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Moreno Valley homeowner ‘justified’ for shooting intruder, sheriff says

A homeowner who shot an intruder early Wednesday morning in Moreno Valley is unlikely to face criminal charges after the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department determined he was justified in shooting the alleged suspect. The Sheriff’s Department received a call about a burglary in progress happening at a home on the 24300 block of Eucalyptus Avenue […]
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93-year-old was ‘justified’ in severely injuring a home intruder, California cops say

A homeowner who shot an intruder in California was “justified” in his actions, police say. Deputies arrived just after midnight on Wednesday, June 29, to find one man had been shot by the 93-year-old homeowner in the 24300 block of Eucalyptus Avenue in Moreno Valley, according to a news release from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. The wounded intruder was taken to a hospital and listed in critical condition.
MORENO VALLEY, CA
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Two arrested on weapon and drug charges in Riverside

Originally published as a Riverside Police Department Facebook post:. “Yesterday morning, just before 8:00 a.m., Riverside Fire personnel responded to a medical aid call at a business in the 5600 block of Tyler Street. They encountered an unconscious male laying on the ground next to a car. The male was initially unconscious but quickly woke up when the paramedics attempted to help him.
RIVERSIDE, CA

Palm Desert jewelry store employee injured during armed robbery

Three armed suspects remain on the loose after an armed robbery in Palm Desert Tuesday morning. The robbery happened at the 111 Jewelry and Watch Repair store on the 73200 block of Highway 111. A spokesperson for the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said that three Black male adults entered the store with weapons shortly before The post Palm Desert jewelry store employee injured during armed robbery appeared first on KESQ.
PALM DESERT, CA
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Get a Taste of the Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Scene With the 2022 Summer Eats Pass

Greater Palm Springs restaurants offer something for everyone with a variety of cuisines that range from Asian fusion to California and French. Download this season’s free mobile Summer Eats Pass, and you can get dining perks and discounts! And every time you use the pass to check in to a restaurant, you’ll have the opportunity to enter a weekly drawing for a $50 gift card to a Greater Palm Springs restaurant. Here are 13 great eateries to dine at this season, along with the Summer Eats deals they’re offering. 2022 Summer Eats Pass.
PALM SPRINGS, CA
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Death of Hemet Policeman Leaves Department in Mourning

A 39-year-old Hemet police officer who died in his sleep for reasons unknown was being mourned Wednesday by colleagues, friends and family. Officer John Dombrowski of Hemet passed sometime in the predawn hours Tuesday, according to the Hemet Police Department. “Officer Dombrowski served the city and its residents with class,...
HEMET, CA

“They kick us to the curb”: Employee reacts to sudden closing of Valley mental health facility

Thursday, June 30th marks the last day for employees at RI International Mental Health Urgent Care in Palm Springs. Peer Support Specialist, Jessica Hurst, has been with the company for almost 4 years. “I felt violated, I felt used, I felt like I didn’t matter. That none of us mattered to this company. That we’re The post “They kick us to the curb”: Employee reacts to sudden closing of Valley mental health facility appeared first on KESQ.
PALM SPRINGS, CA
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REV grad’s new gig: USC Trojan Marching Band drum major

Jacobo Herrera, a Redlands East Valley High School graduate, is the new face of the USC Trojan Marching Band, also known as the “Spirit of Troy.” Each time he dons the drum major’s custom armor, sandals and tunic and raises the highly polished sword, he becomes the embodiment of the USC fighting spirit.
REDLANDS, CA
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Decoy Operation In Palm Desert; Three Citations Issued

Tattoos on arm of bartender pouring beer from a tap at a bar. Photo by Alpha Media USA Portland OR. On Friday June 24th 2022, deputies in Palm Desert joined agents from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, for a Minor Decoy Operation at multiple bars and restaurants throughout the City of Palm Desert.
PALM DESERT, CA
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California homeowner, 93, critically wounds intruder

MORENO VALLEY, Calif. — A 93-year-old California man shot at least one intruder after being attacked when several people invaded his home, authorities said. Joe Teague, of Moreno Valley, opened fire inside his home shortly after midnight on Wednesday, KNBC-TV reported. “The fact is, when they broke in they...
MORENO VALLEY, CA
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Fourth of July celebration to embrace new tradition at Moore Middle School

The Redlands Fourth of July Committee will host in-person Fourth of July events for the first time since the onset of COVID-19. Last year, the fireworks show was moved to Moore Middle School, but did not have any in-person attendees due to COVID restrictions. This year will be the first time in the 55-year Redlands Fourth of July Committee history that the pyrotechnic show will be held at Moore Middle School with an audience on the field.
REDLANDS, CA
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Bruich to have field named in his honor

A person familiar to Redlands East Valley and Citrus Valley high schools and, really, high school football fans all over Southern California, is getting his just rewards. The Fontana Unified School District board recently voted to change the name of the football field at Fontana High School to Dick Bruich Field at Steeler Stadium.
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