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  • Mercury News
    The man allegedly had a pocket knife in his hand and made some sort of threat towards the camera operator,” Huntington Beach Police Department spokeswoman Angie Bennett said.
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  • Raleigh News & Observer
    A 36-year-old man pulled a knife Friday on a television news team covering an anti-lockdown protest in Huntington Beach, California, the Los Angeles Times reported. Christien Francis Petersen of Costa Mesa has been jailed on suspicion of exhibiting a deadly weapon other than a firearm and kidnapping,
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  • Sacramento Bee
    A 36-year-old man pulled a knife Friday on a television news team covering an anti-lockdown protest in Huntington Beach, California, the Los Angeles Times reported. Christien Francis Petersen of Costa Mesa has been jailed on suspicion of exhibiting a deadly weapon other than a firearm and kidnapping,
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  • Orange County Register
    From Michigan and Virginia, lockdown-protest fever spread like the flu to Montana, Arizona and Colorado. And in recent days, it caught on in Southern California cities, too — Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and San Clemente. One member of a newly formed task force studying how to reopen California is sympathetic but warned that a hasty ...
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  • Orange County Register
    More than 87,000 people have now been tested in the county. UC Irvine Medical Center nurses hold vigil calling for more masks, protective equipment Trump says he’ll ‘suspend immigration,’ offers no details Man arrested on suspicion of threatening cameraman after Huntington Beach rally Reopening California: Look to the past, avoid mass ...
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  • KTLA
    An Orange County man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening a KTTV Channel 11 cameraman with a knife hours after a quarantine protest Friday in Huntington Beach. Christien Petersen, 36, of Costa Mesa was taken into custody at 7:49 p.m. Friday for exhibiting a “deadly weapon other than [a] firearm” and for kidnapping, the Huntington ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The White House did not immediately elaborate on Trump’s tweeted announcement. Man arrested on suspicion of threatening cameraman after Huntington Beach rally Reopening California: Look to the past, avoid mass confusion, war survivor says Anti-viral drug can stop coronavirus from reproducing, studies suggest Oil below zero: Gasoline under $2 ...
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  • KTLA
    An Orange County man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening a KTTV Channel 11 cameraman with a knife hours after a quarantine protest Friday in Huntington Beach. Christien Petersen, 36, of Costa Mesa was taken into custody at 7:49 p.m. Friday for exhibiting a “deadly weapon other than [a] firearm” and for kidnapping, the Huntington ...
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  • KTLA
    An Orange County man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening a KTTV Channel 11 cameraman with a knife hours after a quarantine protest Friday in Huntington Beach. Christien Petersen, 36, of Costa Mesa was taken into custody at 7:49 p.m. Friday for exhibiting a “deadly weapon other than [a] firearm” and for kidnapping, the Huntington ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The man allegedly had a pocket knife in his hand and made some sort of threat towards the camera operator,” Huntington Beach Police Department spokeswoman Angie Bennett said.
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  • Yahoo! News
    On Monday, 207 Anaheim residents tested positive for the virus, followed by Santa Ana with 166, Huntington Beach with 138 and Irvine with 118. Anaheim saw 18 new cases reported Saturday, and city officials said they believe part of that increase was related to an outbreak at the Anaheim Healthcare Center skilled nursing facility. A total of 15 ...
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  • Yahoo! News
    An Orange County man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening a KTTV Channel 11 cameraman with a knife hours after a quarantine protest Friday in Huntington Beach. Christien Petersen, 36, of Costa Mesa was taken into custody at 7:49 p.m. Friday for exhibiting a “deadly weapon other than [a] firearm” and for kidnapping, the Huntington ...
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  • KTLA
    An Orange County man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening a KTTV Channel 11 cameraman with a knife hours after a quarantine protest Friday in Huntington Beach. Christien Petersen, 36, of Costa Mesa was taken into custody at 7:49 p.m. Friday for exhibiting a “deadly weapon other than [a] firearm” and for kidnapping, the Huntington ...
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  • KPCC
    Last Friday there was a similar demonstration in Huntington Beach, another beach community frustrated with the widespread shutdowns. Meanwhile, California’s number of confirmed coronavirus cases crested 30,000 over the weekend and Los Angeles County saw its number of deaths go north of 100 in that same time period.
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  • Orange County Register
    Some cities have the luxury of reaping great revenues from a hotel bed tax. Anaheim, Huntington Beach, Laguna Niguel and others see this as a powerful funder of local services. But this leads me to my point — what happens when these revenues slow, drop or stop? When people stop staying at hotels in Anaheim, the city budget suffers.
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