Saturday, January 20, 2018

Christie Martin

Former Contributor for Victor Valley News

May, 2016

  • 30 May

    Two Arrested For Possession of Stolen Property and Warrants

    BARSTOW-(  Two Bakersfield residents were arrested for the possession of stolen property in Barstow on Friday night. Richard Cagle, 55 and Heather Stewart, 35 were stopped near the 15 freeway and Old State Highway 58 in a light blue Lincoln with no rear plates. Stewart initially provided a false name to the deputy but was later identified as a parolee …

  • 30 May

    Paid Student Internship Program Offered to High School and College Students

    VICTORVILLE-(  First District Supervisor Lovingood in an effort to provide real-world experience, has announced a student internship program for those interested in industries ranging from healthcare and hospitality to manufacturing. “There is a serious shortage of internship opportunities in the High Desert,” Lovingood said. “So we’re connecting local college and high school students with employers who will provide real-world work …

  • 28 May

    Apple Valley Man Arrested for San Jacinto Murder

    Booking photo for 23-year-old Apple Valley resident, Bryan Anthony Waller

    SAN JACINTO-(  A 23-year-old Apple Valley man was arrested on suspicion of the murder and kidnapping of a man believed to be his relative authorities said. On Thursday night, police responded to a shots heard report on the 300 block of Cambridge Drive in San Jacinto. Upon arrival, officers from the San Jacinto Station located an adult male with gunshot …

  • 26 May

    CHP Plans to Step Up 215 Freeway Traffic Enforcement

    SAN BERNARDINO-(  While Motorcycle Safety Awareness month is coming to an end, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) announced on Thursday that they will be stepping up enforcement for motorcyclists and other drivers. Additional officers will be on the I-215 and will be watching for those driving an unsafe speed, following too closely, making unsafe lane changes, and turning improperly. The …

  • 26 May

    Attorney General in 13 states Urge Gun Violence Research

    Washington, D.C.– (  Attorney Generals from 13 states, including California sent a letter to leaders of both houses of Congress asking for immediate and direct funding to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to research and prevent gun-related injuries and deaths. The Attorney Generals are calling on Congress to fund the research needed to determine the root cause of …