A probationer and his younger brother accused of fatally shooting a man and wounding his teenage friend in Hemet were each being held today in lieu of $1 million bail.
An elderly woman who tried to fend off a group of attackers during a home invasion robbery was injured during the incident Thursday, April 6.
The San Jacinto City Council, following a presentation and review on the possible purchase of 1,810 streetlights from Southern California Edison, tabled the decision at their March 22 regular meeting. The cost and the benefit of owning the light poles was reviewed by Andy Ramirez, the city’s public works superintendent, with the approval of city […]
SAN JACINTO – A victim was burned and sustained major injuries when a house caught fire Sunday, March 26. The early-morning residential blaze broke out just after midnight in the 400 block of Shaver Street in San Jacinto. Twenty-six firefighters from seven engine companies responded to the fire, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Public Information Officer Tawny Cabral explained […]
UPDATE: March 24, 6 p.m. (See original story, photographs and video below) SAN JACINTO – Sheriff’s officials have provided additional information regarding an argument that escalated into a shooting Thursday, March 23. The shooting, which left a 35-year-old victim with major injuries, happened at the Mountain View Garden Apartments at 850 E. Main Street in […]
Median crossovers for traffic control on state Route 79 from Beaumont to San Jacinto have begun as the California Department of Transportation continues work on the $1.5-million Lamb Canyon Drainage Project. The Caltrans project will be installing drainage inlets on SR-79 from First Street in Beaumont to Gilman Springs Road near San Jacinto. The project […]
Two people were arrested in Wyoming on felony warrants Monday, March 20. Makick Harris, 24, and Tamara Barker, 23, were taken into custody by the Gillette, Wyoming, Police Department as suspects in the death investigation of their 22-month-old daughter.
SAN JACINTO – Three people were arrested today in San Jacinto on suspicion of furnishing alcoholic beverages to minors in a Decoy Shoulder Tap Operation, authorities said. The operation was conducted at several businesses within the city, according to San Jacinto police Sgt. Robert Himmelberg. A minor under the direct supervision of a peace officer stands […]
Rob Johnson, San Jacinto’s new city manager announced a “laser-focused” city council direction for the economic growth of the city speaking at the March 3, First Friday Morning meeting with members of the Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce. The meeting, held at the San Jacinto Unified School District offices, brought city, school district and […]
A man allegedly assaulted and abducted his girlfriend Thursday, March 9, in San Jacinto, then fled in a stolen vehicle to a city more than 75 miles away, where he was arrested following a chase.