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Sheriff's Department Investigating How Middle School Students Got Cannabis-Laced Gummies

An investigation was underway today to ascertain how four students at a Moreno Valley middle school obtained marijuana-laced snacks that caused them to become ill. "This is an active investigation and deputies are still investigating the incident to determine the origin of the substance and if any criminal acts were committed,'' Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Jerry Franchville said.
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After Long Chase Across 3 Southern California Counties, 16-Year-Old Motorist Taken into Custody

Following a protracted police chase through Ventura, Los Angeles, as well as Orange counties, a 16-year-old boy was apprehended. According to sources, the whole thing started when Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies confronted an alleged hit-and-run motorist in the Fillmore neighborhood. According to officials, the vehicle was stolen when deputies checked its locations. Around 9:20 p.m., CHP seized control of the pursuit.

14 year old girl missing from Riverside

Riverside Police Department is searching for Bibiana Campos, a 14-year-old Hispanic juvenile, who is believed to have run away from Poly High School. Campos is 5’4′, 185 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen on Dec. 7, wearing an orange sweater, black shirt and blue jeans. She was carrying a grey backpack. She is from the Eastside neighborhoods but is possibly in Ontario or greater area.

3 students hospitalized after overdosing on cannabis at middle school in Moreno Valley

Three students at Sunnymead Middle School in Moreno Valley were hospitalized Wednesday after ingesting food containing marijuana, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said. Fire officials responded to the school, located at 23996 Eucalyptus Ave., around noon after receiving reports that four students had possibly overdosed on an unknown substance. Three of those students were transported […]

New tennis center gives nod to past

That new-car smell mixes with the sentiment of yesteryear as a new tennis facility is built in Redlands. Workers this month are toiling on the new Jim Verdieck Tennis Center at the University of Redlands. The facility will be larger than the previous courts and will honor a man who was iconic as a Bulldog football and tennis coach.
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Three teenagers in stolen vehicle are arrested in Fontana on Dec. 7

Three teenagers who were in a stolen vehicle were arrested in Fontana on Dec. 7, according to the Fontana Police Department. At about 8:21 p.m., Gang Unit officers spotted a stolen white Honda Odyssey van in the area of San Bernardino and Palmetto avenues. A traffic stop was attempted in...

Is California Finally Ready to Help Renters?

Rents are rising again in Southern California and, to no one’s surprise, the effects of inflation dominate many of the conversations around the topic. A spike in borrowing rates, people are quick to note, not only prevents some renters from becoming homeowners, but drives up the cost of new construction altogether. That keeps vacancy rates low and prices high.

Officials grant Los Angeles girl’s request to keep unicorn

LOS ANGELES - Rules are rules. Animal control officials in Southern California have granted permission for a little girl to keep a unicorn at home, provided she follows strict guidelines. Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control this week shared a letter it received from a child named Madeline. The...

Teen Fatally Shot in Moreno Valley, Shooter at Large

A teenager was gunned down in a Moreno Valley neighborhood, and the whereabouts of the shooter were unknown, authorities said Wednesday. The fatal attack happened shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday in the 14600 block of Cageny Court, near Cactus Avenue, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Sgt. Ben...

Irvine Man Sentenced to Six Years in Prison for Pimping

An Irvine man has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for pimping and shooting at women in San Bernardino, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. Coby Christopher House, 23, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge David O. Carter. House pleaded guilty June 21 to a count of conspiracy to use a facility in interstate commerce in aid of unlawful activity and two counts of unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition by a convicted felony.

Operation Consequences net more arrests, seize firearms in High Desert

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s officials reported multiple arrests made throughout the High Desert and Inland Empire during the latest week of Operation Consequences. Sheriff’s officials reported that between Nov. 26 and Dec. 2, various law enforcement agencies made felony arrests and seized firearms in Colton, San Bernardino, Apple Valley, Hesperia, and Victorville.