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Ferguson PD Support

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As a police officer and association leader, I feel for all the Law Enforcement Officers who are dealing with the protests and civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.  It was only a few years ago we here at the Anaheim Police Department were dealing with a similar, but not as severe, situation involving two officer involved shootings in July of 2012.  People rushing to judgments, perceived racial tensions, political grandstanding, and outside influences and antagonists have fueled this unfortunate incident as it did in Anaheim two years ago.  The media has been biased, in my opinion, and has made the situation far worse as a small violent minority group continues to create an unsafe environment to gain attention and publicize their anti-government and police movement.

As President of the Anaheim Police Association, and on behalf of our membership, I would like to give our support to the Ferguson Police Department and especially Officer Darren Wilson during this

Letter to the Editor: Tait's Misguided Memorial Priorities

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Published: July 23, 2014 Updated: 7:14 p.m.

Tait's misguided memorial priorities

Anaheim, Kerry Condon president, Anaheim Police Association: The article on Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait, "Anaheim police union: Mayor 'disrespectful'" [Local, July 18], was off the mark and did not accurately display why Anaheim police officers and others are upset with their mayor.

Article link: Anaheim police union: Mayor 'disrespectful'

The issue is not about a makeshift memorial in an Anaheim neighborhood for a gang member.

I have seen dozens of these memorials over the 24 years of being an Anaheim police officer. It's not about the requests by several mothers who asked Anaheim leaders during the City Council meeting that they wanted the

Parents accused of caging autistic son

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ANAHEIM – An 11-year-old autistic boy is in protective custody after police accused his parents of keeping him caged inside the family home.

Police received a call at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday from Orange County Child Protective Services, which had received a report the boy was being kept in a cage at a residence on the 1300 block of South Garrett Street, Anaheim police Lt. Bob Dunn said.

Officers arrived and found a large pet cage along with some bedding and a mattress inside, Dunn said.

Police arrested the boy’s parents, Tracy Trang Lee, 35, and Loi Vu, 40, on suspicion of felony child endangerment and felony false imprisonment.

The boy was rarely seen outside his home, neighbors said Wednesday.

“I never knew the parents had an 11-year-old,”

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