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Blotter: Police Activity In Lake Elsinore And Wildomar

A round-up of police activity in Lake Elsinore and Wildomar for Feb. 23 through March 1.

The attached PDFs are unedited crime reports provided by the Lake Elsinore sheriff's station. The reports include only select crime incidents reported by the Lake Elsinore Police Department and Wildomar Police Department.

The reports reflect the period Feb. 23 - March 1.

For those who are unable to open the attached PDFs, see the reports below:

 

Lake Elsinore Police Department Crime and Enforcement Activity

February 23rd – March 1st, 2011

Calls for Service:  587 

(Selections)

 

02/23/11 Mayhem Suspect Apprehension:  Per attached Press Release

  

02/24/11 No Significant Events 

 

02/25/11 Possession of Methamphetamine:  Officers contacted Jeremy Noe (age 24 of Lake Elsinore) on Riverside Dr. and arrested him upon locating methamphetamine in his possession.    L110560031 

Domestic Violence:  Officers arrested Rueben Davis (age 47 of Lake Elsinore) for assaulting his wife at Chili’s restaurant on Hwy 74.   L110560072    

 

02/26/11 Burglary/Conspiracy:  Officers responded to the Lake Elsinore Outlets on Collier Ave. and arrested Jonathan Waldrop (age 20 of Lake Elsinore), Andrew Galvan (age 20 of Lake Elsinore) and (Sarah Waldrop age 22 of Lake Elsinore) for taking merchandise without paying for it.   L110570056 

 

02/27/11 Felony Warrant:  Officers contacted Mario Rios (age 52 of Lake Elsinore) at Riverside Dr. x Baker and arrested him for an outstanding elder abuse warrant.   L110580031  

 

02/28/11 Felony Warrant:  Officers conducted a vehicle stop at Central x I15 and arrested Seilala Faamausili (age 37 of Santa Ana) for an outstanding drug warrant.   L110590003

Burglary/Conspiracy:  Officers responded to the Home Depot on Central Ave. regarding shoplifters detained by loss prevention personnel and arrested Ignacio Chavez (age 20 of Lake Elsinore) and Moises Cano (age 18 of Lake Elsinore) for burglary and conspiracy.   L110590024       

Child Annoyance:  Per attached Press Release

 

03/01/11 Found Property:  Per attached Press Release

 

 

 

 

Raymond Osuna, 26 years

Press Release:

Mayhem Suspect Apprehension

Agency:

Riverside County Gang Task Force

Station Area:

Lake Elsinore / Perris / Menifee

Written Date:

February 23, 2011

Time:

 

Incident Date:

February 22, 2011

Time:

6:00 P.M.

Incident Location:

17300 Block of Curtis Avenue, Lakeland Village

Reporting Officer:

Sergeant Dean Agnoletto

File Number(s):

GP110530002

Details: 

On February 22, 2011, at 6:00 P.M., the Riverside County Gang Task Force, with assistance from Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s personnel served an arrest warrant on the 17300 block of Curtis Avenue, in the unincorporated area known as Lakeland Village. The arrest warrant was for documented gang member, Raymond Osuna (26 years old from Lake Elsinore). Osuna is also known as Raymond Solis. Osuna was considered a parolee-at-large by the California Department of Corrections. Furthermore, Osuna was wanted for a 2008 Lake Elsinore Police Department assault/mayhem investigation where the victim lost vision in one eye.

The Gang Task Force conducted an investigation aimed at locating the whereabouts of Osuna. There was a short stand-off between Osuna and law enforcement personnel; however, Osuna ultimately surrendered. Osuna was safely taken into custody and booked at the Southwest Detention Center. If anyone has additional information regarding this incident, please contact Deputy Gore or Deputy Ruiz at the Riverside County Gang Task Force (951) 210-1114.

 

 

 

Press Release:

Child Annoying

Agency:

Lake Elsinore Police

Station Area:

Lake Elsinore

Written Date:

February 28, 2011

Time:

8:15 PM

Incident Date:

February 28, 2011

Time:

3:30 PM

Incident Location:

Chaney and Flint, Lake Elsinore

Reporting Officer:

Sergeant Steve de la Vara

File Number(s):

L110590043

Details:

On 02-28-11, officers responded to the area of Chaney and Flint, in the city of Lake Elsinore, reference a child annoying call. They arrived and spoke to a 14-year-old female. The 14-year-old said she was walking home from school and a small, two-tone compact car pulled in front of her and asked her if she wanted a ride. The victim said no. The driver of the car pleaded with the victim to let him give her a ride. The victim said no again and ran away. The car then left the area on Chaney towards Lakeshore.

Suspect vehicle is described as:  A two-tone dark grey over silver two-door compact. Unknown make or model.

Suspect Driver is described as:   Hispanic male, 18 years old, shaved head, unshaven, wearing a grey t-shirt. There is no further at this time.

Anyone with further information about this incident, or any other criminal activity in Lake Elsinore is encouraged to contact the Lake Elsinore Police Department at 951-245-3300 or after hours and on weekends at 951-776-1099.

The Lake Elsinore Police Department would like to remind all citizens to be aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity, including any vehicles or persons, to law enforcement.

 

 

 

Press Release:

Found Property

Agency:

Lake Elsinore Police

Station Area:

Lake Elsinore

Written Date:

March 1, 2011

Time:

3:00 PM

Incident Date:

March 1, 2011

Time:

11:32 AM

Incident Location:

Tuscany Hills Elementary School

Reporting Officer:

Sergeant David Sanches

File Number(s):

L110600042

Details:

On Tuesday, March 1, 2011, at about 11:32 AM, officers from the Lake Elsinore Police Department responded to a report of a found tank, similar in size to a scuba tank. The tank was found by a citizen on Railroad Canyon near Canyon Hills.

The citizen collected the tank and continued to her destination at the Tuscany Hills Elementary School on Summer Hill Lane. Once at the school, she reported the incident to the Lake Elsinore Police Department. Officers responded and initially were unable to determine the contents of the tank. For the safety of the school and the surrounding neighborhood, the school was placed on lockdown. The area was cordoned off until the tank could be rendered safe.

Cal-Fire responded to the location and determined the tank to be non-hazardous and it was released to Environmental Health Personnel. The school remained in session during this incident; however some students were released via the public park at the rear of the school.

The Lake Elsinore Police Department would like to thank the school officials and parents for their cooperation during this incident. We would also like to remind all citizens not to handle potentially hazardous objects that they locate. It is best to leave the object in place and notify law enforcement of its location.

 

The primary source of the data was through records contained within the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

Data Warehouse Program and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system. 

 

Wildomar Police Department Crime and Enforcement Activity

February 23rd – March 1st, 2011

Calls for Service:  281

(Selections)

 

02/23/11 Vandalism:  Officers responded to the ARCO – AM/PM on Hidden Springs Rd. and arrested Rikki Nation (age 22 of Wildomar) for vandalism to the store.   WI110540025     

                         

02/24/11 Possession of Methamphetamine/Felony Warrant:  Officers conducted a parole compliance check at My Garage on Walnut St. x Orange.  Trista Marquez (age 27 of Wildomar) was arrested for a drug warrant and possession of narcotics and David Morris (age 45 of Homeland) was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.   WI110550003     

 

Possession of Methamphetamine:   Officers responded to the 32000 block of Crescent Ave. and arrested Virgil Eller (age 34 of Lake Elsinore) for possession of methamphetamine and other drug-related charges.   WI110550014

 

02/25/11 No Significant Events  

 

02/26/11 Burglary:  Officers arrested Archibald Kurtz (age 71 of Winchester) at Inland Valley Hospital for stealing money from the vending machines.  Kurtz was a former employee of the vending company.   WI110570011  

 

02/27/11 No Significant Events 

 

02/28/11 Child Annoyance:  Per attached Press Release

 

03/01/11 No Significant Events   

 

The primary source of the data was through records contained within the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Data Warehouse program and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system.


Press Release:

Child Annoying

Agency:

Wildomar Police

Station Area:

Lake Elsinore

Written Date:

February 28, 2011

Time:

6:30 PM

Incident Date:

February 28, 2011

Time:

2:15 PM

Incident Location:

Darby and Gruell, Wildomar

Reporting Officer:

Sergeant Steve de la Vara

File Number(s):

WI110590037

Details:

On 02-28-11, officers responded to the area of Darby and Gruell, in the city of Wildomar, reference a child annoying call. They arrived and spoke to a 12-year-old female. The 12-year-old said a small, older, white four-door car occupied by four male adults drove up to her while she was walking home from school. She heard a person in the back seat yell “Get her!” She then told officers the white car pulled up next to her and the driver opened the door and got out. The girl immediately ran away from the car. The car then left the area in an unknown direction. The car has been seen in the area before and three out of the four occupants were seen in the car previously. The occupants of the car a week earlier had whistled at the victim in this case. The car is described as a small, white four-door compact, with round taillights that appear to be connected across the back of the car.

The car also has two to three scratches on the driver’s side passenger rear door. They are approximately five inches in length and are diagonal on the door. The car make and model is unknown at this time.

Suspects are described as:

  • Driver – Hispanic male in his 30's, bald, squinting blue/green eyes, Thin stubble moustache, tattoos on his upper left arm, wearing a white t-shirt with a silver ring on his left hand.
  • Front passenger – Hispanic male adult unknown age, bald, with no facial hair.
  • Right rear passenger – Possible White or Hispanic male adult unknown age, bald, no facial hair, full sleeve tattoos on his left arm, dark colored beanie, black t-shirt with bold white lettering and a silver chain hanging outside his shirt.
  • Left rear passenger – Hispanic male adult unknown age, wearing a black t-shirt. No further.

 

 

 

 

 

Anyone with further information about this incident, or any other criminal activity in Wildomar is encouraged to contact the Wildomar Police Department at 951-245-3300 or after hours and on weekends at 951-776-1099.   The Wildomar Police Department would like to remind all citizens to be aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity, including any vehicles or persons, to law enforcement.

 

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