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@CBSLA: Hackers have threatened to release stolen data from the Los Angeles Unified School District if the public school system does not pay a ransom by Monday. https://t.co/FIxK8ri8Cj
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@LASDJordan: #Newsom seems to have Presidential ambitions. His accomplishments include; can’t keep the lights on, can’t keep the water flowing, can’t house the #homeless, can’t keep crime down, didn’t lower gas prices but he did empty the State Prisons! He’s ready. @tntradiolive #California https://t.co/CA9Ax5heTQ
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@ceceswoods: BREAKING: Adam Loew, husband of @metrolosangeles #whistleblower at a press conference detailing corruption and nvokving LACounty officials including @SheilaKuehl and members of @LACountyBOS but more importantly Phillip Washington @POTUS #JoeBiden nominee for head of the FAA. https://t.co/hRG87yLwAF
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Today is the 13 yr anniversary of #MitriceRichardson disappearance. In an effort to find justice for Mitrice, @drrondahampton released a data dump of information to the public, some never seen before, including photos, depositions and more. Links here: https://t.co/HsocMgjsjp
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@drrondahampton: Mitrice Richardson was released from the Lost Hills station 13 years ago, September 17, 2009 at 12:28am. Beginning at 12:28am tomorrow, I will be releasing information regarding her case in the hopes that fresh eyes may be able to assist in solving this case. #justiceformitrice https://t.co/0yM4YAay7A
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Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Beach Team to Start Patrols Early in Anticipation of Record Crowds – Welcome News After Recent Arrest
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Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Beach Team to Start Patrols Early in Anticipation of Record Crowds – Welcome News After Recent Arrest

Malibu residents and beach goers can breathe a little sigh of relief knowing the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Beach Team patrol will start ahead of schedule this year after the harrowing experience a community member reported last weekend to the Lost Hills Station.

Resident Danette Eilenberg noticed a suspicious man in a trench coast and dark sunglasses walking toward her Sunday at a crowded Zuma Beach. Eilenberg sensing some type of potential danger, immediately called the Lost Hills Station. Deputies responding to the scene found the suspect Kyle Kiddy, 34, of Riverside, armed with a modified rifle with a scope and 3 .22 caliber pistols on his person. Upon searching Kiddy’s van, deputies discovered two more shotguns and ammunition. A source close to the case described Kiddy “attack ready”.

The City of Malibu, under contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, approved the additional funding recently for more patrols in anticipation of the growing crowds visiting Malibu area beaches this summer. The Lost Hills Station Beach Team Patrol has been in service during summer months locally for decades and this year, with the uptick in crime county wide,  will be a welcome sight – especially as Malibu residents recover from the shock of this recent arrest.

Beach Team Patrols start May 1st on weekends until July 1st, when patrols will increase to seven days a week until Labor Day weekend.

April 16, 2021

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Editor in Chief, Cece Woods

Malibu Daily News Editor in Chief Cece Woods started The Local Malibu, an activism based platform in 2014. The publication was instrumental in the success of two ballot measures, and seating three Malibu City Councilmen in 2016, and the top two vote-getters again in 2020.

During the summer of 2018, Woods exposed the law enforcement cover-up in the Malibu Creek State Park Shootings, and a few short months later provided the most comprehensive local news coverage during the Woolsey Fire attracting over 1 million hits across her social media platforms.