Thursday, July 28, 2016

Hemet Fire units respond to house fire with garage engulfed in flames on Jaunita & Kimball in Hemet Ca

Fire Units respond to a garage fire attached to a home located at JUANITA & KIMBALL St in Hemet Ca
Cause of fire at this time is unknown. We have Ricardo Ruelas on scene getting details and videos. 
reports stated that 2 firefighters suffered with minor heat exhaustion and is now MIA ( Missing In Action) and is no longer on scene .  
There were no residents in home at the time of fire.

We will post further updates as they come in , 

Below is some pics already sent in to us by Ricardo Ruelas  while he is on scene 


Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Hemet Police Chief Dave Brown Speaks on the Gang related shooting to Hemet City council why we need more police

Hemet Council Meeting July 26, 2016. Police Chief David Brown speaks about the crime issues in the city of Hemet, the great work of the Hemet Police Department regardless of being understaffed and showcases footage of an event covered by myself and Eddie George for Hemet Eye News to prove that in fact, crime hasn't been low in Hemet and quite the opposite is the truth; a truth I see day by day when going on scene to report police activities and crime around the city.

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Triaffic Accident involving a stolen Stolen Honda Accord

Hemet Police Department, in conjunction with Target Super Center, will again participate in National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2nd

2016 National Night Out
The Hemet Police Department, in conjunction with Target Super Center, will again participate in National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2nd. The event begins at 5pm and will be held in the Hemet Target Super Center parking lot on the corner of Sanderson and Florida Ave. The Hemet Police Department will bring several items for display, coloring books, balloons, & fingerprint kits for children.
Hemet Police Chief Dave Brown said, “Anytime we can take a few hours to promote neighborhood spirit and police-community-business partnerships, we are all over it. We are looking forward to another evening in the community on August 2nd.”
Hemet Police Officers, Explorers, and Volunteers will again join the National Night Out Campaign which is designed to: (1) Heighten crime prevention awareness, (2) Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs, (3) Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, and (4) Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. Along with the traditional outside lights and front porch vigils, many cities and towns celebrate National Night Out with a variety of special city-wide and neighborhood events such as block parties, cookouts, parades, festivals, visits from local officials and law enforcement, safety fairs, and youth events.
National Project Coordinator, Matt Peskin said, “This is a night for America to stand together and promote awareness, safety, and neighborhood unity. National Night Out showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in our fight for a safer nation. On NNO, we invite neighborhoods nationwide to join us and give crime a going away party”.
Representatives from Kona Ice, Hometown Buffet, ADT Home Security and others will be on-hand with Hemet Home Instead Senior Care grilling BBQ donated by our Hemet Target Super Center.
Nationally, 38.3 million people participated in NNO 2015.

Hemet: Man on Drugs Vandalizes Businesses with a Baseball Bat


Hemet, CA: On the night of Friday July 22, 2016 at approximately 10:00 pm, Hemet Police responded to a report of a heavily intoxicated individual breaking out windows with a bat on the 100 block of East Florida Ave. When Officers arrived on scene they discovered that the suspect had shattered the windows of three separate businesses.

cording to witnesses, the suspect was seen on a bicycle striking windows with a bat. Allegedly some witnesses stated they also saw the suspect with a crowbar and a knife. The business targeted include the Sharkey’s Pizza and Games building where two windows were destroyed, and other windows were shattered at the Finder Keepers Antique Store and another one at Liberty Tax Services next to the old Hemet Theatre.
What sparked this individual to commit the senseless crime is unknown, although being heavily under the influence of a controlled substance allegedly may have played a part in his rampage of local businesses. The suspect caused thousands of dollars in damages before heading eastbound on Florida Ave towards Weston Park, where he was spotted by other witnesses who reported his location to police.
Shortly thereafter; officers spotted a white male adult matching the description given by witnesses at the 1100 block of East Florida Ave. The suspect was carrying a bat and attempted to escape on foot.
According to one witness; the suspect entered a restaurant banging on a counter with the baseball bat before being chased out and apprehended at gunpoint by police. The man was heavily under the influence of a controlled substance and was yelling insults, questionable political rants and racial/discriminatory slurs to officers and media on scene.
While attempting to make any sense of the man’s rants and comments was difficult to say the least; he did make a few remarks regarding his dislike for President Obama, his support of Donald Trump, his continued repetition of the wordswhite power allegedly due to his support or ties to white supremacism, his dislike of homosexuals, something about his daughter and a comment about Kunta Kinte referenced to President Obama.
The suspect was transported by ambulance to a local hospital before being booked. Allegedly he requested medical out of fear of an overdose. Before his transport, he attempted to scare a first responder who was reeling the suspect into the ambulance with a loud and sudden “BOO!”.
According to a press release from Hemet Police Department; the suspect, Todd Alan Turner, a 26 year old Hemet resident was transported to Riverside County Jail with charges of vandalism, being under the influence of a controlled substance and violation of probation.

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Male Pervert Caught playing with his pee pee in middle of day in Lowes Parking Lot behind Gold Exchange on Sanderson

Hey Eddie I was hoping you could post about this pervert my boyfriend and I caught with his pants down playing with his junk in the middle of the day in the Lowes parking lot behind the Gold exchange on acacia and Sanderson.

We called the cops and the cops got him and found a meth pipe sitting next to him and the cop said it was only a misdemeanor and unless he had a video he could do nothing about it.. I'm so grossed out and I thank people need to watch out for this guy

Thank you I really want people to know about this sicko

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Hemet Police responds to multiple shots fired with one victim shot on Devonshire/Elk

At just after midnight, July 26, Hemet Police dispatchers began receiving numerous 911 calls about a shooting near Elk and Devonshire in Hemet. Callers reported hearing 12-15 shots fired and a woman was struck by gunfire. She was transported to our local trauma center in Moreno Valley and her condition is unknown at this time. I am still working on nailing down all the facts for my own written article, but one of the news teams I work with got some pretty intense video footage of the scene after the shooting. The chaotic scene nearly devolved into a riot and much of it was caught on video by Eddie George and the Hemet News team, a local community news reporting group.
By Trevor Montgomery with Riverside County News Source

Reporting were Eddie George Aka "The Crazy Guy with the lazy eye "
Laurie Cain and John Strangis

Click play on the video below to see what happened !