Sheriff's Station Captain Relieved of Duty; Performing Arts Education Center Opens

Here's a recap of what happened in Agoura Hills this week.

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Capt. Joseph Stephen Jr. of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station has been relieved of duty with pay during an investigation into claims that he sexually harassed a subordinate.

A 14-year-old boy was arrested Monday night for allegedly starting a brush fire that burned approximately 1.5 acres behind an apartment complex on 5738 Skyview Way.

Five high school students have been recognized for their artistic masterpieces at the regional level of the nationwide Reflections program.

The Agoura Hills City Council approved the engineering and design phase of the Palo Cammado Interchange Project.

The LVUSD Peforming Arts Education Center has opened its doors.

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