A Navy sailor and his live-in girlfriend, who are accused of severely abusing his 5-year-old son, were charged Thursday, Aug, 17, with torture and cruelty to a child resulting in great bodily injury.
A Murrieta man and his live-in girlfriend, who are accused of severely abusing his 5-year-old son, were charged today with torture and cruelty to a child resulting in great bodily injury.
A Murrieta man and his live-in girlfriend were behind bars today on suspicion of severely abusing his 5-year-old son, who remains in an intensive care unit at a pediatric hospital.
MURRIETA – Murrieta Fire and Rescue celebrated the graduation of five new probationary firefighters Aug. 3. All five come to Murrieta from outside fire agencies – four from elsewhere in Southern California and one from Arizona. The new recruits are Bradley Aarts of Lake Havasu City Fire Department; Mathew Diiullo of Cal Fire Riverside; Brandon […]
Murrieta Police Department has begun exploring the use of police body cameras, falling in step with nearly a third of law enforcement agencies across the country. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 32 percent of U.S. police agencies were using body cameras in 2013. The department received five GoPro test units, July 6, Murrieta […]
Western Municipal Water District held an informational meeting at the Murrieta Community Center Wednesday, July 26, on a proposal to split off its Murrieta customers to a different water district. The agency has begun studying proposals to spin off its Murrieta section, which was previously the Murrieta County Water District until Western Municipal Water District […]
RIVERSIDE – The District Attorney’s Law and Leadership Summer Youth Academy for incoming eighth and ninth grade students will be held for the first time at the Murrieta office, Monday, Aug. 7. This year marks the second summer for the program in Riverside. The weeklong Law and Leadership Summer Youth Academy is a free event. […]
Kim Summers was sworn in as Murrieta’s new city manager at the city council meeting, July 18. It was her first council meeting since taking on her new position, though she has been working as city manager since the beginning of July. Summers was sworn in by county Supervisor Chuck Washington, who is a former […]
MURRIETA – A probationer caught selling marijuana out of his Murrieta home pleaded guilty today to possession of drugs for sale and was immediately sentenced to three years probation. Joshua Scott Richardson, 26, admitted the misdemeanor count just as his case was proceeding to trial at the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta. In addition to […]
The Murrieta City Council approved a switch to district council elections, July 18. The council voted 3 to 1 to approve the measure, with Mayor Pro Tem Jonathan Ingram dissenting and Councilman Randon Lane absent due to surgery. “I appreciate the amount of effort you’ve put forth on this,” Ingram said to the attorney and […]