Tag: Baldwin Lake

Police and Fire Respond To a Reported Psychiatric Call

Big Bear, CA, February 26th, 2016 – Developing story out in Baldwin Lake.  At 1:05pm Police and Fire responded to a reported structure fire at the 1500 block of Cactus Dr, Cross Streets, Baldwin Lake Rd/Serpentine Dr.  Sheriffs encountered  a mentally unstable man attempting to light his home on fire.  When Law Enforcement approached  the man began to run and was said to have cut his own throat.  Check back here at kbhr933.com as more information becomes...

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Kidnapping – Update “Did Not Occur”

UPDATE: Big Bear, CA March 20, 2015 5:55 PM – Detectives of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station have thoroughly investigated the attempted kidnapping that was reported yesterday. On 03/20/15, additional interviews were conducted and surveillance video from residences near the incident location was recovered and reviewed. Based upon the evidence to date, it has been determined by the Sheriff’s Department that the attempted kidnapping that was reported did not occur.  The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station appreciates the quick response from Valley residents in providing tips and leads that assisted in this investigation. Big Bear, CA, March 20, 2015 8:30 AM – Yesterday, deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station responded to a report of an attempted kidnapping that occurred on Wednesday, March 18, in the vicinity of Highway 18 near Third Street in Baldwin Lake. Two unknown subjects driving in a black sedan stopped a 12 year old female juvenile while she was walking home from her bus stop after school. A male passenger opened his door and asked the victim where she was going. The victim ran to her residence and the male subject chased after her. Once the victim was safely inside her house, the male subject ran back to the vehicle and the car fled westbound on Highway 18. The passenger is described as a white male adult, mid 30s, 5’8″-5’10” tall with a thin build, and...

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Sacred Landmark in Big Bear is Subject of “God’s Golden Eye”

Baldwin Lake, CA, September 13, 2013 — Part-time local resident Ian James Murphy will premier his inaugural film at the 2013 Big Bear Lake International Film Festival. “God’s Golden Eye” is a historical account of the desecration of a sacred tribal landmark near Baldwin Lake. Serrano Indians occupied our local mountains 2,000 years ago, worshiping a dome of brilliant white quartz called “God’s Eye” as the eye of their creator, “Kruktat”. In the 1850s the Serranos were brutally chased out of their homelands by ranchers angry at attacks on their valley homesteads. This left God’s Eye exposed, and when the California gold rush brought miners to Big Bear, they dynamited the sacred site in a fruitless search for gold. Murphy narrates the 33-minute documentary, sharing interviews with Native Americans, Mining representatives and individuals from the Big Bear Discovery Center and the Big Bear Valley Historical Museum. The movie explores California’s rich history and the cultural differences of the early inhabitants of Big Bear Valley, in particular. Murphy recently returned from Peru filming his second film, investigating why people from all around the world travel to the high Andes, to gain spiritual enlightenment from the Shamans. “God’s Golden Eye” will screen September 22 at 11:30 a.m. at Village Theaters in Big Bear Lake. View the trailer here.             Local land healer Dixie Madden and County Supervisor James Ramos were interviewed for this film.    ...

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Baldwin Lake Public Meeting

Baldwin Lake, CA, January 30, 2013 – The San Bernardino County Fire Department is inviting all Baldwin Lake residents to an informational meeting regarding Fire and EMS services with the community. The meeting will take place on Friday, February 15 at 7:00 pm at the Civil Air Patrol – EOC Building at 100 West Meadow Lane in Big Bear...

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Volunteers Needed To Count Bald Eagles

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