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|Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft:||159|
|Information About People and Demographics|
|Total population of residents||100,097|
|White resident population recorded||70,880|
|Black or African American resident population recorded||4,132|
|American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded||1,079|
|Asian resident population recorded||9,765|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded||368|
|Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded||24,727|
|Resident population of some other race recorded||7,928|
|Resident population of two or more races recorded||5,945|
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| Police Beat 121013|
S. Coast Hwy | 300 Block | Sunday, December 8 | 1:01 a.m. Cell Caller
Suzie Kim, 52, Newport Coast
S. Coast Hwy & Moss Street | Saturday, December 7 | 1:51 a.m.
Matthew McCray, 24, Rolling Hills
Monterey Street | 31400 Block | Saturday | 12:16 a.m.
Kevin Bushard Gabrielson, 30, Tustin (with a prior)
N. Coast Hwy | 200 Block | Saturday | 12:15 a.m.
John James Ronald Ansett. 29, Laguna Beach
Sunday, December 8
El Toro Rd & Laguna Canyon Rd | Warrant Arrest
2:45 a.m. Police responded to a report of a stranded motorist and made contact with Temecula resident Dustin Taylor Scott, 23. Wants and warrants came back with a no bail warrant out of San Diego County for violation of probation – dangerous drugs.
Ocean Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
12:05 a.m. Karl William Brady, 24, Anaheim, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Saturday, December 7
Park Avenue | 400 Block | Homeless Encampment; Arrests
4:25 p.m. Church staff reported that three people had set up a tent off the alleyway in the back. Police made contact with two men and a woman. One man, Christopher Gregory Reiman, 21, no fixed address, refused an officer’s request to identify himself ‘numerous times” offering only what police termed as, “…evasive answers.” He was eventually taken into custody for illegal lodging, being drunk in public and resisting/delaying/obstructing an officer. It was then learned that he had a Long Beach warrant for misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and being under the influence of a controlled substance with bail of $30,000. Also taken into custody was Adrienne Leigh Sutphin, 21, no fixed address out of West Virginia, on charges of being drunk in public and illegal lodging. The other man was issued a citation for illegal lodging.
S. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Vandalism
2:56 p.m. A garage door was damaged.
Ramona Avenue | 500 Block | Drunk in Public
10:44 a.m. Curtis Grant Abbott, 50, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Main Beach | Drunk in Public
6:05 a.m. Robert John Shaw, 55, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Friday, December 6
S. Coast Hwy | 100 Block | Drunk in Public
7:20 p.m. Daniel Schneider, 48, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy | 2500 Block | Credit Card Fraud
1:33 p.m. A fraudulent AMEX card was used to pay a $4748 hotel bill.
Ocean Vista Drive | 21500 Block | Drugs
2:30 a.m. Officers conducted a vehicle search after the driver was determined to be on formal probation. Persons on probation are subject to being searched at all times. Methamphetamine was found leading to the arrest of Nicholas Davila, 23, for felony possession of drugs. Trabuco Canyon resident Trevor Francis Wanket, 23, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Thursday, December 5
Poplar Street | 400 Block | Grand Theft
7:56 p.m. The RP reported that three pieces of jewelry valued at $20,000 were missing.
Wesley Drive | 21500 Block | Grand Theft
6:34 p.m. Jewelry was stolen from the home. Workmen had been there.
Capistrano Beach | Felony Warrant Arrest
9:44 a.m. LBPD detectives arrested Carrie Jo Smith, 44 of Tennessee, on a no bail Alabama warrant for fraud. Police said an informant directed them to her location. The warrant was verified and the arrest followed.
Wednesday, December 4
Third Avenue & Wildwood | Warrant Arrest
4:38 p.m. Robert Mario Federiconi, 58, Escondido, was arrested during a traffic stop for a Harbor Court traffic warrant with $15,000 bail.
Broadway | 300 Block | Resisting
9:49 a.m. An officer attempted to make contact with a man who had thrown an alcohol bottle after he realized the officer had seen him. The suspect repeatedly refused the officer’s order that he stop but he continued to walk away. A second officer was able to cut him off and Gordon Weider, 66, no fixed address, stopped when he was told a taser would be used if he didn’t. He was arrested for resisting/obstructing/delaying an officer and littering.December 10 2013
- Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10406:police-beat-121013&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
| Police Beat 112613|
N. Coast Hwy | 1300 Block | Sunday, November 24 | 2:31 a.m.
Timothy Michael Gulliver, 27, Temecula
Laguna Canyon Road | 3000 Block | Saturday, November 23 | 3:18 a.m. Traffic Crash
Tiffany Atkinson, 36, Costa Mesa (with a prior)
Cliff Drive & Beach Street | Saturday | 1:35 a.m.
Jairo Romomarugan, 35, San Diego
N. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Friday, November 22 | 1:50 a.m.
Cedric Claude Guy Dacquay, 23, Irvine
Coast Hwy & Vista Del Sol | Thursday, November 21 | 11:35 p.m. Traffic Crash
Steven Martin Chernow, 60, Laguna Niguel
Sunday, November 24
S. Coast Hwy & St. Ann’s Drive | Drunk in Public
12:57 a.m. Nicholas Hunt, 25, New York, was arrested for being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Drunk in Public
Midnight. Christopher James Noble, 22, San Diego
Saturday, November 23
Third Street | 300 Block | Drunk in Public
7:42 p.m. Gordon Neider, 65, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Griffith Way | 600 Block | Warrant Arrest
5:21 p.m. Officers responded to the area for a reported disturbance. On scene, they arrested Shannon Christine Belknap, 31, Laguna Beach, on a Harbor Court warrant for failure to appear and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Broadway Bus Depot | Warrant Arrest
3:41 p.m. David Edward Lente, 47, no fixed address, was taken into custody for an outstanding Harbor Court warrant with a charge of public intoxication. The court set bail at $5000.
N. Coast Hwy & Boat Canyon Drive | Burglary, vehicle
4:04 p.m. Equipment valued at $900 was taken out of a locked van.
Friday, November 22
Anita Street | 400 Block | Drugs; Theft
8:08 p.m. A 17-year-old male was arrested for possession of heroin and theft after his mother called police. The boy had been a reported runaway for about a week, police said. Officers found a small amount of heroin on a knife in his possession and he admitted to stealing a $500 necklace from his mother earlier in the week. He said he’d sold it but didn’t recall who bought it from him. He was booked at the city jail and released to his mother.
Coast Hwy | 31800 Block | Drunk in Public
2:11 p.m. Michael Faircloth, 57, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Broadway | 200 Block | Warrant Arrest
9:40 a.m. Gary E. Rice, 60, Garden Grove, was arrested on a Harbor Court traffic warrant.
Ceanothus Drive | 31100 Block | Vandalism
9:34 a.m. A tree was cut down on the RP’s property.
Thursday, November 21
Broadway | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
4:29 p.m. Christopher Hawks, 47, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Pinecrest Drive | 300 Block | Burglary, residential
3:57 p.m. Golf Clubs valued at $450 were stolen from the RP’s garage.
Victory Walk | 1200 Block | Grand Theft
11:02 a.m. Outdoors furniture value at $1500 was taken.
N. Coast Hwy | 1300 Block | Under the Influence
5:51 a.m. Julie Anne Lane, 23, no fixed address, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Wednesday, November 20
N. Coast Hwy | 100 Block | Vandalism, vehicle
10:28 p.m. A man threw a brick through the window of a BMW. Police were unable to locate the suspect in the area.
Forest Avenue | 300 Block | Shoplifting
1:08 p.m. A bracelet valued at $700 was taken from a boutique.
Lower Cliff Drive | 200 Block | Stolen Car
A 1993 black Honda Civic was stolen.
Dyer Place | 1000 Block | Warrant Arrest
10:25 a.m. Police assisted a resident in removing an unwanted guest. The guest, Adrianne Marie Freeman, 34, San Diego, was arrested for a Harbor Court traffic warrant with $1500 bail.
S. Coast Hwy | 2000 Block | Vandalism
7:17 a.m. A caller said a known suspect was throwing eggs at the house. Police were not able to locate the suspect in the area.November 26 2013
- Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10278:police-beat-112613&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
| Police Beat 082013|
S. Coast Hwy & Pearl Street | Sunday, August 18 | 3:40 a.m.
Joseph Emanuel Mendoza, 24, Camarillo (with a prior)
El Toro Road & 73 Toll Road | Saturday, August 17 | 12:26 a.m.
Samuel Castro, 42, Mission Viejo
A passenger, David Farrell Sestini, 40, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public
S. Coast Hwy & Anita Street | Saturday | 12:26 a.m.
Cary Charles Sowers, 52, Colorado
Laguna Canyon Road & Canyon Acres Drive | Thursday, August 15 | 9:43 p.m. Cell Caller
Stefanie Orbregoso, 29, Aliso Viejo
Coast Hwy | 31600 Block | Thursday | 8:47 p.m. Traffic Crash
Virginia Annette Armstrong, 50, Laguna Beach
Sunday, August 18
S. Coast Hwy | 900 Block | Vandalism
6:33 a.m. Someone smashed the memorial in front of Penguin Café put together by community members to honor William McMurray.
Park Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
12:42 a.m. Bradford Arthur Sturtevant, 39, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Saturday, August 17
Fairview Street | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
7:44 p.m. Police responded to a report of a man creating a disturbance by knocking on doors at several home on Fairview. A caller said he indicated he was looking for an old girlfriend. As it turned out – that old girlfriend was one of the callers and she didn’t want him there either. The cops were given the following description according to the police log: “…wearing Levi shorts, a gray T-shirt, a hat and yellow shoes…a very large man…” They were able to find him straight away and arrested Texas resident Jeffrey Scott Lujan, 43, for being drunk in public.
S. Coast Hwy | 700 Block | Shoplifting
7:06 p.m. Jewelry valued at $140 was taken. The suspect was described as a older man with a dark complexion wearing a black fedora.
Coast Hwy | 30300 Block | Drunk in Public
12:36 p.m. A man was reportedly passed out on the beach between Blue Lagoon and Montage Laguna Beach. Curtis Abbott, 48, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Laguna Avenue | 200 Block | Drunk in Public
3:13 a.m. Ryan Patrick McGier, 26, Trabuco Canyon, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Friday, August 16
Forest Avenue | 300 Block | Shoplifting
11:26 a.m. A woman left the store without paying for a purse. She was described as in her mid 40s with dark hair and wearing a multi-colored print dress. She drove off in a silver Prius.
S. Coast Hwy | 1100 Block | Drunk in Public
2:14 a.m. A cab driver asked for help – his fare was passed out in the backseat. Sterling Jack Whitaker, 28, San Clemente, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Thursday, August 15
Oceanfront | 700 Block | Theft from a Vehicle
6:03 p.m. A purse was taken from an unlocked vehicle. The RP told police that a credit card had been used in Temecula.
Cliff Drive | 400 Block | Drunk in Public
3:23 p.m. Ronnie Doyle Roberts, 54, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public. He was arrested on the same charge on Wednesday.
Wednesday, August 14
S. Coast Hwy & Pearl Street | Warrant Arrest
6:34 p.m. Jonathan Hansen, 23, Laguna Beach, was taken into custody for an outstanding Harbor Court warrant with a charge of battery. Bail: $15,000.
N. Coast Hwy & Emerald Bay | Warrant Arrest
5:30 p.m. Newport Coast resident Paul Anthony Minite, 29, was arrested for a Harbor Court warrant with a change of vandalism. Bail was set at $25,000.
PCH & Crown Valley Parkway | Warrant Arrest
2:04 p.m. Ladera Ranch resident Arturo Vazquez, 36, was arrested for a Harbor Court warrant for operating a commercial vehicle with improper registration. Bail: $10,000,
S. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Drunk in Public x 2
1:50 p.m. Alexander Harrison Harris, 65, no fixed address, and Ryan Philip Hess, 47, no fixed address, were arrested for being drunk in public after the were found passed out in an alleyway.
S. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Felony Vandalism
7:36 p.m. A BMW 535i was keyed down both sides.August 20 2013
- Source: http://stunewslaguna.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9412:police-beat-082013&catid=2:police-beat&Itemid=2
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| Nafe Menifee attends Dr. Phil taping, raises $825 for Boys & Girls Club|
MENIFEE The Nafe Menifee network recently made a trip to Dr. Phil on April 1 to film a show taping.Menifee Nafe heard that the new Boys and Girls Club needed to raise more money open a club in Menifee and jumped on the opportunity to make a difference.Robbie Motter, Nafes western regional coordinator, immediatelycontacted Dr. Phils staff and they senta chartered bus paid for by Dr. Phil. The staff will also be sending the Boys Dr. Desiree Reedusfrom Temecula made fantastic cookies for everyone; Sheila Caruso, Avon distributor, donated 96 bottles of water and she also donated three door prizes; Sue Lopez, Realtor with LCL Realty in Menifee, donated a door prize; green cloth bags were donated by the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce; and Leslie Gugliemettiof Menifee made muffins. The Nafe Menifee group holds monthly meetings the secondWednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m.atBostonBillies restaurant in Sun City. Contact Robbie Motter at 951-255-9200 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. A Murrieta group also meets the fourth Thursday of each month at RJs Sizzling Steer at noon. Contact Michelle Jones at 951-440-9144 or email@example.com.
Happening April 11 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/77478/
| Murrieta woman seeks late sons stolen toys|
When Murrieta resident Ashley Norris had her purse stolen out of her locker at the Murrieta location of L.A. Fitness, she didnt care about the credit cards, the money, the social security card or any of the other items that had monetary value; the only thing she cared about were the toys inside the purse. The toys werent just any toys after all. They belonged to her 1-year-old son Timothy, who unexpectedly passed away from an illness last year. The first of the two toys was a series of colorful rings attached to a bird by a small tug chain. When the chain was pulled the bird would shake and buzz, according to Norris. Norris said the other thing that Timothy loved was a yellow rubber wristband, the kind that are commonly associated with various causes. Norris went to the gym around 11:45 a.m. on Monday, March 31. She locked her purse and its various contents inside the locker as she usually did and went to work out, assuming that everything would be fine. However, when she returned she noticed that something unusual had happened to her locker. It was open and the contents had been cleared out save for a bobby pin that was their before she had even put her items in. Thats how she knew it was her locker and that her items had been stolen. The burglar had not cut the lock that Norris used to prevent her items from being stolen. Instead they had cut the hinge of the locker itself in order to get inside, she said. The next step, Norris said, was for her to go to the front desk. She inquired if the gym staff had gone into the locker for any particular reason and was told they did not. I told them my lock was gone, my locker had been cut and my purse was no longer there, she said. And they said, No we didnt cut any locks; obviously somebody stole it. A staff member accompanied the theft victim back to her locker and not only verified that her items had been stolen, but that multiple lockers had been burglarized. Since that time Norris has been back to the gym to inquire if anyone saw anything and has posted flyers at various locations to see if someone might be able to give her any information that could lead to the thiefs identity. She said she even wondered if the individual who took the toys might return them. One way that Norris has been able to gather information is by following up on purchases that have been made on her credit card since the time its been stolen. She knows its been used at a Target in Murrieta as well as the Promenade Mall in Temecula, leading her to believe that the people who have her card are from the local area. A couple using her card have been caught in a surveillance video purchasing gas at a gas station near the Promenade she said, but that hasnt led to any definitive leads. For now, Norris continues to post flyers in the hopes that someone might do the right thing and help her to get her sons toys back. She said shes aware of the possibility that the toys might have been thrown away, but thats not stopping her from looking and trying to get the burglar to do the right thing. Im sure at this point theyve thrown them away, she said. But if you can go in your trashcan and pull them out if you can and drop them off if you can; Im not going to ask any questions. You can use the purse and whatever else you want inside the purse; I just want the toys back, she said.
Happening April 11 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/77470/
| Reality Rally brings stars, fans together|
Gillian Larson is at it again. The former Survivor contestant and Temecula resident will bring the popular Reality Rally back to Temecula this weekend, April 11-13 and this years event promises to be bigger and better than ever.The event, featuring 120 television reality stars from 39 reality TV shows, allows fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with personalities such as three-time Survivor Player Tina Wesson. Also appearing this year are the original Survivor winner and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Richard Hatch, Inaugural Amazing Race Winner, Brennan Swain and retired NFL offensive linebacker Lance Zeno, of the Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers, just to name a few.Larson said she came up with the idea for Reality Rally while she was playing Survivor Gabon, during the shows 17th season. It took her eight years to be cast on CBSs popular reality show.I could never explain my burning passion and desire to get on that show, Larson said. I think I was guided in that direction. I tried for eight years, I played for six days, lost 12 pounds and I had a five week vacation. I said to myself, what is this all about? Then this idea about Reality Rally just came to me. I took an idea in my head from the jungles of Africa in Gabon and it has grown to be an amazing, amazing event.Larson said she suddenly realized she now belonged to this reality world family and that through them she could make a difference. I love Temecula, its an amazing town and I wanted to be able to do something for a charity in Temecula, Larson said. I also love Michelles place, I read about their story and what they do for people in this area and beyond and it suddenly came to me that I could use my mini celebrityI could do something in Temecula raising money for Michelles place.Larson said being connected to the reality world has been a blessing, leading her to utilize fan bases for each individual star that comes to Reality Rally to raise money for Michelles Place Breast Cancer Resource Center from out of town instead of tapping into funds from just the local area.Its such a great town, we support each others charities all the time and I want to be able to bring in money from the outside rather than tap our own resources in town and that is exactly what we do, she said noting last years money was brought in from 16 countries and every one of the 50 states by using the reality star component. Every star has a fan base and we tap that component because each star actually has to raise $400 to be here.A production team of about 50 people come together every year planning events such as the Meet and Greet and the Celebrity reception, a Casino Night at Wilson Creek Winery and the actual Amazing Race style game through Old Town Temecula. What I love about it the most is we have people who come onboard and they all are so involved in making this happen and each one of them has a piece of it, she said. Its an our event. Larson, who has lived in Temecula for 13 years, said while she never could explain that passion to be on Survivor, she now sees where that desire actually came from. Clearly it was to be off Survivor and be able to use Survivor, she said. Its amazing, we are just ordinary, everyday people who are on these reality shows but its so weird because I am just a little old lady from Temecula but people get so excited when they see me. Reality Rally is the largest event in the country bringing the stars out to meet the public. Let me make it clear the entire thing is for the public, she said. They are here to meet the public, to sign autographs with them, to take pictures with them and all the while raising money for Michelles Place.New to this years event will be a Celebrity Chefs Showcase on Sunday. Fourteen chefs from nine different cooking shows including Chopped, Hells Kitchen, Restaurant Express and Cutthroat Kitchen will be competing against each other all for the fans enjoyment.The weekend kicks off at Michelles Place on Friday at 4:30 p.m. when the reality stars and media take a tour to learn about the breast cancer resource center and why it is they are raising money.I want them to meet the Watson family, she said. I want them to know why they raise money.While each reality star has to raise $400 to participate, many of them go above and beyond that fundraising goal.I think there are 30 who have raised over a thousand and one young girl from Canada has raised $13,000, just by tapping her fan base, Larson said. Its amazing. The money raised goes to the Breast Health Assistance Program which funds mammograms and ultrasounds for those who cant afford them as well as to other support programs such as the Wellness Program, Pink Ribbon Assistance and other support services. This is an opportunity for all those people who love reality television, said Larson. People can ask what was it like to be on Naked and Afraid, Survivor or the Amazing Race. People can come to talk to them. Thats why they are here, to talk to the public while raising money for Micheles place. Its amazing. Larson said she will constantly have gratitude to the production team who makes it all happen and for the sponsors who provide virtually everything needed to make the event successful every year. Cancer affects everybody in some way, both my brother and my parents died of cancer so that is why I am driven to cancer type fundraising, she said. Michelle was a young woman that shouldnt have died. Had she been fully diagnosed when she was 19, then she would not have died when she was 26 and thats my message that I want to get out. Everybody, we, the people, have a huge power in our hands, its called a dollar. If everybody gave one dollar today, you never know if that dollar could save one or two lives, by paying the cost of that mammogram or ultrasound for someone who might not be able to afford it on their own. How powerful is that? One dollar could do that.If you go:Reality Rally has family fun and events but be aware that players must be 16-years-old to compete in Saturdays race. Childrens areas and checkpoints will be set up across Old Town Temecula for families to get out and play together. Most events are free to watch, but some such as Friday nights Celebrity Reception the Red Carpet Celebration on Saturday and Sundays Breakfast with the stars require a ticket. For a complete listing of dates, times and locations of events throughout the weekend or for more information, visit www.realityrally.com. For more information on Michelles Place Breast Cancer Resource Center, visit www.michellesplace.org.
Happening April 11 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/77468/
| Phoenix Patriot Band to perform at Avocado Festival|
TEMECULA The Phoenix Patriot Band will be performing at the Avocado Festival Sunday, April 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the food court located at E. Hawthorne St. They will be playing a mixed genre of rock cover songs. The band serves as a signature band supporting the music program of the Phoenix Patriot Foundation (PPF), a 501 c3 non-profit organization providing direct support to severely wounded veterans enabling them to fully recover, reintegrate, and remain engaged in serving America. CEO/founder Jared Ogden, former Navy SEAL and cast member on Ultimate Survival Alaska, founded the PPF in the spring of 2010 after his last deployment to Afghanistan, where teammate Navy SEAL Lt. Dan Cnossen was severely injured by an IED resulting in the amputation of both legs. During several visits to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center to see Cnossen, Ogden was inspired to create an organization dedicated to help injured veterans find new meaning and passion in their lives. Through individually tailored programs, the PPF focuses on ensuring independence and lifelong sustainability, enabling each hero to follow their passion and return to a life of service within their communities and the nation.Darrin Isham, band leader and ambassador to the PPF, created the music program to help the PPF and its mission. The band serves as a platform to raise awareness, participate in fundraising efforts, and engage in music recording projects with wounded veterans who possess a background in music. The band is scheduled to support several key events this year for the PPF.For more information on The Phoenix Patriot Band and the Phoenix Patriot Foundation, visit them at www.PhoenixPatriotBand.com and www.PhoenixPatriotFoundation.org.
Happening April 10 2014
- Source: http://www.thevillagenews.com/story/77402/
| Deputy hurt in collision with van in Temecula|
TEMECULA - A Riverside County sheriff's deputy was recovering today from injuries suffered when his motorcycle collided with a van in Temecula. The crash happened around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Bedford Court and Temecula Parkway, according to sheriff's Sgt. Steve Fredericks. He said the deputy, who was on traffic patrol at the time of the collision on the eastbound side of Temecula Parkway, 'sustained moderate to severe injuries' but was expected to make a full recovery. The California Highway Patrol was investigating the collision. The agency's assistance is requested by the sheriff's department any time one of its on-duty personnel is involved in a crash.
Happening April 10 2014
- Source: http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/77461/
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