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Original founder of "Police Activity Corona", "Riverside Police Activity" and "All Things Corona" with over 30,000+ combined daily followers. Formally running for Corona City Council in 2016.

Domestic Violence Warrant Sweep

The month of October has been designated as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In support of Domestic Violence Awareness, the Corona Police Department participated in the 13th Annual National Family Violence Apprehension Detail. This is a nationwide attempt involving agencies from across the United States to serve outstanding family-violence warrants. On …

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OFFICER INTERVENES WITH SUICIDE ATTEMPT

A uniformed Riverside Police School Resource Officer in a marked vehicle was in the area of Newport Road and Interstate 215 in Menifee when she observed a female attempting to jump off the freeway overpass. Officer Jennifer Brandt saw a female on the south side of the Newport Road overpass …

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Arrest Made in False Bomb Threats at Lee V. Pollard & Corona High Schools.

After an extensive investigation by Corona Police Department School Resource Officers in conjunction with the Corona Norco Unified School District Personnel, a 17-year-old minor, of Corona, was arrested for making two false bomb threats earlier this week. The minor, a student at Lee V. Pollard High School, called the school …

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Riverside PD Seize 50 Pounds Of Marijuana

About 50 pounds of pot was seized Sunday night, Oct. 18, from the trunk of a stolen car, Riverside police said. The stolen car was discovered by a patrol officer’s license plate reader about 9:50 p.m. parked near Locust and Ninth streets, according to a Police Department news release. Additional …

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Barstow – Death Investigation

DATE/TIME: Monday, October 19, 2015/3:11 p.m. INCIDENT: Death Investigation LOCATION: Fern Drive/Old State Hwy 58, Barstow VICTIM: Adult male – pending identification and notification of next of kin SUMMARY: On Monday October 19, 2015, at approximately 3:11 p.m., deputies from Barstow Sheriff’s Station responded to the area of Fern Drive …

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CORONA POLICE DEPARTMENT RELEASES ADDITIONAL VIDEO & AUDIO REGARDING MIRANDA CASE

Corona, CA– The City of Corona is currently defending a lawsuit alleging police misconduct during an incident on December 12, 2014. The complaint alleges that several Corona Police Officers falsely arrested Jose Angel Miranda, 25-year-old of Corona, and used excessive force when handcuffing him, including punching and kicking him while …

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91 Bridge Accident Update

RCTC Provides Update on 91 Bridge Accident Three Investigations Underway Three separate investigations are underway to determine the cause of an Oct. 9 construction accident involving the 91 Project in Corona. An update about the incident was provided at today’s Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) meeting in Riverside. The California …

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Officer involved shooting investigation in Pinon Hills

On Saturday October 10, 2015, an employee of the Phelan-Pinon Hills Community Services District responded to an alarm on Snowcap Avenue. This location houses two large water tanks and is secured by a fence. The employee discovered a male adult and a gray BMW inside the fenced area. The male …

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Arrest Made In Homicide Investigation Near Spring Valley Lake

On Thursday, October 8, 2015, at approximately 9:14 a.m., deputies from the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station responded to a residence in the 18400 block of Fortuna Lane in Spring Valley Lake, following the report of a possible shooting. Upon arrival, deputies located a male subject, later identified as Harold Nelson, …

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Beware! Individuals are Impersonating Corona Fire Safety Inspectors

It has come to the attention of the Corona Fire Department that certain individuals may be misrepresenting themselves as fire department employees. Businesses are being targeted by individuals who wear official looking “uniforms” and perform questionable “fire safety inspections”.  These individuals typically enter businesses and state that, “they need to inspect …

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