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Press Release: Targeted Patrol Enforcement
Agency: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
Station Area: Lake Elsinore
Written Date: February 13, 2020 Time: 10:30AM
Incident Date: February 3rd – 10th Time: N/A
Incident Location: City of Wildomar
Reporting Officer: Sergeant Ray Ricken
File Number(s): Numerous


At the direction of Sheriff Chad Bianco, investigators and deputies from the Lake Elsinore Station continued “Zero Tolerance” enforcement efforts throughout the city of Wildomar between February 3rd and February 10th.  These efforts included directed patrol, the suppression of criminal activity and numerous contacts with the public.  All individuals arrested were booked at the Cois Bryd Detention Center for the below charges.

  • Carlos Acosta, 33 of Lake Elsinore for possession of a narcotic and paraphernalia.
  • Jemal Ruffin, 37 of Wildomar for nine misdemeanor warrants.
  • Ronnie Gomez Jr., 23 of Lake Elsinore for robbery and probation violation.
  • Edgar Ortega, 27 of Wildomar for possession of controlled substance, possession of a stolen vehicle, and probation violation.
  • Miranda Sepulveda, 19 of Lake Elsinore for possession of a stolen vehicle and a misdemeanor warrant.
  • Ashley Spellman, 21 of Wildomar for a possession of a stolen vehicle, battery, and probation violation.
  • Taleena Anzures, 35 of Murrieta for fifteen misdemeanor warrants.
  • Girardo Nevarez, 24 of Menifee for felony parole violation arrest warrant.
  • Lonnie Parks, 45 of Lake Elsinore for two misdemeanor warrants.
  • Gary Lunceford, 57 of Wildomar for two misdemeanor warrants.
  • Jose Villegas, 37 of Wildomar for two misdemeanor warrants.
  • Billie Connors, 23 of Lake Elsinore for a felony parole violation warrant.
Carlos Acosta Jemal Ruffin Ronnie Gomez Jr. Edgar Ortega
Miranda Sepulveda Ashley Spellman Taleena Anzures Girardo Nevarez
Lonnie Parks Gary Lunceford Jose Villegas Billie Connors


As a reminder, the Lake Elsinore Station supports "Community Policing" involving the partnership between law enforcement and community members.  Business owners and residents are encouraged to report suspicious activity directly to law enforcement by calling Sheriff's Dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or by calling 911 if the matter is an emergency.

Citizens may also submit a tip using the Sheriff's CrimeTips online form.


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