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San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department - Central Station (Grand Terrace & Loma Linda)

East Third Street

San Bernardino, CA 

San Bernardino County

Hector Gomez, Captain

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Non-Emergency Calls

Areas Served:  Cities of Grand Terrace and Loma Linda, the San Manuel Indian Reserve and Casino and the unincorporated areas of Central Valley, such as Arrowhead Farms, Colton, Devore, Muscoy and San Manuel Amphitheater.

About:  The Central Station utilizes the community-policing concepts in their enforcement operations.  It is effective in detecting gang and criminal activity.  The station relies on the individuals who volunteer as Search & Rescue teams, Citizens on Patrol and Sheriff's Explorers.

Below is the Google Map to the Central Sheriff's Station.

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Man arrested after allegedly striking San Bernardino County deputy with metal pole

A year-old man was arrested last week after allegedly hitting a deputy with a metal pole on the head in Grand Terrace, authorities said Sunday.

The deputy was conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle with a history of violations on Newport Avenue in Grand Terrace on Friday at about p.m., according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

When the deputy found out that the driver, Robert Hernandez, was on active felony probation for attempted murder, Hernandez fled, officials said.

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The deputy was able to locate Hernandez in the back yard of a nearby mobile home on the block of Newport Avenue. But upon arriving, Hernandez struck the deputy in the head with a metal pole, authorities said.

Additional deputies arrived at the scene and were able to take Hernandez into custody and to a local hospital for injuries caused during his arrest, officials said. 

The attacked deputy suffered a laceration to the top of his head and was transported to a local hospital. 

While the deputy has since been treated for his injuries and released from the hospital, Hernandez remained in treatment as of Sunday. He faces charges for attempted murder of a peace officer upon his release from the hospital.   

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Department at Those wishing to remain anonymous can call the We-tip Hotline at , or visit www.wetip.com.

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Grand Terrace Press Releases

March

  1. Pinion Hills &#; Attempted BurglaryMarch 30,
  2. Mount San Gorgonio &#; High Creek TrailMarch 26,
  3. San Bernardino &#; Grand Theft Auto / Violation of PRCS ParoleMarch 23,
  4. Bloomington &#; Illegal Marijuana DispensaryMarch 22,
  5. Lake Arrowhead &#; Twin PeaksMarch 22,
  6. Phelan &#; Illegal Outdoor Marijuana GrowMarch 20,
  7. Indoor Marijuana Grow / Theft of utilitiesMarch 20,
  8. Joshua Tree National Park &#; Missing Person Search and RescueMarch 16,
  9. Johnson Valley &#; Burglary/Possession of Stolen PropertyMarch 12,
  10. Homicide Cold Case &#; Cold Case Homicide Trial VerdictMarch 9,
  11. San Bernardino &#; Assault with a deadly weaponMarch 8,
  12. San Bernardino &#; Human TraffickingMarch 7,
  13. San Bernardino &#; Pimping and PanderingMarch 5,
  14. Phelan &#; Sexual Intercourse with a MinorMarch 2,
  15. San Bernardino &#; Felony evadingMarch 2,
  16. Headquarters &#; Grant Application for OHV FundingMarch 2,
Sours: https://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/media-center/sheriffs-press-releases/grand-terrace/

Grand Terrace- Vehicle Burglary

DATE/TIME: February 17, / p.m. INCIDENT: PC , Vehicle Burglary, PC Possession of Stolen Property, PC (a)(1), Assault with a Deadly Weapon. LOCATION: Deberry St/Reed Ave., Grand Terrace SUSPECT(S): Rigoberto Felix, age 35, a resident of San Bernardino. Reyna Pulido, age 27 a resident of Rancho Cucamonga. VICTIM(S): Confidential SUMMARY: On February 17, , deputies from the Sheriff&#;s Central Station responded to the report of a traffic collision/unknown problem at the intersection of De Berry St. and…

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Grand Terrace-Murder Investigation

DATE/TIME: Saturday, March 16, / am   INCIDENT:   Murder Investigation   LOCATION: Commerce Way, Grand Terrace   SUSPECT(S):         Unknown   VICTIM:        Ryan Harsany, age 43 a resident of Brawley   SUMMARY: On Saturday, March 16, , at approximately am, deputies from the Central Station/Grand Terrace Police Department responded to a business in the block of Commerce Way in Grand Terrace following the report of a robbery/silent alarm.  Upon arrival, deputies saw smoke coming from the building…

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Grand Terrace &#; Armed Robbery

DATE/TIME: November 29, / p.m. INCIDENT: PC Armed Robbery LOCATION: block of Barton Road, Grand Terrace SUSPECT(S): Anthony Lopez-Bonilla, 21 years old, resident of Riverside Johnny Motano, 24 years old, resident of Yucaipa Larry Aikens, 30 years old, resident of San Bernardino   SUMMARY: On November 29, ,  Deputies from the Sheriff&#;s Central Station, Grand Terrace patrol, responded to an armed robbery that occurred at the Stater Bros.  The unidentified suspects entered the market , loaded…

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Grand Terrace- Armed Robbery

DATE/TIME: November 8, / p.m. INCIDENT: PC Armed Robbery LOCATION: block of Michigan Avenue, Grand Terrace SUSPECTS: Luis Nuno age 21 and Esmeralda Badajoz age 29, both residents of San Bernardino VICTIM(S): Confidential SUMMARY: On April 29, , deputies from the Sheriff&#;s Central Station, Grand Terrace patrol, responded to an armed robbery that occurred at the Grand Terrace Market. The unidentified suspect entered the market wearing a wig and a fake beard. The suspect pointed a…

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Grand Terrace- Possession of Narcotics while Armed

  DATE/TIME: July 27, / a.m. INCIDENT: HS Possession of Marijuana for Sales and HS Possession of Narcotics While Armed LOCATION: Barton Rd and Mt Vernon Avenue, Grand Terrace SUSPECT: Jordan Love, 22 years old, Riverside resident SUMMARY: On July 27, , Deputy P. Casas, from the Sheriff&#;s Central Station, Grand Terrace patrol, conducted a vehicle check in front of the Walgreens located at Barton Rd and Mt Vernon Avenue. Casas contacted a subject identified as…

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Grand Terrace &#; Attempted Robbery

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release DATE/TIME: April 6, p.m. INCIDENT: P.C. / Attempted Robbery LOCATION: (Heights Apartment Complex) Deberry St. Grand Terrace SUSPECT: Unknown Hispanic Male late 20&#;s early 30&#;s Summary On Friday, April 6, at p.m., the victim went to the Heights Apartment Complex to deliver a pizza. The victim made his delivery and was returning to his vehicle parked on the complex property when he was approached by an unidentified hispanic…

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Grand Terrace &#; Possession of a Firearm in School Zone

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release DATE/TIME: February 21, / am INCIDENT: PC Possession of a Firearm in School zone. LOCATION: Cage Park, Main St., and Taylor St., Grand Terrace SUSPECT(S): Riche Santiago, year-old transient of Grand Terrace Summary On February 21, , at approximately am, Deputy Clayton Brandt was conducting an investigation regarding possible transient subjects trespassing into an abandoned steel building. Brandt went to a location across from Grand Terrace High School known…

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Grand Terrace &#; Felon In Possession of a Firearm

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release DATE/TIME: February 12, / pm INCIDENT: Felon in Possession of a Firearm LOCATION: Grand Terrace SUSPECT(S): Shonte Island, age 26 a resident of Rialto VICTIM(S): State of California Summary On February 12, , Deputy Alfredo Lopez initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle being driven by the suspect,t Shonte Island, for vehicle code violations. During the traffic stop, Island was found to be on federal supervised release for P.C. , Robbery.…

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Grand Terrace &#; Attempt Murder

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release DATE/TIME: January 19, / p.m. INCIDENT: Attempt Murder LOCATION: Grand Terrace SUSPECT: Marcos Cardenas, 19 years old, resident of Grand Terrace Summary On January 19, at p.m. Deputy R. Perez responded to the incident location in reference to a shooting. During the investigation, deputies learned a male victim was shot once in the stomach by Marcos Cardenas, after a dispute over a female. Cardenas fled the scene and the…

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Grand Terrace &#; Negligent Discharge of a Firearm

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release DATE/TIME: January 11, / pm INCIDENT: PC , Negligent Discharge of a Firearm PC , Shooting at an Inhabited Dwelling PC , Felon in possession of Ammunition PC a, Child Endangerment LOCATION: block of Burns Ave., Grand Terrace SUSPECT(S): Mario Ruiz, year-old resident of Grand Terrace VICTIM(S): Confidential Summary On January 11, , deputies responded to a call of shots heard in the block of Burns Ave. The caller…

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Grand Terrace, California

City in California, United States

City of Grand Terrace

City of Grand Terrace images from top, left to right - Grand Terrace City Hall, Blue Mountain Trail, Northeast City Entrance, Historical Plaque, Veterans Wall of Freedom

City of Grand Terrace images from top, left to right - Grand Terrace City Hall, Blue Mountain Trail, Northeast City Entrance, Historical Plaque, Veterans Wall of Freedom

Official seal of City of Grand Terrace

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Location of Grand Terrace in San Bernardino County, California.

Location of Grand Terrace in San Bernardino County, California.

City of Grand Terrace is located in the United States
City of Grand Terrace

City of Grand Terrace

Location in the United States

Coordinates: 34°02′02″N°18′49″W / °N °W / ; Coordinates: 34°02′02″N°18′49″W / °N °W / ; [1]
Country&#;United States
State&#;California
CountySan Bernardino
IncorporatedNovember 30, [2]
&#;•&#;TypeCouncil-manager[3]
&#;•&#;MayorDarcy McNaboe[4]
&#;•&#;City ManagerG. Harold Duffey[3]
&#;•&#;Total&#;sq&#;mi (&#;km2)
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&#;•&#;Water&#;sq&#;mi (&#;km2) &#;0%
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1,&#;ft (&#;m)
&#;•&#;Total12,
&#;•&#;Estimate&#;

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12,
&#;•&#;Density3,/sq&#;mi (1,/km2)
Time zoneUTC-8 (PST)
&#;•&#;Summer (DST)UTC-7 (PDT)
ZIP code

Area code(s)
FIPS code
GNIS feature ID
Websitewww.grandterrace-ca.gov

Grand Terrace is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. The population was 12, at the census, up from 11, at the census. Grand Terrace is located between Highgrove and Colton, along the I and Agua Mansaindustrial corridors. The city is situated between two mountain ridges: Blue Mountain to the east and the La Loma Hills to the west.

History[edit]

Grand Terrace's roots go back to Mexican land grants dating from the period between and Mormon settlers came shortly after, arriving in the San Bernardino Valley, during the s.[8] According to the Riverside Press, in , there were nine buildings in the Terrace-Colton area. Originally, the area was simply referred to as "the Terrace", but the word "Grand" was added around due to the beautiful views which surround the city. In , Seventh-day Adventists, whose medical university is now located in nearby Loma Linda,[9] settled in the area. Grand Terrace, at the time known as "South Colton", experienced continued growth and development during the Southern Californiasuburbia and sunbelt periods in the late half of the 20th century.

The development of Grand Terrace, or East Riverside, as the Grand Terrace-Highgrove area was called, became a reality with the construction of the Gage Canal. This /2-mile canal, built at a cost of 2 million dollars, brought water from the Santa Ana River marshlands below The Terrace. With plenty of irrigation water, Grand Terrace rapidly became an agricultural community featuring fine, quality citrus. However, the severe "freeze" of destroyed many groves. Walnuts, a hardier tree, were planted as replacements along with peaches as a quick-profit crop.

The social activities in the early s centered around the Farm Bureau Extension Service and the Women's Club, followed by the PTA, in the s. Since there were no local churches, people traveled to surrounding communities for worship and other church activities.

In , the Grand Terrace Chamber of Commerce was organized. From the very beginning the Chamber was interested in preserving the local identity of the area, and therefore, was a strong supporter of cityhood. This group did much of the groundwork, which led to the formation of a local governing body in , which was called the Municipal Advisory Council or MAC. After nearly two years of meetings and negotiations with the county, the residents went to the polls to decide the issue of cityhood. The response was an 82% vote for incorporation. On November 30, , the Charter City Council was installed at Terrace Hills Junior High and Grand Terrace officially became the 16th city in San Bernardino County.[10]

Grand Terrace was named one of the "Top Cities to Live In" by Money magazine in [11]

Overview[edit]

Blue Mountain in Grand Terrace, CA.

This square-mile (&#;km2) community has an average elevation of 1, feet (&#;m). Its motto, inscribed on the city flag, is "The Blue Mountain City" (its official slogan is "A city set upon a mountain cannot be hidden"), and refers to the Blue Lupine flower that used to grow on Blue Mountain in the spring.

According to the city's web site, the census revealed that Grand Terrace has the highest median income in the Inland Empire region at $61, According to an article in The Press-Enterprise dated May 31, , "Its clean streets, quiet neighborhoods and no violent crime are big draws for its middle-income population."

Geography[edit]

Grand Terrace is located at 34°1′52″N°19′0″W / °N °W / ; (, ).[12]

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of square miles (&#;km2), all land.

Demographics[edit]

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The United States Census[14] reported that Grand Terrace had a population of 12, The population density was 3, per square mile (1,/km2). The racial makeup of Grand Terrace was 7, (%) White (% Non-Hispanic White),[15] (%) African American, (%) Native American, (%) Asian, 32 (%) Pacific Islander, 1, (%) from other races, and (%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 4, persons (%).

The census reported that 11, people (% of the population) lived in households, 50 (%) lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 63 (%) were institutionalized.

There were 4, households, of which 1, (%) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 2, (%) were opposite-sex married couples living together, (%) had a female householder with no husband present, (%) had a male householder with no wife present. There were (%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 26 (%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. 1, households (%) were made up of individuals, and (%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was There were 3, families (% of all households); the average family size was

2, people (% of the population) were under the age of 18, 1, people (%) aged 18 to 24, 3, people (%) aged 25 to 44, 3, people (%) aged 45 to 64, and 1, people (%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was years. For every females, there were males. For every females age 18 and over, there were males.

There were 4, housing units at an average density of 1, per square mile (/km2), of which 2, (%) were owner-occupied, and 1, (%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was %; the rental vacancy rate was %. 7, people (% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 4, people (%) lived in rental housing units.

According to the United States Census, Grand Terrace had a median household income of $64,, with % of the population living below the federal poverty line.[15]

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At the census,[16] there were 11, people, 4, households and 3, families residing in the city. The population density was 3, per square mile (1,/km2). There were 4, housing units at an average density of 1, per square mile (/km2). The racial makeup of the city was % White, % African American, % Native American, % Asian, % Pacific Islander, % from other races, and % from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were % of the population.

There were 4, households, of which % had children under the age of 18 living with them, % were married couples living together, % had a female householder with no husband present, and % were non-families. % of all households were made up of individuals, and % had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was and the average family size was

% of the population were under the age of 18, % from 18 to 24, % from 25 to 44, % from 45 to 64, and % who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 35 years. For every females, there were males. For every females age 18 and over, there were males.

The median household income was $53, and the median family income was $61, Males had a median income of $41, compared with $30, for females. The per capita income for the city was $21, About % of families and % of the population were below the poverty line, including % of those under age 18 and % of those age 65 or over.

Government[edit]

In the California State Legislature, Grand Terrace is in the 20th Senate District, represented by Democrat Connie Leyva, and in the 47th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Eloise Reyes.[17]

In the United States House of Representatives, Grand Terrace is in California's 31st congressional district, represented by Democrat Pete Aguilar.[18]

Currently the city council consists of Mayor Darcy McNaboe, Sylvia Robles, Douglas Wilson, William Hussey, and Jeff Allen.[4]

The City Manager is G. Harold Duffey.[3]

Rankings[edit]

Grand Terrace was named one of the "Top Cities to Live In" by Money magazine in [11]

Public safety[edit]

The City of Grand Terrace contracts with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.[19] The San Bernardino County Fire Department has a fire station on City Center Court, They provide less then stellar service.[20]

Education[edit]

The Colton Joint Unified School District serves the students of Grand Terrace with Grand Terrace Elementary School, Terrace View Elementary School, Terrace Hills Middle School, and Grand Terrace High School at the Ray Abril Jr. Educational Complex. The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino operates the Blessed Junipero Serra House of Formation in Grand Terrace.[21]

Notable Crime[edit]

  • Ramona Dorsey fatally beat her year-old son, Kevin Lee Wilburn, authorities said. The boy died at Loma Linda University Medical Center on Nov. 16, [22]
  • On 06/27/, Joseph Marquez was found shot to death behind a building off of La Cadena and De Berry Road.[23]
  • In the gang Mind Twisted Hustlers (MTH) and their associates, were investigated by the San Bernardino County Sheriff. For operating a criminal ring in the Grand Terrace area responsible for numerous residential and vehicle burglaries, identity theft, fraud, and drug distribution. As a result, many were incarcerated, mostly juveniles. They have since been dismantled.
  • On 07/06/ park manager John Haning and a maintenance man were doing monthly rounds to check on meters inside the Grand Royal Estates on Newport Avenue when they came across the body of year-old Thomas Harker Sr. Sheriff's detectives arrested year-old Thomas Harker Jr., who is suspected of stabbing his year-old father to death behind the mobile home they shared.[22]
  • On 01/01/ Richard Williamson, 48, died in a gun battle outside the Cal Skate Roller Rink. Another security guard and a bystander were also injured. The rink was hosting an all-night New Year's Eve celebration when a suspect was asked to leave. Shortly after, shots were fired in the parking lot just before 2 a.m. The shooting left bullet holes in the building, a parked car and a big rig parked across the street. After an investigation, detectives arrested Ezekiel Isaiah George, 18, of Perris; Topaz Prince Crummie, 20, of San Jacinto; Adrian Gentry, 17, of Adelanto; Laquan Trice, 15, of Perris; and Maurice Lamont Martin, Jr., 17, of Perris.[24]
  • On July 27, , Michael Aaron Fitzgerald was shot and killed by Cpl. Eric Rose and Deputy Gregory Gary of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. The incident began on a Thursday afternoon when Fitzgerald's father called to report that neighbors told him they heard shots at his home in the block of Mirado Avenue. They found Fitzgerald standing in front of his house with a gun pointed at his head, the report said. Despite orders to stop, Fitzgerald went back into the house at 5 p.m. A &#;p.m., deputies heard multiple gunshots. After a brief break, they heard 12 more that sounded like rifle shots. Fitzgerald aimed the gun at the armored vehicle, where the officers were positioned, and fired a shot. Deputy Gary responded with a four-shot burst and Cpl. Rose fired once. Fitzgerald appeared to still be conscious with the gun still pointed at the officers. Gary fired two more times and Rose fired a three-shot blast.[25]
  • About &#;a.m. March 16, , San Bernardino County deputies responded to a silent robbery alarm at Cal Skate Grand Terrace and eventually found victim, Ryan Harsany unconscious inside along with a fire. Harsany was taken to a hospital, where authorities determined he had been shot multiple times. He died shortly before &#;a.m. Tre’elle Potts, 25, of Moreno Valley, was arrested and charged with the murder of Ryan Harsany, He faces special allegations of arson causing bodily injury and that he used a firearm.[26]

References[edit]

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  2. ^"California Cities by Incorporation Date". California Association of Local Agency Formation Commissions. Archived from the original(Word) on November 3, Retrieved August 25,
  3. ^ abc"City Manager". Grand Terrace, CA. Retrieved March 20,
  4. ^ ab"City Council". Grand Terrace, CA. Retrieved March 20,
  5. ^" U.S. Gazetteer Files". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 1,
  6. ^"Grand Terrace (city) QuickFacts". United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on March 29, Retrieved March 20,
  7. ^ ab"Population and Housing Unit Estimates". United States Census Bureau. May 24, Retrieved May 27,
  8. ^"Mormon Colony San Bernardino: Home". score.rims.kca.us. Archived from the original on October 29, Retrieved December 30,
  9. ^"Loma Linda University". www.LLU.edu. Retrieved December 30,
  10. ^"Grand Terrace, CA - Official Website - City History". March 26, Archived from the original on March 26, Retrieved December 30,
  11. ^ ab"Best Places to Live: Top - Grand Terrace, Calif. (92) - Money Magazine". March 30, Archived from the original on March 30, Retrieved December 30,
  12. ^"US Gazetteer files: , , and ". United States Census Bureau. February 12, Retrieved April 23,
  13. ^"Census of Population and Housing". Census.gov. Retrieved June 4,
  14. ^" Census Interactive Population Search: CA - Grand Terrace city". U.S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original on July 15, Retrieved July 12,
  15. ^ ab"Archived copy". Archived from the original on March 29, Retrieved December 25, CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  16. ^"U.S. Census website". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved January 31,
  17. ^"Statewide Database". UC Regents. Archived from the original on February 1, Retrieved December 16,
  18. ^"California's 31st Congressional District - Representatives & District Map". Civic Impulse, LLC.
  19. ^Whitehead, Brian (May 23, ). "Grand Terrace tax measure to fund another police officer will be on November ballot". San Bernardino Sun. Retrieved October 23,
  20. ^"Fire - City of Grand Terrace". www.grandterrace-ca.gov. Retrieved October 23,
  21. ^Times, Los Angeles (July 22, ). "Working to fill a dire need for priests". latimes.com. Retrieved February 15,
  22. ^ ab"Grand Terrace homicide city's first in 17 years". July 18,
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  26. ^"Man Arrested in Connection With Fatal Shooting of Grand Terrace Skating Rink Owner". April 19,

External links[edit]

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Sheriff Investigation at Former School Board Members House / Grand Terrace 6.9.19

Full Notification

DATE/TIME: January 31, / P.M.

INCIDENT: Prohibited Person in Possession of a Firearm and Possession of a Controlled Substance

LOCATION: Terrace Ave./Walnut Ave., Grand Terrace, CA

SUSPECT(S): John Valderamma, age 31, resident of San Bernardino
Bianca Rodriguez, age 39, resident of Grand Terrace


SUMMARY: On Sunday, January 31, , Deputy Rappisi from Central Station conducted a traffic stop on Terrace Avenue and Walnut Avenue, in Grand Terrace, on a vehicle for expired registration. During the traffic stop, it was discovered the driver, John Valderamma, was on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) with search terms. A search of the vehicle revealed an unregistered and concealed handgun along with a quantity of a controlled substance. Valderamma was prohibited from possessing any firearm and the passenger, Bianca Rodriguez, was not legally allowed to possess any concealed weapon.

Valderamma and Rodriguez were arrested, booked into Central Detention Center. Valderamma is being held on $50, bail and Rodriguez is being held on $25, bail. The case will be forwarded to the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office.

Anyone with any additional information regarding this crime is urged to contact Deputy Ryan Rappisi at Central Sheriff's Station at Persons wishing to remain anonymous can report information to We-Tip by calling CRIME, or on-line at www.wetip.com







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