CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Deputy Taken to Hospital After Being Struck by Armed Suspect

A San Bernardino Sheriff deputy in Rancho Cucamonga was rushed to a hospital after being struck by an armed suspect in a vehicle. The deputy was conducting a traffic investigation on a vehicle related to retail theft at the entrance to the shopping center in the 11800 block of Foothill Boulevard just after 7pm Saturday Read More…

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CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Man Stabs Occupants at Rancho Cucamonga Group Home

A man broke into a Rancho Cucamonga group home and stabbed the occupants inside on Tuesday. Deputies received the call in the 9200 block of 19th street around 6pm. They identified the suspect as 37-year old Jeremy Rice. Deputies say Rice fled the scene after the stabbing. Witnesses reported Rice jumping fences and running through Read More…

CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS POMONA RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Robbery Suspect Leads Deputies On a Pursuit Through Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona

A robbery suspect led Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff deputies on a pursuit though Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona. The suspect was stopped in Pomona by a PIT (pursuit-intervention technique). At the same time, a gun in the suspects car discharged and accidently shot him in the face. The pursuit started around 8:45pm Saturday night in Rancho Cucamonga Read More…

CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Rancho Cucamonga Deputy Shot Released from the Hospital

A Rancho Cucamonga Deputy who was shot in July has been released from the hospital. Deputy Marcus Mason visited the Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff station for the first time since the shooting. A crowd of his colleagues, allied law enforcement agencies and other supporters welcomed him as he got out of a vehicle into a waiting Read More…

CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Rancho Cucamonga Deputy Shot, Suspect Arrested

A San Bernardino Sheriff deputy in Rancho Cucamonga was checking on a suspicious vehicle in the 5700 block of Sycamore street when the suspect shot him. The deputy, a five year veteran of the department was rushed to Pomona Valley Hospital. During the shooting, the deputy was able to relay suspect information to dispatch. The Read More…

NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA REGION SAN BERNARDINO

Water Restrictions Begin

The California drought has forced agencies to put restrictions on water. Officials want residents to limit water use by at least 20% across many areas serviced by the Metropolitan Water District and areas that rely on the State Water Project. Several Inland Empire cities are included in the mandatory cutbacks. In Rancho Cucamonga, residents are Read More…

CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Bicyclist Succumbs to Injuries in Rancho Cucamonga Traffic Collision

A bicyclist died from his injuries after a collision with two vehicles in Rancho Cucamonga. The accident happened at Foothill Boulevard and Baker Avenue around 10:20pm on Monday night. The drivers of both vehicles stayed at the scene to cooperate with police. The bicycle rider identified as 57-year Timothy Warwick from Upland was transported to Read More…

CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Two Employees of Kiddie Academy in Rancho Cucamonga Arrested for Child Abuse

Two employees of the Kiddie Academy, a Rancho Cucamonga child care service have been arrested on charges of Child Abuse. The investigation began on September 4th, 2021 when an eight month old male arrived at the Loma Linda University Medical Center Pediatric Intensive Care unit with skull fractures and signs of physical abuse. Deputies from Read More…

CRIME/PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS RANCHO CUCAMONGA

Wanted Fugitive Fatally Shot in Rancho Cucamonga Bass Pro Shops Parking Lot

Marshals and San Bernardino Sheriff deputies were tracking a wanted fugitive Monday afternoon. The suspect refused to comply with commands as they attempted to take the suspect into custody. Cell phone video from a witness shows the suspect charging at deputies with a weapon. He was shot and killed by the deputies. The incident unfolded Read More…