Tag: Big Bear Lake

Lucky Kayakers get Quick Rescue from Big Bear Lake Patrol

Big Bear Lake, CA February 12 , 2015 –  Spending time on the lake in a boat or kayak in the winter months can be a deadly combination even if the sun is out and temperatures are a balmy 50 degrees.  Always use caution, wear a life vest and realize that regular patrol of the lake is not possible in the colder months.   The water is cold and hypothermia is a predictable outcome if you end up in the water.   Here is the description and photos of what happened given to us by Kim Baker with the photos taken by her friends George and Sam.   “Here are some pictures of the the two kayaker’s that turned over in the lake on Tuesday Feb 10 2015. The pictures are from a couple of fishermen that saw it when it happened,  and called 911.  Emergency was there in a matter of minuets.  They are alive and fine.  Fishermen where on Sandy Beach north shore.   George and Sam.”...

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Body Found in Lake Positively Identified

Big Bear Lake, CA, January 9, 2015 – The San Bernardino County Coroner has positively identified the female found in Big Bear Lake on Thursday, January 8, 2015 as missing person Lisa Ann Cimbaluk. Examinations will be conducted in order to determine the cause of death. The investigation is being handled by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department – Big Bear...

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Big Bear Sheriffs Asking for Public’s Help in the Search for Lisa Cimbaluk of Irvine

Big Bear Lake, CA January 5, 2015 –  Early yesterday morning, deputies from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office Big Bear Station discovered the snow covered vehicle of a missing woman at the Woodland Trailhead in Fawnskin. Lisa Cimbaluk was reported missing from Irvine on 12-29-2014 by her parents. Deputies and volunteers searched the area yesterday for the missing woman and are very concerned due to the overnight temperatures in the area. The San Bernardino Sheriff’s are seeking the public’s help. Lisa Cimbaluk is described as Caucasian, 5′ 5″, 150lbs, with brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information is urged to call the Sheriff’s Department at (909) 866-0100. As of 7:30pm Sunday night, authority’s have not yet located the woman. The search has reconvened this...

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Burglary Arrest Clears Multiple Cases

Big Bear Lake, CA, November, 17, 2014 – Last Thursday, November 13, deputies of the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station arrested Jason Daniel Hernandez, a resident of Big Bear Lake, in conjunction with a residential burglary that took place in Twin Peaks. On Friday, the Multiple Enforcement Team of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station conducted further investigation and has identified Hernandez as the suspect in 4 additional burglary cases and 2 cases of grand theft auto that occurred in Big Bear Lake in the residential neighborhood off Catalina Road. As a result, multiple stolen items of property were recovered, including a stolen vehicle and stolen electronic gaming devices. The owners of the property that was recovered have been identified. Suspect Jason Daniel Hernandez was booked on additional felony charges of burglary and grand theft auto. He remains in custody in lieu of $75,000. An arraignment hearing in this matter is set for today at San Bernardino County Superior...

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Vehicle Pursuit Results in Felony Arrest

Big Bear lake, CA, October 28, 2014 – Shortly before 5:00 a.m. this morning, a deputy of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station heard screaming coming from the Travelodge  in Big Bear Lake. He determined it to be a physical altercation between a male and a female. While making contact with the female, he noticed a male subject get into a vehicle and speed away from the location. Additional deputies responded to the incident and when the driver of the vehicle failed to yield, a pursuit began. A records check of the license plate found that the vehicle was stolen. The vehicle fled East on Big Bear Blvd. at speeds nearing 90 miles per hour and continued on to Highway 38 towards Onyx Summit. Deputies from the Yucaipa Sheriff’s Station assisted by deploying a spike strip on the highway in Angelous Oaks. Big Bear deputies then performed a pursuit intervention technique, or PIT maneuver, that effectively stopped the vehicle in Angelous Oaks. The suspect, identified as 31-year-old Stephen Cano, was taken into custody and booked on felony charges of spousal abuse, possession of a stolen vehicle, evading a peace officer, and disregard for public safety and remains in custody in lieu of $100,000...

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