Enjoy a good laugh with Murrieta PD’s Weekly Roundup 3/7

From Murrieta PD/Facebook In Today’s Lighter Side of the News… – Thursday afternoon Officer Miller met Mr. Stultz and Ms. Frabasilio when he contacted them in a vehicle parked in the parking lot of a pretty popular store. Unfortunately for the couple, Mr. Stultz had a felony warrant and Ms.Lisa had some misdemeanor warrants, heroin and cocaine. He was taken […]

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Enjoy a good laugh with Murrieta PD’s Weekly Roundup 2/28

From Murrieta Police Department: In today’s “Lighter Side of the News…” – Thursday afternoon the #PACT team, not to be confused with the #PPCT team, conducted a probation check at Cory Kingery’s house. When you’re on #PRCS probation, you have some pretty specific terms that you have to follow. They’re usually pretty clear too, like “don’t break the law” and […]

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Jodie Gray appointed as City of Temecula’s Fire Chief

TEMECULA — Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar together with CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Chief Shawn Newman welcome Jodie Gray as newly appointed Fire Chief for the City of Temecula. Mayor Naggar states, “Chief Gray is committed to providing the highest level of fire protection to Temecula citizens and businesses.” Naggar added, “She has 28 years of exemplary fire service and experience […]

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Enjoy a good laugh with Murrieta PD’s Weekly Roundup 2/21

From Murrieta Police Department: In today’s “Lighter Side of the News…” – Officer Power responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked along a busy road. The caller informed dispatch that the car had been parked in the same spot for several minutes and was occupied by a female. Officer Power contacted the female driver to see if her […]

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Temecula’s Novel Knights Teen Book Club to discuss “Everything, Everything”

TEMECULA — Teen fans of the 2015 book “Everything, Everything”, which was later turned into a box-office hit of the same name in 2017, are invited to join Temecula’s Novel Knights Teen Book Club next March for a “fun discussion” about the book and its subject. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: UPDATE: Body of missing Idyllwild man, 62, found Unborn child […]

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No injuries after two-vehicle wreck involving ambulance

MURRIETA — Officials are at the scene of a two-vehicle accident involving a passenger vehicle and an ambulance that happened earlier this morning, Friday, Feb 22. The accident happened in the 30000 block of Auld Rd., near the Southwest Justice Center Superior Courthouse. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: UPDATE: Body of missing Idyllwild man, 62, found Unborn child seriously injured in […]

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Enjoy a good laugh with Murrieta PD’s Weekly Roundup 2/15

From Murrieta Police Department: In today’s “Lighter Side of the News…” – Friday evening Officer Bock was in the right place at the right time – depending on what side of the story you’re on. Dispatch had received a report of suspicious activity in the shopping center along Madison Avenue. The caller stated that they had witnessed a male running […]

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Enjoy a good laugh with Murrieta PD’s Weekly Roundup 2/7

From Murrieta Police Department: In today’s “Lighter Side of the News…” – Thursday night Officer Hayes conducted a traffic stop and met Donald Adkins and Tameka Janeway. Donald forgot his name for a few minutes, but that’s probably because he knew he had violated his parole and there was a warrant out for him. #whatsmynameagain Tameka wasn’t very happy about […]

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Murrieta tow yard blaze destroys a dozen or more vehicles

MURRIETA — Fire and police officials are investigating a destructive blaze that ripped through a Murrieta tow yard early this morning, Sunday, Feb. 3. The fast moving fire left more than a dozen cars destroyed or heavily damaged at United Towing Service, in the 26000 block of Adams Avenue, on the city’s south end. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: County-wide Pot […]

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Local PD offers helpful advice for would-be bank robbers

And in “Today’s Lighter Side of the News…” TEMECULA — In the wake of a bungling bank robbery and arrest of a 56-year-old, San Diego man this last weekend, the ever-helpful deputies assigned to patrolling the southern-most Riverside County city of Temecula have offered some sage, seemingly obvious advice for other, would-be bank robbers looking to make a living off such […]

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