YUCCA VALLEY FELON ARRESTED WITH DRUGS AND FIREARMS DURING PROBATION COMPLIANCE CHECK

A Yucca Valley convicted felon was arrested after he was found with drugs and firearms. On Wednesday, October 28, Deputies went to a home in the 6900 block of Apache Trail in Yucca Valley to conduct a probation compliance check on Christopher Parimore, 38. During the contact, Deputies located suspected methamphetamine for sale as well as twelve rifle lower receivers, one of which had been altered by being milled out. As a convicted felon, Parimore is forbidden from owning firearms. Christopher Parimore was arrested without incident for investigation of possession of a controlled substance for sales and being a felon in possession of a firearm, booked into the Morongo Basin Jail, with his bail set at $50,000.

TWENTYNINE PALMS WOMAN ACCUSED OF HIT-AND-RUN

A Twentynine Palms woman was arrested Friday morning, accused of being involved in a hit-and-run crash. About 8:30 a.m. Friday, deputies were on patrol in the Indian Cove neighborhood of Twentynine Palms when they found a vehicle stopped against a broken guard rail at Indian Cove Road and Gorgonio. The front end of the vehicle was hanging over the edge of the road. The keys were in the ignition and the vehicle was still running, but there were no occupants at the scene. Deputies contacted Karla Eusse-gil, 24, who is the registered owner of the vehicle. She admitted to driving the vehicle and losing control after drinking alcohol at a party in the Indian Cove area the previous night. Neighbors had called deputies several times complaining about the party. Eusse-gil had prior DUI arrests and had a suspended license for driving under the influence. Karla Eusse-gil was arrested on suspicion of hit-and-run with property damage and driving on a suspended license, booked into the Morongo Basin Jail, cited and released.

TWENTYNINE PALMS WOMAN ACCUSED OF STABBING HER HUSBAND

A Twentynine Palms woman was arrested Thursday, accused of stabbing her husband Wednesday. About 10:30 Wednesday night, deputies were called to a mobile home park in the 71600 block of Highway 62 in Twentynine Palms for an unknown problem. The victim told deputies an unknown man had tried to steal his wallet near the Stater Brothers shopping center. He said he fought back and was stabbed in the arm by the suspect during the struggle. The suspect gone on arrival; the victim was taken to Desert Regional Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.

On Thursday, detectives conducted a follow-up investigation and located additional evidence. Detectives determined the man had been assaulted with a knife by his own wife, Ashley Machado, 23. Ashley Machado was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, booked at the Morongo Basin Jail, with her bail set at $50,000.

TURN CLOCKS BACK AN HOUR TONIGHT

Spring forward, fall back. Yes, it’s that time again. Ernest Figueroa reminds us to not only change our clocks, but also smoke alarm batteries…

Daylight Saving Time ends tonight, which means it’s time to change our clocks again. In March, we “spring” forward one hour, so on the first Sunday in November, we “fall” back, gaining that hour we “lost” eight months ago. The official time change is 2 a.m. Sunday, but for most of us, that means we’ll need to set our clocks back one hour before we go to bed tonight. Your local fire department urges you to use the time change as a reminder to change the batteries in your smoke alarms. Working smoke alarms are extremely important in providing you early warning to get out in case of a fire. Some smoke alarms have a 10-year lithium battery and there is NO need to change these batteries every year. After 10 years you replace the smoke alarm with a new one. 

TWENTYNINE PALMS MAN ACCUSED OF MULTIPLE CRIMES

A Twentynine Palms man was arrested Wednesday, October 28, accused of drug possession and violating his sex offender registry. According to a Sheriff’s press release, a Deputy was in the area of Baseline Road and North Star Avenue in Twentynine Palms conducting security checks on abandoned homes due to multiple reports of people trespassing at the locations. At 8:43 a.m., Deputies located a vehicle parked in the driveway of a fire-damaged residence in the 74000 block of Baseline Road. Deputies contacted Peter Wolik, 38 of Twentynine Palms inside the home. Wolik was on active parole and felony probation. According to additional Sheriff’s logs, an unidentified female was with Wolik at the time. Christopher Wolik was arrested for investigation of trespassing, possession of drug paraphernalia, being in violation of his sex offender registration, and in violation of his parole and probation; booked into the Morongo Basin Jail; and is being held without bail. The unidentified female, who was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance and in possession of drug paraphernalia, was cited and released at the Hi-Desert Medical Center due to numerous medical issues.