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Riverside California Police Station Address: 4102 Orange St, Riverside, CA 92501, United States


3 days ago
RIVERSIDE: Officers safely resolve barricaded situation.

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1 week ago
TRAFFIC ALERT – Van Buren Blvd. from Citrus Heights Rd. to King Ave.

Due to a multi-vehicle traffic collision just outside the city limits at Van Buren and Mockingbird Canyon, Van Buren between Citrus Heights and King, in both directions, is backed up with heavy delays. https://t.co/8WON9ThCJR

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1 week ago
RIVERSIDE: Public’s assistance needed to identify suspect who stole elderly victim’s purse.

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2 weeks ago
RIVERSIDE: Fatal traffic collision investigation taking place at Market Street and 2nd Street.

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Riverside Police Department added 2 new photos.3 hours ago

SUSPECTS CAUGHT AFTER MAKING FORGED CHECKS

This afternoon around 1:20 p.m. on Friday, January 19, 2018 officers responded to the Wells Fargo, located in the 6100 block of Magnolia Avenue, regarding a subject attempting to cash a fraudulent check for $2,600. The owner of the account was contacted by the bank and advised she did not know the suspect and requested prosecution. When officers arrived, they safely detained the male suspect and his female accomplice.

Their investigation revealed the two suspects purchased check materials at the nearby Staples and went across the street to the Kinkos where they printed fraudulent checks. From there, they walked to the Wells Fargo and attempted to cash one of the checks they just made. The male was also found to be in possession of fraudulent identification cards, and officers located stolen mail inside his vehicle.

Ayodeji Akinde, 24-years-old of Riverside, and Dajua Rias, 21-years-old of Los Angeles, were arrested and later booked into jail for forgery, identity theft, burglary, and conspiracy to commit crimes.

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SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER

Yesterday around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 18, 2018, officers responded to the homeless shelter, in the 2800 block of Hulen Place, for reports of a vehicle that ran over pedestrians in the parking lot. When the Riverside Police and Fire Departments arrived at the location, along with RPD Air Support Unit – Air1, it was quickly determined only one person was struck by a car. That victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening injury.

Air-1 located the suspect and suspect vehicle that crashed. The suspect fled into the Multi-Services Access Center for the shelter but was eventually taken into custody.

The officers’ investigation determined the suspect and victim had been involved in a physical altercation earlier in the day. The suspect left but then returned in his vehicle a short time later. He started to drive erratically in the street and sidewalk close to victim’s tent. In fear, the victim ran away from the suspect vehicle when the suspect intentionally drove after and struck him before crashing into a fence and another vehicle.

Officers noticed the suspect displayed symptoms of alcohol intoxication and found an open beer can inside his vehicle. It was also learned the suspect was on parole for a previous assault with a deadly weapon. Joshua Khalil, 34-years-old of Long Beach, was arrested and later booked into jail for attempted murder, parole violations, and felony DUI.

(Scene Photos by D. Cupido)

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WOMEN’S FLAG FOOTBALL

Are you interested in watching some of law enforcement’s best women battle it out on the football field to help raise money for some great charitable causes… and for bragging rights? Then purchase your ticket now and come on out to Riverside Community College Wheelock Field on Saturday, January 27, 2018, to watch the Los Angeles Police Department go up against the Riverside Police Department in a flag football game at 10:00 a.m.

Stick around after for a match-up between the San Bernardino Police & Sheriff team versus the California Department of Corrections at 12:00 p.m., followed by the Riverside County Sheriffs versus the Santa Ana Police Department at 2:00 p.m.

All funds raised will go to each respective agency’s local charitable foundations. The Riverside Police Department team will be donating their portions raised to the Riverside Youth Judo Club.

Only $10 for pre-sale tickets, or $12 at the gate. Tickets include entrance to all three games along with a hot dog and drink. To purchase your pre-sale tickets, see the flyer for contact information.

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OFFICERS SAFELY RESOLVE BARRICADED SITUATION

Late last night around 11:50 p.m. on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, officers responded to the 4500 block of Tomlinson Avenue for a call of a violent and distraught subject who was armed with a knife and locked inside a bathroom. Officers and supervision arrived and began planning how to safely resolve this situation.

The Riverside Fire Department and American Medical Response paramedics were staged nearby as a plan was formed utilizing different resources, including less than lethal options and on-duty Emergency Negotiators (ENT).

An ENT officer responded and started talking with the distraught woman. After a few minutes of negotiating, the female disarmed herself and opened the bathroom door. Officers were then able to safely take her into custody. She was treated at the scene by paramedics then taken to a local hospital for evaluation and treatment.

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Riverside Police Department3 days ago

OFFICERS SAFELY RESOLVED BARRICADED SITUATION

Late last night around 11:50 p.m. on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, officers responded to the 4500 block of Tomlinson Avenue for a call of a violent and distraught subject who was armed with a knife and locked inside a bathroom. Officers and supervision arrived and began planning how to safely resolve this situation.

The Riverside Fire Department and American Medical Response paramedics were staged nearby as a plan was formed utilizing different resources, including less than lethal options and on-duty Emergency Negotiators (ENT).

An ENT officer responded and started talking with the distraught woman. After a few minutes of negotiating, the female disarmed herself and opened the bathroom door. Officers were then able to safely take her into custody. She was treated at the scene by paramedics then taken to a local hospital for evaluation and treatment.

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Riverside Police Department shared Riverside Police Explorers Post 714’s post.3 days ago

NEW POLICE EXPLORER ORIENTATION REMINDER

The Riverside Police Explorers Post 714 are having orientation for new members on January 17, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. at our Magnolia Station (10540 Magnolia Avenue).