Tag: Sugarloaf Park

Suspect at Large Since Sunday

Sugarloaf, CA, November 5, 2013 – The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect at large. On Sunday evening, a 32-year-old female drove to Sugarloaf Park and parked her vehicle, then was attacked when she got out of her car. The male suspect reportedly held her against a tree while attempting to sexually assault her. During a struggle, the suspect pushed the woman to the ground and burned her face and arm with a lighter. The suspect released the victim and fled the park after the victim was able to make a call on her cell phone. She then drove herself to Bear Valley Community Hospital, where she was treated for her injuries and released. The suspect was last seen heading north from Sugarloaf Park into a wooded area toward the cemetery. Deputies searched Sugarloaf Park and the surrounding neighborhood, but were unable to locate him. He is described as being a white male adult, 25 to 35 years of age, six feet tall, between 160-170 pounds, with medium length hair and an unshaven beard. At the time of the assault, he was wearing jeans, a dark sweatshirt, and a backpack. Anyone having information regarding this incident is urged to contact the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station at (909) 866-0100. Information can also be reported anonymously by contacting WE-TIP at (800) 78-CRIME....

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Bowling Family Donates $30,000 to Sugarloaf Park!

Big Bear, Ca, December 29, 2011, 5:00pm – The Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District announced this week that long time residents Ray and Cheryl Bowling along with their children donated 30,000 towards the continued renovation of the Sugarloaf Park.  Their contribution will help bolster the recent improvements including the new tennis court, skate park, picnic shelter, ball field fencing and lighting, basketball court, ADA pathways, and new ADA accessible spectator seating for the ball field.  “We’ve seen so much improvement to Sugarloaf Park in the last couple of years that we figured an additional donation might help complete the effort,” said Ray.  With the large donation further improvements to the park can occur, and will include a new “older kids” swing set, playground wood chips, additional turf areas, fencing, renovation of the existing picnic shelter, and most notably, a quarter mile exercise track complete with fitness stations.  The Bowling Family has donated $30,000 toward this effort, through the Soroptimist International of Big Bear Valley’s Youth Foundation.  Foundation President Theresa Reagan-Blood explained, “This is another example of the wonderful families in Big Bear who continue to support not only our kids, but our community in general, and we are proud to continue to partner with the Park District in improving and sustaining parks and recreation programming.  Bowling’s kids have participated in many Park District programs over the years,...

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