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Chino man charged with harassment
Chino police arrested a 54-year-old grandfather Monday afternoon on suspicion of molesting his 12-year-old granddaughter several times over the past four years, the department reported Tuesday.
Jorge Luis Nava, 54, of Chino, is being held at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on bail of $ 750,000.
He was charged with two counts of persistent sexual abuse of a child, court records show.
“Because of the gravity of the crimes, Mr. Nava has been given a bail increase,” said Chino Police Sgt. Jesus Jacques.
He said that Chino officers were called to the lobby of the Chino Police Department at 9:58 a.m. on August 26 to speak to a 12-year-old girl and her parents about a battery sexual incident.
“During their investigation, officers learned that the child had been molested by her grandfather several times over the past four years,” said Sgt. Jaquez said. “Chino police detectives were contacted and took over the investigation.”
Detectives arrested the suspect at 2 p.m. Monday while he was working in the city of Santa Fe Springs.
Patient arrested for assault at CVMC
Chino police arrested a 21-year-old man from Chino Hills on September 3 on suspicion of assaulting Chino Valley Medical Center staff during a medical procedure.
Anthony Ramirez is being held on bail of $ 75,000 at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga for attacking rescue workers on two counts.
Police went to the hospital at 5451 Walnut Ave. at 11:33 a.m. to report a report of a combative patient, said Sgt. Jesus Jacques.
“When the officers arrived, the patient was restrained and sedated by medical personnel,” said the sergeant.
He said the man was hospitalized for treatment and several employees were attacked.
“The attacked employees suffered minor to moderate injuries from the attack,” said Sgt. Jaquez said.
Mr Ramirez was released from the hospital and arrested at 6:25 p.m., the sergeant said.
Guns, drugs found in the car
A 26-year-old Chino man was arrested on September 9 after Chino police found two loaded handguns, ammunition and illegal drugs at a traffic stop at Block 12300 on Mountain Avenue near Freeway 60 in Chino.
Robert Lucas Romero was booked into the West Valley Detention Center after his arrest at 11:37 pm on bail of $ 250,000, police said. He was released on bail at 12:35 p.m. Sunday, according to San Bernardino County Prison records.
Chino officers stopped a vehicle at 11 p.m. and found the driver, his girlfriend, and her one-year-old in the car, Sgt. Jesus Jacquez said.
“After further investigation, it was established that the suspect was in possession of two loaded 9mm handguns, ammunition, illegal narcotics and evidence of narcotics sales,” the sergeant said.
Two search warrants were received from the Chino Police Department’s Special Enforcement Team, which raided two houses in Chino and seized additional evidence of narcotics sales, a semi-automatic rifle, .22 caliber pistol, ammunition and a ballistic vest. said Jaquez.
Mr Romero was arrested on suspicion of possession of narcotic drugs for the purpose of distribution, transportation of illegal narcotics, possession of a controlled substance with firearms and endangering children.
Motorcyclist killed in accident
A 25-year-old Bloomington motorcyclist was killed in an accident on Freeway 60 west east of Euclid Avenue near the Chino-Ontario city limits on Sept. 8, the California Highway Patrol reported.
Christian Robinson died in the collision at 6:50 a.m., according to the San Bernardino County Coroner office.
Investigators found the man was on a Harley Davidson 2021 in the lanes of the freeway heading west at 6:50 a.m. when he made an evasive turn and was thrown off his motorcycle, Officer Rawls said.
The man was then hit by a semi-trailer truck driven by Fernando Robledo, 52, from Fontana, the officer said.
“The driver of the Harley Davidson died from his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene,” said Officer Rawls. “The driver of the Peterbilt was not injured.”
At least three lanes of traffic on Freeway 60 to the west were closed to allow investigators to investigate the crime scene. All lifts open again until 10:30 a.m.
Anyone with information can call the California Highway Patrol Rancho Cucamonga office at (909) 980-3994.
Chino police Received scholarship
Chino police announced Wednesday that they had received a $ 33,081 grant from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to help address alcohol-related harm in the community.
“This is important for the City of Chino to increase the protection of our youth and proactively address issues if they contribute to an increase in crime,” said Chief Wes Simmons.
The grant is one of nearly 50 available to local law enforcement agencies in California through ABC’s Alcohol Policing Partnership.
The grants help strengthen law enforcement efforts by combining the resources of local police officers and ABC.
ABC agents have expertise in alcoholic beverages laws and can help communities reduce alcohol-related harm.
The program is designed to keep minors out of alcohol and to impose penalties such as fines, suspensions or revocations on companies that break the law and cause harm to the community.
The funds can be used to reduce sales of alcoholic beverages to minors, obviously drunk guests, illegal alcohol advertising and other criminal activities such as the sale and possession of illegal drugs, Chino police said.