Fastrip Hesperia Hesperia Victor Valley 

Hesperia Man Arrested for Robbery of Fastrip Food Store

HESPERIA – A 20-year-old male suspect broke the glass doors to a Hesperia Fastrip Food Store and demanded cash from the employee on Sunday night. At around 11:15 p.m. deputies from the Hesperia station were dispatched to the store located 16117 Main Street in the City of Hesperia. When they arrived they saw both the victim and the suspect behind the counter with the suspect demanding money from the cash register. The suspect, identified as Joseph Ray Farias was arrested and booked into the High Desert Detention Center for strong…

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VIctorville Police Victor Valley Victorville 

Apple Valley & Victorville Residents Arrested for Possession of $61K in Stolen Vehicles

VICTORVILLE – An Apple Valley man and a Victorville woman were arrested for the possession of over $60,000 worth of stolen vehicles on Wednesday. The crime spree began on Friday, October 14, 2016, when Hesperia station deputies responded to the report of a burglary. The suspect, who was unknown at the time, entered the home and stole property, including a Dodge truck. Two days later, on Sunday Apple Valley station deputies took a report of stolen vehicles, which included an enclosed trailer carrying 3 ATV’s officials said. A few days…

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Elderly woman Victor Valley 

Helendale Woman Arrested for Elderly Abuse

HELENDALE – A 36-year-old Helendale woman was arrested for elderly abuse after the woman she was caring for called 911 officials said. On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, Victor Valley Station deputies responded to a Helendale home for an altercation. When deputies arrived they found that two females were involved in a dispute, one of the females being an unidentified elderly woman and the other being Jessica Nicole Rodriguez. Through investigation, deputies learned that Rodriguez answered a Craigslist ad seeking a caregiver for the elderly woman. Rodriguez was hired and subsequently…

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San Bernardino County Sheriff High Desert (Other) 

Public’s Help Needed To Locate Suspects Throwing Molotov Cocktails

ORO GRANDE – Deputies from the Victor Valley Station are requesting the public’s help to locate a light green Nissan Altima with occupants who are wanted for arson. On Tuesday, October 18, 2016, just before 8:20 p.m. dispatch received a 911 call stating that a Molotov Cocktail was thrown from a vehicle in the 19000 block of 1st Street in Oro Grande. The following day, at around 6:45 p.m. dispatchers received another call regarding a Molotov Cocktail in the same area of Oro Grande. This time, the cocktail landed on…

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untitled-design-17 Hesperia Victor Valley 

Hesperia Package Theft Caught on Home Surveillance

HESPERIA – Package thefts have become increasingly prevalent throughout the Victor Valley and surrounding areas. The chances of these thieves being brought to justice were slim until surveillance footage has become more common in single-family homes. Laquita Brundage-West was a recent victim of one of these crimes when boxes that contained her children’s Christmas gift were stolen off of her porch on Wednesday. At around 1:30 p.m. a male subject got out of his white Ford Explorer, walked up to the porch not once, but twice, and casually walked off…

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High Desert Halloween Events Victor Valley 

Victor Valley / High Desert Halloween Events

Adelanto Apple Valley Barstow Hesperia Monday, October 31, 2016, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Location: Hesperia Campus, 7885 Arcadia Ave., Hesperia, CA US 92345 Contact: Danette Tharrington | DO ALL OF YOUR TRICK-OR-TREATING IN ONE SAFE PLACE! FREE night of candy, games, and fun! Food vendors will be available. Boo at the Zoo is a neighborhood of safe Halloween entertainment, with spooky delight around every corner, including animals on exhibit each evening. There is a Creepy Crawly Critter Animal Show after the flashlight tour, and each child receives complimentary…

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Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Collision Adelanto Victor Valley 

Adelanto Pedestrian Injured After Being Hit By Vehicle

ADELANTO – A male pedestrian was transported by ground ambulance after he was hit by a car Wednesday night. At around 8:17 p.m. Victor Valley station deputies and emergency medical personnel were dispatched to Victor Street, just west of Jonathan Street in the City of Adelanto. Deputies were the first to arrive at the scene to find the pedestrian awake and breathing. The male driver of the white Chevy Cobalt remained at the scene. According to witness statements,  the vehicle was driving northbound on Jonathan Street. The driver made a…

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RePlanet Charged with death of their employee who was crushed to death. Rancho Cucamonga San Bernardino County 

RePlanet Convicted in 2013 Crushing Death of Employee

RANCHO CUCAMONGA – RePlanet, one of the largest recyclers in the State of California was convicted and found guilty in connection with the August 20, 2013 crushing death of one of their employees. In July 2016, the company was charged with a violation of worker safety rules which likely caused the death of 61-year-old Salvador Garcia. Garcia who was a truck driver for the company, was crushed by a 35,000-pound earth mover at the 9910 6th Street City of Rancho Cucamonga facility. District Attorney’s officials said that the criminal plea…

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Unidentified Deceased Female Perris Riverside County 

Two Years Later Human Remains Located at Perris Lake Not Id’d

PERRIS – The remains of a female found at the Lake Perris Recreation area in the City of Perris, still after over two years, remains unidentified. The skeletal remains of the 20-35-year-old woman was located by hikers on May 23, 2014, down a mountainside. The woman is believed to be mixed race, with shoulder length dark brown or black hair that was very curly. The unidentified woman was wearing brown pants with white pinstripes that were size 12P with a 27.5 inseam. The brand of the pants Rafaella Petites. If…

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Baker's Drive Thru San Bernardino County 

Man with Gun Arrested After Domestic Dispute at Baker’s Drive Thru

BLOOMINGTON – A Wednesday, October 19th domestic disturbance led to the arrest of a male Rialto transient in possession of a gun officials said. At 12:22 a.m. deputies from the Fontana station responded to the Baker’s Drive Thru located at 18775 Valley Boulevard in Bloomington to find the involved female inside with the suspect, later identified as 28-year-old Adrian Leatherman locked outside. Although Leatherman was initially uncooperative with deputies, he was detained with no further incident. When checking his records deputies learned that Leatherman was on active parole for carjacking….

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