It may soon be against the law for residents in Hesperia to purchase single-serve alcoholic beverages from their local store.
A local family’s Father’s Day celebration turned to tragedy when a man was shot and killed in an apparent off-roading fight.
A newlywed bride and her Navy husband are left with only mental memories and cellphone pictures of their special day after they say someone stole their wedding photographer’s camera and equipment, including their wedding photographs.
Hesperia Police say a woman’s stolen phone inadvertently led them to a THC lab and the arrest of six suspects.
The victim, who wish to be identified only as Joe, says he required 11 stitches above his nose and several staples on the back of his head after the confrontation near the intersection of Ranchero Road and Cottonwood Avenue last Wednesday night.
The resident, who only wanted to be identified as Richard, says he saw the man scoping out his neighbor’s home in the 14000 block of Willow Street when no one was home.
Three women and a young girl run for cover inside Hesperia City Hall as the suspect is seen on the cell phone video standing in the doorway, chasing after them.
The two occupants of the Toyota sedan suffered major injuries, but reportedly refused medical attention and were described by officials as “uncooperative” with the investigation.
A 31-year-old convicted felon remained in custody Thursday on suspicion of possessing firearms at his home in Hesperia.
A 24-year-old man remained in custody Wednesday on suspicion of abusing his girlfriend’s 4-month-old son.
A Hesperia woman was shocked to find a keepsake inside a box on the side of a freeway last week and is determined to find its owner.
The attack happened at the family’s home on February 8th.
Calls for action rang out at a Hesperia City Council meeting Monday after cellphone video surfaced of an animal shelter employee dragging a lost dog down a hall.
Some called it animal cruelty.
A 19-year-old Hesperia woman has been arrested in the death of her infant son, officials said Wednesday.