The fifth and final member of an Inland Empire bank burglary crew that stole millions of dollars by using power tools to cut though building roofs to gain access to cement bank vaults was sentenced to nearly four years behind bars.
MURRIETA – A preliminary hearing is scheduled Friday for a woman accused of fatally shooting the father of her child during a confrontation in a Menifee restaurant. Amanda Jeanne Harwood of Big Bear, 37, is charged with first-degree murder and a special circumstance allegation of lying in wait in the October 2015 slaying of 39-year-old Joseph Hennings of Murrieta. […]
A felon who attacked a Hemet police officer, grabbing and using the lawman’s badge as a weapon, pleaded guilty Tuesday, March 7, to resisting arrest and was immediately sentenced to 10 months in jail and three
A felon who grabbed a woman walking on a French Valley street and fondled her was sentenced today to 16 months in prison, but was immediately released from custody and placed on parole after being credited for time served in jail.
A convicted felon who cornered and groped a woman walking on a French Valley street is slated to be sentenced today in Murrieta.
A probationer accused of spray-painting his moniker on multiple block walls near Hemet pleaded not guilty Friday, Feb. 24, to felony vandalism resulting in more than $5,000 damage.
MURRIETA – A homeless man who allegedly vandalized a business on Old Town Front Street in Temecula, causing thousands of dollars in damage, was charged Feb.16 with felony vandalism. Charles Robert Stickels, 34, was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 14 after he was located by Riverside County sheriff’s deputies. Stickels was arraigned before Superior Court Judge Mark […]
A Canyon Lake man accused of committing eight robberies in Riverside County over a monthlong span pleaded not guilty Tuesday, Feb. 14 to felony charges.
A convicted felon who cornered and groped a woman walking on a French Valley street pleaded guilty Monday, Feb. 6, to felony and misdemeanor charges.
A probationer accused of randomly scratching and denting vehicles parked on Temecula streets, causing thousands of dollars in damage, was charged Monday, Feb. 6, with three counts of felony vandalism.