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All-Star Game DO NOTs
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

As the All-Star Game neared, Anaheim was getting ready for the crowds of people coming to enjoy the great American pastime. Law enforcement worked to maintain these five days of baseball family friendly. Security was a concern with the roughly 100,000 people expected to arrive in Anaheim. When attending the events at the stadium the…

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Dodger Tailgating
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Baseball season has commenced and for Dodger fans it was a harsh opening day. In an effort to curtail violence and more minor disturbances the LAPD made their presence known during tailgating. Officials took a stricter approach after last year’s opening when someone was stabbed and several fights broke out. Capt Bill Murphy of the…

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Orange County High School Baseball Team Theft
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Last Wednesday night, on March 10, 2010, $10,000-$12,000 worth of gear was stolen from locked outdoor storage sheds at Bolsa Grande High School in Garden Grove, Orange County. The young players were shocked to find their mitts, bats, helmets, cleats, catching gear and pitching machine all gone. 80% of these items belonged to the players…

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Angels’ Baseball Fan Likes His Game With a Side of Trespass, Please!
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

As Angels’ fans basked in a 4-run lead against the Yankees in the American League play-offs on Thursday night, October 23rd, there was a little more action off the field. Hoping to see Angels’ left fielder Juan Rivera do some good during his at-bat an exuberant fan was seen walking around the rock fountain area…

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