Redlands Police Officers and Fire Department firefighter/paramedics responded to a rollover collision after a 30-year-old Yucaipa woman suffering from a medical condition hit several cars before jumping a curb and landing her car on its side on top of another car.
Emergency responders received the call at about 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, of the accident in the area of Nevada Street and Orange Tree Lane. The driver struck a parked car before continuing north on Nevada street and sideswiping another vehicle in the southbound lane. The vehicle then crossed over a curb before rolling down a small embankment and coming to rest on the back of a parked Porsche.
Redlands paramedics were able to stabilize the driver while firefighters cut through the roof of the vehicle to extricate her. While the driver suffered no apparent injuries, she was transported to a local hospital as a precaution.
As part of its yearlong 125th Anniversary quasquicentennial celebration, the City of Redlands will honor veterans with a Veterans Day parade on Nov. 11.
With former Congressman Jerry Lewis as grand marshal, the parade will start at Redlands High School at 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11. From there it will make its way west on Citrus Avenue to Eureka Street, north to State Street, west to Texas Street, north to Redlands Boulevard and west to Jennie Davis Park at the corner of Redlands Boulevard and New York Street.
Redlands Police recovered two 7-foot cow costumes stolen in separate restaurant burglaries and arrested a suspect after RPD officers found the costumes advertised for sale online.
The cow costumes, created for Chick-Fil-A restaurant, were stolen in two separate burglaries from the Redlands restaurant’s storage facility earlier this year.
RPD officers contacted the seller after seeing one of the distinctive 7-foot costumes made to represent the restaurant’s trademark cow mascots for sale on Craigslist last week. The officer indicated on the phone with the seller that he was interested in buying the bovine attire as a Halloween costume. When the seller told the officer that he had two for sale for $350 apiece, the officer replied that it would make the perfect his-and-hers costumes for him and his wife.
Redlands Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing 64-year-old man.
Mohamed Ali, 64, was reported missing by staff at Braswell’s Colonial Care, 1618 Laurel Ave., Friday morning, Nov. 1 He was last seen by staff getting on a bus at about 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. It is unknown where he was going although one staff member overheard him say he may be going to Moreno Valley.
Ali is a native of Egypt and has no family in the United States.
Ali is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs 180 pounds, has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black or green shirt and black pants.
Weekend party patrols scheduled for RHS-REV Smudge Pot rivalry
Redlands Police will be out in force again this weekend conducting party patrols Friday and Saturday night to coincide with the much-anticipated Redlands High School-Redlands East Valley High Smudge Pot football game. These extra enforcement actions are part of an ongoing initiative aimed at creating a healthier, safer community through enforcing alcohol laws.
The Redlands Senior Center and Inter Valley Health Plan are hosting a free chocolate bingo game on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Redlands Community Senior Center located at 111 W. Lugonia Ave.
Try your luck with this fun game of bingo in which chocolate is the ultimate prize! This free event is open to anyone ages 50 and above. Each player will receive a bingo card and a bag of chocolate kisses. The players will use the chocolate kisses as bingo markers. The first person to get a bingo wins the game! Free chocolate refreshments and prizes will be provided.
Redlands Police on Saturday arrested a suspect in the murder of a Perris woman whose body was found dumped in a Redlands orange grove last February.
Police arrested 34-year-old Sue Robert Seiuli shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, in the 900 block of Washington Street in Colton, for the February murder of 23-year-old Sylvia Marie Flores.
Flores’ body was found in an orange grove off Almond Avenue west of Alabama Street in Redlands on Feb. 26.
Police arrested a suspect for felony animal cruelty, after a video was posted online showing the woman lighting fire to a cat.
Redlands Police received a call from a woman in Boston who reported seeing the video on Facebook showing the woman setting the cat’s tail on fire. The video was traced to an address in Redlands where officers located the cat and confirmed its injuries. Police located the suspect, 27-year-old Monica Pauline Ferreri, at her workplace in the 1800 block of Orange Tree Lane at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24.
The 15-year-old family pet suffered only singed fur to its tail and was treated by a veterinarian.