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Double assault at the Chevron; local arrested

Double assault at the Chevron; local arrested

Riverside County Sheriff’s deputies arrested local Alfredo Tartaglia on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon and elder abuse. According to an RCSD Hemet station press release, Tartaglia was arrested after witnesses and a surveillance video confirmed his identity. Deputies arrested him at his residence after a brief struggle and booked him into the […]

 Idyllwild Crime sweep nets 12 arrests: Department is building additional leads

Idyllwild Crime sweep nets 12 arrests: Department is building additional leads

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department conducted an intensive week of raids and interrogations in Idyllwild that resulted in 12 arrests. The police operation began Monday, Aug. 20 in response to a rapid escalation of property crimes in greater Idyllwild over the last year. Hemet Station’s Lt. Dean Agnoletto coordinated the action. By Monday, Aug. 27, […]

Sheriff's Department arrests Ron Kimmerle - again

Sheriff’s Department arrests Ron Kimmerle – again

Riverside Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station deputies arrested Pine Cove resident Ron Kimmerle, 49, on suspicion of making criminal threats, a felony under California Penal Code 422. Hemet Station Special Investigations Supervisor Sgt. Wallace Clear confirmed the charges for which Kimmerle was arrested. The arrest occurred around noon on Monday, May 7 at Kimmerle’s Pine Cove […]

Sheriff's Idyllwild crime meeting draws capacity crowd

Sheriff’s Idyllwild crime meeting draws capacity crowd

About 150 greater Idyllwild residents attended a community meeting …

Sheriff’s Department to address community on increase in local crime

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station Commander, Captain Scot Collins and staff will meet with Hill community members at a town meeting to discuss the recent escalation in criminal activity in the Idyllwild area, including an armed robbery and a growing number of felony crimes to property.

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