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tony giron April 11, 2014 at 04:01 pm
So it's ok because god see all so those two that hurt those babys god will take care of everything.Read More So you ever deleteing me from the patch may be you should have a heart and think about those babys.because I am. And I will be the voice for that little one .
beaumontdave April 11, 2014 at 11:46 pm
I speak for God, he okay, the moon still rise, we are good, god good, fire bad, sometime, where JaneRead More and Cheetah?
Rob Turmer April 12, 2014 at 09:43 am
BD- read your comment with a mouthful of coffee. Still cleaning the computer.
Alek J Hidell April 3, 2014 at 11:39 am
if only they spent this much trouble in trying to find other types of crime, such as gangleaders orRead More bank robbers or perhaps criminal aliens?
Rob Turmer April 3, 2014 at 11:58 am
You're kidding me, right? Sick monsters like this who rape kids--and don't even say sex with a minorRead More can ever be considered consensual --are right up there with those other crimes, in my book. They destroy lives just as effectively.
Jeff Russell Hall Photo, with son Joseph see in background/YouTube
Lisa Daxer April 1, 2014 at 12:11 pm
@Jeremiah--I am actually an abuse survivor, so I do know what it was like for me. I can't know whatRead More it was like for anyone else, because every situation and every person is unique. Even with that experience--especially with that experience--I still believe that murdering your abuser is wrong, because it means you have decided to give in to hate.
Jeremiah April 1, 2014 at 01:18 pm
Or necessity. I agree - if it is done from hate, that is wrong. But often, as I suspect in thisRead More case, it is fear and desperation. Any abuser, as far as I am concerned, gives up any right of consideration upon abusing. In my mind there is no difference between abuse and attempted murder - both totally disregard the rights and worth of another person. **** You don't sound like a Survivor to me - you sound like a Victor! I tell people I talk with that there are 3 positions, not 2. There is Victim, Survivor, and finally Victor when you grow above and beyond it and use it as a tool to help others. You are doing that and I am in awe of your strength! **** Jeremiah
beaumontdave April 1, 2014 at 01:52 pm
Asking an eleven-year-old to have a proportional response to his father's abuse would be what,Read More knee-capping him? This kid shot his dad because "he didn't want him to divorce his stepmom". Judging this child further is pointless, he needs professional help and care or Hosty's predictions are the likely result. People train and educate for years to deal with the complexities of a case like this and your just going to have to let them deal with it, it's a little beyond the hug him, feed him, straighten him up and fly him straight mentality of the average parent.
Assemblyman Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, at his swearing in ceremony in 2012.
James P Hosty March 26, 2014 at 05:47 pm
Ronald O'Donnell go back to chasing ambulances for Larry H Parker, you pathetic clown. And stopRead More molesting illegal aliens kids. Repulsive wretch.
An aerial view of the massive mudslide in Washington state.
beaumontdave March 26, 2014 at 08:03 am
My ground is well secured, and fairly flat. It' defensible and safe come the 100 year flood. Now ifRead More I could just eliminate the tweeky, sketchy-looking dudes traversing my street occasionally.
RICHARD FALCON March 26, 2014 at 02:07 pm
to much water is no problem, to little water is no problem, if you smoke pot.. ?right James P?
James P Hosty March 26, 2014 at 02:36 pm
shut your Falcon mouth.....
Meth found at the San Clemente checkpoint last month. Photo courtesy the U.S. Border Patrol.
SA March 21, 2014 at 03:35 pm
@ James ...You are so spot on I love the killing of kids it is just so fun, crap there should be aRead More hunting season for killing kids #sarcasm … Man are you sick to even suggest that a person would enjoy killing anyone …. ? To be honest your comment was racist within itself .... Westminster ... You left out Irvine .... Pig
PrescientLogic March 22, 2014 at 11:07 am
LOL! I love the governments title for the 3 emerging areas of international criminal activity.Read More Gangs Beyond Borders!!?? Ought to be; Foreign Gangs competing with corrupt established existing Governent Gangs. Entertainment at it's best for faex populi.
Dr.Eville March 23, 2014 at 10:38 pm
Alek can't help it, he's just a DICK!!
rubberband March 11, 2014 at 12:20 pm
Ever been in the situation where your car is just like the Amber Alert car? And while you areRead More driving people are staring at you weird? My sister was a jumpy wreck when she got home from work, she drives a similar Saturn, and felt like she was Public Enemy #1...She is a good lady, so it was a little bit funny because she is the LAST person who'd harm a kid...I am glad the boy was found, hope his home life won't be a crappy mess.
all-c-ing-eye March 11, 2014 at 01:10 pm
The headline read "12 yr. old boy finds safe" my 1st thought was were there any valuablesRead More in it and hope he didnt climb in and close the door.
all-c-ing-eye March 11, 2014 at 01:11 pm
amend spelling on previous post-found safe
Richard Heltebrake says Christopher Dorner took his vehicle, telling him 'I don't want to hurt you, just get out and start walking and take your dog.'  Patch file photo by Guy McCarthy.
Serious Sam March 12, 2014 at 12:42 am
This person should have been given A SHARE of the rewards offered. ........ Even if his reasonableRead More claim was rejected he should not have to pay any attorney costs Riverside County incurred to get out of paying him. ........ And besides that if it was so obvious that the county should not have to pay, then how could it be reasonable to charge $35,000 to defeat the claim.
Joseph Morabito March 12, 2014 at 07:01 am
Sam, tell me again why the tax payers should be on the hook when people bring frivolous lawsuitsRead More against us? Imagine the deluge that is waiting for your to take over when it comes to our purse strings. The man didn't qualify for any rewards, he simply was greedy and that isn't what the reward was designed for. It wasn't intended to be compensation for Dorner's victims, it was designed to get a person with inside info to 'spill the beans' and get him caught. How people don't grasp that only tells me how lost you are.
SA March 14, 2014 at 01:52 pm
@Sam are you insane? … No he should not be awarded anything as anyone can call 911 and reportRead More anything at any time … He should be liable from the attorney fees as he filed a litigious action … Liberals I do not understand y’all’s thinking …
trueconservative March 5, 2014 at 02:23 pm
She is much worse than a shop lifter. When a person dies whoever signs off on the death certificateRead More reports the social security number of the deceased to social security, at least that is what they did with my husband. This woman somehow circumvented this process to be able to continue to collect the money. My husband just passed away and I went to the bank and told them, called the social security and pension plan. I can understand an uninformed person not knowing the process but someone in her position knows what needs to be done. I want this person in prison, not at home wearing a ankle bracelet and eating bon-bons.
ChrisG March 5, 2014 at 02:27 pm
@true, if she is convicted she will be disbarred. I would rather have her on probation and payingRead More the money back than having her in prison. She has cost us enough and is not a threat to society.
ADB Security March 13, 2014 at 04:17 pm
Sure, she will be disbarred and then when she gets out she will take the Bar's goody two shoes classRead More and get reinstated. Proof, Bar #123450. Suspended, Disbarred, reinstated, you do the homework and tell me she won't be reinstated to practice law.
The search is underway for a missing Moreno Valley senior.
Ron Mexico March 2, 2014 at 03:31 pm
This dude looks so much like Morgan Freeman, you'd think he'd be spotted by now...
Donna March 2, 2014 at 08:24 pm
I'am really worried as we havent heard any news on Charlie. He has been missing too long... ThisRead More rain and cold wont help.. Hope they will find him soon....
KELLY D. DIVINE March 5, 2014 at 10:41 am
Alek J Hidell February 28, 2014 at 08:22 am
The state seizes any and all assets these individuals and their families have amassed, rescindsRead More their Green Cards (sic) with immediate deportation upon completion of their sentences.. Or we could do it my way and go the pigskin route...
dhuddlestun February 28, 2014 at 09:10 am
Responsible home owners , please give me a break , if your dumb enough to fall for that crap thenRead More you get what you deserve.
Steve February 28, 2014 at 08:59 pm
They are in the same class as looters.
Photo courtesy:  California Office of Traffic Safety
ATC February 4, 2014 at 09:16 pm
Well, reading that link, it appears that there is indeed a reason for doing the checkpoint at 8 amRead More during the week. Temecula had nearly 40 daytime DUI arrests last year, 25% of them on a Wednesday. Lotta daytime drinking going on in Temecula?
The Majority February 4, 2014 at 09:33 pm
I think what's really interesting here is that Temecula Police Sgt. Dean Spivacke indicated in aRead More press conference regarding that checkpoint on Wednesday Oct 30th that the department made 10 DUI arrests over a one year period occurring on Wednesdays. Hypothetically, if we were to assume that a DUI checkpoint was as effective as all of the alternatives methods used to acquire 10 DUI arrests over a 52 week period, the department only had a 1 and 5 to make one DUI arrest on Oct 30th. If only two or three arrests were made that day, the department could justify that the checkpoint was more effective than all of the alternatives used to make DUI arrests. This is evidence that DUI checkpoints are far less effective than all of the alternatives used for making the roads safer by removing impaired drivers
KB February 6, 2014 at 10:10 pm
@ATC I was mistaken, the jay walker beat up and hospitalized by the police was 84 not 80. JustRead More google: 84 year old hospital jaywalk
Fontana Police Department
Annie G. January 27, 2014 at 10:16 am
what the.........hey oodle, first i see you in winchester calling it your town and here you areRead More making it sound like fontana is your town. love when someone makes a profile and can't get where they live down straight. so trolly.
Aniko The Lawyer January 27, 2014 at 12:29 pm
If you or a loved one is arrested or may soon be - get prepared -- go to AnikoTheLawyer.com and callRead More 909-295-5555
Annie G. January 27, 2014 at 03:57 pm
oooohh........just earthquake alley mostly-- death, aren't you like a little far from home yourself?Read More taking notes from you, just a shadow peep on the wall, adding it in, never say i'm from a place i'm not though, like some of these guys. weird to say cops in my town, go far away, say the same type thing. thats another trolly type with MOTIVE
Photo of Phil Richards shared by Inland Empire Biking Alliance
beaumontdave January 21, 2014 at 10:41 pm
I don't k now, "ghost bike" has a weirdness to it, Angel bike, memorial bike, shadow bike,Read More riderless bike, honor bike. Maybe a memorial bike that collects photos, notes, and other momentos that folks put on the bike for the family to have. Sorry, just spitballing, RIP Phil.
Washy January 22, 2014 at 05:41 am
At many sites where bicyclist have been killed there are ghost bikes, some are frames of bikes, someRead More are poles with the helmet on top
Rex January 22, 2014 at 06:46 am
Cyclists have been doing that and calling it that for many years BD. Not something they just came upRead More with.
Paul Chapman, 81, is suspected of molesting two young girls at his Rancho Cucamonga home. Photo courtesy of San Bernardino County Sheriff's.
rubberband January 23, 2014 at 02:10 pm
Predators that molest do it for control...it's not "horny-ness or feelin' sexy"...WhatRead More molesters and rapist do is deviant and horrible and not about getting or sustaining an erection....And women can be both molesters and rapists, as well......Annie, I DO understand and agree: lobbying for insurance to cover Viagra for men while not advocating coverage for birth control for women is LAME, however it just doesn't fit in this instance. Rape doesn't require a penis.
Kandyce Vicens January 24, 2014 at 12:59 pm
People should never leave kids, even with some relatives. There a lot of sick people out there, andRead More you don't really know who the "Shiawt deviant" is. I remember, when I was a little girl, my mother always adviced me not to ever sit in anybodys lap, including friends and some of the male family members. I always follow her advice. I never had any problems, but I was also very aware of any strangers, and even of the teachers in school. Kids, have to know, that many perverts male or female are lurking in any place.
rubberband January 24, 2014 at 01:23 pm
And some of them get positions working with children. SCREEN with extreme prejudice and care anyoneRead More that works with children in ANY capacity. SCREEN THEM. Teachers, coaches, priests, councilors, therapists, police are MOSTLY good people that care and are decent...there are some that aren't...Screen when you hire people, and pay the money for the fingerprint and identity clearance. It is worth every dime. "California law authorizes certain governmental and private organizations to conduct criminal offender record information background checks to help determine the suitability of a person applying for a license, employment, or a volunteer position working with children, the elderly, or the disabled. Law enforcement agencies, public and private schools, non-profit organizations, and in-home supportive care agencies are some of the organizations authorized to conduct these fingerprint-based background checks. During the 2012-13 fiscal year, the Department of Justice (DOJ) processed three million background check requests."
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