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Press Release: Jurupa Valley Quality of Life Patrol (Mission Blvd Business District)
Agency: Jurupa Valley Police-Special Enforcement Team
Station Area: Jurupa Valley
Written Date: November 17, 2018 Time: 8:00 PM
Incident Date: November 17, 2018 Time: 12:00 PM
Incident Location: Multiple locations throughout the city of Jurupa Valley
Reporting Officer: Sergeant R. Armendariz
File Number(s): Multiple

Details:

On Saturday, November 17, 2018, at 1200 PM, members of the Jurupa Valley Station’s Special Enforcement Team and the Homeless Outreach Team, conducted high visibility saturation patrol in the city of Jurupa Valley’s Mission Blvd. business district. The saturation patrol was organized in direct response to an increase number of calls for service and complaints generated by citizens related to panhandling, theft, trespassing, narcotics usage, vandalism, illegal food vendors and other quality of life concerns. The Homeless Outreach Team contacted multiple Jurupa Valley homeless residents and offered them outreach services for shelter, substance abuse rehabilitation and job placement.

During the operation, deputies contacted numerous subjects around the city. Deputies located weapons, methamphetamine and multiple parole violations. The following subjects were arrested and booked into the Riverside County Jail (Robert Presley Detention Center), for the listed charges or issued notices to appear:

  1. Fernando Guerrero, 45-year old, resident of Jurupa Valley, for possession of methamphetamine and 2 outstanding drug warrants.
  2. Andre Gonzalez, 23-year old, resident of Jurupa Valley, for possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of probation and 2 outstanding drug warrants.
  3. Brian Ray Haugh, 30-year old, resident of Jurupa Valley, for delaying / obstructing a police officer during his investigation and an outstanding parole violation warrant.
  4. Samuel King, 32-year old, resident of Jurupa Valley, for an on-sight weapons violation.
  5. Dayjun Goynes, 28-year old, resident of Jurupa Valley, for violation of parole.
Andre Gonzalez Brian Haugh Samuel King

Anyone with further information about this incident is encouraged to call Deputies Gilbert or Hood at the Jurupa Valley Station, 951-955-2600.

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

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