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Deputies Seek Information On Homicide In Lucerne Valley

Lucerne Valley, Ca, February 17, 2012, 12:00pm – Deputies of the Victor Valley Station are seeking information regarding the death of a two-year-old boy that occurred in Lucerne Valley yesterday.  On Thursday, February 16, 2012, at approximately 10:06 p.m., Deputies from Victor Valley Station responded to the 9200 Block of Anza Trail in Lucerne Valley, to assist medical aid regarding a two-year-old child who had been assaulted and was possibly not breathing.  Upon arrival, Deputies found the fire department and medical aid already on scene performing CPR on the victim.  The victim was transported to Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center by ambulance.  Once at Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center the victim was air lifted to Loma Linda University Medical Center for treatment. Early this morning, the victim was sadly pronounced deceased at Loma Linda University Medical Center.  As the victim was being transported from the scene, deputies located a male suspect later identified as, Ceasar Vasquez, hiding in the desert with what appeared to be a self-inflicted wound to his neck.  Vasquez was detained and transported to Desert Valley Hospital where he was treated for his injuries.  Through investigation, Vasquez was identified as the boyfriend of the child’s mother and investigators believe he is responsible for the injuries suffered by the victim.   Vasquez was arrested, transported and booked into the West Valley Detention Center for PC 187 Murder.  Anyone...

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22 Month Old Male Dies : Death Under Investigation

Big Bear, Ca, January 31, 2012, 4:00pm – According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff Station responded to a call of a child not breathing on January 30th at the Crossings at Big Bear Lake, the new apartments that were built in the middle of last year.  The child was a 22 month old male, and was pronounced deceased at the scene.   According to Johnny Wells, the young boy was Brandon Copley Jr, and his family has no financial support to cover burial costs.  Collection cans for assistance for the family in this difficult time can be found at both 7/11’s and Community Market.  There has also been a memorial account set up at First Mountain Bank to accept donations.  A death investigation is being conducted and an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP31320.mp3|titles=Brandon Copley...

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Sheriff Station Seeking Assistance In Finding Troll

Big Bear, Ca, January 5, 2011, 12:00pm – The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station, and new local business Trolls is asking for the publics assistance in finding a stolen sign.  Some time between the hours of midnight on December 23rd and 10:10 a.m. on December 24th , an unknown suspect stole a wooden carved troll that is part of  the Trolls store front sign located at 40766 Village Drive in Big Bear Lake.  The matter is being investigated by the Detective’s Bureau of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station.  The Sheriff’s Station is requesting assistance from the public to be on the lookout for the carving.  Anyone with information regarding this incident is requested to contact Detective Ray Mariedth at the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station, (909)...

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Sheriff Encourages Residents With Mail Boxes To Collect Mail Everyday

Big Bear, Ca, October 20, 2011, 12:00pm – Last week a resident of Big Bear city in the Shay Meadows area woke up at 2:00am, and noticed a person outside trying light a fire.  Deputies were called, but the suspect fled before they arrived, and as it was dark outside there is no description of the suspect.  Deputies found that the suspect had collected mail from cluster mailboxes in the Shay Meadows area, and attempted to light the mail on fire.  Some of the mail didn’t burn and was returned to owners.  The Big Bear Sheriffs department encourages residents with cluster mailboxes to collect their mail everyday, and to have mail held at the post office if you are going on Vacation.  The Sheriffs Department also added that residents leaving on Vacation can stop by the Sheriffs Department and fill out a form to have their home checked on while you are away.  This is a free service from the Citizens on Patrol, and they will drive by your home, and walk the perimeter of your home every day that you are gone on Vacation up to 30 days a year.  For more information on this service call the Sheriff’s Department at...

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Twin Peaks Sheriff Station Looking For Suspects After Altercation On Highway 18

Big Bear, Ca, October 18, 2011, 3:00pm – The San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department, Twin Peaks Station is asking the public for assistance is finding two male suspects who assaulted a 24 year old male resident of Blue Jay this past Sunday.  At approximately 10:40 p.m., Deputies from the Twin Peaks Station responded to a report of a road rage incident where the occupants of two vehicles stopped in the middle of up bound Highway 18 near Old Waterman Canyon Road and began fighting.  Upon arrival, deputies were informed that two male suspects in their 30’s had gotten out of a large 4×4 truck and confronted the victim who had gotten out of his vehicle, which was being driven by his 22 year old wife.  During the altercation, the victim was hit with a rock, causing a laceration to the head, and at one point during the fight, the victim wielded a hockey stick at the two suspects, and the wife pepper sprayed one of the two assailants.  After the altercation the two unknown suspects turned around and drove southbound on Highway 18 towards San Bernardino, which is the direction from which they came.  The victim was transported by ambulance to Loma Linda Hospital, and deputies did not locate the suspect vehicle.  The vehicle is described as a lifted 4×4 pick up truck, light metallic in color with large...

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