Thursday, December 31, 2015

HOVERBOARD WARNING - Stories compiled of Hoverboard exploding and their Hoverboard catches on fire reported all over United States





















LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Dec. 31, 2015) -- In an incident that was caught on video, Los Angeles firefighters extinguished the flames from a burning hoverboard in the Koreatown neighborhood on Wednesday.
Firefighters from Station 13 were returning from a medical call when they were diverted to the flaming hoverboard in the 900 block of South Vermont Avenue about 11:20 a.m., according to Margaret Stewart with the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The hoverboard, she said, was “fully involved.”
Firefighters called it “pretty impressive,” Stewart said.
Video of the incident sent to KTLA showed the smoking hoverboard stopped on a sidewalk.
“Well, it happened. My board just caught on fire today,” says board owner Delvon Simmons in the video. “My board just burned up.”
Simmons told KTLA he was riding his hoverboard in the sidewalk, following a police officer who was pulling someone over. When he passed the officer, the board "exploded," he said.
In the video, a police officer stopped on his motorcycle says he'll “call someone to put it out.” The officer called LAFD, Simmons said.
About 30 seconds after Simmons' video begins, a sizzling noise comes from the board, which begins to flame up.
“There it goes,” Simmons says. “Six hundred dollars down the drain.”
Sirens are soon heard in the background.
“People, if you’ve got one these in your house, I suggest you get it out,” Simmons says. “Otherwise your house is going to burn down.”
Then a firefighter picks the flaming board up and another firefighter sprays it with a hose.
The flames were extinguished and no one was injured, Stewart said.
Considered a top Christmas present this year, hoverboards have been in the spotlight after multiple incidents of the toys catching fire.
KTLA's Scott Williams and Feven Kiflegiorgis contributed to this article.






ANOTHER STORY



‘Hoverboard’ bursts into flames inside Westchester home: fire officials

The Chappaqua Fire Department is warning residents not to leave the devices charging when leaving the house. (Chappaqua Fire Department)
The Chappaqua Fire Department is warning residents not to leave the devices charging when leaving the house. (Chappaqua Fire Department


WESTCHESTER – 'Hoverboards' are the hottest holiday gadget of the year – now they are literally bursting into flames.
Chappaqua fire officials are warning residents not to leave hoverboards plugged in after one of the devices torched a Westchester living room.
According to the fire department, the owner was charging the hoverboard when it malfunctioned and caught fire, charring the floor below.  No one was hurt in the incident, and someone was home to extinguish the blaze.
For fans of "Back to the Future," the 'hoverboards' of 2015 won't take you across a pond – they actually just roll along the sidewalk on two wheels, accelerating as the user leans forward.  Despite the inability to hover, they retail for hundreds of dollars.
The upstate fire is just the latest reported case of the highly-coveted items catching fire – a Washington state mall was evacuated after a hoverboard exploded and shot across the floor.
Five days before Thanksgiving, a Louisiana family lost their home after a "Fit Turbo" caught fire and destroyed the house in the process.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission, a federal agency, "strongly encourages" consumers to report any product safety issues on their website, safeproducts.gov.
ANOTHER STORY 

Shocking moment man's hoverboard EXPLODED under his feet - while another is blamed for burning down a family's home

  • Timothy Cade was riding his new hoverboard scooter last Friday
  • It exploded and burst into flames beneath his feet in Gulf Shores, Alabama
  • Cade recorded video of it on fire as he struggled to put out the flames
  • Jessica Horne bought a hoverboard for her 12-year-old son, Hayden
  • She says it exploded and caught fire while he was charging it in his room
  • The family's home in Lafitte, Louisiana was destroyed in the fire 
  • Hoverboards range in price from $300 to $900, however cheaper models cost as low as $150

The popular hoverboard scooter is one of the hottest gifts of this holiday season, but buyers beware. An Alabama man's exploded beneath his feet and caught fire, while another family is blaming the device for burning down their Louisiana home.
Timothy Cade was riding his brand new hoverboard scooter that he purchased from a seller on Amazon last Friday when it suddenly exploded and caught fire beneath his feet outside in Gulf Shores, Alabama. 
'I came outside turned it on, came down the sidewalk not even a 100 feet, and it exploded,' Cade, who wasn't injured, told WKRG
'Batteries started shooting out of it; you would not expect a fire like that to come out of a little thing like that. I was not expecting something like that.'


Above Cade holds some parts from the hoverboard that landed a few feet away after exploding out of the device

Cade quickly grabbed his phone and started to record the device, which was fully engulfed in flames on the sidewalk of the apartment complex.  
'I was yelling my mom's name, and she ran out with some baking soda because I didn't know what to put on that type of fire,' he told WKRG. 
The baking soda didn't help extinguish the fire, as the video shows more flames started to shoot up higher from the highly sought after device. 


Despite the dangerous and potentially deadly situation, Cade plans on buying a replacement from a different manufacturer

With his hoverboard gone, Cade is trying to secure a refund from the seller on Amazon, but he's having a bit of difficulty. 
'I've sent this lady, numerous and numerous amount of messages,' he told WKRG.  
Despite the dangerous and potentially deadly situation, Cade plans on buying a replacement from a different manufacturer. Hoverboards range in price from $300 to 900, but cheaper models cost as low as $150.
'They're so fun; I would take more precaution with the batteries because I think it was the batteries that blew up,' he shared with WKRG.  
'If that was a kid to have that happen, or imagine if that was in your house?' he told WKRG.




MORE VIDEOS OF HOVERBOARDS EXPLODING  












Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Subject steals Utility Quest truck leading Hemet Police on chase that ends on Esplanade west of Palm St.









Subject steals Utility Quest truck leading Hemet Police on chase that ends on 
Esplanade west of Palm St. 
Subject wrecks truck and flees on foot. Riverside county Sheriff Star 9 was in the air trying to locate subject from the air. 
After Police searched properties in the surrounding area gave up search and RSO helicopter returned back to airport. 
The subject described as a Hispanic male with a goatee wearing plaid shirt ,black pants and a black jacket which he dumped the jacket while he was running on foot which police picked up for forensic investigation. The subject is still at large at this time









Sunday, December 27, 2015

Felony Child Abuse San Jacinto Police 6-year-old boy had been the repeated victim of child abuse for several months.

Press Release:Felony Child Abuse
Agency:San Jacinto Police
Station Area:Hemet
Written Date:December 24, 2015Time:9:30 a.m.
Incident Date:December 25, 2015Time:6:30 p.m.
Incident Location:600 Block of Main Street, City of San Jacinto
Reporting Officer:Sergeant Robert Duckett
File Number(s):I153560031

Details:

On December 22, 2015, investigators from the San Jacinto Police Department investigated a report of suspected child abuse.  They learned a 6-year-old boy had been the repeated victim of child abuse for several months.  Arrested for felony child abuse were the child's parents, Dean Pratt 25 years and Natashia Gustin 25 years, both from San Jacinto. 
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department who contracts for the City of San Jacinto Police would like to remind families of the Alternatives to Domestic Violence Hotline for help with advice, programs, or shelters related to domestic violence. If you or someone you know needs help; Call 1-800-339-SAFE  
This investigation is still ongoing.  Anyone with information regarding this incident or ones similar is encouraged to contact Investigator Roy at the Hemet Sheriff’s Station (951) 791-3400.


A new year is just days away, and with it comes several new traffic laws designed to directly impact motorists and bicyclists.



A DMV office is seen in a file photo. (Credit: KTLA)


A new year is just days away, and with it comes several new traffic laws designed to directly impact motorists and bicyclists.
These laws, covering everything from hit-and-run, to DUI and electronically motorized boards, were signed by Gov. Jerry Brown during the 2015 legislative session. They are poised to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2016.








Thursday, December 24, 2015

Bryze Madina 17Missing Dec10, Riverside

Missing out Riverside

Bryze Maria Madina

17 years old

Missing December 10, 2015

Height: 5 feet 7 inches

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Hazel

Born 1998

Please Contact:

Local 911

Missing out Riverside

Monday, December 21, 2015

HEMET: UPDATE ARMED SUSPECT SHOT AND KILLED BY HEMET PD OFFICERS – SUSPECT IDENTIFIED

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Trevor Montgomery
Photography: Mike Lange / Loudlabs News

HEMET – Multiple frantic 911 calls regarding a man armed with a gun at a mobile home park led to a fatal officer involved shooting earlier today.
The incident began at about 2:24 a.m., when the Hemet Police Department Communications Center began receiving numerous 911 calls reporting a man with a gun inside the Santa Rosa mobile home park, located in the 1400 block of South State St. in the city of Hemet.
The Santa Rosa is a 367 space mobile home park, that is open to all ages. Although listed on South State St., the main entrance to the park is on South Gilbert St., the next street to the West.
Callers stated that the man, who was described as a Hispanic male adult, wearing a red shirt and shorts, was waiving a gun in the air and yelling in Spanish. Several callers stated they believed the man was possibly a resident of the mobile home park.
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Click image to enlarge view
Moments later, the Hemet PD Communications Center received another 911 call from a resident who stated a man was trying to force his way into the caller’s residence. The caller told dispatch he had barricaded his family inside the residence.
Based on the significance of the call and multiple reports of the incident occurring, numerous officers rushed to the location. When the officers arrived, they located the suspect, who was later identified as Guadalupe Quiroz, a 34-year-old resident of Hemet, in a car port area of a residence inside the mobile home park. As one or more officers approached Quiroz, he brandished a handgun, pointing it at the officers, at which time an officer involved shooting occurred. The suspect was hit by one or more of the rounds fired by officers. It was not released how many officers fired their weapons during the shooting.
Officers immediately requested emergency first responders to their location to render first aid to the downed suspect. Personnel from the Hemet Fire Department and American Medical Response responded to the location, however the suspect succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Hemet PD on scene at the location of this morning’s fatal officer involved shooting.
According to the Hemet Police Department, the firearm Quiroz used was recovered at the scene.
As of this writing, the investigation is active and ongoing. The Hemet Police Department asks that anyone who might have information about this incident to please call Investigator Sila Vaeoso at (951)765-2426. Callers can remain anonymous.

Contact the writer: trevor.rcns@gmail.com
trevor

San Jacinto Police department responded to a report of a man in a wheelchair shooting at a subject

San Jacinto Police department responded to a report of a man in a wheelchair shooting at a subject on Sheriff Rd between Main Street and 3rd St
By the looks of the shell casing left on the ground is a 40 cal shell .
San Jacinto Police is still investigating the matter.



Video by Eddie George The Crazy Guy With The Lazy Eye with HemetEyeNews.Com
  

Saturday, December 19, 2015

81 year old Veteran forced to live in apartment with out Heat

EDDIE GEORGE The Crazy Guy With The Lazy Eye interviews 81 year old Veteran who has been begging for his apartment complex to fix his heat and they never do. 

This Vet is forced to use his gas stove burners to give him heat. He needs the community help get something done.
 He fought for our country and now has to fight,beg and plead to have heat in his rental apartment that he rents from 
We have been asked to come by and visit with him and allow him to tell his story to the community.
Click below to listen to his story. Please Share and help spread the word to get him help. 

Does this fall under a SLUMLORD land lords?












Package Theft Black Suburban License #6PYP584

Residents have been bombarded with package thefts as the Holidays come around!

One of the Victims a resident of Hemet happen to catch and learn of the description of the vehicle of the individuals, whom did steel Christmas packages off their porch. 

The Vehicle is described as a Black Suburban missing a hub cap with the license of plate # 6PYP584   

If you see this vehicle in your neighborhood Call police 


Friday, December 18, 2015

LIVE ONLINE POLICE FIRE EMS SCANNERS CLICK HERE TO TUNE IN




Hemet Police Fire Ems  scanners are back online !
Click play on the youtube video below to tune in.