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JOHNSON VALLEY MAN ACCUSED OF DEFRAUDING A HOTEL

A Johnson Valley man and a Los Angeles woman were arrested in Rancho Cucamonga, accused of trying to defraud a hotel. Rancho Cucamonga police were called to the Homewood Suites extended stay hotel near Ontario Mills about 1 p.m. Thursday. Officers contacted Ralph McMoran, 41, and Selma Dominguez, 45. After an investigation, McMoran and Dominguez were arrested for conspiracy. McMoran was also arrested for defrauding an innkeeper, while Dominguez was also charged with attempting to bring drugs into a jail. Ralph McMoran and Selma Dominguez were released on zero bail.

COUNTY UPDATES VIRUS INFORMATION DASHBOARD

San Bernardino County reported another four deaths and 130 coronavirus cases Thursday, May 7. COVID-19 has killed 108 and infected 2,562 county residents, according to the county’s online dashboard that tracks the pandemic. Here in the Morongo Basin the numbers are unchanged with 38 confirmed cases and three deaths. Joshua Tree with 15 cases and two deaths, Yucca Valley with 12 cases and one death, Morongo Valley with six and Twentynine Palms, five.

In the county of more than 2.1 million residents, 26,656 people have been tested for the disease, but only 9.6 percent were positive, according to the county’s data. Testing was up 2.5 percent since Wednesday.

The number of cases is doubling every 11.9 days.

  • Adelanto: 38 cases, 1 death
  • Angelus Oaks: 0 cases, 0 deaths
  • Apple Valley: 41 cases, 2 deaths
  • Barstow: 9 cases, 2 deaths
  • Big Bear City: 3 cases, 0 deaths
  • Big Bear Lake: 5 cases, 0 deaths
  • Bloomington: 36 cases, 1 death
  • Blue Jay: 0 cases, 0 deaths
  • Chino: 168 cases, 1 death
  • Chino Hills: 69 cases, 2 deaths
  • Colton: 101 cases, 10 deaths
  • Crestline: 10 cases, 1 death
  • Fontana: 310 cases, 9 deaths
  • Fort Irwin: 2 cases, 0 deaths
  • Grand Terrace: 15 cases, 1 death
  • Hesperia: 72 cases, 1 death
  • Highland: 78 cases, 3 deaths
  • Joshua Tree: 15 cases, 2 deaths
  • Landers: 0 cases, 0 deaths
  • Loma Linda: 45 cases, 0 deaths
  • Mentone: 16 cases, 0 deaths
  • Montclair: 39 cases, 3 deaths
  • Morongo Valley: 6 cases, 0 deaths
  • Oak Hills: 15 cases, 0 deaths
  • Ontario: 215 cases, 7 deaths
  • Piñon Hills: 0 cases, 0 deaths
  • Phelan: 9 cases, 0 deaths
  • Rancho Cucamonga: 133 cases, 5 deaths
  • Redlands: 144 cases, 12 deaths
  • Rialto: 125 cases, 4 deaths
  • Rimforest: 1 case, 0 deaths
  • Running Springs: 4 cases, 0 deaths
  • San Bernardino: 330 cases, 3 deaths
  • Twentynine Palms: 5 cases, 0 deaths
  • Upland: 100 cases, 9 deaths
  • Victorville: 106 cases, 6 deaths
  • Wrightwood: 1 case, 0 deaths
  • Yucaipa: 180 cases, 22 deaths
  • Yucca Valley: 12 cases, 1 death
  • Undetermined: 104 cases, 0 deaths

COUNTY UPDATES CORONAVIRUS DASHBOARD, 36 CONFIRMED CASES LOCALLY

COVID-19, has claimed four more lives and infected 101 more people in San Bernardino County, the public health department reported Wednesday (April 29). Eighty-nine people have died from the disease and 1,928 have tested positive. Here in the Morongo Basin there are 36 confirmed cases: Joshua Tree with 14 and the only two local deaths; Yucca Valley with 11; Twentynine Palms with five; Morongo Valley has five; and Landers with one.  

That is a 5.5 percent jump from Tuesday when 1,827 people were positive, according to the county’s online dashboard. The county has tested 19,499 people, of which 9.9 percent were positive for COVID-19. About 4.9% of the people who get the disease die, the data show. Fontana had 227 of those cases, while San Bernardino had 225 cases, Yucaipa had 175, Ontario had 137 and Rancho Cucamonga had 111.

Residents 50 to 59 years old have tested positive the most, representing 379 of the confirmed cases. However, the majority of those who have died—52—were older than 75. Cases are split almost evenly between men and women, but more men are dying from the disease, about 62.9 percent, compared to women at 37 percent. There are more cases among Latinos, about 59.1 percent, but more deaths among non-Latinos, at 52.8 percent, the data show.

CASES BY COMMUNITY
Adelanto: 25 cases, 0 deaths
Angelus Oaks: 1 case, 0 deaths
Apple Valley: 22 cases, 2 deaths
Barstow: 9 cases, 2 deaths
Big Bear City: 2 cases, 0 deaths
Big Bear Lake: 5 cases, 0 deaths
Bloomington: 24 cases, 1 death
Blue Jay: 3 cases, 0 deaths
Chino: 54 cases, 0 deaths
Chino Hills: 56 cases, 1 death
Colton: 63 cases, 7 deaths
Crestline: 5 cases, 1 death
Fontana: 227 cases, 5 deaths
Fort Irwin: 2 cases, 0 deaths
Grand Terrace: 14 cases, 1 death
Hesperia: 51 cases, 1 death
Highland: 63 cases, 3 deaths
Joshua Tree: 14 cases, 2 deaths
Landers: 1 case, 0 deaths
Loma Linda: 39 cases, 0 deaths
Mentone: 11 cases, 0 deaths
Montclair: 28 cases, 3 deaths
Morongo Valley: 5 cases, 0 deaths
Oak Hills: 11 cases, 0 deaths
Ontario: 137 cases, 5 deaths
Piñon Hills: 3 cases, 0 deaths
Phelan: 8 cases, 0 deaths
Rancho Cucamonga: 111 cases, 5 deaths
Redlands: 94 cases, 7 deaths
Rialto: 83 cases, 4 deaths
Rimforest: 1 case, 0 deaths
Running Springs: 2 cases, 0 deaths
San Bernardino: 225 cases, 4 deaths
Twentynine Palms: 5 cases, 0 deaths
Upland: 89 cases, 7 deaths
Victorville: 86 cases, 6 deaths
Wrightwood: 1 case, 0 deaths
Yucaipa: 175 cases, 21 deaths
Yucca Valley: 11 cases, 0 deaths
Undetermined: 162 cases, 1 death

COUNTY LAUNCHES BILLBOARD CAMPAIGN: “STAY HOME, STAY SAFE”

San Bernardino County has launched a series of billboard advertisements promoting the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” campaign. Managing editor Tami Roleff has more information…

The county has started the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” billboard campaign as a reminder to residents that staying home will help slow the spread of the virus. The billboards feature the county’s COVID-19 resources webpage, sbcovid19.com, and also highlights the slogan, “We’ll get through this together.” The billboards were donated by General Outdoor Advertising. However, unless you leave the Morongo Basin, you won’t see the billboards, as they are located in Rancho Cucamonga on the I-15 freeway between 4th Street and Foothill; in Fontana on the 1-10 between Etiwanda Avenue and Cherry; and on the 215 in San Bernardino south of the 2nd/5th Street exit.

MORONGO BASIN COVID-19 CONFIRMED CASES NOW 9; INCLUDES 2 ON BASE, 3 IN MORONGO VALLEY

Data from the County shows that as of Wednesday evening (April 8), there were 639 positive cases of COVID-19 in the county, up from 547 reported Tuesday. Twenty people have now died from the disease, an increase of three since the day before. In the Morongo Basin we have nine confirmed cases, two aboard the Twentynine Palms Marine Base, one in Joshua Tree, three in Yucca Valley and three in Morongo Valley. Yucaipa, which experienced an outbreak at a local skilled nursing facility, reached 100 cases. The city continues to have the most cases, followed by Fontana with 81, San Bernardino with 48 and Rancho Cucamonga with 46.

Of the 6,677 people tested for COVID-19 in the county, 9.6 percent had positive results, the county’s data show. Of those who tested positive, 51.6 percent are male, 48 percent are female and .3 percent were unknown.