On 05/11/2016 and 05/12/2016, the male suspect seen in the attached video was observed in the girl’s locker room at Moorpark High School. The suspect entered the locker room, removed his clothing, and stood at the rear of the locker room. The juvenile victims noticed the suspect while they were gathering their belongings from their lockers and they immediately left the area. The suspect did not attempt to make any physical contact with the victims. The incident from 05/11/2016, did not get reported until shortly before the incident on 05/12/2016.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic or Middle Eastern Male, approximately 18-25 years of age, with dark colored hair and having a beard. The suspect stands between 5’08 and 6’00 tall and has a medium to heavy build. He was seen leaving Moorpark High School in the above pictured blue or dark green colored 2002 to 2006 Nissan Altima (unknown license plate).

If you have information concerning the identity of the male suspect or location of the Nissan Altima, please contact Sgt. Darin Hendren – (805)797-7137 or Det. Matthew Theobald – (805)947-8220.

Nature of Incident: Indecent Exposure / Child Annoying
Report Number: 16-71052 & 16-71149
Location: Moorpark High School – 4500 N. Tierra Rejada Road, Moorpark, Ca.
Date & Time: 05-11-2016 / 1630 hours & 05-12-2016 / 1507 hours
Unit(s) Responsible: Moorpark Investigations Bureau
(S)uspects, (V)ictims, (P)arty, (D)ecedent City of Residence Age
(S) Unknown Male, 18-25
(V) Juveniles, 14 to 16
Prepared by: Sergeant Darin Hendren
News Release Date: 05-17-2016
Media Follow-Up Contact: Sergeant Darin Hendren
805-532-2716
darin.hendren@ventura.org
Approved by: Captain John Reilly

Ventura County Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 reward for information, which leads to the arrest and criminal complaint against the person(s) responsible for this crime. The caller may remain anonymous. The call is not recorded. Call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477).

 


 
Former POW Capt. Charlie Plumb
Former POW Capt. Charlie Plumb

The Bardsdale Cemetery will hold it Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 30th at 11AM. The Ceremony will start with a fly-over by the 805th Navion Squadron. Featured speaker this year is Captain Charlie Plumb a F-4 Naval Pilot aboard the carrier Kitty Hawk who was shot down on his 75th mission over Viet Nam 5 days before his scheduled return home. Captain Plumb was captured and a Prisoner of War for 5 years and 9 months. He graduated from Annapolis in 1964 and his Military honors include a Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, 2 Purple Hearts and the P.O.W. Medal. You do not want to miss this dynamic speaker who has appeared on Good Morning America, the Anderson Cooper show and more than 4,500 audiences. Bardsdale Cemetery is honored to have Captain Plumb as our speaker thus year. Also in attendance and speaking is Supervisor Kathy Long. The Rev. Bob Hammond will give the Memorial Service and special music will be provided by the Bardsdale Methodist Church Choir.
Also assisting in the ceremony will be VFW Post 9637, Boy Scout Troop 406, Cub Scout Troop 3400 and Bob Thompson. The Boy Scouts will put out the flags on Friday, May27th and they will be picked up by the Bardsdale 4H on Tuesday, May31st. A special thank you to Garcia Mortuary for furnishing the doves to conclude the service and to
the P.E.O. for furnishing cookies. The Board of Trustees of the Cemetery District: Scott Lee, President, Lynda Edmonds, Secretary, Rita Rudkin, Gabriel Asenas and Dick Diaz would like to invite the community to this
special event.

 


 
The FUSB recognized dance advisor Lourdes Juarez and the Fillmore High School dance group Ballet Folklorico at Tuesday’s meeting. Each recipient received a Certificate of Recognition. Those receiving were: Daniel Castillo, Fatima Castillo, Esmeralda Ceballos, Jessica Equihua, Melissa Gonzalez, Montserrat Infante, Isela Munoz, Daniela Orozco, Shaina Ponce and Leslie Ramos. Photo courtesy Bob Crum.
The FUSB recognized dance advisor Lourdes Juarez and the Fillmore High School dance group Ballet Folklorico at Tuesday’s meeting. Each recipient received a Certificate of Recognition. Those receiving were: Daniel Castillo, Fatima Castillo, Esmeralda Ceballos, Jessica Equihua, Melissa Gonzalez, Montserrat Infante, Isela Munoz, Daniela Orozco, Shaina Ponce and Leslie Ramos. Photo courtesy Bob Crum.
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Recognition went to Hannah Wishart for serving as Student Representative for the 2015-2016 school years. The Fillmore Unified Board Members each spoke of what a pleasure it was to have her at the meetings. Wishart will soon be leaving for Wyoming to continue her studies. She is pictured with Board President Virginia de la Piedra. Photo courtesy Bob Crum.
Recognition went to Hannah Wishart for serving as Student Representative for the 2015-2016 school years. The Fillmore Unified Board Members each spoke of what a pleasure it was to have her at the meetings. Wishart will soon be leaving for Wyoming to continue her studies. She is pictured with Board President Virginia de la Piedra. Photo courtesy Bob Crum.

The May 17, 2016 Fillmore Unified School Board meeting began with recognition of dance advisor Lourdes Juarez and the Fillmore High School (FHS) dance group Ballet Folklorico. As Board President Virginia de la Piedra presented each recipient a Certificate of Recognition she commented that her daughter had also participated with the group while attending FHS. Those receiving were: Daniel Castillo, Fatima Castillo, Esmeralda Ceballos, Jessica Equihua, Melissa Gonzalez, Montserrat Infante, Isela Munoz, Daniela Orozco, Shaina Ponce and Leslie Ramos.

The second recognition went to Hannah Wishart for serving as Student Representative for the 2015-2016 school years. The Board Members each spoke of what a pleasure it was to have her at the meetings. Wishart will soon be leaving for Wyoming to continue her studies.

During the Superintendent's Report Dr. Adrian E. Palazuelos informed everyone of some very welcoming news. Palazuelos proudly read a statement, "Graduation, Dropout, and Cohort Outcome Data, I am pleased to report that the Fillmore Unified School District has received confirmation of an increase in graduation rate and a decrease in the dropout rate for the district and Fillmore High School. All data is based on the cohort outcome for the year of graduation and examines all registered students in 12th grade in 2014-2015 over the course of their four years of study. I am extraordinarily proud of our district and school staff for their work in these areas. We have more work to do to capture 100% of graduates and have zero dropouts in our community!"

The FUSD increased graduation rates in 2014-2015 by 8.9% over the previous 2013-2014 school year, while decreasing dropout rates to 5.4% in those same years.

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Piru Cemetery Memorial Services will be held Monday, May 30, 2016 at 9 a.m., at Piru Cemetery, 3580 Center Street, Piru

 


 
Fillmore Fire Chief Keith Gurrola spoke at the May 10th council meeting on behalf of the acceptance of field inventory of properties requiring weed and rubbish abatement, instruction to the Fire Chief to notify those property owners, and adoption of the City Council resolution NO. 16-3530 declaring said properties to be a public nuisance and setting a public hearing for abatement on June 14, 2016. Gurrola acknowledged that weeds and rubbish can cause a nuisance, but more importantly a fire hazard. He brought forth the possible issues of who was on the list, but assured the Council that any misunderstandings would be resolved promptly. The motion to accept the field inventory was carried. Photo by Bob Crum.
Fillmore Fire Chief Keith Gurrola spoke at the May 10th council meeting on behalf of the acceptance of field inventory of properties requiring weed and rubbish abatement, instruction to the Fire Chief to notify those property owners, and adoption of the City Council resolution NO. 16-3530 declaring said properties to be a public nuisance and setting a public hearing for abatement on June 14, 2016. Gurrola acknowledged that weeds and rubbish can cause a nuisance, but more importantly a fire hazard. He brought forth the possible issues of who was on the list, but assured the Council that any misunderstandings would be resolved promptly. The motion to accept the field inventory was carried. Photo by Bob Crum.
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A hit and run vehicle left about a 1,000 Fillmore homes without electricity Saturday, May 14th at 4:15pm. A gray BMW crash into an Edison pole in the 3500 block of Sycamore Road, just outside west Fillmore city limits. By 6:00 pm service had been restored to almost all the homes. One person was injured; a second person fled the scene. CHP described him as a Hispanic male, about 25 years old with short hair, wearing blue jeans and blue shirt.

 
The League of Women Voters hosted a forum for the candidates for Supervisor in District #3 on Thursday, May12 in the Fillmore City council Chambers. The forum was free and open to the public. The candidates discussed relative issues within the District and took questions from the audience through moderator David Maron. Pictured (l-r) are candidates Kelly Long, Jesus Torres, Kevin Kildee, Martin Hernandez, Mike Morgan, Dan Goldberg, and Carla Castillo, with LWV President Patricia Essick. Photo by Bob Crum.
The League of Women Voters hosted a forum for the candidates for Supervisor in District #3 on Thursday, May12 in the Fillmore City council Chambers. The forum was free and open to the public. The candidates discussed relative issues within the District and took questions from the audience through moderator David Maron. Pictured (l-r) are candidates Kelly Long, Jesus Torres, Kevin Kildee, Martin Hernandez, Mike Morgan, Dan Goldberg, and Carla Castillo, with LWV President Patricia Essick. Photo by Bob Crum.
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And the Class of '1991 is "Down" for a 25 year reunion bash

It seems like only yesterday, this Class celebrated their C.I.F. and State Title in Cross Country. They will be reminiscing about that and all those glory days at their 25 year High School Class reunion on June 11th, at the Alumni Dinner. All Alumni are welcomed to come join in the fun at this year Alumni Dinner and Dance. DJ's California Caterer has a knock out menu planed for this years event. Beef Bourguignon, Chicken Provencal, and Three Cheese Macaroni, (with Sharp Cheddar, Swiss, and Parmesan Cheeses) are just three of the Dinner items DJ's has in store for the evening. Also Triple Chocolate Tuxedo Mousse Cake with Raspberry Coulis as one of the desserts planed. The Class of 1991 has a lot to look forward to at this big 25 year reunion, and you just know that they will be hitting that dance floor later in the evening. Get your Alumni friends together, and make plans for an awesome afternoon/Evening on June 11th. The Alumni Association only plans this once a year, so don't miss out. You can purchase your Alumni Dinner Event reservations online at www.fillmorehighalumni.com, or you can always go into Patterson Hardware on Central Ave, and pay for your reservations there. There are lot's of Pre parties planned through out Fillmore that weekend. Come celebrate with your fellow Alumni and dance the night away!!

 
Senior Center President Patti Walker. Photo Courtesy Bob Crum.
Senior Center President Patti Walker. Photo Courtesy Bob Crum.

The public comments were the first order of business in what turned out to be a quick, but effective Fillmore City Council Meeting. Resident Jean McLeod wanted to bring up yet another instance with a tree in the city of Fillmore. She cited two incidents where a tree has fallen and totaled her car while it was parked on Orange Grove Avenue. She has requested numerous documents, but has not received all of the requested documents after a month. She also mentioned that the city was being charged for removing the tree that totaled her car over four years ago, even though that tree does not exist in the present day. Leslie Kinchuch, a part of the Chevron Environmental Management Group, wanted to let the Council know that her company was working on revitalizing land for beneficial reuse. She mentioned the conditional use permit that was just issued for a solar energy project in east Fillmore. Along with the solar energy project, Kinchuch brought up Ventura County Cultural Heritage Board’s request for Chevron’s help with constructing a plaque and monument to be located on Chevron’s property adjacent to the small park along Highway 126. In addition, Kinchuch stated that the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) released the final health consultation report. The report said there is no health risk posed to community members regarding the Pacific Coast Pipeline site in Fillmore.

The entirety of the consent calendar was approved by voice vote.

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What a fun reunion weekend this class has in store. The FHS Class of '66 will gather at Elkins Ranch Golf Course Patio for their 50th Class reunion on Friday evening June 10th from 600pm to 11:30pm. They will have a D.J. playing all the fun music from the '60's Era. Their price is very affordable for this 50th reunion. Further info on the Reunion and questions answered can be found by emailing Kathy "Penrod" McCreary. mskmccreary@yahoo.com. The next evening on June 11th, many Class of '66 members will join the Party of the year in town and attend the 103rd Alumni Dinner/Dance at the Memorial Building. They know that many of their class members have brothers and sisters from other classes especially from the class of '64 on up, so they would like to extend an invite to you all. Be sure to get your payments into the class of '66 reunion committee by emailing mskmccreary@yahoo.com or by calling the alumni office at 805-524-0416. Remember, ALL FHS Alumni are welcomed to attend the Alumni Dinner/Dance on June 11th. The Alumni Dinner event can be purchased online at www.fillmorehighalumni.com or by paying for your reservation at Patterson Hardware Store. Open 7 days a week. Class of '66 Rocks!