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12, 2016 Updated 5:15 p.m. 1 of 7 Melissa Miller, Los Al Unified director of Safety and Student Services, left to right, Carrie Logue, LAEF executive director, and German Guevara with Boeing, help unload the school supplies donated by the company. LOS ALAMITOS EDUCATION FOUNDATION 1 of 7 Children’s Hospital of Orange County has named Ryan Hansen as its new director of its heart institute. 1 of 7 Allen Boerner, president and chief executive of Granite Investment Group has joined the board of directors at the Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council. 1 of 7 Bob Olson, the founder of R.D. Olson Development has joined the board of the Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council COURTESY OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICAN, ORANGE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 of 7 Hayes Drumwright, CEO of Irvine-based POPin, has published his first book with Apress, Management vs. Employees: How Leaders Can Bridge the Power Gaps That Hurt Corporate Performance. 1 of 7 Rob Friedman, chairman and co-founder of Auction.com, has joined the board of directors with the Boy Scouts of America Orange County Council 1 of 7 Jeffrey Bucher has joined Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group as managing director and head of Transaction Banking Sales for the regional bank. Bucher, based in the bank’s Irvine office, is responsible for developing the transaction banking business, which covers retail banking, wealth markets, business banking, commercial banking, real estate industries, and more. WALLIS PHOTO LLC , WALLIS PHOTO LLC
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21 who claimed her son had seen clowns in the woods, whispering and making noises, and when she went over to check, she saw several clowns flashing green laser lights in the woods before they ran off. Another resident told the deputy that she’d been walking home to her apartment hours before, at 2:30 a.m., and saw a “large-figured clown with a blinking nose, standing under a post light near the garbage dumpster area,” according to the incident report. According to the report, several children also told the deputy that clowns had approached them behind one of the apartment buildings and tried to lure them into the woods “by displaying large amounts of money.” “There has been a couple of people that have seen them,” Master Deputy Drew Pinciaro of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office told PEOPLE in an earlier interview. “Mainly it has been children who have reported they have seen these clowns in the woods. interviewEvery time we have gone out there we have not seen any clowns.” The children said the clowns lived in a house near a pond at the end of a hiking trail, according to the report. The deputy found the house, but “there were no signs of suspicious activity or characters dressed in clown attire,” according to the report. Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller said last week that “the clowning around needs to stop.” “It’s illegal, it’s dangerous, it’s inappropriate, it’s creating community concern,” he said. Miller said the reported clown sightings have included various descriptions, with differences in both race and costume, and that at that point police had found no evidence supporting the sightings. Days later, on Sept. 4, residents in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, reportedly saw a clown attempting to entice kids into the woods with treats, the Associated Press reports.
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