Tag: burglaries

Sheriff’s Station Asks For Public’s Help in Identifying Suspects

            Big Bear, CA, March 3, 2015 – As part of the ongoing investigation into the commercial burglary that occurred at the Gas for Less in Big Bear City on February 26, detectives have obtained additional video and photographs of the suspects. The images were collected from another ATM, moments before the burglary. The video shows the same vehicle seen at the Gas for Less parked in front of this machine and the suspects approaching and tampering with the ATM. Anyone who can identify the individuals seen in the photos accompanying this story is encouraged to contact the Detective Bureau at the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station at...

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A Busy Month for the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station

Big Bear, CA, January 28, 2015 – Shortly before 2:00 p.m. on January 27, deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station conducted a traffic stop in Sugarloaf. The passenger in the vehicle, a 24 year old white male, was known to deputies to be on active parole. The driver, a 20 year old white male, was found to have an active felony warrant in connection with a robbery committed earlier this month. During a search of the vehicle, deputies located a long gun and stolen property from a recent burglary. Both suspects remain in custody. On January 21, following up on investigative leads, deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station executed a search warrant at a residence in Big Bear City and discovered a convicted felon to be at the location and in possession of a stolen firearm. The 29 year old white male was taken into custody and booked into the Big Bear Jail on multiple felony charges including being under the influence of a controlled substance while in the possession of a loaded firearm as well as outstanding misdemeanor warrants. And back on January 17, deputies responded to a report of water theft at a vacation residence in Big Bear Lake. Upon arrival, they observed a garden hose and extension cord running from the reporting party’s property to the house next door. They also determined that the...

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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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Stolen Property Recovered

Big Bear City, CA, Sept. 23, 2014 – As part of an ongoing investigation regarding a series of burglaries linked between Big Bear and the High Desert, detectives from both the Big Bear and Apple Valley Sheriff’s Stations served a search warrant at a residence in Big Bear City last Thursday. Execution of the warrant led to the discovery of narcotics and stolen property linked to at least 14 burglaries in Big Bear and the High Desert. Three female suspects were arrested at the residence. They were identified as Christina Delonnie, Sara Gonzales, and Cassandra Chavira and were booked into the Big Bear Jail on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance. The arraignment hearings on this matter were held yesterday at the San Bernardino County Superior Court.  Additional suspects in the burglaries have been identified and the investigation is...

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More Burglaries In Big Bear

Big Bear Valley, CA, June 12, 2012, 8:00am – According to the Big Bear Sheriff’s Department, there’s been an increase in the number of vehicle burglaries from unlocked cars in the valley. Investigation of the burglaries is ongoing with deputies and detectives following up on all leads. You can minimize your chances of becoming a victim by taking a few simple steps. ~ Keep car doors, windows and sunroofs closed and locked. ~ Never leave valuables in your vehicle. ~ Park your vehicle in well-lit areas. ~ Do not leave your keys in your vehicle. ~ Do not leave cash or change in the cup holder. ~ Mark all of your electronic equipment with a personal identification number and keep a list of the serial number, make and model number of each item. This will help in the recovery of your property if you have anything stolen. Anyone with information on the recent vehicle burglaries should contact the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station at 866-0100.  Information can also be reported anonymously by calling 1 (800) 78-CRIME. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP31549.mp3|titles=Recent Burglaries – Mike Evans...

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