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1925 - By letter, Wyatt Earp beseeches his friend William S. Hart to portray him in a movie, to correct the "lies about me." Hart never did. [story]
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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating two outstanding suspects with outstanding no-bail warrants for their arrest.

KIMBERLY ANN GOOSSEN is described as a 43 year old female, approximately 5’ 9” and 125 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. Kimberly Goosen is wanted for possession of a controlled substance, and has a no bail warrant for her arrest issued on July 8, 2014.

ROBERT ORDONA is described as a 41 year old Hispanic male, approximately 5’ 4’ and 155 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.  Robert Ordona is wanted for grand theft, and has a no bail warrant for his arrest issued on September 12, 2013.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of either of these people is encouraged to contact their local law enforcement agency or the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station at 661-255-1121.  Do not attempt to detain or apprehend.  Call 911.

Detectives assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station along with deputies assigned the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Crime Prevention Unit have begun to utilize the power of social media by using Nixle (www.nixle.com) to release, “The SCVSheriff’s Most Wanted.”  Updates may occur several times per year.

Remember, if you see something, say something.  Anyone with information about a crime is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Santa Clarita Valley Station at 661-255-1121.  If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you can call “Crime Stoppers” by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477), texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or using the website www.lacrimestoppers.com.

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  1. Julie Smestad Mason

  2. Cliff Kodama Jeff St.Julien

  3. I went to school with Kim Gossen. Her father is legendary boxing manager trainer Joe Gossen who owns 10 Gossen Gym. I never thought she’d be this way but then again everybody has a dark side I guess.

  4. The best part about this is ….. That there is help out there. scana.todayna.org

  5. Rod Smith Rod Smith says:

    I find this hard to believe. I am very good friends with Kim.

  6. This is sad I love Kim haven’t seen her in a couple years let’s hope she gets help

  7. These have to be wrong I know that guy

  8. These are the most wanted people in the city I live? Winning

  9. These are the most wanted people in the city I live? Winning

  10. These are the most wanted people in the city I live? Winning

  11. These are the most wanted people in the city I live? Winning

  12. Hey Rod Smith is this the same Kim I was going back and forth with on an article about Snyder from the Signal? I think you saw those shenanigans!

  13. Hey Rod Smith is this the same Kim I was going back and forth with on an article about Snyder from the Signal? I think you saw those shenanigans!

  14. Hey Rod Smith is this the same Kim I was going back and forth with on an article about Snyder from the Signal? I think you saw those shenanigans!

  15. Hey Rod Smith is this the same Kim I was going back and forth with on an article about Snyder from the Signal? I think you saw those shenanigans!

  16. Hey Rod Smith is this the same Kim I was going back and forth with on an article about Snyder from the Signal? I think you saw those shenanigans!

  17. Hey Rod Smith is this the same Kim I was going back and forth with on an article about Snyder from the Signal? I think you saw those shenanigans!

  18. Okay let’s ask, why did they let them go in the first place!!

  19. Cliff Kodama Cliff Kodama says:

    @Darren Rogers so sad. and all that trash this gal posted about the boys on the bball team last year…. she posted about character, leadership and how to be an example. Smh… Scv’s most wanted. The boys will take her past advice & postings of how NOT to be on this type of list. Say no to drugs boys – learn from this for sure!

  20. John F Bray there’s Joe’s daughter!

  21. Laura Leyva Laura Leyva says:

    Looks like she’s wearing a wig lmao

    • Gosh, what on earth is wrong with you? If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say ANYTHING at all. Hopefully you’re never in a situation where you would need to wear a wig. That would be awful enough without people making mean comments. This is sad.

    • Gosh, what on earth is wrong with you? If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say ANYTHING at all. Hopefully you’re never in a situation where you would need to wear a wig. That would be awful enough without people making mean comments. This is sad.

  22. Tamar House Tamar House says:

    WHAT?!?! NO WAY!!! She’s my longtime friend… UGH!!!

  23. Rod Smith Rod Smith says:

    Yes it is the one and the same. Wow!

  24. I went to school with her at OLPH. Shocked for sure

  25. Ok, just time to call the Sheriffs Dept to report their where bouts!!! This is why Santa Clarita Valley is going down, people like them are walking freely on our streets.

  26. My police frieNd here in scv says there is a huge heroin problem in the middle and upper class.

  27. Dude looks like 95% of the construction workers in Santa Clarita area.

  28. Sad for her children:( I hope she gets help

  29. Sad for her children:( I hope she gets help

  30. Is she related to the boxing Gossen’s? Knew them from castaic brick.

  31. Even if I saw Kim I would not report her in. I don’t belive in snitching on my friends or people I know.

  32. Jim Oge Jr Jim Oge Jr says:

    I would turn them both in, stand up for your actions. Get help it’s a bad idea not turning them in they could be killed, not just from police breaking into someone’s house or car jack!!
    They are a danger to both you and your family. Friends or not it’s for the better.

  33. Brandon Lee Brandon Lee says:

    I dated him for years…nice guy!

  34. Kelly DC Kelly DC says:

    Lol. Kim Goossen is cra cra. Gross

  35. This is not cool.

    To plaster someone on the web as “most wanted” over a drug possession charge?

    And look how judgmental some of you are too.

    Do you know the situation? Do you know whether she’s guilty? Does it matter?

    So many people out there have substance problems, including doctors, lawyers (more than average) cops, judges, etc. you just don’t hear about them much because when they get caught or go into treatment they get every break the system can give them.

    I don’t know this lady, and I don’t know what happened – but I sure hope some of you judgmental people don’t live near my family

  36. David Hong David Hong says:

    We have almost wanted list now that’s cute

  37. Jason Nelson Jason Nelson says:

    Damn drugs!! They got to own it and move on with there lives

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