Ventura police are investigating the death of a man in a hit and run traffic collision early Monday morning.
They say that around 3 AM, officers responded to a report of a traffic collision at the intersection of Blackburn Road and Tracy Place in east Ventura.
When they arrived on scene they found an adult male down in the roadway.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
His name has not been released yet.
The vehicle involved had left the scene but had reportedly left some evidence behind.
Blackburn between Wells Road and Saticoy Avenue was closed for several hours for accident investigation.
Anyone with information is being asked to call VPD at (805) 339-4323.
The Oxnard Police Department Major Crimes Unit was investigating the fatal stabbing of a man Sunday night.
They say around 7:45 PM officers were called to a report of a stabbing in the area of Gonzales Road and Lantana Street.
When they arrived they found the victim suffering from severe stab wounds.
He was rushed to VCMC where he died.
It was Oxnard's 4th homicide of 2016.
No word on suspects or a motive for the killing.
Ventura County Sheriff's Deputies and their Major Crimes and Gang Units are at the scene of a stabbing in El Rio.
Shortly before 7 PM Sunday deputies responded to a report of a fight in the 4800 block of Perry Way.
When they arrived they found an adult male suffering from what they described as a significant but not life threatening stab wound.
He was rushed to VCMC, his condition is unknown.
Meanwhile, deputies are looking for suspects and trying to sort out exactly what led to the stabbing.
Ventura police arrested a man who they say battered security guards and resisted officers.
They say that shortly before 6 PM Sunday officers responded to a report of man who was intoxicated and had been harrassing people in the Pacific View Mall parking structure and was now getting violent with mall security personnel.
Police were told the man had spit at the security personnel and had battered them.
Officers arrived and started talking to the man for several minutes in an attempt to calm him down.
Police say when the officers tried to take the man into custody he violently resisted arrest and they had to deploy their K-9 to help get him under control.
They say that 54-year-old Mark Eichuold, who they describe as a vagrant, was taken to VCMC to be checked out and then booked into the Ventura County Jail.
The following are Memorial Day ceremonies in Ventura County on Monday May 30th...
Ventura...Ivy Law Memorial Park at 10 AM, 5400 Valentine Road, and, at Cemetery Park at 1 PM at 1347 Main Street.
Camarillo...Conejo Mountain Memorial Park at 11 AM at 2052 Howard Road
Ojai...Libbey Bowl at 11:30 AM
Santa Paula...Pierce Brothers Santa Paula Cemetery at 10:30 AM, 380 Cemetery Road.
Fillmore...Bardsdale Cemetery at 11 AM, 1698 S. Sespe Street.
Piru...Piru Cemetery at 9 AM, 3580 E. Center Street.
Moorpark...Veteran's Memorial at 10 AM, Spring Road and Flinn Avenue.
Simi Valley...Pioneer Cemetery at 10 AM, 1461 Thompson Lane.
(Photo courtesy VCSD Copter 7)
UPDATED AT 5 PM---Two people are dead following the fiery crash of a light plane in a canyon northeast of Ventura Saturday afternoon.
Ventura County Sheriff's Sergeant Kevin Donoghue told KVTA News from the scene that they received a report around 3:17 PM of a plane down in an orchard in the 1600 block of Aliso Canyon Road.
He says when emergency personnel arrived on scene they found the plane engulfed in flames and two adults on board were declared dead at the scene.
Donoghue says witnesses told them that the plane sounded like it was having engine problems and it became entangled in power lines in the area and then crashed to the ground and burst into flames.
FAA spokesman Ian Gregor told KVTA News in an email that the plane is a single engine Varieze.
The Varieze is a single engine rear propelled homebuilt experimental aircraft.
No information yet on those who were killed.
The NTSB will investigate.
Updated--Ten people were injured in a crash on Highway 118 and Balcom Canyon Road in Somis, west of Moorpark.
The crash involved three vehicles.
Ventura County Fire is reporting ten people injured with three taken to Los Robles Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, two taken to Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo and three taken to Saint John's Medical Center in Oxnard.
Three others were treated and refused transport.
The roadway was shut down as emergency crews handled the crash.
(Photo courtesy Ventura City Fire Department)
One person suffered major injuries in an early morning solo vehicle crash in Ventura.
It happened around 4:20 AM Saturday on the northbound 101 at E. Main Street.
The CHP says it involved only one vehicle, a small Honda SUV, that left the roadway at a high rate of speed and crashed into a eucalyptus tree.
The driver, the only occupant of the vehicle, was trapped in the mangled vehicle and it took Ventura City firefighters a half hour to free the victim using rescue tools to cut and pry away the wreckage.
While the rescue operation was underway, other firefighters cleared debris and made sure any leaking fluid from the vehicle did not ignite.
The victim was taken to VCMC with what the CHP says were major injuries.
UPDATED--The CHP is looking for the suspects in a high speed pursuit Saturday morning that started near east Ventura and ended when they lost sight of them on the 101 in Oxnard.
The pursuit began shortly before 10 AM when the CHP tried to pull over a black Jeep Cherokee with two males inside for reckless driving on the 118 in Saticoy.
The vehicle failed to yield and there was a pursuit that reach speeds of more than 100 mph eastbound on the 118 to Vineyard Avenue and then southbound on Vineyard into Oxnard.
The suspect vehicle ran a right light at Vineyard and Ventura Boulevard and then got on the southbound 101 Freeway.
A short time later the CHP reported the vehicle going the wrong way on the freeway and they lost sight of them.
They received reports that the vehicle was seen around Rose Avenue using the center divider to go northbound on the southbound side.
(Photos by Alex Wilson, KVTA News)
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to an enthusiastic crowd of several thousand people at Ventura College Thursday afternoon.
The speech began shortly before 1:30 PM and was wrapped up around 2:15 PM.
Sanders touched on his familiar themes of income inequality, global warming, women's rights and ending the war on drugs.
The crows that packed a good portion of the athletic fields on the west side of the college began gathering Thursday morning and grew as the time for Sanders arrival drew near.
Security was tight with both Ventura and campus police and the Secret Service involved.
Everyone who entered the athletic field was searched and a metal detector was used.
During the speech police spotted a drone flying overhead and were trying to track down who was operating it.
A handful of people in the crowd needed attention from EMS personnel for a variety of medical issues
Updated--A Simi Valley boy is dead after being struck by a vehicle Thursday afternoon.
Nine-year-old Angel Zevallos, a 4th Grader at Madera Elementary School, was walking on the sidewalk on Royal Avenue west of Sinaloa Road around 2:20 PM when it happened.
Police say he was involved in "a bit of horseplay along the sidewalk involving a game of pushing" when he fell into the roadway and was struck by a vehicle.
Police say the driver of the vehicle was traveling at a slow speed and did everything possible to avoid hitting the child but was unable to based on the way the event unfolded.
Emergency medical personnel rushed to the scene and the boy was taken to Los Robles Medical Center in Thousand Oaks with major head injuries where he died late Thursday afternoon after being taken off life support.
The Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office tells KVTA News that Zevallos died from blunt force injuries and his death was ruled an accident.
Police had Royal shut down in that area for some four hours investigating what happened.
Oxnard police are investigating a shooting and stabbing that happened late Wednesday night that looks gang related.
Just before 11 PM officers were called to the 5300 block of Cypress Road to a report of a stabbing.
They found a 19-year-old male Oxnard resident suffering from a stab wound and he was taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.
While they were investigating that incident they were told that a 23-year-old male from Oxnard had showed up at VCMC suffering from a gunshot wound.
He was listed in stable condition with a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
Police believe the victims injuries are related to a gang fight but both victims were being uncooperative with investigators.
Deputies say a public tip has lead to he arrest of a suspect in Monday afternoon's attempted robbery at the Bank of America branch at 1155 Lindero Canyon Road in the Conejo Valley.
It that robbery, a white male wearing a fedora hat and sporting a large mustache and goatee walked into the bank around 1:30 PM Monday and handed the teller a demand note.
The teller though refused to comply and the suspect turned around a fled the bank.
Deputies released a bank security photo of the suspect on Tuesday and within a short period of time they received a tips from the public identifying the suspect as 46-year-old Jeffrey James Jones, a former Camarillo resident turned transient.
Jones was tracked down in Thousand Oaks and taken into custody Wednesday.
Deputies also say they recovered evidence related to the crime.
Jones was booked into the Ventura County Jail with bail set at $50,000.