Monday, November 28, 2016

Driver dumps a salvaged suburban in middle of Stetson and drives away











Shout Out to Mark Moulton with Desert Towing for the story.





Abandoned vehicle in the middle of Stetson& Fairview
They damaged the grove fence to remove the Suburban vertically from a trailer.


It looks like they had it on a trailer and backed the
suburban up to a post and drove off snatching it off the trailer and left it in the middle of Stetson.


If anyone has seen any one hauling this vehicle on
a trailer please contact Local Police dept.










Thursday, November 24, 2016

DUI driver crashes into a residents yard crashing thru his fence & Flees Scene On Foot









Last Night Nov 23'rd 2016 a DUI driver crashes into a residents yard crashing thru his fence. Driver takes keys from car and flees scene on foot down a dirt road where we are told where he resides.







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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

traffic collision on Highway 74 and Calvert Ave, just border of west Hemet takes 1 life






By John Strangis with Strangisjohn.com

At about 4:15 am, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire responded to an injury traffic collision on Highway 74 and Calvert Ave, just border of west Hemet. 


When arriving on scene they located two vehicles involved in the collision, a white van on it’s side blocking the roadway and a car. 

The driver of the gray car was declared deceased on scene, while the surviving passengers aboard the vehicles were transported by paramedics to a local hospital for minor injuries. 

he eastbound lane of Highway 74 was blocked while the investigation and cleanup of the roadway were taking place. Weather may have played a factor in the collision.


video



3 CAR CRASH ON BUENA VISTA & ST JOHNS ST. HOW THIS HAPPEN IS A GOOD QUESTION !




One car was traveling on Buena Vista just past St Johns and some how managed to come across the street and hit 2 parked cars. 2 people were reported injured and was transported to the hospital via AMR.

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2 squatting thieves caught after breaking into Strawberry Bike Shop Stealing Wiring and more.











An Employee of Strawberry Bike Shop came into their store where they been closed for remodeling and noticed 2 squatters who broke into the store and was squatting as well stealing supplies and wireing from the location. They Ran out and he chased them down while having the police on the phone who responded very fast and also went on foot looking for them.
They found them and placed both subjects under arrest behind Shoe City on Florida and Inez area.

Reporting Was Eddie George the Redneck News Reporter The Crazy Guy With The Lazy Eye

OH YES I MIS PELLED THIEVES but the story still is true !
for all the grammar police
Im human but make more mistakes than others. Not going to redo the video due to one mis spelling.
















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Monday, November 21, 2016

UPDATE : Shooting on Hamilton & Rosalia leaves victim to die in street after the shooter drives off like a coward




UPDATE

UPDATE: 11/21/2016 12:15 p.m.
HEMET – Hemet police officials have identified the victim who was fatally shot on a Hemet street last night as 32-year-old, Jabarge Singleton. Singleton was shot about 10 p.m., in the 300 block of N. Hamilton Avenue, just north of Rosalia Avenue in Hemet.
Responding officers found Singleton unresponsive in the roadway. He was not breathing and had no pulse. Officers and paramedics made life-saving efforts and he was transported to Hemet Valley Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
Hemet police detectives and other officials responded to the scene and are following up on leads and witness information in attempt to identify the suspect or suspects involved in this case.
This is an active investigation and a motive has not been determined at this time.
Anyone with further information regarding this case is asked to contact Detective G. Alvarez at (951) 765-2426. Callers can remain anonymous.


Written for Hemet Eye News 
By Trevor Montgomery 

HEMET – A victim was shot in the area of N. Hamilton and Rosalia Avenues Sunday, Nov. 20.2016
The victim, who has not been identified, was shot by unknown suspect(s) in the roadway on Hamilton Avenue just north of the intersection of Rosalia Avenue.
Hemet police officers and other emergency first responders rushed to the area after City of Hemet emergency dispatchers received the first of several calls at 10:01 p.m., from a citizen reporting a drive by shooting. The caller told dispatchers there was a victim down in the roadway who had been shot and was non-responsive.
The first responding officer arrived less than one minute after the call was dispatched. He was flagged down by a crowd of witnesses and bystanders who heard the shot(s) fired and were crowded around the victim. Witnesses reported hearing a vehicle speed off after the shooting occurred.

Officers immediately began CPR on the victim who had no pulse and was not breathing. Paramedics later took over CPR and began treating the gunshot victim, while other officers quickly cordoned off the area and began to search for the suspect vehicle.
AMR medics transported the person to a local hospital, with City of Hemet firefighter/paramedics on board the ambulance still performing CPR. The current status of the victim is not known at this time.

Hemet police detectives and forensic technicians have been called to the scene to assume the investigation.












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Friday, November 18, 2016

Perris Fire - UP CLOSE Video of Huge 5 ALARM FIRE THAT destroys Pallet Yard in Perris Ca Filmed By Eddie George With Hemeteyenews.Com

By Trevor Montgomery for Hemet Eye News
with Riversidecountynewssource.Org
PERRIS – A massive three alarm fire at a pallet yard in Perris destroyed about two acres of pallets early Friday, Nov. 18. The fire spread to multiple vehicles as well as power poles and propane tanks – causing multiple explosions and adding danger to firefighters battling the blaze – according to a fire official.. After a few hrs later the fire grew and was updated to a FIVE alarm fire.
Firefighters spent about seven hours battling the huge fire, which could be seen for miles. No citizens or firefighters were injured by the blaze.

Multiple citizens called 911 to report the fire, which broke out at GPC Pallets at 2:49 a.m. The company’s property is located at 3931 Brennan Avenue in Perris, near North Webster Avenue and West Ramona Expressway.
58 Firefighters and 6 battalion commanders from 18 engine companies and two truck companies responded to the blaze. They were assisted by a Breathing Support Unit and a bulldozer, according to Cal Fire/Riverside County fire Public Information Officer Jody Hagemann. American Medical Response medics were also called to the scene, in the event of any injuries.
“The first arriving truck company reported a working fire in a large section of pallets,” Hagemann explained in an initial incident report.




Deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Perris Station were requested to the scene to close down both directions of West Ramona Expressway, to ensure the safety of firefighters and citizens. Early morning commuters were forced to find alternate routes around the fire.
While firefighter battled the blaze, they reported multiple explosions from propane tanks from within the property. The loud explosions rocked nearby residents and rattled nerves, causing many people to continually call 911 to report the ongoing explosions.

Firefighters requested Southern California Edison personnel to respond to the fire for two power poles that burned during the fire. Eastern Municipal Water District was also requested to the scene.

At 5:39 a.m., Hagemann reported the fire was holding at two acres, with firefighters continuing to battle the blaze from all four sides.
The fire was eventually knocked down at 10:15 a.m.; however, fire resources were expected to remain at the scene throughout the day to ensure against accidental flare ups and to conduct extensive mop up operations.
Ramona Expressway was expected to be reopened by 1:30 p.m.
The cause of the fire is under investigation and fire dept is suspecting Arson.






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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Temecula Deadly Officer Involved ,Shooting Suspect Killed By Police





 Pics provided to us by Western Eagle
Wrote by a Redneck Hillbilly Reporter
The Crazy Guy With The Lazy Eye


A law enforcement officer was involved in a shooting Tuesday, Nov. 15, near a county administrative center in Temecula, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department has confirmed.
According to the police dispatch cal the officer was down with head injury and the suspect was shot in the chest via officer.   The suspect died from the gunshot wound to his chest via the officer.
This is a developing story. stay tuned for updates





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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Hemet Police and rescue workers responded to a possible shooting call at Big Daddy Cheese Steaks location at 199 State St #109.








By Eddie George "The Crazy Guy With The Lazy Eye"
with HemetEyeNews.Com
Hemet Police and rescue workers responded to a possible shooting call at Big Daddy Cheese Steaks location at 199 State St #109.

When Police arrived they determined that it was not a shooting but came to the conclusion that the male subject injured himself with a self inflicted wound from another location then came to Big Daddy's location where he was then found collapsed on the sidewalk by Big Daddy's staff who called 911 .


The person was treated and transported to local hospital via AMR unit. 
Hemet News Reporter John Strangis and Gary Rainwater were on scene to bring you the following footage from on the scene.



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FOOTAGE FROM OUR REPORTERS GARY RAINWATER & JOHN STRANGIS
WITH HEMETEYENEWS.COM

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UPDATE WITH PRESS RELEASE - Two people suffered MINOR injury after a small plane crashed into a ravine off of Indian Truck Trail, southeast of Soboba Road



Press Release:Air Emergency
Agency:Hemet Sheriff
Station Area:Hemet
Written Date:November 10, 2016Time:3:35 PM
Incident Date:November 10, 2016Time:10:41 AM
Incident Location:Soboba Road, Soboba Indian Reservation, San Jacinto, CA.
Reporting Officer:Sergeant Santiago Agcaoili
File Number(s):D163150034

Details:

On Thursday, November 10, 2016, at approximately 10:41 A.M., deputies and emergency personnel responded to a riverbed near Soboba Road, Soboba Indian Reservation, San Jacinto, reference an air emergency.  A small plane occupied by two male residents of Idyllwild, experienced a fuel issue that caused the plane to crash.  Both occupants were extricated by emergency personnel and were transported to a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. The FFA and NTSB were also notified.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Hemet Sheriff’s Station at 951-791-3400 or the Riverside County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center (1-800-950-2444), or email the Hemet Station athemetstation@riversidesheriff.org.






WRITTEN BY TREVOR MONTGOMERY 
SOBOBA – At least two people were injured after a small plane crashed into a ravine off of Indian Truck Trail, southeast of Soboba Road Thursday morning, Nov. 10. The plane came to rest upside down at the end of a residence east of the Soboba Sports Complex, where Soboba Road comes to a dead-end at the dirt extension of Indian Creek Road.
The air emergency was reported to emergency dispatchers at 10:44 a.m. By 11:30 a.m., firefighters and other emergency first responders had extricated two victims from the wrecked aircraft and they were being transported by ground ambulances to local area hospitals. No information regarding the victim’s medical status had been provided.
The plane, described as a white and red, single-engine Grumman AA1, reportedly ran out of gas and attempted to make an emergency landing on or near the reservation, according to a CHP incident log. While landing, the plane flipped over and came to rest on it’s roof.
At least two occupants were inside the plane when it went down. It was not immediately known if there were additional occupants inside the plane.
Riverside Sheriff’s Aviation Unit “Star 9” responded to the area to guide rescuers in to the location the plane had come to rest, which was described as “rugged and inaccessible.”
Hemet/Ryan AirOps are en route to assist with the air emergency and crash investigation.
Federal Aviation Administration investigators have been notified and are also en route to the location to conduct a crash investigation.
It was not immediately known where the plane had departed from or where it was traveling to.
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