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Man charged with firing gun into Riverside Police station

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - A Riverside has been charged with firing a gun into a Riverside Police station nearly a month ago, according to the department. The shooting happened back on June 4, but police didn't even know it had happened until a few days later. Riverside Police say that one of the custodians at the Magnolia Avenue Station reported hearing a loud noise that morning, but didn't know where it came from.
RIVERSIDE, CA
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Two people killed in suspected drunk driving pursuit

A suspected drunk driver and his passenger were killed when he tried to evade police during a speedy but brief pursuit from La Habra into Rowland Heights, where his vehicle crashed into another vehicle, authorities said Saturday.Paramedics took the driver of the second vehicle to a hospital with minor injuries, according to Sgt. Erik Roy of the La Habra Police Department.La Habra police officers had conducted a traffic stop for a possible drunk driver at about 10:40 p.m. Friday, Roy said."The vehicle initially yielded in the area of Harbor Boulevard and Arbolita Drive, before fleeing northbound at a high rate of speed," he said.The short pursuit ended in the area of Fullerton Road and Aguiro Street in Rowland Heights.Paramedics pronounced the driver and his passenger dead at the scene.
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One Killed in Fiery Riverside Crash

At least one person was killed Friday in a crash that left a semi trailer on fire in Corona. Officers from the California Highway Patrol responded at approximately 2:40 a.m. to the southbound Corona (15) Freeway and the Temescal Canyon Road on ramp, where they found the big rig on fire, according to the CHP.
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1 Killed, 4 Injured in Single-Car Accident on 10 Freeway [Redlands, CA]

REDLANDS, CA (July 1, 2022) – Sunday evening, one victim was killed and four were injured in a single-car accident on 10 Freeway. According to the California Highway Patrol, the incident happened around 7:50 p.m., in the westbound lanes near Ford Street. Furthermore, police said a 2002 Toyota passed...
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CHP officers arrest suspect in 91 Freeway shooting

Authorities made an arrest in connection with a road rage incident turned shooting on State Route 91 on June 23.After investigation, California Highway Patrol officers were led to believe that 20-year-old Rialto resident Brian Jimenez was the man who fired several rounds at another vehicle at around 10:10 p.m. on SR-91 in Corona. He was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of attempted murder, negligent discharge of a firearm and assault with a deadly weapon. Investigators were able to obtain the license plate number for Jimenez's Kia Optima and broadcast the information to law enforcement agencies in the surrounding area. Rialto Police Department officers located Jimenez, driving his Kia, and took both he and his vehicle into custody."The California Highway Patrol takes all cases of highway violence seriously," said Riverside Area Commander Captain Levi Miller in a statement. "We continue to aggressively investigate these incidents."Anyone who may have witnessed the incident was asked to contact the Riverside CHP Investigative Unit at (951) 637-8000.
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Sun Communities Buys Southern California MHC for $18M

HARRI5 brokered the sale of Bel Air Estates, an over 55 community in Menifee. Sun Communities has expanded its Southern California portfolio with the acquisition of Bel Air Estates, a manufactured housing community in Menifee, Calif. Public records show a local private investor sold the 200-site community for $18 million. HARRI5 brokered the transaction.
MENIFEE, CA
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Claremont Freedom 5K brings back fun

Bright and early Saturday morning participants and volunteers began to arrive at Memorial Park for the city’s yearly racing tradition, the 2022 Freedom 5000, sponsored by the City of Claremont and Claremont High School cross country team and boosters. Spirits were high despite the event being held in the...
CLAREMONT, CA
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'I love the Lake Elsinore Storm': Mayor calls no-hitter

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Claremont Cancels July Fourth Fireworks Show Due to California Drought

The city of Claremont canceled its Fourth of July fireworks show due to the risk of brush fires amid the extended California drought. Fireworks shows are the traditional way to celebrate Independence Day, but for some communities across the southwest, including Arizona, Colorado and California, there will be no fireworks this year.
CLAREMONT, CA
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SAN BERNARDINO APPROVES CHANGES TO COUNTY SHORT-TERM RENTAL ORDINANCE

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Arrest made in 91 Freeway road rage shooting: CHP

CORONA, Calif. - An arrest has been made in connection with a road rage shooting on the 91 Freeway, according to California Highway Patrol. The suspect, 20-year-old Brian Jimenez of Rialto, is believed responsible for the road rage shooting in Corona on June 23, CHP said. No injuries were reported.
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Gofundme launched for Hesperia truck driver stabbed to death near Fresno

AVENAL, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A 51-year-old truck driver from Hesperia named Joe Madeira, was stabbed to death in a random attack after giving the suspect a ride. On June 25, 2022, Madeira was traveling through the Fresno area when he came across a stranded 21-year-old man later identified as Isaiah Harley, a resident of San Francisco, along the road.
HESPERIA, CA
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