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Guilty plea nets 25 years for man who led officers on deadly pursuit

ANDERSON, Calif. — A man who led Anderson police officers on a dangerous October, 2019 high-speed pursuit in a stolen vehicle that ended in the death of one of his passengers pleaded guilty in court to numerous felony charges and enhancements yesterday, Dec. 1. The pursuit ended when the driver, Derreck Gary Tope, hit an Interstate 5 median at the first exit […]

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Walking on sidewalk, Perris pedestrian killed by DUI driver

PERRIS, Calif. — Authorities say a pedestrian walking on a sidewalk in a residential neighborhood in Perris was killed when she was struck by an allegedly intoxicated driver in an SUV Monday afternoon, Nov. 30. The deadly collision happened near the intersection of Alderwood and Mariposa ways, according to officials who later arrested the driver who struck the victim. LEADING […]

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Children, 1 and 2, “found unconscious” in car at Walmart – Pregnant mother arrested

SAN JACINTO, Calif. — Authorities say a woman was arrested after allegedly leaving her two young children inside a car parked at a San Jacinto Walmart Monday, Nov. 30. The children, a one-year-old girl and two-year-old boy, were found unconscious within arm’s reach of methamphetamine and heroin and rushed to an area hospital for advanced care, with paramedics performing life-saving […]

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Wanted Redding felon arrested with loaded handgun

REDDING, Calif. — Authorities say one of two people found “passed out” inside a vehicle at a Redding gas station, a wanted felon on PRCS probation, was arrested on multiple charges and an outstanding warrant early this morning, Tuesday, Dec. 1. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES: ShasCo Sheriff, Redding PD Chief say they “will not be enforcing” recent COVID-19 mandates Exploring […]

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Exemplifying “True Grit”, Temecula earns two Capella Awards

TEMECULA, Calif. ─ In an awards ceremony that was held virtually this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis and pandemic, the Public Relations Society of America – Inland Empire Chapter (PRSA-IE) recognized the City of Temecula’s Community Services Department with two Capella Awards Thursday, Nov. 12. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Victim who died inside San Jacinto AM/PM […]

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Victim who died inside San Jacinto AM/PM ID’d

UPDATED: Monday, Nov. 30, 4:34 p.m., With additional details from witness. SAN JACINTO, Calif. — Officials today identified a man who died at a San Jacinto convenience store Saturday evening, Nov. 28. The victim passed away after suffering a medical crisis at AM/PM at the intersection of S. San Jacinto Avenue and 7th Street, according to officials and witnesses. LEADING […]

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Menifee Distracted Driving Enforcement Operation nets seven

MENIFEE, Calif. – So far this year one person has been killed and another 43 have been injured in distracted driving related crashes in Menifee. In response to the problem of distracted driving related crashes, the Menifee Police Department conducted a Distracted Driving Enforcement Operation Tuesday, Nov. 24. During the four-hour enforcement operation, which was conducted from 4 p.m. until […]

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Hanley Investment Group arranges sale of Village Plaza at Huntington Harbour

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors, a nationally recognized real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in retail property sales, announced today that the firm has arranged the sale of Village Plaza at Huntington Harbour, a 20,328-square-foot multi-tenant retail center with over 270 feet of prime Pacific Coast Highway frontage in Huntington Beach, California. Hanley Investment […]

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San Bernardino PD officers fatally shoot man armed with large knife

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Authorities say a San Bernardino man who was threatening family members with a large kitchen knife was fatally shot when he failed to comply with responding officers and charged at them while still armed with the knife Friday evening, Nov. 27. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Desert Hot Springs man charged in toddler’s murder One dead after […]

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Desert Hot Springs man charged in toddler’s murder

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — A Desert Hot Springs man has been arrested in San Bernardino after reportedly admitting to killing his girlfriend’s three-year-old son Saturday, Nov. 21. He was officially charged by the San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office Nov. 24. Although the suspect, 24-year-old Santos Guerrero Rodriguez, initially told investigators the child “had fallen off a razor scooter and struck […]

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