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City of Riverside, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:1,310
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:13
Forcible Rape:57
Aggravated Assault:782
Property Crime:9,631
Larceny Theft:6,278
Motor Vehicle Theft:1,273
City of Riverside, Census Data
Information About People and Demographics
Total population of residents303,871
White resident population recorded171,669
Black or African American resident population recorded21,421
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded3,467
Asian resident population recorded22,566
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded1,219
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded148,953
Resident population of some other race recorded68,111
Resident population of two or more races recorded15,418
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Riverside, Arrest Records
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Police Beat 032114
DUI Arrests Laguna Canyon Road & Woodland Drive | Tuesday, March 18 | 12:59 a.m. Eriberto Eddie Blanco, 30, Mission Viejo S. Coast Hwy & Legion Street | Sunday, March 16 | 7:39 p.m.  Fernando Perez, 27, Laguna Niguel Incident Reports Tuesday, March 18 Laguna Canyon Road | 1700 Block | Drunk in Public 5:51 p.m. Crystal Maria Ochoa, 24, Riverside, was arrested for being drunk in public. Monday, March 17 Coast Hwy | 31300 Block | Vandalism 2:34 p.m. A garage door was damaged. S. Coast Hwy | 1200 Block | Burglary, vehicle 2:25 p.m. A MacBook Pro and $425 in cash were taken from a car. High Drive | 300 Block | Burglary, vehicle 1:57 p.m. Unspecified items valued at $2500 were stolen. Nyes Place | 600 Block | Burglary, residential; Vandalism 11:34 a.m. Someone entered a garage and broke down an inside door. No losses reported. Coast Hwy | 30800 Block | Burglary 9:02 a.m. The outside doors of a storage shed were removed. $250 worth of tools were taken. Sunday, March 16 Bluff Drive | Resisting 9:03 a.m. County Park Rangers detained two males intending to issue them citations for drinking on the beach. One man cooperated – received his citation and left. Another man, identified as Rudy Ortiz Villa, 18, Santa Ana, was uncooperative with the rangers. Police said he refused to provide his name ID, or personal information and was detained until officers arrived and placed him under arrest for resisting/obstructing/delaying an officer, a misdemeanor.
March 21 2014 - Source:

Construction Site Burglary Foiled by Sharp-Eyed Citizens
A Susanville man is being held on $20,000 bail today after his attempt to steal power tools from a construction site on Riverside Drive was thwarted by observant members of the community. According to police reports, at about 6:50 on the morning of February 19th, walkers on the Susan River trail observed what they believed […]
March 14 2014 - Source:

Riverside Crash Suspect Arrested
SACRAMENTO – 57-year-old Floyd Martin was arrested after spending three weeks in the hospital following a car accident where police say he was intoxicated on drugs. The accident happened on February 13 on Riverside Blvd, and claimed the life of …
March 08 2014 - Source:

Man Arrested in Deadly Riverside Boulevard Crash
SACRAMENTO- Sacramento Police said Thursday night that they have arrested a man in the deadly Feb. 13 crash along Riverside Boulevard in Land Park. Floyd Martin, 57, is charged with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. Investigators say Martin and another …
March 07 2014 - Source:

Poway cellphone store robbery suspect arrested
A Riverside County man was behind bars Monday, accused of committing armed robberies across the San Diego area, including Poway and Oceanside cellphone shops, authorities reported.
February 04 2014 - Source:

Police Beat 011414
DUI Arrests Coast Hwy & West Street | Saturday, January 11 | 2:58 a.m. Valentin Vese, 35, Riverside Anita Street | 200 Block | Saturday | 1:11 a.m. Adena Connolly, 28, Walnut Creek Broadway | 300 Block | Thursday, January 9 | 10:33 p.m.Traffic Crash Abel Lara, 25, Brea (with a prior) Incident Reports Sunday, January 12 Alternative Sleeping Location | Trespassing 6:18 a.m. Virginia Sherrin, 66, no fixed address, was arrested for trespassing after she created a disturbance at the ASL but refused to leave when told by staff to do so. Saturday, January 11 Moss Street | 200 Block | Felony Warrant 9:43 p.m. Brian Harvey, 48, Laguna Beach, was arrested on a Harbor Court felony warrant with charges of ID theft and theft by conversion of found property with bail of $50,000. Broadway | 300 Block | False Personation 2:06 p.m. James Paul Barnes, 55, San Diego, was arrested for false personation after he gave police his deceased brother’s name when being interviewed. Friday, January 10 Crystal Cove | Drugs 4:07 p.m. A consensual search during a traffic stop led to the discovery of nearly three grams of heroin. Robin Scheiterlein, 23, Westwood, was arrested for felony possession of drugs. Jasmine Street | 400 Block | Stolen Motorcycle 10:27 a.m. A 2004 yellow and white Suzuki motorcycle was stolen overnight. Ocean Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public 1:08 a.m. Corbin Edward Ferguson, 26, Orange, was arrested for being drunk in public. Thursday, January 9 S. Coast Hwy | 1100 Block | Drunk in Public x 2 4:18 p.m. Vanessa Sandoval, 36, Florida and Ashley Abbema, 41, Texas, were both arrested for being drunk in public. Circle Way | 1300 Block | Burglary, vehicle 3:33 p.m. Two purses were taken out of a car after a window was smashed to gain entry. Bermuda Drive | 1200 Block | Theft from a Vehicle 1:50 p.m. A watch, knife, Prozac, Norco, sunglasses, an iPod and a CD case were taken out of an unlocked Toyota Tundra pickup. San Remo Drive | 1900 Block | Theft from a Vehicle 1:13 p.m. The front license plate and a transponder were taken. The victim’s black Lexus SUV had been left unlocked. S. Coast Hwy | 700 Block | Warrant Arrest 10:13 a.m. Alexander Anderson Harris, 65, no fixed address, was taken into custody for a Harbor Court warrant with a charge of brandishing a weapon with bail of $5500. Montage Laguna Beach | Credit Card Fraud 11:10 a.m. The resort learned when a credit card issuer charged them back for a $5,000 billing that it was learned that a gift card used to pay a bill had been embossed with a stolen credit card number.
January 14 2014 - Source:
Riverside, Most Wanted
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PAUL, Jacob
PAUL, Jacob Wanted for: Parole Violation Wanted since: 10-08-2013 Known aliases: N/A Distinguishing marks: N/A Description: The California Department of Corrections is currently seeking Jacob PAUL on a felony warrant for the above charge. PAUL is described as a 28-year-old White male, 6' 02' tall and weighing 165 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. PAUL was last known to reside on the 200 block of Riverside Boulevard in Roseville and is known to frequent the Citrus Heights area. He has a prior commitment for vehicle theft. If you have information: Call 1-800-AA-CRIME or 916-443-HELP; Internet; Text-A-Tip to: 274637 include 'SACTIP' plus the tip information.
October 08 2013 - Source:

FRAZIER, Leetron Alexzander
FRAZIER, Leetron Alexzander Wanted for: Robbery Wanted since: 10-08-2013 Known aliases: Staccz Distinguishing marks: N/A Description: The Sacramento Police Department is currently seeking FRAZIER, Leetron on a felony warrant for the above charge. FRAZIER is described as a 22-year-old Black male, 6' 01' tall and weighing 235 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. FRAZIER committed a strong-armed robbery at the Target at Riverside Blvd. in Sacramento on August 18, 2013. FRAZIER was last known to reside on the 5200 block of Young Street in Sacramento. If you have information: Call 1-800-AA-CRIME or 916-443-HELP; Internet; Text-A-Tip to: 274637 include 'SACTIP' plus the tip information.
October 08 2013 - Source:

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Riverside, Missing Children
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BERNICE ARREOLA, Age Now: 29, Missing: 10/26/1998. Missing From TEMECULA, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Riverside County Sheriff's Office (California) 1-951-776-1099.
February 14 2014 - Source:

ASHLEY LOPEZ, Age Now: 16, Missing: 12/20/2013. Missing From TEMECULA, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Riverside County Sheriff's Office (California) 1-951-776-1099.
January 17 2014 - Source:

JUDITH TALAVERA, Age Now: 17, Missing: 12/14/2013. Missing From RIVERSIDE, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Riverside County Sheriff's Office (California) 1-951-776-1099.
December 19 2013 - Source:

Endangered Runaway: NATASHA STALLING (CA)
NATASHA STALLING, Age Now: 16, Missing: 11/02/2013. Missing From PERRIS, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Riverside County Sheriff's Office (California) 1-951-776-1099.
November 27 2013 - Source:

Family Abduction: SILVESTRE NICOLAS (CA)
SILVESTRE NICOLAS, Age Now: 10 Month(s), Missing: 09/08/2013. Missing From RIVERSIDE, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Riverside County District Attorney's Office (California) 1-951-776-1099.
November 16 2013 - Source:

Missing: DAVID SOTO (CA)
DAVID SOTO, Age Now: 18, Missing: 11/05/2013. Missing From WILDOMAR, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Riverside County Sheriff's Office (California) 1-951-776-1099.
November 08 2013 - Source:

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Military Personnel to be Recognized for Outstanding Service
RIVERSIDE - Airmen, sailors, soldiers and Marines who receive awards from their superiors for outstanding service can now expect the same recognition from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. In a unanimous vote, the board today established the Outstanding Soldier, Sailor, Airman and Marine of the Year program. ''It's good to recognize people who are honored by their service branch,'' said Supervisor Marion Ashley, who introduced the proposal. The board in December established the Military Veterans Recognition Act, under which county residents awarded medals for bravery or other acts of distinction while serving in the U.S. military are presented with certificates of praise from the county. The new program will differ in that any member of the armed forces recognized by his or her unit commander as the serviceman or woman of the year will qualify to receive a county award. According to Ashley, the county's effort will operate as a ''companion award program'' active at any military installation in the region, including Camp Pendleton, Fort Irwin, Twentynine Palms, March Air Reserve Base and the Norco Naval Surface Warfare Center. National Guard personnel will also qualify. Ashley said recognition ceremonies may be scheduled at the outset of board meetings or at other appropriate venues, where ''hundreds of service members, community leaders and dignitaries'' can gather. The program is expected to be implemented by fall. Ashley said members of the board can bestow awards, as well as county CEO Jay Orr, assistant executive officers and county Military Affairs Commissioner Tom Freeman.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

Supervisors seek improved water conservation amid drought
RIVERSIDE - Concerned about the persistent drought plaguing California, the Board of Supervisors today directed staff to review Riverside County land-use policies and compare them to programs in Arizona and Nevada that ''more aggressively'' promote water conservation. ''The last time we took a serious look at this was in 2009,'' said Supervisor John Benoit. ''Things are changing, but not for the better in terms of the amount of water available.'' Benoit and Supervisor Marion Ashley jointly submitted a request for a comprehensive study to identify what ''best practices'' would curtail water usage by Riverside County residents and businesses. ''We're more fortunate than some areas,'' Ashley said. ''Another year of drought and Fresno may have no water.'' Ashley said much of Southern California is being spared restrictions on water usage thanks to the Metropolitan Water District, which has ''made provisions to store water and make it available for situations like this.'' The MWD is a wholesaler to almost every utility in the county. Though Ashley predicted the region would ''float through'' the current drought, he and Benoit worried about the implications of another year or two of drastically below-normal rainfall. ''We've had a number of discussions about this in the desert,'' Benoit said. ''I've heard some suggest we get rid of every golf course. But that's a big part of the economy in the Coachella Valley.'' The supervisor added that with more courses relying on recycled water for the upkeep of grounds, it was unfair to target the golfing community for excess consumption. Benoit said the bigger issue is cutting water usage by residents. ''Residential water use around the exterior of a house is 75-80 percent of what each household is using,'' Benoit said. ''That number has been stable for a long, long time. One thing I notice in my community and others is the huge green lawns in the front and rear of houses.'' The supervisor said a drive through Las Vegas and metropolitan areas throughout Arizona provide a steep contrast. ''They've more aggressively taken on the conservation approach,'' Benoit said, noting that turf lawns and rock yards are a common sight. The supervisors said that as the California Department of Water Resources takes steps to curb water consumption -- primarily by withholding allotments form the State Water Project, a network of lakes, reservoirs and storage facilities that serve 25 million Californians -- so should the county, which has not seriously addressed conservation since enacting a ''water- efficient landscape'' mandate for county-operated facilities in 2009. The board directed the Executive Office to conduct a study, with the help of the county's Water Task Force and the Western Riverside Council of Governments, to see what measures are in place in the neighboring states and whether and how similar policies might work locally. The report is due back in 90 days.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

4/21/2014 - SEXUAL ASSAULT
On Thursday evening, April  4, 2014 at about 9:00 p.m., a 34-year-old female drove to the Walmart located at 479 N. McKinley Ave. in Corona, Ca. As she exited her car, she was approached by a white male described as approximately 40 years of age, 5’07” with a slender build. He was wearing jean pants, a grey pull over hooded sweatshirt and a black baseball cap. The male asked the female for spare change. When the female reached into her car, the suspect entered her vehicle and brandished a knife toward her. He then ordered her to drive to a secluded area in Riverside County where he sexually assaulted her. The suspect had the victim drive him to La Sierra and Indiana Ave. at approximately 4:00 a.m. in Riverside, where he exited the car and fled on foot. The incident was reported to the police on Sunday evening.       The Corona Police Department is asking anyone with information on this case to call the Corona Police Department at 951-736-2330, option 3, or Detective Mario Hernandez at 951-279-3659.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

Soares, Susan Engelhard
Susan Engelhard Soares, 86, former resident of Tulare and Visalia, died in Santa Rosa on April 11, 2014. A Memorial service will be held in May in Riverside, CA. For information call 559-688-2347.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

New police academy grads
  (Press Release) The Sheriff’s Office wants to congratulate Chris Hoodman and Brian Madera (both deputies at the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office) for recently graduating from Basic Peace Officer Academy (Class 192) in Riverside at the Ben Clark Training Facility on April 10th. Trainees undergo six months of training in laws of arrest, traffic accident […]
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

Supervisors to Review Stability of County's Pension System
RIVERSIDE - Riverside County's unfunded pension liabilities are at $1.55 billion, but thanks to reforms enacted by the Board of Supervisors, closing that funding gap will be less onerous, according to a report that the board will review today. The county's Pension Advisory Review Committee has issued a comparatively brief 11-page assessment of the retirement system that covers around 38,000 current and former employees. Last year's report was just under 50 pages long. The board will delve into the latest report during its policy agenda, when Chief Financial Officer Ed Corser is expected to give a presentation. According to the PARC's findings, the county has $6.22 billion in assets -- or about 80 percent of what would be required to meet all annuities now on the county's books. The report noted that pension plans are generally considered ''sound'' whenever the funded ratio is above 80 percent. The report's authors -- Corser, Treasurer-Tax Collector Don Kent and Department of Human Resources Director Michael Stock -- said that, as long as the financial markets aren't roiled by excess volatility and the economic climate remains reasonably stable over the next decade, the county should be able to close its funding gap with the California Public Employees Retirement System, or CalPERS. The committee predicted the county would be in a position to prepay $90 million in CalPERS liabilities over the next year. Officials were also optimistic about amortizing the remaining $334 million in pension obligation bonds sold in 2005 to help bolster the retirement system. Some of the bonds have maturity dates of 21 years and are paying holders close to 5 percent annually. Positive assumptions are based on the proposition that CalPERS' investments will hit their target of 7.5 percent in annual returns, according to the PARC report. The value of CalPERS' assets is still 27 percent below what it was in 2008, prior to the Great Recession. Every quarter-point decline in returns leads to about $20 million more that the county has to pay into CalPERS to make up any shortfalls, officials said. As with last year's digest, the PARC report touted the anticipated $74 million in annual savings the county will realize as a result of pension reforms implemented in 2012. Under pre-2012 plans negotiated with collective bargaining units, public safety workers accrued retirement earnings according to a ''3 percent at 50'' formula, fixing compensation at 3 percent of the average of the three highest- paid years of an employee's career, multiplied by the number of years on the job. An employee could begin collecting full retirement at age 50. Miscellaneous workers, including clerks, technicians and nurses, received benefits based on a ''3 percent at 60'' formula. Beginning September 2012, new hires in the safety category began accruing retirement benefits under a 2 percent at 55 formula, while newly hired miscellaneous workers began accruing benefits under a 2 percent at 60 formula. Legislation signed into law by the governor added another category for public sector employees hired after Jan. 1, 2013. The lower benefit formula is 2 percent at 62 for miscellaneous and 2.7 percent at 57 for safety workers. Some of the biggest savings netted from the board-approved pension modifications will come from the phasing out of so-called ''employer-paid member contributions,'' or EPMC. The practice, instituted in the early 2000s, spared workers from having to pay their own contributions into CalPERS accounts, shifting the expense instead to taxpayers. For miscellaneous workers, the contribution amount equals 8 percent of gross earnings, and for safety workers, it's 9 percent. That's on top of the county's matching contributions. EPMC will be completely phased out this fall.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

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Flasher strikes UC Riverside, community college
UC Riverside police are searching for a suspected flasher who exposed himself to two women at a parking lot near campus.
April 23 2014 - Source:

Caregiver Accused of Killing Moreno Valley Women to Stand Trial
RIVERSIDE - A convicted felon accused of killing two Moreno Valley women for whom he worked as a caregiver, and later breaking into his sister's home and assaulting several occupants, must stand trial on murder and other charges, a judge ruled today. Drew Colston Stelp, 52, could face the death penalty if convicted of killing 78-year-old Louise Barrera and 53-year-old Annette Simms last April. Following a preliminary hearing at the Riverside Hall of Justice, Riverside County Superior Court Judge Edward Webster found there was sufficient evidence to bound Stelp over for trial on two counts each of first-degree murder and robbery, as well as one count of assault with a deadly weapon and burglary and a special circumstance allegation of multiple murders. Webster scheduled a post-preliminary hearing arraignment for May 12. Stelp remains in custody without bail at the Robert Presley Jail in Riverside. Deputies discovered Barrera and Simms during a safety check at the house they shared in the 24000 block of Bay Avenue on the morning of April 26, 2013. The women had been beaten to death with a ''sharp striking instrument'' about two days earlier, according to the criminal complaint filed against Stelp. A concerned family member requested a check of the residence after learning the defendant had been arrested in Newport Beach. Stelp allegedly fled from Newport Beach officers when they attempted to pull him over for speeding on Pacific Coast Highway on April 26. The pursuit ended when the defendant crashed his vehicle and injured himself. A couple of hours before the chase, Stelp allegedly forced his way into his sister's Garden Grove residence at 11422 Larkin Drive and attacked the housekeeper, tying her up with a dog leash. When Stelp's brother-in-law arrived home, the defendant allegedly attacked him, too, bounding the man so he couldn't move. Stelp, apparently angry with his sister over the division of their family inheritance, then began drinking alcohol and popping pills, threatening to kill his sibling, who was not home, as well as her husband and the housekeeper, Garden Grove police Lt. Jeff Nightengale alleged. He said the husband freed himself and ran next door for help, at which point Stelp fled in a blue pickup truck, culminating a short time later with the police pursuit. Stelp was treated at a hospital for his injuries and then interviewed by Riverside County sheriff's investigators regarding the double homicide in Moreno Valley, resulting in his arrest, said sheriff's Sgt. Jim Erickson. In July 1986, Stelp was convicted of felony burglary for a break-in at a Kingman, Ariz., home, according to court records.
April 22 2014 - Source:

Four arrested during day-long warrant sweep in San Jacinto
Four people were arrested on warrants for drunken driving during a day-long sweep in San Jacinto, a sergeant said today. Sheriff's deputies began their operations at 8 a.m. Saturday and ended it at 4 p.m. Those who were arrested had either failed to show up for a court date or violated the terms of their probation in an active drunken driving case, Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Robert Himmelberg said. Those arrested could face additional jail time for not appearing in court or for violating their probation, Himmelberg said.
April 20 2014 - Source:

23-year-old man arrested for stabbing girlfriend in Riverside
A woman clutched her two year old child and her leg dangled out of her boyfriend's car as she was stabbed in an attack witnessed by police, officers said today. Two police officers came upon the assault at University Avenue and Mulberry Street Friday morning and rushed to the woman and child's aid, Riverside police announced today. They saw a scuffle inside a sedan, and a woman's leg dangled from the passenger window as she tried to escape the domestic violence attack. She was left with cuts to her body and bruises to her head, and she was treated and released form a nearby hospital, Riverside police Lt. Russ Shubert said. The child escaped injury, Shubert said. Carlos Anthony Ebro, 23, was subdued and arrested for suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment and a host of other crimes tied to the alleged attack. Ebro was also arrested on warrants for misdemeanor spousal abuse and a misdemeanor burglary count from Orange County, records showed. Ebro remained in custody today in lieu of $90,000 bail.
April 19 2014 - Source:

Temecula: Police arrest seven men for solicitation of prostitution
Officers assigned to the City of Temecula arrested seven men for solicitation of prostitution in various locations throughout the city during an undercover 'John' sting that took place from 5:00 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 17, a Sheriff's official reported.''John' programs concentrate on the men who solicit women for prostitution-related activities,' Sgt. Chris Gaskins said in a Riverside County Sheriff's Report. The following men were arrested for solicitation and booked at the Southwest Detention Center, according to Gaskins. Adolfo Vega of Moreno ValleyWayne Hawkins of Lake ElsinoreNathaniel Gilman of TemeculaRobert Mills of MurrietaBrett Moorhead of Murrieta John Garlick of McKinney, TexasJuan Gabriel Hernandez of MurrietaAccording to the report, the solicitation sting is one of many planned operations in Temecula in order to mantain the quality of life there. Those who have questions about the program are encouraged to contact Sgt. Gaskins at (951) 696-3128.
April 19 2014 - Source:

Coachella festival still going strong with 28 more arrests
Twenty-eight patrons of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival were arrested for drug and alcohol-related offenses overnight as the second and final version of the yearly outdoor festival got underway, police said today. Eight of those patrons were caught either in possession, or under the influence, of drugs. The remaining 20 were nabbed for public intoxication, underage drinking or being minors in possession of alcohol, Indio police spokesman Ben Guitron said. There were no vehicular mishaps to report today thanks in part to shuttle services and well-publicized directions to the event by the media, Guitron said.'Traffic was good,'' he said. 'We did really well.'' Friday's arrest totals followed the death of 24-year-old Kimchi Truong, an Oakland resident who collapsed at the Empire Polo Club last Saturday and died Thursday at Desert Regional Medical Center. Her autopsy could take as longas six weeks, the Riverside County Coroner's Office reported. Guitron said no one has ever died at the festival, which is in its seventh year, but at least one attendee died outside the festivals grounds in 2008. Benjamin Muller, 21, of La Mesa, was found unconscious on private property in the 82-500 block of Avenue 50, where he was camping, and was later pronounced dead. Last year, Monte Gardner, 59, of La Verne, was struck and killed by a motorist allegedly high on drugs at Avenue 52 and Madison Street. Gardner, an employee of the festival, was on way to take care of errands when he was hit, Guitron said today. Guitron said festival-goers need to be careful in everything they do, and be mindful of the law. 'It doesn't just have to be something illegal to pass away ... you still need to be careful. It's about choices,'' he said. It was not immediately known how many medical aid calls were made during the festival last weekend or on Friday. A final tally won't probably be known until next week, Riverside County Fire Department spokeswoman Jody Hagemannsaid. About 90,000 music lovers flocked to both weekends of the perennially
April 19 2014 - Source:

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