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Argument between boys, 15, ends in fatal COSL shooting

CITY OF SHASTA LAKE, Calif. — Authorities say a fight between two teens led the next day to the fatal shooting of one of the boys and the arrest of the other Friday, Oct. 23. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES: Redding PD discusses the Neighborhood Police Unit and the vital role it plays Disagreement over chainsaws leads to gunfire inside Burney […]

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Redding PD discusses the Neighborhood Police Unit and the vital role it plays

REDDING, Calif. — In spite of recent calls for defunding police departments across the country which have led the headlines for months, nationwide polls show that most Americans overwhelmingly agree that patrol officers are invaluable and an absolute necessity to ensure the safety and security of the residents they serve. However, with a seemingly never-ending stream of 911 calls, today’s […]

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Redding PD’s NPU announces 2,000th arrest

REDDING, Calif. — Although earlier budget cuts had axed the Redding Police Department’s former Neighborhood Police Unit (NPU), after seeing a significant rise in crime and quality of life issues in their city, in January 2016, the department re-established the specialized, five officer team. Consisting of four officers and a supervisor, Redding PD’s NPU focuses on solving long-term problems through […]

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Disagreement over chainsaws leads to gunfire inside Burney home

BURNEY, Calif. — Authorities say a convicted Burney felon who is prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition was arrested after firing a rifle at his roommate during a disagreement involving two chainsaws early Thursday evening, Oct. 22. The violent encounter and arrest happened at a private residence on the 37000 block of Bue Way, southwest of Grogan St. and Birch […]

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Multi-agency Cabazon community cleanup a “collaborative success”

CABAZON, Calif. — The California Highway Patrol San Gorgonio Pass Area in conjunction with Riverside County’s Fifth District Supervisor Jeff Hewitt, recently joined efforts with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department; Cabazon Station, Code Enforcement, Behavioral Health, Department of Public Social Services, Housing Authority, Waste Resources, Probation Department and Animal Control in a joint collaboration to address unsightly trash, criminal activity, […]

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Anderson woman ID’d after body pulled from Sacramento River

REDDING, Calif. — Officials investigating the death of a woman in the area of Park Marina Dr., near the Cypress Ave. Bridge in Redding, today identified the victim. The woman’s lifeless body was pulled from the the Sacramento River Friday morning, Oct. 16. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES: Shots fired at Anderson woman lead to arrest of teens Reckless driver & dog […]

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Hemet motel room explosion brings huge response

HEMET, Calif. — Police and fire officials are investigating the cause of an explosion inside a motel room that rocked the Hemet Travelodge earlier today, Tuesday, Oct. 20. One man suffered burns and other injuries to both his arms and face, while another man was taken into custody at the scene. Although officials have not released any information about their […]

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Lake Elsinore man’s murder leads to arrest of teen

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. — Authorities say a deadly shooting in Lake Elsinore Wednesday, Oct. 14, led to the arrest the next day of a 19-year-old man charged in the victim’s death. The fatal incident happened on the 500 block of Quail Dr., northwest of Hwy. 74 and Joy St. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Lake Elsinore burglary leads to deputy-involved shooting at […]

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Lake Elsinore burglary leads to deputy-involved shooting at McVicker Park

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. — Released from jail on his own recognizance for a first degree burglary the day before, a Riverside man who had allegedly just burglarized a Lake Elsinore home was arrested again Saturday morning, October 17. Authorities say deputies who located the suspect in his vehicle at a Lake Elsinore park less than a mile from where the burglary […]

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On-duty death of RSO K9 Sgt. Harry Cohen shocks family, department

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. — The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is mourning the loss of one of their own this week after the on-duty death of 48-year-old, Sergeant Harry Cohen, who was assigned to the Special Enforcement Bureau’s (SWAT) K9 Unit at the time of his passing. Cohen’s career with the sheriff’s department spanned more than 24-years, with many of those […]

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