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Missing woman found and reunited with family.
On Dec. 2, 2013 at approximately 5:47 a.m., Jane Warwick, 54 years-old of Corona, departed the Metrolink Station at North Main Street on the westbound train. Mrs. Warwick was traveling to her place of business in the city of Buena Park, California. Mrs. Warwick never arrived at work and did not return to the Corona Metrolink Station later that evening.
During the investigation, Mrs. Warwick was located by Corona Detectives in Orange County and reunited with her family.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Corona Police Department at 951-736-2330
-Be alert and aware of your surroundings at all times. Criminals often confront people who are distracted.
-Whether driving, walking, or taking public transportation, plan your trips in advance. Know how to get to your destination by the safest and most direct route.
-Shop in well populated, well lit areas. If possible, travel in groups. Plan your purchases in advance and carry only the amount of cash necessary for your planned purchases.
-Do not search through a purse or shopping bag while in the parking lot. If you must look for something, make sure you are in the safety of a store. Continue reading…
Southern California law enforcement has introduced new technology to fight property theft called COPDOTS, DNA for Property.
On Saturday, Decc 7, 2013, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. representatives from COPDOTS and the Corona Police Department will introduce this new technology that will give law enforcement and the community a tool to combat property theft. The location of this event will be at the Lowes Home Improvement store located at 1285 Magnolia Ave., Corona, CA [MAP].
City of Corona would like to remind everyone that during the months of November and December to use caution when having packages delivered.
Most packages which are delivered to customers are left at the customer’s door, even if no one is home to accept them. Unfortunately, this is also brings out individuals who are looking for crimes of opportunity, as well as criminals that actually target delivery trucks in neighborhoods. To reduce the chances of being victimized by package delivery thieves here are some tips:
- Choose a shipping option that requires you to sign for delivery.
- Check delivery status online so you can try to be home when the package arrives.
In the past several months, The Corona Police Department Financial Crimes Unit has been made aware of several scams that have claimed large amounts of money from several local victims and businesses. With the holiday shopping season quickly approaching us and charities becoming more active, the Corona Police Financial Crimes Unit encourages the public to stay vigilant in protecting their information, property and money from deceit this season.
The Corona Police Departments F.C.U. offers the following information to help the public stay informed. Be suspicious of correspondences that state you have won a lottery, have a family member currently incarcerated out of the country,
What’s a better way to get into the holiday spirit than a trip to the theatre? Prepare for a night of entertainment at CAT’s next production, “U.S. ‘Oh, No!’ Christmas Show” at the Corona Historic Civic Center Dec. 5 through Dec.7.
This original big band musical is set on Christmas Eve, 1944. Harry Baskin and His Cavalcade of Talent are set to perform for GI’s in Piedmont, PA just before they are shipped out to fight. A “once in a lifetime” blizzard strands half the cast, including show headliner, Estelle St. Cloud, leaving Harry, his faithful assistant, Velma and a few Cavalcade singers with the task of putting on the show. Continue reading…
On Tuesday, November 12, 2013, the Corona Masonic Lodge hosted a Public Services Appreciation Dinner. The Corona Police Department and the Corona Fire Department were very proud to have Officer Jody Kozakowski and Firefighter Daniel Yonan recognized at the event.
In January 2013, the Sierra Del Oro area began to experience a rash of daytime burglaries where individuals would scout out homes, pretending to be solicitors. Officer Kozakowski learned of the situation and began to contact key leaders. She organized at least six community meetings and joined their community Facebook group.
Through this form of social media, Officer Kozakowski was able to share crime prevention information and learn of crime trends in the area, which ultimately led the group to develop four neighborhood watch groups, which now have almost 900 active members. Continue reading…
At approximately 3:18 a.m. on Nov. 15, 2013, the Corona Police Department responded to 1680 Via Pacifica # D112 in regards to a fatal stabbing.