$8,000 In Stolen Cash and Coins

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Deputy Livi was patrolling his area like any other night when he noticed a car with Utah plates parked on Riverside Drive and E. End Avenue that at around 1:30 a.m., ther were two men sleeping in it, said Sgt. Randy Naquin of the Chino Hills Sheriff’s station. Deputy […]

Chino Hills Grow House Fire

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – On November 17, 2017 Chino Valley Fire District firefighters and Sheriff’s Deputies from Chino Hills PD were dispatched to a house fire at 1807 Nordic Avenue in Chino Hills. When they arrived the residence was completely engulfed in flames. While the firefighters were putting out the flames they discovered […]

Man Arrested For Dog Abuse

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – On November 7, 2017, Enping Qu, a 22 year old resident of Chino Hills was arrested after allegedly pouring boiling water on his girlfriends dog. The dog, Sophie was in her cage when the alleged crime place. The San Bernardino County Sheriffs Deparment was dispatched to the 1600 block […]

Chino Hills Man Arrested In 2005 Cold Case Homicide

By Michael Armijo   Chino Hills – A Chino Hills man was arrested by Homicide Cold Case Detectives last week for the murder of Noel Cornelius that occurred in November of 2005. Malachi Dawson, Caucasian male, 32 years old (today), resident of Chino Hills, was one of two victims who were named last week. The […]

Two Arrested in CH Burglary

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – The Chino Hills Police Department responded to a burglary call at a residence in Chino Hills early in the morning on October 30, 2017 on the 2100 block of San Tropez to investigate. When the officers arrived on scene it was determined that a residential burglary had taken place. […]

Why Live In Chino Hills?

By Marissa Mitchell   Chino Hills – It can be argued that many cities in and around the Inland Empire provide excellent residence advantages to citizens. This is also true of the City of Chino Hills. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Chino Hills in 2016 was 78,822, almost ten thousand less […]

Chino Hills Man Arrested

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Eric Frazin, a 31 year old Chino Hills resident was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after he attacked someone with a skateboard. The victim was sent to the hospital after he sustained injuries from being “struck in the head several times” according to a statement […]

Chino Hills Files Lawsuit Over Tres Hermanos Decision

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Tres Hermanos is a small cattle ranch had at one-time been the private hunting grounds for generations of wealthy Los Angeles scions, including the late Los Angeles Times Publisher Harry Chandler. The land was purchased by City of Industry’s Industry redevelopment agency in 1978, before the state shut down such […]

Community Events September – November

Kids’ Night Out Walnut Teen Center 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm Third Saturday of every month   Diamond Bar Restaurant Week  A 14-day dining event that will take place Friday, October 6 – Friday, October 20, 2017. The event showcases Diamond Bar as a premier dining destination offering diners a wide variety of culinary experiences. Participating […]

Yellow Fever Mosquito Detected in Chino Hills

By Anthony Chan   Aedes aegypti, commonly known as the yellow fever mosquito, has been detected in Chino Hills, according to the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District, a public health agency managing the outbreak. Enhanced surveillance was triggered on August 21st as a response to a resident’s complaint of daytime biting mosquitoes, and […]

Physical Argument Escalates Into A Stabbing In Chino Hills

By Anthony Saude On Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at approximately 4:12 pm, Robert Thomas Ramirez was involved in a verbal argument with the victim in the backyard of a residence on the 15000 block of Ethel Street (Lower Los Serranos) in the city of Chino Hills. There was an argument between two men that quickly […]

CH Mobile Recreation Program Begins Fall Session

By City of Chino Hills   Chino Hills, CA — Chino Hills’ Mobile Recreation program is returning to local neighborhoods with a new fall schedule August 21st through December 8th (closed on major holidays). The self-contained recreation vehicle will visit various neighborhoods to provide fun activities in a safe environment for children from kindergarten through […]

16 Vie For Open Council Seat

By Michael Armijo   Chino Hills – Ed Grahams abrupt resignation last month, the deadline to apply has passed and 16 people have responded by the closing date of July 31st. Opening up the position and having someone apply for it instead of electing one saved the city around $100,000 for a special election. The […]

2 CH Residents Jailed After Marijuana Bust

By Mireya Delapaz Chino Hills – A chase ensued in Chino Hills this week that led to 2 arrests for the growth and possession of marijuana. The two suspects, Zhi Cheng, 40 and Hui Yuan Li, 37, were being chased for 5 miles on the 71 freeway near the Westbound I-10 before getting arrested. There […]

CH PD Chase Ends in PIT Maneuver, Arrest

Staff Reports Chino Hills, CA – A driver of a stolen vehicle flee from deputies which ensured in a pursuit that ended in Los Angeles after a PIT maneuver. Last week at about 1:52 am a vehicle failed to yield and a pursue ensued. The result was a stolen vehicle chase that ended on Kadota […]

Chino Hills Vacant Seat Open

By Michael Armijo Chino Hills – After the abrupt resignation of councilman Ed Graham, the Chino Hills City Council voted to appoint his successor instead of electing one, a move that will save the city around $100,000 for a special election. The term ends a year from November in 2018 and Residents must apply by July […]

Looks Like It’s NO On Measure H

By Michael Armijo   Chino – Chino has spoken and their voice was heard. NO on H won, so this means there will be no zone changes for the proposed property and general plan. Yesterday, Tuesday, July 11, a special election was held for the city of Chino registered voters to vote on Measure H, […]

Fireworks Branded Violations

Staff Reports Inland Empire – Fireworks in Chino Hills, which are all illegal, resulted in on citations being issued, according to the Sheriff’s Department. Diamond Bar had nothing to report as of press time. But between 6 p.m. and 12 a.m., the Chino Police Department in collaboration with the Chino Valley Fire District issued 64 […]

Measure H On July 11 Ballot

By Marissa Mitchell and Michael Armijo Chino – This coming Tuesday, July 11, a special election will be held for the city of Chino registered voters to vote on Measure H, which will amend the general plan the Chino Municipal Code. The Special Election will be held to submit Measure H to voters within the City of […]

Lakers Meet With Local Basketball Star

By Michael Armijo Chino Hills – Chino Hills resident, former Chino Hills High standout, and former UCLA star Lonzo Ball was interviewed and worked out with the professional NBA team Los Anglees Lakers last week, the team he had said he would prefer to play with. The Lakers have the number two pick in next […]