Sheriff's Blotter 09-17-14

September 16, 2014

Tuesday, Sept. 9
11:46 p.m. A warrant was served in the 9700 block of Cody Avenue. The subject was gone on arrival.
8:41 p.m. Shots were heard in the 32000 block of State Highway 18. Deputies were unable to locate the source of the apparent gunfire.
11:35 a.m. A theft was reported in the 32000 area of Zircon Road. Apparently it was a civil matter.
10:05 a.m. A theft was reported in the 1600 block of Highway 18. The subject was gone on arrival.

Monday, Sept. 8
10:59 a.m. An arrest warrant was served in the 10500 block of Medanos Avenue.

Weekly booking logs: September 17, 2014

September 16, 2014

The Leader publishes the names of those who are arrested in Lucerne Valley as well as Lucerne Valley residents who are arrested elsewhere in San Bernardino County, along with the reason for their arrest. All information comes from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

DUI WARRANT: On Sept. 3 at 9:10 a.m., 52-year-old Craig Albert Sherwood of Lucerne Valley was arrest on a $25,000 warrant for being under suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. He was booked and released later the same day.

Recipes: Snickers Salad

September 16, 2014

I know what you’re thinking. SNICKERS® salad? I’ll pass! But hear me out on this because you’re going to love it, I promise. The perfect treat for football season, this salad combines granny apples, SNICKERS® bars and more to create a salad that dreams are made of. Serve it in individual mason jars with spoons so that you can fully enjoy the game while you and your football guests indulge in your serving of decadent chocolatey goodness.

Obernolte advocates for small business

September 9, 2014

By PETER DAY
Senior Reporter

LUCERNE VALLEY • Big Bear mayor Jay Obernolte, who will contend for the State Assembly seat vacated by Tim Donnelly in November, shared his hopes for the state and region during last week’s regular meeting of the Lucerne Valley Economic Development Association.

A successful small businessman, he stressed the importance of making California a friendlier place for businesses. He wants the state to foster an environment for others to pursue the American Dream.

LV Museum hosts a day of family fun in Pioneer Park

September 9, 2014

By Barbara “Rusty” LaGrange
Special to the LEADER

A day of contests and games of skill filled Pioneer Park during the return of historic Lucerne Valley Day, Saturday, Sept. 6. Hosted by the Lucerne Valley Days Committee of the LV Museum Association, this one-day event attracted families with children to try their hand at a variety of games, once played in the 1920s through 60s.

Mitsubishi wins first place award for outreach

September 9, 2014

From staff reports

LUCERNE VALLEY • Mitsubishi Cement Corporation’s Cushenbury facility in Lucerne Valley received PCA America’s Cement Manufacturers first place outreach award, the plant’s environmental manager Dave Rib announced during the recent meeting of the Lucerne Valley Economic Development Association.

Mitsubishi beat out cement manufacturing facilities in Virginia, Tennessee, Florida and Michigan for the honor. The award honored the plant that best enhanced its profile through community, employee and government relations.

LV Community to hold church in the park

September 9, 2014

Special to the Leader

The congregation at Lucerne Valley Community Church is inviting the community to join them for “Church in the Park,” Sept. 21.

“We are inviting all the local churches to join us,” said Pastor Richard Wood.

The day will include food, music, and baptism.

“We want to take advantage of the beautiful fall weather, and make use of the best kept park in the High Desert, giving people a place to worship outside the traditional church setting,” said Pastor Wood. “All are invited.”

Donations sought for LVES science campers

September 9, 2014

From staff reports

The Lucerne Valley Elementary School 5th grade science program is seeking donations for students to attend the annual High Trails Outdoor Science School Oct. 13-17.

For five days students will take classes on geology, native culture, orienting and more. During the evening, classes will be held on astronomy and snake identification.

“This weeklong experience is irreplaceable educationally,” according to LVES teacher Niccole Childs. “We ask for your help in aiding to get all of our fifth graders to High Trails this year.”

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