San Bernardino, CA: Missing person report leads to 5 people arrested for multiple drug charges.

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San Bernardino, CA: Missing person report leads to 5 people arrested for multiple drug charges.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, on Monday, March 30th, 2015, 24 year old Priscylla Cass of Loma Linda, California was reported as a missing person by her family. The family called the Sheriff’s Department to report her missing after arriving at her apartment and they believed her residence had been ransacked and they were unable to locate her.

Priscylla Cass was located by detectives and deputies with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Central Sheriff’s Station at the Super 8 Motel located at 225 East Hospitality Lane in San Bernardino, California at approximately 8:30am PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015.

Priscylla Cass told deputies she was aware her parents had reported her missing, but left her apartment on her own free will to stay with friends at the motel.

During the investigation deputies contacted the following subjects at the motel who were staying with Priscylla Cass; 20 year old Daphney Smith of Redlands, California; 27 year old Evan Hodge of Redlands, California; 22 year old Maxwell Broderick of Redlands, California; and 26 year old Jacob Ball of Redlands, California.

During the contact deputies located suspected heroin, metahamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

All 5 people, including Priscylla Cass, were arrested for multiple drug charges including possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

Loma Linda, CA: A man from Las Vegas, Nevada man was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.

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Loma Linda, CA: A man from Las Vegas, Nevada man was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at approximately 1:30 am PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015, Deputy Nicassio was working patrol when he saw a vehicle being driven recklessly near Anderson Drive and Academy Street in Loma Linda, California.

The deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle.

The driver, later identified as 18 year old Daniel Hemingway of Las Vegas, Nevada, ran from the vehicle and led Deputy Nicassio on a foot pursuit.

Additional deputies responded to the area and were able to set up a perimeter.

Daniel Hemingway was found hiding in a field.

The vehicle was found to be an unreported stolen vehicle.

Daniel Hemingway was taken into custody without further incident, transported and booked into the Central Detention Center PC396D(a) Possession of Stolen Vehicle.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact Detective Gerald Leininger at the Central Station: 1 (909) 387-3589.

Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to contact the We-Tip Hotline at: 1 (800) 78-CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip Hotline website at: www.wetip.com

News Update!!: Apple Valley, CA: Latest information regarding vegetation fire.

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News Update!!: Apple Valley, CA: Latest information regarding vegetation fire.

** Here is the latest information regarding the vegetation fire, also known as the “River Bottom Fire”, which was burning in a river bottom area of Mojave Narrows Regional Park near Riverside Drive and Seneca Road in Apple Valley, California. **

** As of 9:00am PT on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015: **

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According to the San Bernardino County Fire Department, vegetation fire, also known as the “River Bottom Fire”, remains at 185 acres and is at 95% contained, with full containment by Thursday evening.

Fire department firefighters are having a difficult time accessing a ridgeline on the east side of the riverbed due to steep terrain, dense vegetation, and very unstable ground.

There is approximately 50 firefighters and hand crews are on scene conducting extensive mop-up operations as well as 2 San Bernardino County Fire Department dozers continue to shore up containment lines around the burn area and will remain in the area on Friday.

** As of 3:53pm PT on Wednesday, April 1st, 2015: **

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The vegetation fire named the “River Bottom Fire” is now 95% contained at 185 acres.

According to the San Bernardino County Fire Department, a inmate hand crew member suffered minor injury well fighting the vegetation fire.

** As of 11:30am PT on Wednesday, April 1st, 2015: **

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A Wednesday morning press conference was held updating the media about the vegetation fire, also known as the “River Bottom Fire”.

According to the San Bernardino County Fire Department, both San Bernardino County Fire Department and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department personnel flew over the vegetation fire and mapped the burn area this Wednesday morning and the vegetation fire actually burned 185 acres and remains at 30% contained with full containment is expected late Wednesday evening.

Over 110 fire department firefighters and hand crews remain on scene, as well as 2 water dropping helicopters from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department; a helicopter is able to carry 350 gallons of water and the other helicopter carries 180 gallons of water, and both of the helicopters did over 200 water drops onto the vegetation fire on Tuesday.

This Wednesday morning’s humidity was high and temperatures low, aiding the vegetation fire fight and Wednesday’s weather forecast is similar to yesterday, with winds expected at 10 to 15 mph, with gusts upward to 40 mph out of the west.

Heavy smoke will be seen throughout Wednesday, as the vegetation fire is expected to continue burning in heavy brush in the river bottom.

At this moment, all structure that were threaten have been mitigated.

The San Bernardino County Fire Department is now saying Wednesday that the vegetation fire, the River Bottom Fire, was not a controlled burn which changed from Tuesday’s press conference saying it was a “control burn” according to the Public Information Officer with the San Bernardino County Fire Department.

The San Bernardino County Fire Department is also saying Wednesday that the vegetation fire was not conducted by San Bernardino County Fire Department and it was staff at the Mojave Narrows Regional Park who was burning under burn permit.

** As of 7:30pm PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015: **

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A Tuesday afternoon press conference was held updating the media about the vegetation fire, also known as the “River Bottom Fire”.

All mandatory evacuations have been lifted and Riverside Drive in Apple Valley, California is open to residents only.

The vegetation fire called the “River Bottom Fire” has burned 70 acres and is 30% contained.

According to Tracey Martinez, San Bernardino County Fire Department Public Information Officer, a fully permitted control burn near by got out of hand leading to this vegetation fire.

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** As of 5:00pm PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015: **

The vegetation fire has burned 70 acres with no containment.

At least 100 structures are threatened.

A mandatory evacuation order is in effect for Riverside Drive from Riverside Way and Nokomis Road.

Evacuation Center has been set up at Sitting Bull Middle School located at 19455 Sitting Bull Road in Apple Valley, California.

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San Bernardino County Fire Department as well as other near by fire development resources and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are assisting in battling this vegetation fire including over 200 fire department personnel and hand crews, 2 dozers, 4 water dropping helicopters.

Firefighters providing structure protection outside a home in the Spring Valley Lake Community.

Some outhouses and vehicles have been damaged by this vegetation fire.

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The vegetation fire was reported at around 12:00pm PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015.

There is windy conditions in the area and dry conditions as well in the area.

The cause of the vegetation fire has not been determined.
More information is still coming into ZachNews.

** Pictures was courtesy of the San Bernardino County Fire Department. **

Breaking News!!: Apple Valley, CA: Vegetation fire reported.

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Breaking News!!: Apple Valley, CA: Vegetation fire reported.

A vegetation fire has been reported in a river bottom area of Mojave Narrows Regional Park near Riverside Drive and Seneca Road in Apple Valley, California.

The vegetation fire has burned 60 acres so far with no containment.

Structures are threatened, but no evacuations have been ordered.

San Bernardino County Fire Department as well as other near by fire development resources are fighting this vegetation fire.

Firefighters providing structure protection outside a home in the Spring Valley Lake Community.

Some outhouses and vehicles have been damaged by this vegetation fire.

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The vegetation fire was reported at around 12:00pm PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015.

There is windy conditions in the area and dry conditions as well in the area.

The cause of the vegetation fire has not been determined.

More information is still coming into ZachNews.

** Pictures was courtesy of the San Bernardino County Fire Department. **

Devore, CA: Sergeant extinguish fire and helps victim of a major traffic collision on northbound Interstate 215.

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Devore, CA: Sergeant extinguish fire and helps victim of a major traffic collision on northbound Interstate 215.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at approximately 3:01am PT on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015, Sergeant Fred Parrish from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Central Station was responding to a call in Devore, California.

Sergeant Fred Parrish traveled northbound on Interstate 215 where he approached a traffic collision that had just occurred near Kendall Drive.

A passenger car collided with a dirt hauler causing major damage to the passenger vehicle which started a fire in the engine compartment.

The driver, and sole occupant of the passenger car appeared to be severely injured and was drifting in and out of consciousness.

The driver was pinned under the dash making an immediate rescue impossible.

The engine compartment of the vehicle was fully engulfed in flames.

Sergeant Fred Parrish used his patrol car’s fire extinguisher to put the fire out.

Sergeant Fred Parrish also created an airway into the cab allowing the victim fresh air.

Fire department personnel arrived and had to use the “jaws of life” to extract the victim.

The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries.

** Picture was courtesy of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. **

Needles, California Weather:

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Needles, California Weather:

Mostly sunny to sunny days with high temperatures from the lower 90*F’s to the upper 80*F’s from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Mostly clear nights with low temperatures in the upper 50*F’s from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Some windy conditions on Tuesday.

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** Needles, California: **

– Tuesday:

Mostly sunny, high near 94*F.

Light and variable wind becoming south southwest 9 to 14 mph in the afternoon.

Winds could gust as high as 22 mph.

– Tuesday Night:

Mostly clear, low around 59*F.

South southwest wind 7 to 16 mph becoming west in the evening.

Winds could gust as high as 24 mph.

– Wednesday:

Sunny, high near 88*F.

West wind around 6 mph becoming northeast in the morning.

– Wednesday Night:

Mostly clear, low around 59*F.

West wind around 10 mph.

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In case of any weather related problems, always be prepare for any weather related problems by having an action plan and emergency kit.

** More weather safety tips and information is at the following National Weather Service website address: **

http://www.weather.gov/safety

** More weather information and weather radars for your area at the National Weather Service website at: **

http://www.weather.gov/

** Weather radar for the Colorado River Tri-State area including for the community of Needles, California is at the National Weather Service website address: **

http://radar.weather.gov/radar.php?rid=ESX&product=N0R&overlay=11101111&loop=yes

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