Crime Recap

Staff Reports

 

Eastvale – The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, including Eastvale Police and Corona Police, have done a great job combating crime in the area. Read a recap below to see what happened in the month of September.

Eastvale – The Eastvale Police Department started an investigation after the theft of a Ford Econoline work truck in the 7100 block of Citrus Valley. The end of August, the Eastvale Special Enforcement Team conducted a follow up investigation that led to the identification of the suspect, Robert Klocki, 33 years-old and resident of Jurupa Valley. The search warrant at the suspect’s home led to the recovery of numerous stolen items, as well as a second and third vehicle. Klocki was arrested and booked for several counts of possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, and violation of probation.

Eastvale – Numerous reports of mail theft were happening in the period of several months. The Eastvale Police Department and the Jurupa Valley Station crime analyst teamed up to investigate the mail thefts. In September, deputies received information that led them to the suspect, Megan Schuchman, 32-years-old, Norco resident. Once the search warrant was served, five separate victims’ mail was recovered and predominantly residents of Orange County. Schuchman was located in Moreno Valley and arrested for felony warrant, however the investigation is on-going as mail was stolen from different areas and possibly additional victims.

Norco – An investigation started in the month of August for theft from a business located 2400 block of Hamner Ave. The suspect had stolen funds by the use of forgery from the business. After the month log extensive investigation, deputies identified the suspect as Carlos Alberto Calzadiaz, 19-years-old, resident of Riverside. He was arrested on September 16 for forgery, identify theft and booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center.

Norco – The Norco Sheriff’s Office, Special Enforcement Team, were assigned to a narcotics investigation at a storage facility in the 2000 block of Second St. A search warrant was obtained on a single storage unit, where deputies discovered marijuana individually packaged for sales. The suspect was identified as, Guillermo Briseno Plancarte, 58-year-old resident of Riverside. Plancarte was arrested and booked for possession of marijuana for sales at the Robert Presley Detention Center.

Jurupa Valley/Norco – Deputies responded to a residence located in the 2000 block of Norco Drive on September 29. A resident called 911 to report two female suspects who had stolen mail from their residential mail box.The females got away by getting into a vehicle who had been driven by a third male suspect. The three suspects were later arrested and identified as Jamie Aguilera, 24 years-old, Angelica Cervantes, 20-years-old, and Dianne Zaragoza, 47-years-old. The three were booked for mail theft and conspiracy charges into Robert Presley Detention Center.