Wednesday, September 30, 2015

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***UPDATE*** 11-year-old Margarita Middle School student reports attempted annoyance



11-year-old Margarita Middle School student reports attempted annoyance 
 Incident occurred while victim was walking home after school
***UPDATED WITH COMPOSITE SKETCH***



Written by Trevor Montgomery


Temecula, Calif.; On Tuesday September 29th, 2015, deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Temecula Police station responded to a report of an unknown suspect who had reportedly harassed an 11-year-old girl as she was walking home from Margarita Middle School in the city of Temecula. Margarita Middle School is located on the 30600 block of Margarita Road north of Rancho California Road.

The incident was reported to have occurred on the afternoon of Monday September 28th, 2015, at approximately 2:50 p.m., as the victim was walking away from the school.

In a press release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Sgt. Jon Wade wrote that as the girl was walking on Margarita Road, she had reportedly walked past an older, gray, truck that was parked along the curb near the school. As the victim walked past the truck, a male occupant who was sitting inside the vehicle asked the girl a question, which the victim ignored as she kept walking. 

The victim reported the driver then may have exited the vehicle and approached her on foot at which time the suspect reportedly attempted to grab the girl. The victim then ran away from the subject, fleeing to an undisclosed location. 

The incident was reported to the Temecula Police Department on September 28. Regarding the incident, Sgt Wade wrote, "Our investigation is active and ongoing. The Riverside County Sheriff's Forensics Unit was called in order to create a composite drawing of the suspect that will be released to the public in an update to this press release."



The victim described the suspect vehicle as:
-An older gray, "boxy" truck.
The suspect was described as:
-A white male adult, approximately 30 years of age, 5'06, 200 lbs., with brown hair, a brown goatee, wearing an LA Dodgers baseball cap with a white bill, blue "sports jersey" shirt and khaki long shorts (past his knees).

Sgt. Wade stated investigators and deputies from the Temecula Police Department were working closely with school administrators from the Margarita Middle School regarding this incident and that their investigation was ongoing.

The Temecula Police Department took this opportunity to remind parents to talk with their children about strangers and to encourage their children to never walk home by themselves and to always walk home with other friends or parents from their school.

Sgt. Wade asked that anyone with information regarding this incident or anyone who might have seen the vehicle or the suspect contact the Temecula Police Department at (951) 696-3000. Callers can refer to incident file number TE152720024.



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Hemet Family Shaken Up After Flames Devours Their Home




Residential Fire on Lake St near Mayberry in Hemet, CA
Images: Miguel Shannon Epicenter News

We have Miguel Shannon On scene who stated that the family were able to get out. They are ok but they will never get that memory of the experience out of their head. "

The stated the fire started from the garage and spread into the house where they were.  We will have more details as they come in.










Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Fatal traffic accident in Temecula leaves 22-year-old pedestrian dead



               
       
                                         

Fatal traffic collision takes life of pedestrian

Victim was last seen lying face-down in the roadway just prior to being struck

All lanes of traffic along Rancho Vista Road closed for 8 hours 
during accident investigation 



Written by Trevor Montgomery


Temecula, Calif.; On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, at approximately 5:05 a.m., the quiet Temecula morning was shattered by reports of a major injury traffic collision, occurring between a vehicle and a pedestrian. According to 911 callers, the accident had just occurred on Rancho Vista Road, east of Ynez Road in the city of Temecula.  

Callers reported that a black Acura sedan had run over a pedestrian who had been seen lying face down in the middle of the roadway just prior to being struck by the vehicle. Deputies from the Temecula Police station and emergency medical personnel rushed to the location of the traffic accident and began arriving within minutes of the first calls being received.

Upon their arrival at the chaotic scene, deputies and medical personnel found an adult female, later identified as 22-year-old Mica Sherman, suffering from major traumatic injuries. Sheriff's deputies immediately closed Rancho Vista Road, between Ynez Road and Mira Loma Drive. The road closure was necessary to ensure the safety of responding deputies, investigators, emergency medical personnel and other first responders. Emergency medical personnel attempted to perform life-saving measures, however Sherman succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident at approximately 5:20 a.m.

Sgt. Dean Spivacke of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department stated the unidentified male driver of the Acura involved in the collision remained at the scene after the accident and was cooperating fully with investigators. Sgt. Spivacke stated the driver of the Acura was cresting a hill as he traveled westbound on Rancho Vista Road approaching Ynez Road when the accident occurred. As the driver crested the hill he did not see Sherman until it was too late, at which time his vehicle ran her over as she lay face-down in the roadway. 

 Photo Credit: Kim Harris/www.myvalleynews.com
According to Sgt. Spivacke, it was unknown why Sherman was lying in the middle of the road. It was also unknown if Sherman had been the victim of a separate, unrelated incident prior to being struck by the Acura or if there were any other extenuating factors related to the her death. When asked why Sherman might have been lying in the roadway, Sgt. Spivacke stated, "We're still piecing those parts together."

Following the accident, all lanes of Rancho Vista Road between Ynez Road and Mira Loma Drive were closed and remained closed for approximately eight hours; while sheriff's investigators and the Temecula Police Department's Major Accident Investigation Team processed the scene of the fatal accident and looked for any evidence or anything that might shed light on what might have led to the accident.

As of around 11 a.m. this morning, members of the Temecula Police Department's accident reconstruction team were still at the location of the accident. Deputies could be seen taking photographs, collecting evidence, taking notes and using specialized 3D surveying equipment, specifically designed for accident reconstruction, to document and diagram the entire scene.

Throughout the morning and well into the afternoon, nearby residents, many from the nearby Vintage View Apartments, could be seen standing by themselves or gathered in small crowds. Most either talked quietly among themselves or talked on cell phones describing the scene of the accident to those they were speaking with. 

 Photo Credit: Kim Harris/www.myvalleynews.com
Some onlookers appeared to be saddened by what happened and many had tears in their eyes, especially upon learning how young the victim had been. The primary focus of conversation and speculation was why Sherman had been lying face-down in the middle of such a busy roadway. Only adding to the speculation was where the victim had been lying, just over the crest of a hill, where a motorist would have little to no time to react. 

Some bystanders did their best to use Sherman's general description to find out if anyone might have known who she was or if she had family who could be notified, while others were seen trying to photograph the accident scene. Most, upon hearing of Sherman's death, her approximate age and the strange circumstances regarding the incident, were left baffled as to what might have led to Sherman's untimely death

Neither alcohol nor drugs were considered to be a contributing factor in the incident on behalf of the driver of the Acura, however as of the time of this report the investigation was still ongoing.

In a press release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Sgt. Chad Loeffler urged anyone with information regarding this accident to contact Deputy Grip at the Temecula Police Department at (951) 696-3000 or they can contact the Riverside County Sheriff's Dispatch Center after hours and on weekends at (951) 776-1099.



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Multiple 911 calls of shots fired bring flood of sheriff's deputies into Valle Vista neighborhood



Multiple 911 calls of shots fired bring flood of sheriff's deputies into Valle Vista neighborhood
Many area citizens voice concerns of frayed nerves and worsening violence


Written by Trevor Montgomery



Valle Vista, Calif.; On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, at approximately 11:25 a.m., deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Hemet station responded to numerous reports of shots being fired in the unincorporated community of Valle Vista, which sits adjacent to Soboba Creek and Indian Creek Road. 

Citizens of the area, whose nerves are still frayed and worn thin from several recent highly publicized violent incidents in the area, including a double homicide and multiple random victims who were shot without any provocation or warning by an armed suspect in Banning; a murder of a caretaker by her brother-in-law in Hemet and another incident in Hemet where two victims were stabbed without warning by an armed suspect, were quick to flood the sheriff's communication Central Dispatch with 911 calls regarding the shots being fired.

Deputies in patrol vehicles immediately began to swarm into the 4400 block of Galicia Drive, near the intersection of Beltham Avenue, from surrounding areas and immediately set about the process of attempting to determine where the reported shots had been fired from and if there were any injured victims who needed medical attention. With assistance from a Riverside County sheriff's helicopter, deputies searched the entire surrounding area for signs of any crime that might have occurred.

Deputy Michael Vasquez of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Media Information Bureau stated that during the investigation, which is still ongoing, deputies interviewed a number of potential witnesses and that no potential victims had been located.  

As of 4:30 p.m., deputies had not yet located the source of the gunfire and they were still completing their investigation. Deputy Vasques also stated that as of the time of this report, some deputies were still on scene, conducting further interviews. No roads were closed as a result of the investigation

When asked about some witness reports regarding the possibility of fireworks being used, Deputy Vasquez could not confirm or deny that report, pending the conclusion of the on-scene deputies investigation.

Deputy Vasquez urged that anyone with any information regarding this incident contact Riverside County Sheriff's dispatch at (951) 776-1099 or the Hemet sheriff's station at (951) 791-3400.



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Idiot Breaks into WW Feed Supply yard attempted to steal gas from rental trucks but...........


Last night some idiots decided to break into WW Feed Supply yard then trying to drill holes into gas tanks of the Penski Rental trucks attempting to steal the gas not thinking what could happen next.
It is reported that the idiot subject got away but however did get burned

Thanks to Chris Tenchka for sharing this pic!

Make your own Fall twig wreath!







Make your own Fall twig wreath!



From Hometalk.com: There is nothing I love more than adding natural elements to my design. There is such a sense of warmth, home, and ease about using these element. One other bonus for me is....its cheap. Practically free! About a week and a half ago, I was out in my yard trimming my trees. I have a great little maple tree that we have been babying for the last 3 years and it is finally growing and looking fantastic. Like most other trees, it had some wild and crazy limbs that needed a little care. So, I was out cutting down some ugly limbs, throwing them aside, headed for the burn pile. I am so excited to see this tree change colors in a few week. I will be posting a pic on my Instagram for sure! Make sure and follow me there!


Now, I struggle. I am kind of a brat. I don't like having what everyone else has. I like to think outside the box. I want something new and original. That being said, I had an old and weathered wreath I used in my home for the last few years. I didn't love it. I needed something more.....me!

So, out it I trudged through my backyard in search of those dead limbs. Imagine me sitting in my driveway. A pile of dead limbs at my feet, pruners in hand. I bet I was a sight for the neighbors. I don't plan very well when I start a project. Like, as in, I am not looking my best. Still in pajamas. Hair a mess. You know what they say about creative people. Messy house. Projects all over.













To see more on this project or others, visit: http://www.twelveonmain.com



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Suspect sends vehicle careening into Lake Elsinore during early morning domestic dispute




Underwater vehicle search and recovery operation needed 
after suspect purposefully sends vehicle careening into Lake Elsinore 


Written by Trevor Montgomery




Lake Elsinore, Calif.; On September 27, 2015, a man was arrested after he purposely sent his girlfriend's rental vehicle careening down a road before it splashed into Lake Elsinore and sunk beneath the water.

A press release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department explained how on Sunday morning at approximately 6:24 a.m., deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Lake Elsinore Police Station were dispatched to the area of East Lakeshore Drive and Townsend Street regarding the report of a vehicle that had been observed leaving the designated roadway before entering the water of Lake Elsinore. The vehicle was last seen sinking under the water.

Responding deputies arrived approximately two minutes later and began searching the area for the vehicle. 
Although a thorough search of the area and of the lake itself was conducted the vehicle could not be located due to the lighting conditions and the depth of the lake in that particular area.

During the course of their investigation, deputies learned about a domestic dispute that had been occurring at a nearby residence, both the night before as well as the morning of the incident. The deputies investigation revealed the incident began the previous evening and ended when the suspect, later identified as Lyle Joseph Howard and described as a 28-year-old transient, took his girlfriend's rental car overnight without her permission.

Upon returning to the residence the next morning, Howard and the victim continued their ongoing dispute. In response to their fighting, Howard got into the rental vehicle he had taken without permission from the previous evening, placed the vehicle into drive and sent the unoccupied vehicle careening down the roadway and into the water of nearby Lake Elsinore. Once in the water, the vehicle immediately sunk below the water, becoming fully submerged.

At 7:15 a.m., when it had become bright enough to safely search the water of Lake Elsinore, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department Underwater Search and Rescue team was contacted. Divers later discovered where the vehicle was later located, unoccupied and submerged under approximately seven feet of water. The vehicle was subsequently recovered from the lake without further incident. 

Based on interviews with all parties involved, Howard was arrested for vehicle theft and vandalism with over $400 in damages, both felonies. Howard was later booked at the Southwest Detention Center and was being held on $5,000 bail. In a press release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Sgt. Ken Chaffin urged anyone with additional information regarding this incident to call Riverside County Sheriff's dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or the Lake Elsinore Police Department at (951) 245-3300. Callers can refer to incident file number L15270018.



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Rollover traffic collision forces closure of Railroad Canyon Road for several hours






Rollover traffic collision forces closure of Railroad Canyon Road for several hours
Driving under the influence of a controlled substance suspected


Written by Trevor Montgomery


Lake Elsinore, Calif., On September 28, 2015, at approximately 2:50 a.m., deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Lake Elsinore station responded to the report of a rollover traffic collision. Several 911 callers had called to report that a single vehicle traffic collision had occurred on Railroad Canyon Road east of Grape Street, within the Lake Elsinore city limits. 

Callers advised the vehicle involved in the collision, which had been travelling westbound on Railroad Canyon Road had left the roadway, striking a light pole. At some point in the crash, the vehicle flipped over coming to rest on it's roof in the eastbound side shoulder, on the opposite side of the street.

Upon arrival, deputies found the vehicle, a Pontiac Grand Prix, lying upside down on its roof on the right side shoulder of the eastbound lanes of Railroad Canyon Road. Because of the scope and nature of the accident and for the safety of the emergency crews that would be required on scene, deputies conducted a complete closure of all lanes of traffic on Railroad Canyon Road between Grape Street and Church Street. Railroad Canyon Road remained closed for several hours while the accident scene was cleaned up and the heavily damaged vehicle was removed from the location.

The driver of the Pontiac Grand Prix, an unidentified male and resident of Temecula, was suffering from minor injuries as a result of the collision. After receiving medical treatment on scene from emergency medical personal, the driver was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital for treatment of his injuries. 

In a press release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Sgt. Jack Casanas wrote, "The investigation revealed the Pontiac Grand Prix was traveling west on Railroad Canyon Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle and struck a light pole. The investigation also revealed the driver was possibly driving under the influence of a controlled substance." Toxicology reports will be needed to determine driver's level of intoxication.

Anyone who witnessed the accident or has additional information regarding this incident is urged to call the Riverside County Sheriff's dispatch at (951) 776-1099 or the Lake Elsinore Police Department at (951) 245-3300. Callers can refer to incident file number L152710006



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Monday, September 28, 2015

San Jacinto resident arrested for domestic battery and making criminal threats




San Jacinto resident arrested for domestic battery and making criminal threats


Written by Trevor Montgomery
For hemeteyenews.com



On September 16, 2015, at approximately 01:46 a.m., deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's San Jacinto police station were dispatched to a residence in the 200 block of Galiceno Drive regarding the report of a domestic disturbance occurring at a private residence.

Upon arrival, responding deputies interviewed all parties involved, at which time they arrested Bradley Erebor, 33-years-old, for domestic battery and for making criminal threats against the victim. Erebor was arrested without incident.

Erebor was later booked into the Southwest Detention Center.

The San Jacinto Police Department has asked that anyone with information related to this incident call the San Jacinto Police department at (951) 654-2702 and refer to incident file number I152590003

In a press release from the San Jacinto Police Department, all citizens are reminded that, "All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court."



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Suspect arrested on multiple felony charges during burglary investigation in San Jacinto




Suspect arrested on multiple felony charges 
during burglary investigation in San Jacinto 


Written by Trevor Montgomery



In a press release by the San Jacinto Police Department released yesterday, it was described that on September 18, 2015, at approximately 05:08 p.m., a deputy from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's San Jacinto police station responded to a residence in the 900 block of Newport Drive regarding a possible burglary in-progress. 

Upon arrival, the deputy located and detained 27-years-old Ryan Carson. During the course of the investigation, Carson was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance and he had no legal or valid reason to have been at the residence where the burglary had been reported. Carson was subsequently arrested for trespassing, being under the under the influence of a controlled substance, providing false information to a peace officer and violation of probation. 

Carson was later booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility without incident.

Anyone who has information related to this incident is encouraged to contact the San Jacinto Police Department at (951) 654-2702 and refer t incident file number I152610082

In their press release, the San Jacinto Police Department reminded it's citizens that, "All arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court.



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Suspect arrested while in possession of stolen vehicle in San Jacinto also had felony warrant for his arrest







Suspect arrested while in possession of stolen vehicle in San Jacinto 
also had felony warrant for his arrest from San Bernardino County


Written by Trevor Montgomery




On September 20, 2015, at approximately 12:27 p.m., a deputy from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's San Jacinto police station was on routine patrol in the city of San Jacinto.

While conducting an area check on 300 block of Cambridge Drive the deputy conducted a records check of white 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The records check revealed the vehicle had been reported as stolen. 

Inside the vehicle, the deputy discovered 20-year-old Aaron Hayes, who was subsequently arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle. Additionally, Hayes already had a felony warrant for his arrest out of San Bernardino County. 

Hayes was later booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility for his warrants.

Anyone with information related to this crime is encouraged to contact the San Jacinto Police Department at (951) 654-2702 and refer to incident file number I
152630050

In their press release for this incident, the San Jacinto Police Department reminded all it's citizens that "arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court."

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San Jacinto man arrested for multiple felony warrants after running from deputy





San Jacinto man arrested for multiple felony warrants after running from deputy


Written by Trevor Mongtomery



On September 22, 2015, at approximately 04:15 p.m., a deputy from the riverside County Sheriff's Department's San Jacinto police station was on routine patrol in the area of Dogwood Avenue and Lily Lane.

While proactively patrolling the community in the 100 block of Lily Lane, the deputy observed an adult male whom he immediately recognized as a person who was a known wanted suspect, later identified as 30-year-old Aloysius Basquez in front of a residence.

When Basquez saw the deputy, he ran into his residence on Lily Lane. Knowing the suspect was a wanted felon and wanting to ensure the safety of the community, the deputy radioed for additional deputies to respond to the location.

While the deputy was waiting for additional units to arrive to the location to assist, Basquez came out of the residence of his own free will and was taken into custody without incident. 

It was then confirmed Basquez had two felony warrants, one for felon in possession of ammunition and the other for violation of Post Release Community Supervision (AB109). 

Basquez was subsequently booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.


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Employee arrested for embezzlement from San Jacinto Walmart





Employee arrested for embezzlement from San Jacinto Walmart


Written by Trevor Montgomery
For hemeteyenews.com

On September 22, 2015, at approximately 11:26 a.m., a deputy from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's San Jacinto station was dispatched to the Walmart, located in the 1800 block of South San
Jacinto Avenue, regarding the report of an employee related embezzlement from that location.

Upon arrival, the deputy determined a crime had been committed by a Walmart employee and subsequently arrested 19-year-old Jasmine Davis for violation of 508 PC, embezzlement.

Per a press release from the San Jacinto Police Department, Davis was later booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.

Anyone with information related to this incident is encouraged to contact the San Jacinto Police Department at (951) 654-2702. Refer to incident file number I152650052.

In their press release for this incident, the San Jacinto Police Department reminded all it's citizens that "arrests are public information and all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court."
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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Deadly horse feed sold in Riverside voluntarily recalled by Western Milling





 


Deadly horse feed sold in Riverside voluntarily recalled by Western Milling after three horses die and numerous horses are sickened.

Western Milling announced today that it has voluntarily recalled 1,100 of it's 50 lb bags of Western Blend horse feed, bearing the LOT 5251.

Bags containing the deadly horse feed was manufactured on September 8, 2015.

Some bags containing the deadly feed could have been sold in Riverside. 





Written by Trevor Montgomery



Riverside, CA; On September 25, 2015, Western Milling announced a specific
 batch of it's Western Blend horse feed, sold in 50 pound sacks across California and Arizona, was the likely cause in the deaths of three horses and for causing dozens of other horses to become sick. The bad feed is also believed to have caused injuries to horses at a riding school and stable near Fresno, according to reports. 

This same batch of deadly feed may have been sold in the Riverside area and as of today a recall has been voluntarily ordered by Western Milling, the company that sells the feed.  

The recall came after the company discovered that an ingredient in the feed in question contained monensin, an ionophore, which is used to help cattle gain weight. Ionophore is toxic to horses and can be deadly. There is currently no known antidote. Western Milling is now recalling its Western Blend feed, bearing lot number 5251.

The specific batch of feed that is the subject of this recall was believed to have been distributed recently through it's distributors throughout the California and Arizona area, including Riverside.

Western Milling officials stated in its recall notice that of the 1,100 bags that contained the hazardous additive, all but 67 bags have already been tracked down and taken back by the company. Any bags with this lot number are urged to be immediately returned to the store where they were purchased for a full refund. The voluntary recall came after Western Milling was contacted regarding several horses that had all died after reportedly ingesting the feed while all were at the same equine facility.

According to the FDA, clinical signs of ionophore poisoning in horses vary depending on the dosage ingested, but can include poor appetite and feed refusal of the grain product, diarrhea, weakness, rapid heart rate, labored breathing, decreased exercise tolerance, depression, wobbly gait, colic, sweating, recumbency, and sudden death.

The first clinical signs are often noted from 12 to 72 hours after ingesting a toxic dose and the clinical signs may linger up to about eight days. Permanent cardiac damage is possible in horses which showed adverse effects, but then recovered.

SOURCE Western Milling LLC


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Did you hear what happened last night in Hemet ?



Written By A Redneck Crazy Guy With The Lazy Eye




It was reported to me that at least 200 people ended up at the Historic Hemet Theatre
around 7:00 Pm last night and you have to read the rest to find out more info.




Hey whats up ladies and gents of Hemet / San Jacinto !

I been working on the video all day of last nights fun time at the Historic Hemet Theatre
with Jerome Robinson and the Satinettes 

Lot of our community members were there and we all had one hell of a blast !

Everyone was getting down and turning around !

A lot of you folks pass this nice historic Hemet Theatre on a daily basis and never know that it is even open ! 

Well I the crazy guy with the lazy eye is here to tell you it is open as it can be !

We are bringing History back to Hemet and we need your help to come fill these seats !

If you was (were not ) how ever ya proper grammar folks out there  wanna say it lol
not here last night you were in the wrong place !

Watch the video below to see what you missed last night !



WHAT IS NEXT AT THE HISTORIC HEMET THEATRE

CLICK ON THE FLIER 
 below to join event page and get your tickets !

BROOKS & DUNN Fans !






Thanks to RKD Internet Soultions with Sizemic Porductions for the new camera
that I am using to shoot our community happenings, good news, community meetings, 
Together we can bring Good News to our community as well !

Just about everyone needs a website. Why pay so much when my friend Dave Keays 
can make it happen faster and cheaper and you get more bang for your less bucks !
Make sure you tell Dave Keays with Rdk Internet Solutions that 
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San Jacinto vehicle pursuit ends with one arrested on numerous felony charges




San Jacinto vehicle pursuit ends with one arrested on numerous felony charges


Written by Trevor Montgomery
For hemeteyenews.com



On September 19, 2015, at approximately 11:26 p.m., a deputy with the San Jacinto Police Department w
as on routine patrol in the area of First Street and Jordan Avenue when he conducted a records check of a vehicle. The sheriff's dispatch center advised the deputy the vehicle had been reported as stolen. 

The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle, however the driver refused to stop and he immediately began to attempt to elude the deputy. The deputy initiated a vehicle pursuit. 

The suspect vehicle drove in a reckless manner in his efforts to elude the pursuing deputy and he eventually drove into a field near Jordan Avenue and Artesia Street where the vehicle became disabled when it drove over a dirt mound. 

The suspect fled from the vehicle into the darkness of the night and a perimeter was set up by assisting deputies. With assistance from a Riverside County Sheriff's Department bloodhound tracking dog, the suspect was eventually tracked down and located hiding in a nearby yard inside the perimeter established by deputies and assisting officers from nearby agencies

A press release on the San Jacinto Police Department's Facebook page released today indicated Christian Alvarez, 19-years-old, was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, felony evading, and violation of probation. Alvarez was subsequently booked into the Southwest Detention Center.



Major traffic collision in Wildomar forces temporary closure of Baxter Road



Major traffic collision in Wildomar forces temporary closure of Baxter Road


Written by Trevor Montgomery



On September 21, 2015, at approximately 8:20 p.m. deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department's Wildomar station responded to a report of a vehicle that had collided with a tree on Baxter Road, west of Interstate 15, in the city of Wildomar. 

Upon arrival, officers located a 2008 Toyota Prius with major front end damage blocking the westbound lanes of Baxter Road. Deputies were forced to close Baxter Road between Central Avenue and Interstate 15 for approximately one hour while they investigated the collision. 

The unidentified driver of the Toyota, a female resident of Lake Elsinore, was found to have sustained minor injuries as a result of the collision, but she was able to exit the vehicle on her own prior to the arrival of deputies. The driver was later transported to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries, which were described as non-life-threatening.

Witnesses at the scene reported the Toyota had been travelling westbound on Baxter Road, when it drifted off the roadway and subsequently smashed into the tree. 

In a press release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Dan Ponder wrote It was suspected the female driver was possibly under the influence of an unknown intoxicant at the time of the collision and toxicology reports would be used to determine the driver's level of intoxication.

Baxter Road was re-opened at approximately 9:30 p.m., and only caused minor delays.

Anyone with additional information is urged to call Riverside County Sheriff's dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or the Wildomar Police Department at (951) 245-3300.


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Banning double homicide suspect captured in Beaumont after shooting spree


 Photo Credit: Inland News





Banning double homicide suspect captured in Beaumont after shooting spree


Two dead and at least three injured


Written by Trevor Montgomery




A MORNING'S PEACE SHATTERED


On Sunday, September 27, 2015, the Banning Police Department identified the suspect in a shooting spree that occurred the previous day, which left the terrified community stunned and wondering why their city had been targeted for the deadly attacks. Two people were killed and three others were injured in the shooting spree.

Police Chief Alex Diaz identified the shooting suspect as James Paul Diaz Jr., a Native American with family in Riverside County. Chief Diaz, who has no relation to the suspect, would not disclose where Diaz Jr. resided or whether he was a member of a local area tribe.

Diaz identified one of the victims as Paul "Joey" Lesh, 66. The name of the other victim was not released, pending notification of the victim's family.

Witness reports from around the area of the shooting spree indicated Diaz Jr. had been seen going door to door in a residential neighborhood while asking residents if they had seen his children. No immediate information was available regarding the status of Diaz Jr.'s children.It was also reported that Diaz Jr. also had tried to gain entrance into a vehicle that had small children inside. Reports indicated Diaz Jr. had damaged the vehicle's door and window in his efforts to get inside, according to police.


Diaz Jr. was later arrested without incident during a traffic stop in the city of Beaumont by Beaumont police officers. 

Booking records indicated Diaz Jr. was booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning on two counts of murder with malice, three counts of using a firearm to commit great bodily injury, one count of attempted murder and one count of assault with a deadly weapon. Diaz Jr. is currently being held without bail, pending his arraignment.


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DETAILS OF THE CRIME




Just after 11:30 a.m. on Saturday morning reports of shots fired began pouring into the Banning Police Department's dispatch center. Reports from callers indicated a car on John Street near Hargrave Street had been shot at and there was a victim located in the vehicle slumped over with a gunshot wound. The driver, identified as Lesh, had been killed at the scene. A second unidentified victim, who was inside the vehicle with Lesh at the time of the shooting sustained unknown injuries.

A short time later, another car was shot at not far from the original shooting, near San Gorgonio Avenue and Nicolet Street. A person inside that vehicle was injured, although they were not struck directly by gunfire. It was believed that victim had been struck by flying glass and they later received medical treatment.

Approximately ten minutes later, a man was attacked while sitting inside his parked vehicle in the parking lot of a business located at 22nd Street and Ramsey street. The suspect, who matched the description of Diaz Jr. pistol whipped the victim through their vehicle's open window, striking him repeatedly in the face with the butt of a gun.

Twenty minutes after that incident occurred, police responded to the report of a traffic collision 
near Lincoln Street and San Gorgonio Avenue, where they located a person with gunshot wounds inside a truck that had smashed into a wall. That person was pronounced dead at the scene. It was believed that shooting incident was also related to Diaz' shooting spree, although forensics would have to later determine if the incidents were actually connected.

Diaz is expected to be arraigned in court on his charges either Monday or Tuesday.


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