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Coto de Caza estate that hosted rock stars sells for $4.6 million

Authorities: Man poses as police officer, sexually assaults three women

Authorities arrested a man Monday who allegedly posed as a police officer and sexually assaulted three women.William Hernandez, 51, of Big Bear, was arrested on suspicion of several sexual assault charges Monday, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials said in a Wednesday news release. Hernandez allegedly identified himself as a police officer and threatened a Rancho Cucamonga woman and two Victorville women with a handgun before sexually assaulting them. […]

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Victor Valley High School set to reflect on 100 years

VICTORVILLE — The Victor Valley’s oldest high school is ready to celebrate a century of tradition this weekend.Volunteers and staff were hard at work this week preparing displays and presentations for Victor Valley High School’s centennial celebration “Reflecting on a Century,” scheduled to run from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the campus on Mojave Drive at Sixth Street in Victorville.“This will be a fantastic, multi-year reunion for all of […]

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Valles renews complaints against Lovingood

VICTORVILLE — San Bernardino County 1st District Supervisor candidate Angela Valles renewed her suspicions over incumbent Robert Lovingood’s business dealings this week, filing fresh complaints with both the Fair Political Practices Commission and the District Attorney’s Public Integrity Unit.Lovingood declined to comment Wednesday and instead held fast to the defense echoed in the past when responding to Valles’ claims: Essentially that the contentions are political in nature […]

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Apple Valley Town Council makes appointment to Parks and Recreation Commission

APPLE VALLEY — The Town Council unanimously approved the nomination of Valerie Smith Tuesday to fill a vacancy on its Parks and Recreation Commission left by the sudden death of its longest-serving member.Smith has been the director of the Yucca Loma Elementary School’s Paul Swick Family Center since 1996, and co-authored the grant funding that established the center in 1998. […]

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VVC Board approves bond refinance, saving taxpayers millions

VICTORVILLE — The Victor Valley College Board of Trustees made a unanimous financial move to refund bonds from 2009, essentially saving taxpayers anywhere from $10 million to $14 million, at their board meeting Tuesday.“Since (2009), interest rates have fallen pretty dramatically,” said Mark Adler, managing director of Piper Jaffray investment firm. “When the bonds were issued back in 2009, the average rate was around […]

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Adelanto man arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing child

ADELANTO — Authorities said Tuesday a man was arrested on suspicion of various charges of sexually abusing a child.Aldo Giovanni Caravantes, 39, of Adelanto, was arrested on suspicion of lewd or lascivious acts with a child last Thursday. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials said in a Tuesday news release Caravantes was identified as the suspect of an ongoing sexual assault of a little girl after a local school counselor reported a sexual assault […]

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Adelanto man arrested on suspicion of transporting marijuana after crashing into patrol car

ADELANTO — A man who allegedly crashed into a patrol unit was later arrested on suspicion of transporting marijuana, officials told the Daily Press on Wednesday.The incident occurred just before 4:45 a.m. Wednesday, according to San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials. Deputy Will Fifita of the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station had stopped on Lupin Road just west of Verbena Road in Adelanto with his headlights on after having heard an off-road motorcycle […]

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Mavs’ season could start under cloud

ADELANTO — The High Desert Mavericks’ baseball season is likely to start with team ownership and the city locked in litigation, a less-than-ideal situation for both sides that runs the risk of a casting a potentially awkward shadow overhead.A key hearing on the city’s legal effort to evict the Mavericks from city-owned Stater Bros. Stadium is set to be heard March 28, while hearings in two lawsuits filed by team ownership Main Street California, LLC to compel arbitration and to […]

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Woman killed on Hwy 18 Sunday evening ID’d

APPLE VALLEY — Authorities have released the identity of the woman killed after she was struck by a car Sunday evening.The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department said Tuesday Melanie Nina Villanueva, 54, of Ontario, died after she was struck by a Dodge Durango on Highway 18 near Dale Evans Parkway Sunday evening.Villanueva was wearing dark clothes and […]

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