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GRAND JURY INDICTS SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LIEUTENANT,

GRAND JURY INDICTS SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LIEUTENANT,

SERGEANT, AND FORMER DEPUTY ALONG WITH A TOW COMPANY OWNER IN BRIBERY CASE

RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County criminal grand jury on March 11, 2020, returned indictments charging a Riverside County Sheriff’s Department lieutenant, sergeant, and a former deputy along with a tow truck company owner in a criminal conspiracy case.


FUGITIVE SOUGHT IN CATHEDRAL CITY MURDER FOUND IN MEXICO

FUGITIVE SOUGHT IN CATHEDRAL CITY MURDER FOUND IN MEXICO

AND HAS BEEN BROUGHT BACK TO RIVERSIDE COUNTY

INDIO – A Coachella man, who is the third defendant in a 2018 murder in Cathedral City, has been located in Mexico and returned to Riverside County for a scheduled arraignment today, March 11, 2020.


DA MIKE HESTRIN ANNOUNCES 2019 PRIDE AWARD RECIPIENTS

DA MIKE HESTRIN ANNOUNCES 2019 PRIDE AWARD RECIPIENTS

RIVERSIDE –Each year, the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office recognizes the outstanding work done by its employees at its annual PRIDE Awards ceremony.

PRIDE, the Program Rewarding Incentive of District attorney Employees, honors attorney and non-attorney staff for demonstrating extraordinary responsibility, professional development, productivity, dedication, initiative, a positive attitude, quality of work, dependability, cooperation, attendance, and public demeanor. We also recognize the outstanding work by those in our community.


DA HESTRIN ANNOUNCES $18.8 MILLION SETTLEMENT WITH TIME WARNER CABLE

DA HESTRIN ANNOUNCES $18.8 MILLION SETTLEMENT WITH TIME WARNER CABLE

RIVERSIDE – Today, Feb. 20, 2020, District Attorney Mike Hestrin announced an $18.8 million settlement with Time Warner Cable on behalf of more than 170,000 consumers across the state who paid for internet speeds they did not actually receive.


JURY CONVICTS WOMAN OF ANIMAL ABUSE

JURY CONVICTS WOMAN OF ANIMAL ABUSE

INVOLVING A HORSE AND DOG

RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County jury today, Feb. 11, 2020, found a Perris area woman guilty of two counts of animal abuse by neglect involving a dog and a horse.


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