Friday, January 23, 2015

 

We will be streaming this Press Conference Live at  Friday Morning
 1/22/15 at 11:00 am or shortly after.
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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Friday, January 9, 2015

Pilot Dies in Crash of Small Plane in Intersection Near Van Nuys Airport


Story Found on www.PE.Com  http://ktlane.ws/14DUJVT
Update: A small plane has crashed in an intersection after taking off from Van Nuys Airport, and the aircraft's solo occupant has been killed.
The experimental, fixed-wing plane was down near Hayvenhurst Avenue and Vanowen Street, just south of the airport in the San Fernando Valley.
Firefighters appeared to have placed a sheet over what could be a body, aerial video from Sky5 showed.
Watch KTLA’s video here: http://ktlane.ws/14DUJVT




NEW COMMUNITY SERVICE AVAILABLE TO OUR COMMUNITY !


Ever out in the community and see news that you feel the community needs to see ... Now with our new site you can let everyone know whats up !
With TheCommunityTv.com community members can use their cell phone with internet access and begin broadcasting LIVE straight to our main page!
We also will be doing Community Talk shows So if you have a service or public announcements you wish to have exposed hit us up and we can put you on Live.
We are also adding a tab where if you are wondering whats is going down in town and do not have a scanner.... With our feature you can go to www.TheCommunityTv.com and click on the LIVE Scanner tab ( when its online) and hear police/fire/ambulance transmissions.
There use to be an app and page where we could do this but is no longer online. So I will be bringing this feature as well to this page. We are waiting on a Scanner Donation for us to add this feature... If you have a Programmable working Scanner you wish to Donate to the Community tv to add this feature please contact us...
If you wish to have access to BROADCAST live news to our Community Tv contact me on Facebook or call 951-305-7605
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Thursday, January 8, 2015

News San Jacinto Ca Attempted Murder Augustin Gutierrez Street, in San Jacinto.







On January 7, 2015, at approximately 4:30 am, a patrol officer from the 
San Jacinto Police Department heard gunfire in the area of Dogwood 
Street and Lily Lane in San Jacinto. The officer immediately responded 
to the location and encountered an SUV traveling toward him at a high 
rate of speed. 



The SUV swerved toward the officer and almost collided with
his patrol car. Based on the sound of gunfire that came from the area 
and the driving actions of the SUV, the officer turned his vehicle 
around and a pursuit ensued through San Jacinto and into the city of 
Hemet.
The SUV 
entered the parking lot of a medical center on East Devonshire Avenue 
and stopped in front of the emergency room entrance. A 29-year-old male 
driver exited the SUV with visible gunshot wounds and was immediately 
given treatment at the medical center.


 He was later transferred to another hospital where he is listed in stable
 condition and expected to survive his injuries. Evidence of a shooting was
 later located near the intersection of Lily Lane and Augustin Gutierrez Street, 
in San Jacinto.


This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information regarding this 
incident is asked to contact Investigator Janecka of the San Jacinto 
Police Department at (951)654-2702. 
File Number(s): I150070006

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

By KTLA5 News - 13 Hospitalized After Big Rigs, Tour Bus Crash on 60 Freeway in Hacienda Heights


Story found on KTLA5 at http://ktlane.ws/1BIvQlS
Update: A tour bus collided with two big rigs leaving 30 people injured on the eastbound 60 Freeway in Hacienda Heights Wednesday.
The crash occurred near the Seventh Avenue off ramp about 10 a.m. and forced the temporary closure all but one lane in the eastbound direction.
Thirteen of the injured were hospitalized, according to a fire official.
Watch KTLA’s video here: http://ktlane.ws/1BIvQlS

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

L.A. County Offers $25,000 Reward to Help Catch Killer of 3-Week-Old Eliza Delacruz

After her parents and uncle were shot, 3-week-old Eliza Delacruz was taken from the family's Long Beach home by an unknown assailant. Less than 24 hours later, her body was found in a San Diego County dumpster.
Detectives have few leads and need help finding the "coward who committed this violent, senseless act," Long Beach's police chief said. "Somebody had to have seen or heard something."
A $25,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of Eliza's killer was announced Tuesday.
Read KTLA's story here: http://ktlane.ws/1Aq7n5h

Monday, January 5, 2015

Manhunt Underway for Husband of Woman Found Seriously Burned in Ventura County

A manhunt is underway for a suspect accused of trying to set his wife on fire at their home in Ventura County.
A small blaze was burning inside a bathroom when firefighters arrived at the residence near Moorpark, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The victim, who had gasoline on her clothing, was hospitalized with significant burn injuries.
Juan Manuel Hernandez Soria, 31, is described as Hispanic, 5 feet 7 inches, 200 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and facial hair.
He is believed to be driving a white 2005 Ford F-250 pickup truck with California license plate No. 86644S1.
A $1,000 reward has been offered in the case.
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Read KTLA's story here: http://ktlane.ws/1Datm3W

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Police Just Raided This Average Looking House. To Their Surprise They Never Expected This To Be Inside Of It.

Cops raid houses on a daily basis when they are tipped off on any form of illegal activity. But this story is so crazy that it might as well be straight out of the movies. And that is exactly how this all started. Check out this incredible story below.
Seems like a normal police raid, cops parked outside looking for illegal activity.
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But what they found was much, much more.





The house was built on top of a natural cave, but investigators say no one lived there. The house wasn’t even furnished.  Hidden inside the house was a secret passageway into a cave.
The thick metal door to the secret passageway was held in place by a hydraulic motor.  If someone didn’t want you to enter, you would probably need a small bomb to get in.














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The office space came first, then a living area furnished with three or four colorful bunk beds for camping out in the cave, and a restroom with a shower and plenty of toiletries. Behind the restroom was a kitchen with a fully stocked pantry, air conditioning, and microwave.  All the comforts of home, only this cave was meant for business. 
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More than 1,000 marijuana plants were grown deep underground.  There were two growing areas – one held starter plants and the other held maturing plants.  Each roomhad its own irrigation system. The lights and climate control kept the air at the perfect temperature: 87 degrees.












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They would grow 100 pounds of pot every 8 weeks.  The job of harvesting the marijuana was so big that they actually brought in outside labor.
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As you can see, the ceiling escape hatch was painted the same color as the ceiling to create a disguised escape route.
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The escape route leads to a ladder to climb out.
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Just beneath the ground, there is another trap door.  Here a hydraulic jack lifts the second trap door, which is hidden underneath a boulder. The escape hatch lets you out100 yards from the home. No one driving by would have any idea what lies beneath.










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How did these men get caught? Was it because police thought they were growing thousands of pounds of marijuana? NO!
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The men started stealing electricity from the local power lines to supply their fortress.  They spliced into wires and caused power disruptions to the local area.  Supervisors at the local power company were losing power somewhere and decided to look into it.
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But now Fred Strunk, 63, is not only facing 18 years of prison, he lost every cent he put into his operation.  His house and all his holdings were confiscated by the government.  The pot house is now up for sale!  In addition, he is expected to reimburse Tri-City Electricity $61,000 for the energy he stole.