MURRIETA (CNS) – Jurors today began deliberating the fate of a San Jacinto gang member accused of fatally shooting three men and trying to kill another because of their affiliations. Raymond Alex Barrera, 27, could face the death penalty if convicted of three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and special circumstance allegations of lying in […]
An ex-con who was armed with a semi-automatic rifle and struck a Hemet police dog while trying to run away from officers was sentenced Friday, Sept. 15, to 10 years in state prison.
Jury deliberations got underway yesterday in the trial of a man accused of fatally bashing a 54-year-old woman with a liquor bottle while she was standing in line at a Temecula store.
A felon and her partner in crime who carjacked a Lake Elsinore motorist and then attempted to flee from sheriff’s deputies were both sentenced Wednesday to state prison.
Jury selection is slated to get underway today for the trial of a man accused of fatally bashing a 54-year-old woman in the head with a liquor bottle while she was standing in line at a Temecula store.
RIVERSIDE – A Menifee man who allegedly flashed a laser into the cockpit of a Riverside County sheriff’s helicopter – temporarily blinding the crew – was charged today, Aug. 25, with maliciously discharging a light at an aircraft. George Kevin Tucker, 56, was arrested Wednesday, Aug. 23, following a months-long Riverside County sheriff’s investigation. Tucker pleaded not […]
A Superior Court judge today rejected a Murrieta-based civil liberties attorney’s arguments, giving state prosecutors leeway in refiling felony charges against a woman accused of illegally taping conversations with Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Foundation representatives who were targeted for allegedly arranging to sell fetal tissue.
A Murrieta couple entered a “not guilty”plea today in the child abuse case against them.
A Canyon Lake man arrested for allegedly causing a fatality while joy-riding in a golf cart was released from custody today after prosecutors declined to file charges, instead referring the matter back to detectives for further investigation.
A felon accused with another man of attacking and robbing two seniors at a San Jacinto intersection was charged Tuesday, Aug. 22, with robbery and other felonies.