Compliance check results in one arrest

FALLBROOK – On Aug. 27, from 6 p.m. to midnight, the Fallbrook Crime Suppression Team and detectives from the Sheriff’s Fallbrook Substation conducted compliance checks on three Fallbrook residents. All of the compliance checks were done on known offenders and AB-109 (Assembly Bill 109) early release probationers. Those targeted were identified through crime and intelligence […]

BONSALL: Sullivan Middle School/Bonsall High School all clear after lockdown; student in custody

BONSALL: Sullivan Middle School/Bonsall High School all clear after lockdown; student in custody

UPDATE: 8:50 a.m. As of 8:38 a.m. this morning, the evacuation of Sullivan Middle School and Bonsall High School has ended and all staff and students are safe. According to Sullivan Middle School’s  website, a student called in a bomb threat and that student is presently in custody. The school followed procedures in place and implemented an unscheduled evacuation […]

Forum hears desire for ABC license

Forum hears desire for ABC license

At the Aug. 20 meeting of the Fallbrook Community Forum, organizer Vince Ross invited Bob Tavano, president of the Fallbrook Sports Association, to update the group on an effort underway to secure a beer and wine license for sales at the Ingold Sports Park on Olive Hill Road. “We are trying to find a way […]

Two arrested for mail theft; had identities on 36 residents

A man and a woman have been arrested for allegedly looting mailboxes throughout Fallbrook and lying about their identities to deputies when questioned. According to Sheriff’s Deputy Zach Harris, “Fallbrook Patrol and Crime Suppression Team deputies arrested two subjects on Tuesday, Aug. 18, for a string of mail thefts in Fallbrook after catching one of the […]

New home for “extraordinary Marine”

New home for “extraordinary Marine”

Fallbrook has welcomed a new family to town – that of U.S. Marine Corps SSgt. Jason Ross, thanks to the Gary Sinise Foundation. On Friday, Aug. 21, the Gary Sinise Foundation’s R.I.S.E. (Restoring Independence Supporting Empowerment) program presented Ross and his family with the keys and a custom iPad to a brand new, specially-adapted ‘smart home’ […]

Volunteers needed for GANAS Mentoring Program’s 10th season Information offered on Thursday, Sept. 10

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee’s (FCCPC) GANAS Mentoring Program is seeking local volunteers who would be interested in serving as role models for and having positive interaction with Fallbrook youth. GANAS reaches children, ages 9 to 18, in local apartment communities. Often, these youth have no one who will listen to them. […]

Bonsall Rotary honors senior volunteers

Bonsall Rotary honors senior volunteers

BONSALL – At its Aug. 13 meeting, Bonsall Rotary recognized members of the Fallbrook Sheriff’s Senior Volunteer Patrol who have been the security personnel for its annual Wine, Brews and Brews Festival for many years. The volunteers’ dedicated service to the community is well-known through the thousands of volunteer hours donated to assist homebound residents, […]

Two hurt in head on collision on South Mission

FALLBROOK – A head-on traffic collision was reported at 3:35 p.m. this afternoon, (Thursday, Aug. 27) on South Mission Road, a half mile south of Rocky Crest Road. Witnesses said an elderly lady in a blue Hyundai compact was driving the wrong way and hit a red Ford Focus. The fire department had all lanes […]

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