Hannah Fry

Writer

Hannah Fry is the public safety reporter for the Daily Pilot. Before joining the Pilot in August 2013, she had two stints covering Costa Mesa as an intern for the Orange County Register and writing about the restaurant industry for the Fast Food Maven blog. While attending Chapman University, she was the editor-in-chief of the college newspaper, the Panther. (714) 966-4632

Recent Articles

  • Former Daily Pilot and L.A. Times advertising executive killed in shooting

    Former Daily Pilot and L.A. Times advertising executive killed in shooting

    Lisa Cosenza, a longtime former Daily Pilot and Los Angeles Times advertising executive, died in a shooting Thursday in Aliso Viejo, Orange County Sheriff’s officials said Friday. She was 51. Cosenza’s longtime boyfriend, Doug Ferguson, 59, also was fatally wounded. Orange County sheriff’s deputies...

  • Military jets pass through for Edwards Air Force Base event

    If you heard the roar of military jets flying over the area Friday afternoon, it was simply part of a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the world’s first supersonic flight. To mark the occasion, Edwards Air Force Base in Kern County launched two formation flights that were scheduled to pass...

  • Huntington Beach man pleads not guilty to molesting girl during burglary

    Huntington Beach man pleads not guilty to molesting girl during burglary

    A 27-year-old man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he molested a girl after breaking into her family’s Huntington Beach home last month, according to Orange County Superior Court records. Miguel Angel Pastrana of Huntington Beach is facing one count each of burglary and child molesting,...

  • Laguna Beach jewelry thief sentenced to 32 months in prison

    Laguna Beach jewelry thief sentenced to 32 months in prison

    An Oceanside man who this month pleaded guilty to seven felonies after Laguna Beach detectives said they found $500,000 worth of stolen jewelry in his home was sentenced Wednesday to 32 months in state prison. Edward Torrison, 30, pleaded guilty Oct. 6 to four counts of second-degree burglary,...

  • Animals evacuated from O.C. wildfire find a temporary home at the fairgrounds

    Animals evacuated from O.C. wildfire find a temporary home at the fairgrounds

    As flames crept closer to their Orange Park Acres neighborhood, tortoises Hermione, Harry and Voldemort needed a way out. Their owners, Charity and Max Pepys, said thick smoke was filling the air outside their home when they got word to evacuate. The blaze, dubbed the Canyon fire 2, broke out around...

  • 3 men suspected of spray-painting homes and other property on Balboa Peninsula

    3 men suspected of spray-painting homes and other property on Balboa Peninsula

    Three men were arrested early Sunday in Newport Beach on suspicion of spray-painting graffiti on several buildings along a stretch of the Balboa Peninsula, police said. Newport Beach police officers who were investigating another incident near the boardwalk were flagged down at about 2:10 a.m....

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