Carson, Crime Reports
|Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:||5|
|Motor Vehicle Theft:||559|
|Information About People and Demographics|
|Total population of residents||91,714|
|White resident population recorded||21,864|
|Black or African American resident population recorded||21,856|
|American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded||518|
|Asian resident population recorded||23,522|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded||2,386|
|Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded||35,417|
|Resident population of some other race recorded||17,151|
|Resident population of two or more races recorded||4,417|
Carson, California Weather Forecast
Partly Cloudy, 70 F|
Thu - Mostly Clear. High: 75 Low: 56
Fri - Partly Cloudy. High: 68 Low: 52
Sat - Mostly Sunny. High: 66 Low: 51
Sun - Sunny. High: 69 Low: 54
Mon - Sunny. High: 77 Low: 59
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| Police Beat 081613|
Coast Hwy | 30600 Block | Tuesday, August 13 | 8:02 p.m. Cell Caller
Ali Hojreh, 45, Laguna Beach
Tuesday, August 13
Coast Hwy | 30900 Block | Shoplifting; Parole Hold
4:09 p.m. Chastain Chichon Carson, 40, no fixed address, was arrested after he was detained at Albertsons for taking liquor for petty theft. His parole officer ordered that he be held without bail for violating his parole.
Forest Avenue | 300 Block | Drugs – Juvenile
12:24 a.m. A 16-year-old Laguna Beach boy was arrested at a traffic stop for felony possession of hashish and minor in possession of alcohol. He was released to a parent at the station.
Monday, August 12
Treasure Island Park | Drunk in Public
9:12 p.m. Police responded to a report of a man passed out on the lawn. Regan Philip Hess, II, 47, was arrested for being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy & Forest Avenue | Drunk in Public
8:56 p.m. Sean Clinton Kimrey, 44, Visalia, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Coast Hwy | 32300 Block | Burglary, commercial
2:10 p.m. A petty cash drawer was broken into over the weekend - $60 was stolen.
Coast Hwy | 30900 Block | Petty Theft
1:49 p.m. The RP’s wallet was stolen from a shopping cart as she shopped. She told police that she believed a woman she’d seen walking away from her cart had taken it. Police were unable to locate the possible suspect.
Picnic Beach | Challenging a Fight; Drunk in Public
12:04 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a man yelling and screaming in the park above the beach. On scene, another RP said the suspect had also challenged his family members to fight him. Dale Ira Haviland, 48, no fixed address, was arrested for disturbing the peace by challenging a fight and being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy | 1500 Block | Fraud; ID Theft
9:10 a.m. The Tax ID number for a business was used to open a Verizon wireless account.
Gainsborough Drive | 800 Block | Felony Vandalism
8:42 a.m. A job site was spray painted causing $2,000 in damage.
Sunday, August 11
Wesley Drive | 21500 Block | Burglary, residential
10:05 p.m. While the RP was away from home for three hours, someone broke in via a screen door and took prescription meds.
S. Coast Hwy | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
9:52 p.m. Robert Shaw, 54, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Cliff Drive | 200 Block | Burglary, residential
12:50 p.m. The RP told police that he had invited another man into his home for a while. They both left and went their different ways. When the RP returned later in the day, his place had been broken into and a MacBook laptop and his Play Station 3 had been stolen.
Main Beach | Warrants
7:49 a.m. Gustavo Vitale, 46, no fixed address, was arrested for two Harbor Court warrant – both with loitering charges with total bail of $6,500.August 16 2013
- Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9382:police-beat-081613&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
| Week of 07/07/2013 – 07/13/2013|
The Colusa Police Department arrested Nico Valencia, 22, of Colusa, at 12:56:00 AM on 7/10/2013, at Carson Street at 5th Street on Misdemeanor charges of Public Intoxication and was booked into the Colusa County Jail. The Williams Police Department arrested Juan Zamudio, 22, of Williams, at 5:05:00 AM on 7/10/2013, at 700 Block of Pinewood […]July 17 2013
- Source: http://williamspioneer.com/week-of-07072013-07132013/
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| Nurses Stabbed|
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Two
men are in custody for allegedly
stabbing two nurses in separate
attacks at medical facilities in
Sylmar and Torrance authorities
The first attack occurred at
Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
at 14445 Olive View Drive in
Sylmar shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday,
April 20 said sheriff's Lt.
A man -- later identified
as 26-year-old Romero Carnailla
-- bypassed the weapons
screening area at the hospital's
entrance, ran from security
guards, and disappeared into
the facility, Stephenson said.
As authorities searched the
hospital, they heard a woman
scream and then found a female
nurse with stab wounds to her
upper and lower torso, Stephenson
Carnailla, who was booked
on suspicion of assault with a
deadly weapon. He was held
on $55,000 bail, and he was
treated at a hospital for an unspecified
reason. A knife was
recovered. No information was
available on a court date.
The victim was hospitalized
in critical condition. Her name
was not released.
The second attack occurred at
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
in the 1000 block of West Carson
Street in Torrance about
9:20 a.m. Sunday, said sheriff's
Lt. Rich Burgoyne.
A nurse suffered injuries that
were not life-threatening when
a man stabbed her in the ear
with what was believed to have
been a pencil, Burgoyne said.
The suspect, identified as
38-year-old Santee resident
Thomas Robert Fredette, entered
the hospital after clearing
a weapons screening area, Burgoyne
Fredette came across a group
of nurses, grabbed one of them
from behind and stabbed her in
the ear with a sharp object, Burgoyne
said. The nurse was able
to free herself, and she helped
deputies locate the suspect, who
was taken into custody at the
scene, Burgoyne said. A pencil,
believed to be have been the
weapon, was recovered as evidence,
Fredette was booked on suspicion
of assault with a deadly
weapon, and was held on
Happening April 24 2014
- Source: http://www.sanfernandosun.com/sanfernsun/news/10579-nurses-stabbed
| Leading Off: Republic FC takes aim at USL Pro attendance records|
Republic FC president Warren Smith boasted last month that the USL Pro expansion team’s first match in Sacramento would draw at least 20,000 fans to Hughes Stadium.
Members of the Tower Bridge Battalion, the supporter group for the Sacramento Republic FC, make their voices heard late last month at the professional soccer team’s season-opening game in Carson against L.A. Galaxy II. The Republic has its home opener Saturday night at Hughes Stadium.
Arturo Colmenares, 24, from Sacramento, a member of the Tower Bridge Battalion, the supporter group for the Sacramento Republic FC, wears a special scarf in support of the team during the season opener in Carson.
Happening April 23 2014
- Source: http://www.sacbee.com/2014/04/23/6348828/leading-off-republic-fc-takes.html#mi_rss=Latest%20News
| Palm Springs Legends II|
Back by popular demand! You won't believe your eyes when the legendary stars that made Palm Springs the place to be all gather on the McCallum Theatre stage. Relive the glorious days when these great icons lived in our Valley. Yes, they're tribute artists, but they sure do seem like the real thing: Andy DiMino as Dean Martin Lynn Roberts as Jack Benny Jim Malmberg as Johnny Carson JJ Rodgers as Ginger Rogers Tom Mullica as Red Skelton Dianne Vincent as Betty Hutton Raymond Michael as Elvis Presley Bill Johnson as Bob Hope With the Legends Orchestra Event Date: 2015-01-10 20:00:00 UTCLocation: McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert, CA
Happening April 23 2014
- Source: http://palm-desert.org/events/event-details?event=3920
| Lovato named Manzanar Superintendent|
- Press release SAN FRANCISCO – Bernadette Lovato has been selected as the new superintendent for Manzanar National Historic Site in California. Lovato is currently the District Manager for the BLM Carson City District Office, overseeing 4.8 million acres in northwestern Nevada. She will begin her new position in June, replacing former superintendent Les Inafuku, […]
Happening April 22 2014
- Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sierrawave/~3/8NZHldHKV9g/
| Bernadette Lovato named new Manzanar superintendent|
SAN FRANCISCO – Bernadette Lovato has been selected as the new superintendent for Manzanar National Historic Site in California. Lovato is currently the district manager for the Bureau of Land Management Carson City District Office, overseeing 4.8 million acres in northwestern Nevada.
Lovato will begin her new position in June, replacing former superintendent Les Inafuku, who retired.
“I have strong ties to the Owens Valley and am looking forward to joining the Manzanar team. I have had a life-long interest in inclusiveness and social equality, so this assignment is especially important to me”, said Lovato.
“Bernadette’s experience will be a great asset for the park,” said Pacific West Regional Director Chris Lehnertz. “Her background managing many different types of resources and familiarity with the area make her an excellent choice to oversee the varied and complex issues at Manzanar.”
Lovato began her federal career in 1990 in Santa Fe, New Mexico with the National Park Service Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services.
Later, she worked at Grand Canyon National Park and Glacier National Park in the concessions management program before transferring to the Bureau of Land Management in 2002.
In 2007, Lovato completed the BLM’s year-long Emerging Leader Program and moved into management, serving as associate district manager for the Colorado River District, where she oversaw more than 5.1 million acres.
In 2009, she moved to Bishop, California where she was the field manager for the BLM’s Bishop field office, before taking her present position in Carson City.
During her career she has had opportunities to work on protecting cultural resources, including preserving the Red Bus experience at Glacier National Park in 2001. She has a strong record of collaboration and coordination with tribes, counties, federal, state and local agencies, and the public.
Lovato attended New Mexico State University. She has been an active member of Rotary International since 2010, and enjoys hiking and camping.
Manzanar was one of ten sites in the western United States where Japanese Americans were incarcerated during World War II.
Manzanar National Historic Site was established in 1992 to preserve the stories of the internment of nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans during the war, and to serve as a reminder to this and future generations of the fragility of American civil liberties.
To learn more, visit www.nps.gov/manz
Happening April 22 2014
- Source: http://www.mammothtimes.com/content/bernadette-lovato-named-new-manzanar-superintendent
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