Friday, July 28, 2017

• Hemet Perps Invade La Cresta

Burglary suspects apprehended

Here are the facts of the case as related from the Riverside County Sheriffs Department.

On 7/27/17, at approximately 12:58 PM, deputies from the Lake Elsinore sheriff’s station responded to an alarm activation in the 38700 block of Avenida Bonita, in the area of La Cresta. As deputies arrived on scene, they were flagged down by a citizen who reported seeing two subjects running down an embankment. 

He also reported a suspicious vehicle in the area. Responding deputies established a perimeter and with the assistance of a sheriff’s helicopter, one suspect was taken into custody without incident. Shortly after, the suspicious vehicle was spotted in the area and two additional suspects were also taken into custody.  

Martin was arrested for crimes related to burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, possession of stolen property and committing a felony while out on bail and taken to the Cois Byrd Detention Center for booking. One of the suspects was identified as Kassey Harris Martin, 18, a resident of Hemet. Martin was found in possession of stolen property and was determined to be out on bail for burglary. 

The second suspect was identified as Vanessa Jones, 18, a resident of Hemet and was determined to be the getaway driver. The third suspect was a 17 year-old female, a resident of Hemet. Further investigation also led to the arrest of a fourth suspect in this case, who was subsequently found in the city of Temecula. He was identified as Andru Trinidad Nolen, 20, a resident of Hemet.

Jones was arrested for crimes related to conspiracy to commit burglary, accessory to commit burglary and possession of stolen property and taken to the Cois Byrd Detention Center for booking. 

Nolen was arrested for crimes related to burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, resisting arrest and violation of probation and taken to the Cois Byrd Detention Center for booking. 

The female juvenile was arrested for conspiracy to commit burglary and possession of stolen property, and released to a parent with a pending felony case in juvenile court.

Anyone with additional information is urged to call Riverside County Sheriff’s dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s Station at (951) 245-3300.     


Nice job RSO, now if we can just prosecute and incarcerate this mini mob, that would be great... though with things like AB 109, Prop 47 and Prop 57, there is no guarantee that they will get any real jail time from this.

This got me thinking about the claims of increased crime rates that could hit the area if some condos get constructed on the south side of town. 

With the way that some people in the W can think of nothing other than the much ballyhooed Camelia Townhouse development lately, and how "it's going to cause a of wave of crime" while "lowering the property values throughout the city of Murrieta" (the second is a paraphrased quote from a self declared local real estate expert spoken at a planning commission meeting) I couldn't help but join in the fun with my own cockeyed thoughts on the matter that I posted on a facebook thread.
So, based on the logic of what was said during a planning commission meeting, where it was proclaimed that "Murrieta police stated that if they don't witness a person climbing my back fence, they will not pursue the perpetrator. Wildomar Police, if it didn't happen in their town, they say "it's not their issue."

I guess that means if criminals steal things from other cities, and not just from their own city... then they're in the clear? Not sure what else could have been meant by the concerned resident, but you can see that exact quote starting at the 4:07 mark of the video. Maybe I missed what he was actually trying to convey.

Below is the video where the claims of property values falling throughout all of Murrieta if Camelia is built. That assertion begins at the 4:55 mark. The rest of the video is mostly comprised of outlandish statements made during official city meetings regarding the proposed development by public speakers.

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Desperation is like stealing from the Mafia: you stand a good chance of attracting the wrong attention.
– Douglas Horton

If you're intent on jerking with the Mafia, Wildomar Rap suggests making it the last thing on your bucket list.

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