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Mark your calendar for Bike-X22, a fun, exciting event featuring a performance by the incredible Perfection on Wheels stunt team and more on May 20 in The Village Center next to the North Paseo.  

Hosted by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, City and Newhart Middle School, the fun takes place from 3:30 to 6 pm in the parking lot at 25282 Marguerite Parkway. 

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Mark your calendar for Bike-X22, a fun, exciting event featuring a performance by the incredible Perfection on Wheels stunt team and more on May 20 in The Village Center next to the North Paseo.  

Hosted by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, City and Newhart Middle School, the fun takes place from 3:30 to 6 pm in the parking lot at 25282 Marguerite Parkway. 

You can dispose of your unwanted, used or expired prescription medications during the drive-through National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 30 at Mission Viejo City Hall.  

The event is from 10 am to 2 pm at 200 Civic Center.

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Mission Viejo Police Services and Fairhaven Memorial Services are hosting a free seminar regarding identify theft, fraud, and other scams targeting seniors on Thursday, April 14.

An investigator from the Orange County Sheriff's Department’s Economic Crimes Detail will lead the presentation, which begins at 2pm at 27856 Center Drive.

Does your neighborhood have Neighborhood Watch?

This community-based program is designed to educate you and your neighbors on effective crime prevention techniques for your home and neighborhood. Through the program, Mission Viejo Police Services and the community work together to enhance neighborhood security and heighten awareness. 

The benefits of this program are numerous. It helps you to:  

Deputy Cuzynski was named Deputy of the Year during the Mission Viejo Elks Lodge #2444 Annual Law Enforcement and Firefighters Appreciation Luncheon on Sunday.

Deputy Cuzynski has been with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department for more than a decade and has served the City of Mission Viejo for the past five years.

In an effort to help educate local businesses about crime prevention, Mission Viejo Police Services is encouraging business owners and employees to sign-up for the Business Watch Program.

Deputy Spencer Crisp, a veteran Sheriff’s Department patrol deputy, has been named Mission Viejo Police Services’ 2021 Employee of the Year. 

This devoted deputy is respected by his peers and supervisors alike, who selected him for the award.