News@Noon for Dec. 29, 2014
December 29, 2014 - fall Denim
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The Tehachapi News presents a News@Noon for Dec. 29, 2014:
The latest news – Two women have been arrested in tie with a review into a unreasonable of mail thefts that tormented Bear Valley Springs before to Christmas — and a youthful formerly charged with mail burglary has been re-arrested on additional charges. HERE
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NOTE: Reports of trade stops, walking checks and other activities though sum have been separated from a reports published here.
Tehachapi Police Department:
Tehachapi Police Department has dropped promulgation a daily military logs. Instead, it will emanate a weekly news of any vital arrests or incidients and will emanate press releases on vital issues.
Bear Valley Police Department:
Dec. 25, 2014
1:03 p.m. Auto accident, no injuries. occurred on Water Canyon Road. Vehicle off an embankment. Disposition: Turn over to other agencies.
1:14 p.m. Welfare check request, occurred on Columbia Way. Reporting celebration requesting gratification check of his 2-year-old daughter. Grandparents didn’t uncover to a sell location, stating celebration is concerned. Disposition: Assignment completed.
1:16 p.m. Welfare check request, occurred during San Antonio, Tex on Cedar Tree Way. Last spoke to her mom on Wednesday morning. She sounded OK during a time though has medical issues and no caring giver. Disposition: Turn over to other agency.
4:45 p.m. Welfare check request, occurred on Mashie Court. Elderly womanlike lives in this chateau on Jamaica Dune. Garbage can on a rug and stating celebration has not seen proprietor for weeks. Disposition: Checks Ok.
5:13 p.m. Reckless driving, occurred during Gate on Bear Valley Road. White Chevy Traverse usually went by embankment with Washington plate. Possible
swerving over a lines. Disposition: Unable to locate.
7:55 p.m. Animal call, occurred during Bear Valley Road/Jacaranda Drive. White with brownish-red spots equine lost. Reporting celebration will be out looking. Disposition: Information only.
Dec. 26, 2014
4:13 a.m. Warrant service, officer instituted activity during Marcel Drive. Disposition: Arrest Made.
4:24 a.m. Animal call, occurred on Fox Ridge Court. Reporting celebration requesting contact. Owner of Fox Ridge Court and it is causing problems on his property. Disposition: Assignment completed.
8:10 a.m. Warrant service, officer instituted activity during Ironwood Court. Disposition: Arrest made.
5:02 p.m. Welfare check request, occurred on Dart Drive. Request check of 99-year-old last. Reporting celebration final spoke with her yesterday. Disposition: Checks Ok.
5:06 p.m. Welfare check request, occurred on Chia Court. Horse owners has H2O using down a equine route from a corral. No one answers during a chateau a lorry is in a drive with a doorway open. Disposition: Checks Ok.
6:45 p.m. Reckless driving, occurred during Red Apple Avenue/Westwood Boulevard. White work pickup pushing into coming traffic, final seen westbound on Red Apple Road coming Westwood stop sign. Disposition: Turn over to other agency.
8:02 p.m. Reckless driving, occurred during Gate on Bear Valley Road. Vehicle swerving and pushing during really low afterwards really high speeds. Last seen westbound flitting by a gate. Disposition: Advised.
Dec. 27, 2014
9:18 a.m. Unauthorized use of personal info, occurred during Bear Valley Police Department on Bear Valley Road. $49 assign to stating party’s Discover card. Disposition: Report taken.
11:11 a.m. Auto accident, no injury, occurred on Paramount Drive. Gray Honda off a highway usually subsequent Paramount nearby H2O tank.
Kern County Sheriff’s Office:
Between Dec. 26 and a morning of Dec. 29, a Kern County Sheriff’s Office responded to 45 calls for use in a Tehachapi area, including: a earthy assent reeling in Keene, a unit check on South Street during COS Mini Storage, a questionable chairman on White Pine Drive/Woodford Tehachapi Road in Golden Hills, a questionable chairman on Hart Creek Drive/Valley Oak Road in Hart Flat, a unit check on Bear Valley Road during Cummings Valley Elementary School, a unit check on Park Road during Golden Hills Elementary School, a mental analysis during Bald Mountain Drive/Weston Avenue in Golden Hills, a questionable chairman on San Gabriel Drive/Silver Drive in Golden Hills, an support other dialect calls on East “F” Street in Tehachapi, a hunt and rescue operation nearby Cameron Canyon, a written assent reeling on Loumas Lane, a unit check on Dennison Road, a unit check on Tehachapi Boulevard in Kern County, a unit check on Highline Road during a Church of a Nazarene, a mental health analysis on Tulip Street in Golden Hills, a unit check on Sage Avenue/Sycamore Drive in Kern County, a unit check on Bear Valley Road during Cummings Valley Elementary School, a unit check on South Street, a unit check on Reeves Street during Golden Hills CSD, a assent reeling review on Brook Drive in Golden Hills, a unit check on Water Canyon Road during Tehachapi Mountain Park, a glow on Rountree Court in Golden Hills, a unit check on Westwood Boulevard in Golden Hills, a unit check on Tiffany Circle in Kern County, a blank youthful on Sandy Court in Golden Hills, a check a w gratification call on Woodford Tehachapi Road/Highway 202, a unit check during a Golden Hills CSD, a unit check on Quail Springs Road in Golden Hills, a barking dog call on Park Road in Golden Hills, a check a gratification ask on Alps Drive in Alpine Forest, a written assent reeling on Raymond Court/Golden Hills Boulevard in Golden Hills, a gratification check ask on Brook Drive in Golden Hills, a antagonistic effect call on Highline Road/Adalante Street, a antagonistic effect call on Hacienda Drive in Golden Hills, a assent reeling review on Cherry Lane, a burglary review on Golden Hills Boulevard in Golden Hills, a keep a assent call on Santa Barbara Drive in Golden Hills, a keep a assent call on Santa Maria Drive in Golden Hills, a assent reeling on Woodford Tehachapi Road during Golden Hills Motel, a assent reeling on Madre Street in Golden Hills, and a unit check on Santa Maria Drive/Santa Barbara Drive in Golden Hills.
Today: Sunny, with a high nearby 48. Breezy, with a west northwest breeze 15 to 20 mph..
Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 27. Blustery, with a west northwest breeze around 25 mph, with gusts as high as 35 mph.
Tuesday: A possibility of sleet and sleet showers, especially after 5pm. Increasing clouds, with a high nearby 38. Breezy, with a northwest breeze 5 to 10 mph apropos easterly 15 to 20 mph in a afternoon. Chance of flood is 30%.
Tuesday night: Snow showers likely, especially between 11pm and 5am. Cloudy, with a low around 22. Windy, with an easterly northeast breeze 30 to 35 mph, with gusts as high as 50 mph. Chance of flood is 60%. New sleet accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.
• VFW Post #5948 will horde a New Years Eve Party with live party from 7 p.m. to midnight, Dec. 31. Open to a open and potluck welcome.
• The Oak Branch Saloon will underline Denim personification in a accepting area on New Year’s Eve, with New York as a theme. For sheet sales to a cooking dance, call 821-5521.
• Souza Winery will benefaction dual “Celebrity Bartender for Charity” events any month. Come out and suffer some smashing wines and have a good time while assisting several charities. Sunday, Dec. 28, from 2 to 5 p.m. — Celebrity Susan Wiggens will be lifting income for Links for Life.
• Continuing by Dec. 31, Tehachapi Treasure Trove will reason a Holiday Bazaar featuring tables full of fun and innovative holiday gifts and ideas. Come see what thelocal artisans have to offer.
• Triassic Legacy Vineyards will horde a harangue array entitled “Winter Wednesdays” on a second Wednesday of any month, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Lectures will be hold on Jan. 13, Feb. 11 and Mar 11. A opposite guest orator will be featured any month. Guests are speedy to move an unwrapped fondle to be donated to a Tehachapi area encourage caring module Koinonia Family Services. Refreshments will be served.
• The American Legion Auxiliary is collecting names for their annual “Packages to a Troops” project. Do we have a family member or crony that is now overseas, on a boat or distant from home? For a past 8 years, American Legion Auxiliary Tehachapi Unit 221 has sent Christmas packages to heroes portion overseas. Besides an array of toiletries, snacks, books and food items, a American Legion sends Christmas Trees and all a decorations. For some-more information, or to contention names and addresses, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 822-1014.
• The Tehachapi Branch of a Kern County Library will underline a following activities during a month of December: 1) Preschool Story-time, Fridays during 10 a.m.; 2) American Sign Language, Mondays, children/teens during 4:30 p.m., adults during 5:30 p.m.; The Library will be sealed Dec. 24, 25 and 31, and Jan. 1. For some-more information, call 822-4937.
• Christian Life Assembly, located during 920 W. Valley Blvd., will offer a new service, sixthreeO, on Wednesday nights, during 6:30 p.m. The use will embody a kids module for children age birth by 12th grade. Regular Sunday services will also continue during 9 and 10:30 a.m. For some-more informaiton, call 822-3813 or revisit a website during clatehachapi.com.
• Mountain Bible Church, located during 630 Maple St., will horde a following activities this fall: 1) Christmas Eve Worship Service, Dec. 24, from 7 to 8 p.m.; 2) Youth Group meets any Wednesday during 6 p.m. For some-more information, hit a MBC bureau during 822-7541.
• Tehachapi Mountain Vineyard, located during 502 W. Pinon, will horde High School Youth Groups on Wednesday evenings during 6:30 p.m. and Sundays during 11 a.m. Contact a TMV bureau during 822-9313 to register or for some-more information.
• The Tehachapi Nar-Anon Family Support Group will accommodate any Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m., during a Tehachapi Community Congregational Church, in a Fellowship Hall, 100 E. “E” St. The organisation is for people influenced by someone else’s drug addiction. As a 12-step program, a organisation offers pity of experience, strength and hope. Call 822-1255.
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Bear Valley CSD
All meetings are hold during 28999 South Lower Valley Road.
• Board meets during 6 p.m. on Jan. 8 and 6 p.m. on Jan. 22.
Tehachapi Unified School District
Meetings take place during Claude L. Wells Center, 300 South Robinson St.
• Board of curators meets during 6 p.m. on Jan. 13.
Tehachapi City Council
Meetings are hold during 300 South Robinson Street.
• Council meets during 6 p.m. on Jan. 5 and during 6 p.m. on Jan. 19.
Tehachapi Cummings Water District
Meetings are hold during 22901 Banducci Road.
Mountain Meadows CSD
Meetings are hold during a district office, 17980 Highline Rd.
Golden Hills CSD
Meetings are hold during a district office, 21415 Reeves St.
• Board meets during 9 a.m. on Jan. 3.
SPORTS THIS WEEK
• Boys Basketball — Varsity during Garces High School Holiday Hoops Challenge, Dec. 29-30, and Jan. 2-3. Jayvee during South High School Rebel Shootout, Dec. 29-31.
• Girls Basketball — Jayvee during Shafter High School Girls JV Basketball Shootout, Dec. 29-31.
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