June will be jumpin’ again this year as the City of Redlands continues the successful series of events kicking off the summer, including Surfin’ State Street, Wine & Music and the Food Truck and Brewfest events.
The June is Jumpin’ series will begin Friday, June 14, with Surfin’ State Street on downtown State Street from Orange to Ninth Street, from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will feature the popular local surf band, The Tornadoes, a classic car cruise, barbecue, beers from Hangar 24 and wines from State Street Winery.
Local Redlands creamery á la Minute has become the latest business to support the City of Redlands 125th Anniversary celebration, offering an anniversary mug featuring a customized version of the City’s 125th Anniversary logo, designed by Richard Pennington of Pennington Designs.
The commemorative mugs are currently for sale at á la Minute, 19 E. Citrus Ave., Suite 105, for $12 and include your choice of hand-crafted ice cream. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the City of Redlands’ yearlong 125th Anniversary celebration.
A woman who heard a prowler attempting to break into her home called police who arrested the man as he threw bags of property over the fence.
Police received a call at about 9 a.m. Monday, March 25, from the resident in the 80 block of Kathi Street who heard the suspect as he tried to gain entry to the home through several windows. The resident locked herself in a bathroom and stayed on the line as officers responded to the home.
The Redlands Police Department has begun enforcement of the City’s social host ordinance, issuing six citations under the law at a party on Saturday.
At about 2 p.m. Saturday, March 23, police were called to a report of a loud party in the 900 block of E. Brockton Avenue where several minors were reportedly consuming alcohol. When police arrived at the location, they found loud music blaring and several subjects consuming alcohol.
Police issued administrative citations to three people for hosting an underage drinking party, including one person who purchased three kegs of beer for the party. Police also issued administrative citations to three minors for possession of alcohol.
The Redlands Police Department will again offer a personal self-defense and safety seminar designed especially for women, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at the Redlands Community Center Gymnasium.
The seminar, part of the Redlands Police Department’s Street Smart program, is designed to increase participants’ level of awareness and minimize their risk of victimization.
The seminar is designed for women and girls from ages 13 and up and will include a personal safety presentation as well as hands-on training.
The class includes presentations by members of the Redlands Police Department, hands-on training in self-defense tactics and a personal safety question and answer session. UFC/WEC mixed martial artist Javier Vazquez will also be in attendance.
Residents may notice unusual air activity as a large jet makes several passes over the northwest portion of the City this weekend. San Bernardino International Airport officials notified City officials of a series of take-offs and landings scheduled to take place this weekend.
A large 777 aircraft will be performing a series of take-offs and landings at the airport, part of a commercial film project. The activity is scheduled to take place between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday, March 24; however, additional activity may take place Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Airport officials anticipate fewer than 10 passes each day.
Investigators have released a store surveillance video of a murder victim, taken a day before the woman’s body was found in a Redlands orange grove. Police hope the video will prompt members of the public who may have seen the woman and have information about the events leading up to her death.
The body of 23-year-old Sylvia Marie Flores, of Perris, was found by a resident in an orange grove off Almond Avenue west of Alabama Street the evening of Feb. 26.
Three people were arrested for driving under the influence over the weekend, including one arrested during a sobriety checkpoint Friday and two others arrested during targeted saturation patrols over the weekend.
A total of 137 vehicles passed through the DUI/drivers license checkpoint between 10 p.m. Friday, March 15, and 3 a.m. Saturday in the eastbound lanes of Colton Avenue, west of Texas Street. In addition to the DUI arrest, three citations were issued for driving with suspended licenses and another three drivers were cited for driving without a license.
Two drivers were arrested for DUI, during separate grant-funded saturation patrols Sunday, March 17, including one reckless driver who led police on a short pursuit beginning at Pennsylvania Avenue and Church Street before he was taken into custody at Hunter Drive near University Street. One driver was also cited Sunday for driving without a license and another for talking on a cell phone while driving.
Firefighters responded to a structure fire in the 200 block of Jesse Way late Monday night.
The report of a fire in a two-story, single-family home came in about 11:30 p.m. Monday, March 18. When firefighters arrived they found heavy smoke coming from the chimney and attic space.