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


1 day ago
Tonight at Graduation, 2️⃣ of our new officers recieved awards: Officer Jones for Special Achievement Award for Arrest & Control Techniques and Officer Schramm, who was Class Chaplain, for Special Achievement Award for Practical Application! Congratulations 🎊🎉 https://t.co/969tLfCp9a

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1 day ago
3️⃣ new officers graduated from the Sheriff’s Training Academy tonight and are now part of our blue family. Welcome Officer Jeffrey Schramm, Officer Hank Gallegos, and Officer Christopher Jones (L to R) 🎉 https://t.co/25wkmuz3wC

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3 days ago
At our Volunteer Appreciation Lunch today, we recognized our amazing volunteers for their time and hard work. Thank you for all you do!! 🎉👏 #volunteerappreciationweek https://t.co/MTGiQEwQez

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3 days ago
🎉Congratulations are in order! 👏 We celebrated four promotions yesterday. CMPD wish all of you the best in your continued success! #hardworkpaysoff💪 #bluefamily https://t.co/is1PSWvptN

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3 days ago
@PomonaPD Hi Aly and Cpl. Gutierrez! 🙌

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3️⃣ new officers graduated from the Sheriff’s Training Academy tonight and are now part of our blue family. Join us in welcoming Officer Jeffrey Schramm, Officer Hank Gallegos, and Officer Christopher Jones (L to R) to Costa Mesa PD 👏

Congratulations to Officer Jones for receiving the Special Achievement Award for Arrest and Control Techniques!

Congratulations to Officer Schramm, who was Class Chaplain, for receiving the Special Achievement Award for Practical Application!

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Chief Sharpnack, Lt. LaPointe, and Captain Manley attended the Waymakers Event in support of Officer Jones, who was recognized for replacing a burglary victim’s stolen tricycle.

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At our Volunteer Appreciation Lunch today, we recognized our amazing volunteers for their time and hard work. Thank you for all you do!! 🎉👏 #volunteerappreciationweek

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Costa Mesa Police Department added 2 new photos.3 days ago

🎉Congratulations are in order! 👏 We celebrated four promotions yesterday. CMPD wish all of you the best in your continued success! #hardworkpaysoff💪 #bluefamily

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TIP-A-COP at the Claim Jumper at South Coast Plaza

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What’s in the van?
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Yesterday, April 11, 2018, at approximately 9:10 a.m., officers located a stolen van in the parking lot of a motel in the area of Harbor Blvd and Gisler Street. When the driver left in the vehicle, officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and Cameron Martin Heacock, 40, Los Angeles, was arrested. Officers searched the vehicle, which contained a suspected unreported stolen motorcycle, 13 guitars, and other miscellaneous items. Detectives assisted in the investigation and discovered many of the high-end guitars had been stolen from a local music store. Detectives later searched Heacock’s storage unit at the 2900 block of Fairview Road and recovered an additional unreported stolen motorcycle, a stolen Yamaha motor scooter, a stolen leaf blower and stolen boat engine. The thefts occurred over several months and were identified as having occurred in Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, and Fountain Valley. Investigation is ongoing and anyone with any additional information is encouraged to contact Detective Jon Smith, at 714-754-5097. Some of the property that was ID’ed has already been returned, including the van, eight of the guitars, the scooter, and the boat engine.