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Temecula: Man Arrested on Alleged Attempted Murder Case

Temecula: Man Arrested on Alleged Attempted Murder Case

Temecula: Man Arrested on Alleged Attempted Murder Case According to a press release: The  Police Department  investigated a  shooting in the area Pepper  Ridge Court in Temecula. A  male victim was located at the scene and was transported to a  local hospital and treated for a gunshot wound. Additional  Police Investigators responded to assist with the […]

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Murrieta, Temecula Congressmen Forgo Pay During Shutdown

Murrieta, Temecula Congressmen Forgo Pay During Shutdown

U.S. representatives of Murrieta and Temecula will forgo their salaries in the wake of the partial government shutdown that has placed 800,000 federal employees on furlough MORE via Murrieta, Temecula Congressmen Forgo Pay During Shutdown | KPBS.org.

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TEMECULA: Couple used fake $50s at yard sales, police say | Temecula News

TEMECULA: Couple used fake $50s at yard sales, police say | Temecula News

A San Jacinto couple has been charged with passing counterfeit bills after authorities say they bought trinkets with fake 50s at Temecula yards sales then pocketed the real money they received as change… more via TEMECULA: Couple used fake $50s at yard sales, police say | Temecula News | PE.com – Press-Enterprise.

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Two arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Chaparral High School

Two arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Chaparral High School

Two arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Chaparral High School According to a press release: Officers from the Temecula Police Department responded to Chaparral High School in reference to a burglary alarm. Officers found two suspects inside a building on campus. The two suspects attempted to run from the officers, one suspect was caught and taken […]

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Riverside Area

Undercover cop tricks autistic teen into buying pot

Undercover cop tricks autistic teen into buying pot

Undercover cop tricks autistic teen into buying pot

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Riverside: Press Enterprise Sold?

Riverside: Press Enterprise Sold?

A. H. Belo Corporation announced Thursday that it has agreed to sell The Press-Enterprise newspaper in Riverside, Calif., to Freedom Communications Holdings Inc. for $27.25 million. The deal, which includes The Press-Enterprise’s production facility and related land, is expected to close on or near Oct. 15, subject to necessary approvals. Dallas-based A. H. Belo has […]

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ANOTHER Man Dies in Police Custody Riverside County

ANOTHER Man Dies in Police Custody Riverside County

ANOTHER Man Dies in Police Custody Riverside County Authorities on Saturday were investigating what caused a man to die while in the custody of a Southern California police agency more via “Agitated” Man Dies in Police Custody | NBC Southern California.

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Inmate Who Killed Two Riverside Deputies Dead in Apparent Suicide

Inmate Who Killed Two Riverside Deputies Dead in Apparent Suicide

An inmate on death row for the murders of two Riverside County sheriff’s deputies was found dead in his cell Friday of an apparent suicide, authorities announced Monday MORE via Inmate Who Killed Two Riverside Deputies Dead in Apparent Suicide | KTLA 5.

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Temecula History

Temecula: Man Arrested on Alleged Attempted Murder Case

Temecula: Man Arrested on Alleged Attempted Murder Case

Temecula: Man Arrested on Alleged Attempted Murder Case According to a press release: The  Police Department  investigated a  shooting in the area Pepper  Ridge Court in Temecula. A  male victim was located at the scene and was transported to a  local hospital and treated for a gunshot wound. Additional  Police Investigators responded to assist with the […]

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TEMECULA: Couple used fake $50s at yard sales, police say | Temecula News

TEMECULA: Couple used fake $50s at yard sales, police say | Temecula News

A San Jacinto couple has been charged with passing counterfeit bills after authorities say they bought trinkets with fake 50s at Temecula yards sales then pocketed the real money they received as change… more via TEMECULA: Couple used fake $50s at yard sales, police say | Temecula News | PE.com – Press-Enterprise.

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Two arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Chaparral High School

Two arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Chaparral High School

Two arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Chaparral High School According to a press release: Officers from the Temecula Police Department responded to Chaparral High School in reference to a burglary alarm. Officers found two suspects inside a building on campus. The two suspects attempted to run from the officers, one suspect was caught and taken […]

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Drugs Not Discussed At City of Temecula 2013 State of the City Address

Drugs Not Discussed At City of Temecula 2013 State of the City Address

City of Temecula 2013 State of the City Address Drugs Not Discussed Michael Naggar Is the Mayor of Temecula and Victims say his city contracts The Adults described Below. Mayor Naggar took absolutely no action in assuring a child’s safety which was put at risk by those he and his city contracts, in which the […]

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Riverside History

Undercover cop tricks autistic teen into buying pot

Undercover cop tricks autistic teen into buying pot

Undercover cop tricks autistic teen into buying pot

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Norco search warrant nets 2 arrests, 572 marijuana plants

Norco search warrant nets 2 arrests, 572 marijuana plants

MORE HERE Norco search warrant nets 2 arrests, 572 marijuana plants | abc7.com.

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US Jury Debates Fate of Ex-Guatemala Soldier

US Jury Debates Fate of Ex-Guatemala Soldier

A federal jury in California was set to debate Tuesday whether a former Guatemalan soldier lied on his U.S. citizenship application about his alleged role in an army-led massacre there three decades ago. The jury received the case of former special forces officer Jorge Sosa on Monday afternoon, after prosecutors said in closing arguments that […]

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Riverside County: Serial rapist being sought

Riverside County: Serial rapist being sought

Riverside County: Serial rapist being sought

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Second Dry Ice Bomb Explodes at LAX

Second Dry Ice Bomb Explodes at LAX

Second Dry Ice Bomb Explodes at LAX

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Walmart Shelves Cleared During Food Stamp Panic

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Walmart Shelves Cleared During Food Stamp Panic

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Microsoft Pushes Phablets, Windows Phone Development

Microsoft Pushes Phablets, Windows Phone Development

Microsoft on Monday announced a Windows Phone update that not only enables support for quad-core processors but also paves the way for Windows phablets with 5- and 6-inch 1080p screens. The third major update since Windows Phone 8 debuted last fall, it will also add new features to existing phones, including a mode to safely […]

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Al Libi taken to New York week after capture

Al Libi taken to New York week after capture

The United States has brought Abu Anas al Libi — an alleged al Qaeda operative whom U.S. Army Delta Force soldiers captured in Libya this month — to New York, a U.S. attorney’s office said Monday. via Al Libi taken to New York week after capture – CNN.com.

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Reid on overcoming shutdown

Reid on overcoming shutdown

Reid on overcoming shutdown

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Boston Police officer becomes overnight sensation thanks to perfect sports photo

Boston Police officer becomes overnight sensation thanks to perfect sports photo

When a Boston police officer was captured by photographers with his arms in a celebratory victory sign as David Ortiz’s game-tying grand slam sent Torii Hunter flying into the bullpen, he instantly became a classic symbol of Beantown sports fans everywhere. via Boston Police officer becomes overnight sensation thanks to perfect sports photo | For […]

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LAPD Officer Mary O’Callaghan Charged

LAPD Officer Mary O’Callaghan Charged

LAPD Officer Mary O’Callaghan Charged

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Fort Worth officer fired, but not for his role in shooting

Fort Worth officer fired, but not for his role in shooting

FORT WORTH — One of two officers involved in the deadly shooting of a Woodhaven homeowner has been fired, but not for his role in the controversial incident. via Fort Worth officer fired, but not for his role in shooting | Crime and Safety | News fro….

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Netflix Cable Box Deal Spawned by Breaking Bad?

Netflix Cable Box Deal Spawned by Breaking Bad?

According to a recent report, Netflix is negotiating with several American cable companies in an effort to become a feature in regular set-top boxes. Comcast is one of the companies considering adding Netflix streaming to its boxes, The Wall Street Journal claims. via Netflix Cable Box Deal Spawned by Breaking Bad? | BGR.

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Enrico Ponzo, reputed mobster, faces charges in Boston long after disappearance

Enrico Ponzo, reputed mobster, faces charges in Boston long after disappearance

The mob associate lived a quiet ranch life in Idaho for about a decade before his past caught up with him. Now, more than 16 years later, he faces federal charges for his reported role in the world of organized crime, which included an alleged attempt to kill his boss. via Enrico Ponzo, reputed mobster, […]

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Family fights DOJ over Orange deputy’s death

Family fights DOJ over Orange deputy’s death

During his 14-year career as an Orange County Sheriff’s deputy, Mariano “Rocky” Lemus knew there was a chance he’d die in the line of duty.And when he did, his relatives and their attorneys say, the U.S. Department of Justice forced his family into an eight-year legal battle over benefits generally provided to all fallen officers. […]

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