Authorities said a suspect has been arrested for the fatal shooting of a woman in San Jacinto.
A 35-year-old San Jacinto man was found in good condition in the Indio area Tuesday after his wife feared he may have been kidnapped, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
John R. Ecker, 35, may have been kidnapped and Riverside County authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating him.
Authorities Saturday announced the arrest of a 39-year-old man in connection with an explosion that rocked a San Jacinto neighborhood on Friday afternoon.
Brandon Hults, 20, was traveling south at about 2 a.m. when he lost control of his sedan. His vehicle struck a guard rail.
A Riverside County Superior Court judge ruled Friday that four people — three men and a woman — must stand trial on attempted murder charges for beating and abducting an acquaintance in San Jacinto last December.
A woman remained behind bars Sunday for allegedly punching an officer who was attempting to take her into custody.
Five family members were injured early Sunday morning after a car plowed into them while they were retrieving a fallen barbecue in Riverside County.
“I really thought I was going to die that day,” said Bruna Secco, a resident of San Jacinto.
Authorities say a paraglider in San Jacinto was left critically injured Sunday afternoon after crashing into a ridge.
Authorities say a convenience store employee who was knocked unconscious after a slip-and-fall was subsequently beaten with a stolen 40-ounce bottle of beer.
Authorities say a paraglider was killed Sunday after striking some live power lines in San Jacinto.
A 32-year-old woman was arrested late Friday evening for allegedly aiming a laser at a police patrol vehicle and then a sheriff’s helicopter in the city of San Jacinto, authorities said.
A motorist lost control of his vehicle, was ejected, and then struck by another vehicle and killed Saturday evening in Hemet, according to authorities.
Authorities say a homeless man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted firefighters and sheriff’s deputies when they tried to respond to a “man down” call.