and Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. You are all in our prayers and thoughts.

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Costa Mesa Police Department shared Orange County Sheriff’s Department, CA’s post.2 weeks ago

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department, CA is looking for a missing 19-year-old man. Please see their post and if you see him or have any pertinent information, contact them immediately. Please share this and spread the word. Thank you.

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Costa Mesa Police Department2 weeks ago

New Sergeant Alert 🚨 Congratulations are in order! Today, Mario Garcia, who has been part of the CMPD family for 19 years, was promoted to sergeant at his swearing-in ceremony. Some of his most notable assignments include Patrol, Narcotics/Vice Unit, working as a cross-sworn federal agent with DEA and task force officer with HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) in downtown Los Angeles until 2010. Then, while working in the Special Investigations Unit, the team received numerous recognitions for the large seizures of US currency and illicit drugs throughout California, the United States and Canada. Garcia has also been assigned to work as a detective and was most recently a Field Training Officer in patrol. This is a well-deserved promotion and we wish you well, Sgt. Garcia! 🎉
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