Archive for July, 2013

A Bellflower man was convicted Thursday, July 25, of assaulting another victim following a November 2011 road rage pursuit in Los Alamitos. Robert Allen Barnhart, 54, Bellflower, was found guilty by a jury of two felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon and one misdemeanor count of battery. He faces a maximum sentence of five years and two months in state prison at his sentencing, which has been scheduled for 1:30 p.m., Sept. 27.
According to prosecutors, at approximately 10:50 a.m. on Nov. 5, 2011, Barnhart was driving his Dodge Ram truck on Bloomfield Avenue in Los Alamitos when he was rear-ended by 18-year-old Stanton resident Jesse Ochoa at a red traffic light.
Prosecutors said that Barnhart got out of his vehicle and confronted the victim by yelling and making threats at him.

Join the Los Alamitos Recreation & Community Services Department for our summer 2013 Music & Movies event series held on three Saturday nights during the summer. Join them for free live music, activities, and an outdoor movie.
On July 13, go back to the fifties with the classic “Grease” (PG-13) at Laurel Park (corner of Katella Ave & Bloomfield Ave.). For additional information, please visit www.cityoflosalamitos.org or contact the Los Alamitos Recreation & Community Services Department at 562-430-1073.

Join McTeacher’s Night and support the Boys & Girls Club of Cypress.
The McDonald’s at 10115 Valley View Rd. in Cypress, will host McTeacher’s Night on Wednesday July 17 from 4 p.m. to 7 pm. A portion of sales will be donated to the Boys & Girls Club of Cypress.
Bring your friends and family along and join us Wednesday, July 17 at the Cypress McDonald’s to help support the Boys & Girls Club of Cypress.

Larry Strawther has trucked in 7,000 pounds of sugar beets for the July 13 Sugar Beet Festival in Los Alamitos.
The sugar beets came from Brawley, one of the closest remaining places in southern California where the sweet roots are grown. It was breaking news with several media outlets on hand to document the arrival of the beets. Most of the people in attendance admitted to having never seen a sugar beet in person.