Saturday, March 28, 2015

Mongol Pistol whips Bouncer at Shooters in Hemet



Hemet Police and Medics were called out to Shooters in Hemet to a call that a few Mongols came in to Shooters and the Bouncer asked one of the Mongols to remove his colors by turning his shirt inside out that was white and with black letters saying Mongol Supporter .

The biker refused and a verbal confrontation started then the biker left and then returned later and pistol whipped the bouncer and then left. 

Hemet Police stated that the Biker is Hispanic 5'7 . 230 lbs and is wearing his colors. 

Police are on scene and officers are patrolling looking for the biker. 
Police is unable to watch the video on security cameras due to no one there knows how to operate it

Conditions of the bouncer is unknown at this time 

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Friday, March 27, 2015

BREAKING NEWS Report of explosion at Ethan A. Chase Middle School,2 injuriesconfirmed

Ethan Chase Middle School | Photo: PJHM Architects 


UPDATE  
According to one witness two children have been transported to an area hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
“The children were complaining of ear pain,” the unidentified witness said adding, that school administrators took away the student’s cell phones to prevent anything from being posted on social media. 









Reports just came in to us that Ethan A. Chase Middle School in Menifee is on lockdown due to an unexplained explosion at the school.
There is reports that 18 people were injured BUT HAS NOT BEEN CONFIRMED and has not been confirmed if it were students or adult injured or even what caused the explosion at this time.

As we find out more details we will post updates. 


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San Jacinto Police welcomes their new K-9 "Kyra"

On Wednesday, January 21, 2015, San Jacinto Police K-9 Sultan was killed in the line of duty while he and his handler, Deputy Mark Wallace, were searching for a wanted felon.  Since the loss of Sultan, the city of San Jacinto has received an overwhelming outpouring of condolences and support from the public. 

st International Kennels, generously donated a police service dog to the San Jacinto Police Department.  

The city of San Jacinto kindly accepted the donation and welcome the new member of their police department. The city of San Jacinto is proud to announce that Deputy Wallace has begun the basic K-9 handler’s academy with his new partner, “Kyra”. 

Kyra is a 23-month-old Dutch Shepherd from the Netherlands. Kyra was generously donated to the San Jacinto Police Department by Dave and Pip Reaver, owners of Adlerhorst International Kennels, following the line of duty death of K9 Sultan in January 2015.





Who has been Bad In San Jacinto ? Here are the Arrest Reports with Mug Shots






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On 03/24/15, at approximately 03:07 p.m., a Sergeant with the San Jacinto Police Department contacted Ronald Gehnert (42 yrs) at an address in the 100 block of North San Jacinto Avenue. Gehnert was arrested for a no bail 3056 PC, parole violation, warrant and was booked at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.

File # I150830061

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*

 


On 03/23/15, at approximately 05:41 p.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department responded to a theft at Walmart, located in the 1800 block of South San Jacinto Avenue. Daniel Rico (50 yrs) was arrested and booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility for 459.5 PC, shoplifting with intent.

File # I150820081

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*











On 03/23/15, at approximately 12:15 a.m., a Sergeant with the San Jacinto Police Department received information from the San Jacinto Crime Analyst that a subject, Juan Peguero (32 yrs), who had a no bail parolee at large felony warrant, was driving in a vehicle on Seventh Street. A felony stop was conducted in the parking lot of a business at Seventh Street and San Jacinto Avenue. Peguero was taken into custody and booked at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.

File # I150820034

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*




On 3/22/15, at approximately 11:22 a.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department contacted Jesse Lewis at an address in the 100 block of North Jordan Avenue. Lewis was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant for 11377(a) PC, possession of controlled substance. Lewis was booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.

File # I150810026

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*

















On 03/22/15, at approximately 12:48 a.m., officers from the San Jacinto Police Department conducted a check of a vacant residence on South Grand Avenue cross of Seventh Street. Contact was made with a Hispanic male adult, identified as Eduardo Cardenas (46 yrs). Cardenas refused to exit the property and appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Cardenas fled from officers but was caught in a field behind the property. After a brief struggle with Cardenas he was taken into custody. Found in Cardenas' possession was a small glass bottle containing liquid methamphetamine. Cardenas was arrested for 69 PC, resisting arrest with force, 12022.1(a) PC, committing an offense while out on bail, 11377(a) HS, possession of a controlled substance, and 11550(a) HS, under the influence of a controlled substance. Cardenas was booked at the Southwest Detention Center. 

File # I150810004

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*






On 03/19/15, at approximately 04:40 p.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department was flagged down regarding a theft at Walmart, located in the 1800 block of S. San Jacinto Avenue. The female suspect Eliesha Brown (23 yrs) assaulted Walmart Loss Prevention when they confronted her then tried to flee as a passenger in a silver sedan. Brown was arrested for 211 PC, robbery, and booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.

File # I150780063

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*







Grand theft / Possession of stolen property

On 03/19/15, at approximately 03:59 p.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department was dispatched to Mesa View Street and Esplanade Avenue in the city of Hemet reference located stolen property from San Jacinto.  The victim had located aluminum pipes that were stolen from his brother's property, in San Jacinto, tied to a vehicle.  The officer located the vehicle and spoke to the driver, David Abram (45 yrs).  Abram was arrested and booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility for 487 PC, grand theft, and 496(a) PC, possession of stolen property.

File # I150780058

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*












On March 17, 2015, at 2:40 PM, deputies from the San Jacinto Police Department responded to an address in the 1500 block of South San Jacinto Avenue, reference a commercial burglary that had occurred. Deputies attempted to contact the suspect, who was later identified as 24 year-old San Jacinto resident Christopher Angelo Navas; however, Navas fled from them on foot. Deputies gave chase through several city blocks; all the while Navas continued to refuse commands to stop. A Riverside County Sheriff’s Department helicopter and K-9 unit were requested to assist in the attempt to apprehend Navas.

Deputies were eventually able to locate Navas who was hiding in a storage shed of a business in the 700 block of South San Jacinto Avenue. After numerous commands were given, Navas eventually came out of the storage shed. Once outside, Navas refused to comply with deputies orders to lay on the ground and began to fight with the deputies. The K-9 on scene was deployed and bit Navas; subsequently causing Navas to comply with the commands of deputies who then took him into custody.

Navas was treated at a local hospital and booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility. Navas is a registered sex offender and is on high control parole for assault with intent to commit rape. An active no bail arrest warrant had been issued for Navas because he had failed to report to his parole officer. Navas was charged with felony commercial burglary, felony resisting of a peace officer by force, misdemeanor resisting a peace officer, and a parole violation.

File # I150760052

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*










On 03/15/15, at approximately 04:47 p.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department responded to an address in the 1100 block of Sandy Nook reference a domestic disturbance.  Leland Razon (37 yrs) was arrested for 273.5(a) PC, domestic battery, and an outstanding warrant for 11377(a) HS, possession of a controlled substance.  Razon was booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.

File # I150650101

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*

 


On 03/09/15, at approximately 07:07 p.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department contacted a pedestrian in the 100 block of East Shaver Street. Perla Najera (39 yrs) was in possession of a dagger. She was arrested and booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility for 21310 PC, possession of a dirk or dagger.

File # I150680094

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*










On 03/08/15, at approximately 12:06 p.m., an officer with the San Jacinto Police Department responded to an address in the 200 block of Maple Court reference a domestic disturbance. Epitacio Govea (37 yrs) was arrested for 243(e)(1) PC, domestic battery.  Govea was booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility

File # I150670001

*All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.*



Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Hemet News - Nuevo 4 Car Fiery Crash takes lives of 1 person On Romona Expressway

This Eve around 1:00 Pm a accident on Romona Expressway in Nuevo involving 4 vehicles that took one life and injuring at least 5 in this Fiery crash. 
When Rescue workers arrived on scene they noticed they had found people trapped inside the vehicle that was engulfed in flames.

This Accident is still under investigation and we have  Hemet News Remorter , Miguel Shannon on Scene. 

These photos were taken by:Winter Paige Galey




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Monday, March 16, 2015

Graphical Video- What our police goes thru putting their life on the line for us




This is one graphical video of a San Diego police officer putting his life on the line 
who was shot on the line of duty. We feel lot of viewers need to see this video to
see what our police officers risk every day all over the country serving our communities.
What Thanks do they get but called names and bashed by community members
Maybe after seeing this video a lot of peoples vision on our police officers will change.
Please take a moment and pray for our police and thank them for what they do and go thru
to serve our community.




3 vehicle traffic crash on Sanderson takes one life in San Jacinto


3 vehicle traffic crash on Sanderson between Cottonwood and Ramona in San Jacinto
2 vehicles were traveling north and the other was heading South .
The North bound vehicles crashed against each other forcing one of the vehicles to hit the oncoming 
vehicle head on. causing one fatality Stated by Police.
Coroner is on scene now.
Reported by Hemet News Reporter
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Miguel Shannon
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