Thursday, September 29, 2016

Hemet Fire Department responded to a fire call in the 900 block of Whittier St to a fire involving a fence of a home as well as a tree with power lines involved




Hemet Fire Department responded to a fire call in the 900 block of Whittier St to a fire involving a fence of a home as well as a tree with power lines involved. SCE crew arrived on scene to fix the power lines.
Firefighters stated that the biggest problem was trying to get the tree fire above the house that they had to deploy foam all over the resident's roof of his home to keep his house from burning.

Pics & Video By Hemet Eye News Reporter Gary Rainwater.













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Hemet Foot Pursuit Leads to Weapon Seizure

Foot Pursuit Leads to Weapon Seizure
PRESS RELEASE FROM HEMET POLICE DEPARTMENT



Kenneth Hurtado, a twenty year old resident of San Jacinto, was arrested early this morning for
numerous weapons charges after he led Hemet Police Officers on a brief foot chase.
Just after midnight on the 29th of September, a Hemet Police K-9 Officer was driving in the area
of Acacia Ave. and Girard St.
 The officer noticed that a Chevrolet in front of him was driving
with expired registration and conducted an enforcement stop. The Chevrolet pulled into a nearby
church parking lot and the officer approached the vehicle.

The officer looked inside the vehicle and recognized the back passenger as Kenneth Hurtado, a
wanted felon. The officer also noticed that Hurtado had a rifle case on his lap with a large
capacity magazine protruding from it. 
The officer ordered the occupants of the vehicle to put
their hands up however Hurtado jumped out of the vehicle and fled on foot. Officers and K-9
‘Jack’ pursued Hurtado and caught up with him a few houses away. Hurtado fought with the
officers and the K-9 however; he was ultimately taken into custody.

The rifle case that had been on Hurtado’s lap contained a fully loaded ‘mini 14’ style rifle,
numerous high capacity magazines, and nearly 150 rounds of ammunition for the rifle.
Additionally, Hurtado had a fully loaded, high capacity magazine for the rifle in his pocket when
he was arrested.

Hurtado was transported to a local hospital for medical clearance and later transported to the
Riverside County Jail.
Arrested: Kenneth Hurtado, 20 year old resident of San Jacinto.
Charges: Felon in possession of a firearm, felon in possession of ammunition, possession of
high capacity magazines, and violation of parole.
Bail: None.




San Jacinto Police responds to a Person with a baseball bat inside dollar general.





San Jacinto Police responds to a Person with a baseball bat inside dollar general.
Watch Video for details. Mother of subject tells us what happens on camera.










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Thursday, September 22, 2016

STOLEN VEHICLE ROLLS OVER ON GILMAN SPRINGS DRIVER FLEES ON FOOT.




STOLEN VEHICLE ROLLS OVER ON GILMAN SPRINGS DRIVER FLEES ON FOOT. 

Subject was later caught and arrested over by State Street after he fled thru the Golden Era property on foot.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Hemet Police holds Car thief and passengers at GUNPOINT at USA GAS Station Fl/YALE one arrested



Hemet Police holds Car thief and passengers at GUNPOINT at USA GAS 
Station on  FlORIDA & YALE with driver arrested .


CLICK PLAY ON VIDEO BELOW TO WATCH IT AS IT WENT DOWN


Monday, September 19, 2016

Homeland Ca - Live downed high voltage power lines prevents firefighters from fighting fire




Homeland Ca - Live downed high voltage power lines prevents firefighters from fighting fire.
Video coverage by HemetEyeNews.Com Reporter Ricardo Ruelas





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HEMET BREAKING NEWS - Missing 10 YR OLD Juvenile ALERT PLEASE SHARE ! ...


UPDATE


CHILD HAS BEEN FOUND AND IS OK !



Missing 10 YR OLD Juvenile ALERT ...
Please help us locate Jesse. He was last seen in the area of Yale and Devonshire waiting for the school bus this morning Monday Sept 19,2016 at 7:30 AM. 
He never made it to school.
Jesse Nall

10 years old

4'08"
75 lbs

He is wearing grey jogging pants, has a maroon backpack and white shoes.
Please call 911 if you know his whereabouts.

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Saturday, September 17, 2016

The Moreno Valley Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a male suspect wanted in connection with several incidents of sexual battery to female victims

The Moreno Valley Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a male suspect wanted in connection with several incidents of sexual battery to female victims that have occurred over the past two days, and is reminding the community to be alert to their surroundings.
On Wednesday evening, September 14, 2016, between the hours of 8:30 and 9:00 p.m., three women in three separate incidents, were sexually assaulted on their buttocks and other private areas, while shopping at a public business, by a male subject on foot in the general area of Ironwood Avenue and Graham Street. 
On Friday, September 16, 2016, at approximately 7:35 a.m., a fourth female was walking in the area of Fall River Road and Albion Way, when a male passed by her on foot, grabbing her breast area.  A short time later, at approximately 7:45 a.m., a fifth female was approached from behind at Hemlock Avenue and Graham Street, and was also sexually assaulted on the breast area by a male on foot.
After each incident, the suspect immediately walked away or ran off in a different direction.
Based on the physical description provided by the victims, the manner in which the crimes were carried out, and the location where the incidents occurred, officers believe one individual may be responsible for committing these assaults.
The suspect is described as a male Hispanic, 25-35 years-old, 5’6” to 5’8” tall, approximately 200 lbs., with a stocky/chunky build, brown short hair, brown eyes, and a small amount of hair on his chin. 
Anyone who has any information regarding these incidents, or recognizes the individual depicted in the photos, is urged to contact Investigator Ed Vargas at (951) 486-6700 or after hours reporting at (951) 776-1099. Anonymous tips may also be submitted by visiting CrimeTips  online.
Below are personal safety tips we encourage residents to practice at all times:

• Keep your cell phone in an easily accessible location
• Always be alert to your surroundings and the people around you
• Report suspicious activity immediately by calling 9-1-1
• Be aware of locations and situations which could make you vulnerable, such as alleys, dark parking
   lots and dim walkways
• Paying too much attention to an electronic device (cell phone, i-Pod, etc.) can make you a target
• Wearing earbuds prevents you from hearing what is happening around you
• Whenever possible, travel with a friend
• Stay in well-lighted areas whenever possible
• Avoid doorways, bushes, and alleys where someone could hide
• Walk confidently and at a steady pace, and make eye contact with people
• Keep your keys in your hand when walking to your vehicle
• If you feel you are being followed, get to a public place as quickly as possible or get other people’s
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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Valle Vista led hemet police of 7 cruisers on police chase thru town and arrested





Police Chase Ends on Wanda and Olive in Hemet. Last night a Valle Vista resident named Chris led Hemet Police of 7 cruisers thru town attempting to flee from the police. 


He was stopped on Wanda where is the 2nd time in 2 months that he fled from the police and was apprehended at the same place same street.



CLICK PLAY ON VIDEO BELOW TO WATCH RECORDED 
COVERAGE BY THE 
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BELOW IS THE VIDEO WE COVERED
2 MONTHS AGO WHEN THE SAME GUY RAN FROM THE POLICE
AND WAS CAPTURED AT THE SAME PLACE SAME STREET

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Friday, September 9, 2016

ATTENTION ALL VETERANS AND VETERAN SUPPORTERS Its the SALUTE TO HEROES Appreciation night Saturday Sept 17 2016 From 6:00-11:00 pm.









FREE FOOD to teachers, school district volunteers, coaches and support staff, first responders, veterans, service members and their families
ATTENTION ALL VETERANS AND VETERAN SUPPORTERS !
KTLA5 Chris Cindy Wolfe will be there as well HemetEyeNews
Please share this post and spread the word for all our Veterans and supporters
We are inviting you to the SALUTE TO HEROES Appreciation night Saturday Sept 17 2016
From 6:00-11:00 pm.
hosted by the VSSN
This event is held at the Promenade Temecula from 6:00-11:00 pm.
This is for teachers, school district volunteers, coaches and support staff, first responders, veterans, service members and their families.


There will be free food to all the members by
California Pizza Kitchen, Charley's Subs, Lucille's Smokehouse BBQ, Panda Express, Red Robins, Luna Mediterranean Grill and Wetzel Pretzels together to give free food to educators This event is held at the Promenade Temecula from 6:00-11:00 pm.
Families can come and enjoy food, fun games and community resources!
This event is FREE & open to the public plus it serves over 6500 attendees.
Date:: Saturday Sept 17 2016
Time: 6-11pm (VIP Media reception from 5-6pm opening Ceremony 6-7pm)
General Attendees: 6500+
Special Attendees receiving a state award
over 100 educators
over 50 veterans
over 100 service members
over 25 first responders
Speaking Dignitaries: 
Senator Mike Morrell
Mayor Pro Tem Maryann Edwards, City of Temecula
Mayor Pro Tem Rick Gibbs, City of Murrieta
Councilman Michael McCracken
Superintendent Tim Ritter
See you at California's best celebration of its heroes during California Heroes Month in September.
For More information contact Daisy Tate by text at 760-412-9565 or at 951-821-8776








25 yr old Hemet man Arrested for Firearm & Stolen Vehicle





Press Release



Traffic Stop results in Firearm & Stolen Vehicle Arrest
On Friday, September 9th at about 1:20AM, a Hemet Police Officer conducted a traffic stop in the 300 block of N San Jacinto St, Hemet. The license plates attached to the vehicle belonged to a Ford despite the vehicle being a Toyota.


Pic by John Strangis


The officer contacted the driver, Mando Kaphan, a 25- year old Hemet resident who is on Post Release Community Supervision out of San Bernardino. During the traffic stop investigation, the officer observed a sawed-off rifle on the floorboard. Kaphan and the two other vehicle occupants were detained.
Pic by John Strangis

The vehicle was determined to be stolen from a Hemet resident, which was reported about 1 ½ hours before the traffic stop. Kaphan was arrested for being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm, possession of stolen property, and vehicle theft. Kaphan was transported to Riverside County Jail and held on $10,000 bail.

Pic by John Strangis

One of the vehicle occupants was a female who was arrested for a no bail juvenile warrant. The other occupant, a male adult, was released from the scene.










Pic by John Strangis










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