Breaking News!!: Chino, CA: Police pursuit of juvenile carjacking suspects ends at a closed youth correctional facility.

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Breaking News!!: Chino, CA: Police pursuit of juvenile carjacking suspects ends at a closed youth correctional facility.

Many police pursuits broadcast live on television and online have a suspect or suspects trying their best to get away from authorities because they don’t want to go to jail.

But a police pursuit late at night on Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 involving at least 5 juvenile carjacking suspects was different as the police pursuit drove close by a 2 men’s prisons and ended in a crash and bail at a closed youth correctional facility in Chino, California.

The police pursuit began after a report of a carjacking from a woman on the 800 block of Greycliff Avenue in La Puente, California.

The woman was reportedly threaten with a baseball bat then used the baseball bat to hit the woman before fleeing from the area taking the woman’s car.

The police pursuit was spotted at around 9:48pm PT on southbound State Route 71 before the State Route 91 with speeds over 90 mph.

During the police pursuit, the stolen vehicle began driving fast backwards along the breakdown on southbound State Route 71, made a u-turn, and crossed over to go northbound on State Route 71.

The police pursuit exited off northbound State Route 71 onto Euclid Avenue near Chino Hills, California where along a 2 lane roadway, began speeding on both sides of the roadway, including on the wrong side of the roadway.

A helicopter from the California Highway Patrol began following the police pursuit and were trying to get a helicopter and ground units from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department on the police pursuit.

As the police pursuit continued on northbound on Euclid Avenue, the stolen vehicle crossed a red traffic signal light and may have scratched the back of a dark vehicle going eastbound on Pine Avenue in Chino, California.

The police pursuit continued on northbound on Euclid Avenue until Facility Drive where the stolen vehicle made a left turn onto westbound Facility Drive, continued westbound onto Cypress Avenue, made a u-turn just before the entrance to the California Institution for Men in Chino, California.

The stolen vehicle made made a stop and several people got out of the stolen vehicle then got back inside the stolen vehicle to then drive off again going westbound on Cypress Avenue.

The stolen vehicle began going westbound on Facility Drive driving with the lights off at high speeds and passing by the East Yard California Institution for Men in Chino, California before getting back onto Euclid Avenue.

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The police pursuit came to an end at around 10:00pm PT when the stolen vehicle going southbound on Euclid Avenue made a fast right turn and crashed into a short wall along a roadway entering the closed Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility, located at 15180 Euclid Avenue, in Chino, California.

The juvenile carjacking suspects bailed out of the stolen vehicle and ran in the direction of the Youth Correctional Facility.

People on the property, possibly security or correctional officers, were seen pointing authorities in the direction of the juvenile carjacking suspects.

Authorities began searching for at least 5 juvenile carjacking suspects, 2 females and 3 males, for hours until they were found and arrested.

The woman who was attack is expected to survive her injuries.

The Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility has been decommissioned since February 2010.

More information is still coming into ZachNews.

Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Arson Fire at the Riverview Terrace Apartments.

Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Arson Fire at the Riverview Terrace Apartments.

A fire occurred at the Riverview Terrace Apartments, located on 1933 Erin Drive, in Needles, California at around 5:20am PT on Monday, January 30th, 2017.

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According to the San Bernardino County Fire Department, firefighters arrived to a residential commercial structure with visible smoke and flames from Building #9.

Firefighters began battling the large flames cutting a hole on the roof of the residential commercial structure well other firefighters began entering the apartment units to the residential commercial structure.

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Firefighters from the San Bernardino County Fire Department, Mohave Valley Fire Department, Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department, and Bullhead City Fire Department responded to the residential commercial structure fire.

Firefighters as well as deputies from San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department were also on scene and were evacuating nearby apartment units.

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According to San Bernardino County Fire Department Captain Dean Dickover, nobody was inside the residential commercial structure.

ZachNews later learned that several pets where rescued from the residential commercial structure fire.

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San Bernardino County Fire Department Captain Dean Dickover initially told ZachNews that the cause of the residential commercial structure fire is under investigation.

But, ZachNews later learned that investigators are calling the fire “arson suspected” and that San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are searching for a “Person of Interest” related to the residential commercial structure fire.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Detective Tim Preston confirmed to ZachNews that authorities are looking at near by surveillance cameras and that they have a name of a person they’re searching for, but couldn’t release any further details on the person.

Authorities are checking on reports that came over a local morning radio program that a person on a bicycle was seen leaving the area of the fire.

** Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story. **

Breaking News!!: Lake Arrowhead, CA: Dawson Hartwig has been found dead.

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Breaking News!!: Lake Arrowhead, CA: Dawson Hartwig has been found dead.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at approximately 1:10am PT on Sunday, January 29th, 2017, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Dive Team members continued their search of Lake Arrowhead, California and located a deceased male in about 30 feet of water near the Yacht Club.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Coroner Division responded and confirmed the victim was 20 year old Dawson Hartwig.

No additional information is available at this time and new information will be posted as it becomes available.

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At 10:44am PT on Saturday, January 28th, 2017, friends of Dawson Hartwig’s contacted the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Twin Peaks Station and advised deputies that Dawson Hartwig left their rented cabin on Burnt Mill Road in Lake Arrowhead, California late afternoon on Friday, January 27th, 2017, stating he was going for a walk but had not returned.

Dawson Hartwig did not take his phone or any other personal property with him.

Dawson Hartwig was last seen on Friday in the Lake Arrowhead Village area around 5:00pm PT.

Deputies began searching the area for the last few days using the following resources: Patrol deputies, Sheriff’s Aviation, K9’s, Search and Rescue volunteers, Citizen on Patrol units and Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) members.

Local business owners, residents and visitors are asked to look at Dawson Hartwig’s picture and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department released a picture of Dawson Hartwig.

According to NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4, Dawson Hartwig is the son of San Bernardino County Fire Department Chief Mark Hartwig.

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of Dawson Hartwig. **

** Press Release: **

https://local.nixle.com/alert/5837592/?sub_id=1651930

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Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Residential structure fire on Market Street.

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Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Residential structure fire on Market Street.

According to the San Bernardino County Fire Department Captain Dean Dickover, just before 6:00am PT on Sunday, January 29th, 2017, a residential structure fire was reported.

Firefighters arrived within 7 minutes to put out the 1,000 sq feet single story residential structure fire located at 203 Market Street in Needles, California fully engulfed in flames and was threatening near by properties and utilities lines.

Firefighters began putting out the flames and protecting the by properties.

The residential structure fire was put out 50 minutes later and no other properties were damage.

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According to the San Bernardino County Fire Department Captain Dean Dickover, nobody was inside the residential structure and nobody was injured, including a firefighter from Mohave Valley Fire Department when a wall fell on top of the firefighter during the residential structure fire battle.

The cause of the residential structure fire is still under investigation.

Lake Arrowhead, CA: Deputies are actively searching for Dawson Hartwig.

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Lake Arrowhead, CA: Deputies are actively searching for Dawson Hartwig.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at 10:44am PT on Saturday, January 28th, 2017, friends of 20 year old Dawson Hartwig’s contacted the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Twin Peaks Station and advised deputies that Dawson Hartwig left their rented cabin on Burnt Mill Road in Lake Arrowhead, California late afternoon on Friday, January 27th, 2017, stating he was going for a walk but had not returned.

Dawson Hartwig did not take his phone or any other personal property with him.

Dawson Hartwig was last seen on Friday in the Lake Arrowhead Village area around 5:00pm PT.

Deputies began a search and are using the following resources: Patrol deputies, Sheriff’s Aviation, K9’s, Search and Rescue volunteers, Citizen on Patrol units and Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) members.

Dawson Hartwig is described as 6’4”, 160 lbs., blonde hair, brown eyes, and was last seen wearing a white shirt, Khaki pants, Snow boots, Beanie hat.

Local business owners, residents and visitors are asked to look at Dawson Hartwig’s picture.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department released a picture of Dawson Hartwig (Pictured Above) in hopes that anybody can find him.

If anybody sees him or has any information regarding his whereabouts they are asked to contact Sheriff’s Dispatch immediately at (909)387-8313.

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https://local.nixle.com/alert/5837272/?sub_id=1651930

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Riverside, CA: Riverside Police Department and community mourns the loss of a 17 year old police explorer who was killed in a vehicle crash.

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Riverside, CA: Riverside Police Department and community mourns the loss of a 17 year old police explorer who was killed in a vehicle crash.

The Riverside Police Department and a community is mourning the loss of a 17 year old police explorer who was killed in a vehicle crash on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017 in Riverside, California.

According to the Riverside Police Department, at around 4:13pm PT on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017, the Riverside Police Department’s Dispatch Center received a call of a traffic collision involving a vehicle into a pole at the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and Banbury Drive in Riverside, California.

Preliminary investigation determined a black pickup truck was traveling east on Magnolia Avenue when it left the roadway and struck a utility pole causing major injuries to the male driver.

The driver, described as a 17 year old male juvenile, was taken to Kaiser Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.

According to the Riverside Police Department, male driver was identified as 17 year old Paul Napier from Jurupa Valley, California and was a member of Riverside Police Explorer Post 714 for the past 1 ½ years.

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As a member of Riverside Police Explorer Post 714, Paul Napier has participated in weekly meetings and community events working alongside members of the police department while learning about career opportunities, life skills, and leadership.

Paul Napier was in 11th grade at Jurupa Valley High School in Jurupa Valley, California and worked at his stepdad’s tire business.

Paul Napier is survived by his mother Krystal, stepdad Israel, stepbrother Israel Jr, and stepsisters Andrea and Jessica who’s also a Riverside Police Explorer.

The funeral for Paul Napier will take place at 10:00am PT on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 at Harvest Christian Fellowship Church, located at 6115 Arlington Avenue, in Riverside, California.

An internment will occur immediately following the funeral service at Olivewood Cemetery, located at 3300 Central Avenue, in Riverside, California.

A fund has been set up through the Riverside Police Foundation to give assistance to Paul Napier’s family.

** Riverside Police Foundation: Paul Napier: **

https://mkt.com/riverside-police-foundation

Donation can also be done in person at the Riverside Police Officers’ Association, located at 1965 Chicago Avenue, Suite B, in Riverside, California.

Officers from the Riverside Police Department’s Major Accident Investigation Team (M.A.I.T.) responded to the crash scene and are investigating crash and are being assisted by the Riverside County Sheriff-Coroner’s Office.

Anybody with information regarding this collision is urged to call Riverside Police Traffic Detective Ken Madsen at: 1 (951) 826-8723.

** Press Release: **

http://www.riversideca.gov/rpd/press/2017releases/012517fataltc.pdf

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of Paul Napier. **

** ZachNews also sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the Riverside Police Department who are mourning the loss of Riverside Police Explorer Post 714 Paul Napier. **

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Apple Valley, CA: Wine Tasting Fundraiser at The Wine Cellar.

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Apple Valley, CA: Wine Tasting Fundraiser at The Wine Cellar.

The Apple Valley Kiwanis International is having a Wine Tasting Fundraiser from 2:00pm to 5:00pm PT on Sunday, February 12th, 2017 at The Wine Cellar, located at 19341 Bear Valley Road, in Apple Valley, California.

Come join us for wine tasting and enjoy live music from the band Mojave Mojo.

Tickets are $25.00 and must be 12 years old and older.

All proceeds will be used for administrative purposes that operates the club.

For more information, please contact either by phone at: 1 (760) 462-6059 or by email at: applevalleykiwanis@gmail.com

Wine, Music, and Enjoy at the Wine Tasting Fundraiser at The Wine Cellar in Apple Valley, California.