Kern Valley Sheriff’s Arrest Report for the week of 6/8/19 – 6/12/19

* * This report is being released by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office and is distributed for print. If you have questions, concerns or comments regarding this report, please contact Kern County Sheriff’s Office directly at (760) 549-2100 * * Lake Isabella, CA – On 6/8/19, deputies arrested Adriana Valencia (24) in the 2700 block … Read moreKern Valley Sheriff’s Arrest Report for the week of 6/8/19 – 6/12/19

Kern Valley Sheriff’s Arrest Report for the week of 5/25/19 – 5/30/19

* * This report is being released by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office and is distributed for print. If you have questions, concerns or comments regarding this report, please contact Kern County Sheriff’s Office directly at (760) 549-2100 * * Lake Isabella, CA – On 5/25/19, deputies arrested Shannon Battersby (29) in the 10 block … Read moreKern Valley Sheriff’s Arrest Report for the week of 5/25/19 – 5/30/19

Outreach for Project Proposals and Federal Advisory Committee Members

Kernville, CA – The Sequoia National Forest, Kern and Tulare counties Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is seeking applications for projects that would enhance forest ecosystems or restore and improve land health and water quality on the Sequoia National Forest and other nearby lands. The RAC will recommend projects for funding in Kern and Tulare counties, … Read moreOutreach for Project Proposals and Federal Advisory Committee Members

Reducing Hazardous Fuels with Prescribed Burning

Springville, CA – Sequoia National Forest personnel on the Western Divide Ranger District are preparing to implement prescribed burns on National Forest System lands. Piles are scattered between 3,000 – 7,800 feet elevation across the district. Prescribed fires are an essential tool for restoring forest health in a fire-adapted ecosystem. Fire is a natural and … Read moreReducing Hazardous Fuels with Prescribed Burning

Kern Valley Sheriff’s Arrest Report for the week of 5/5/19 – 5/21/19

* * This report is being released by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office and is distributed for print. If you have questions, concerns or comments regarding this report, please contact Kern County Sheriff’s Office directly at (760) 549-2100 * * Lake Isabella, CA – On 5/4/19, deputies arrested Rosa Marez (65) in the 2000 block … Read moreKern Valley Sheriff’s Arrest Report for the week of 5/5/19 – 5/21/19

Forest Service Issues Temporary Public Access Closure to the Tule River

Porterville, CA – Sequoia National Forest Acting Supervisor Rachel Smith has issued a temporary closure to the public’s access of the Tule River in concurrence with Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux. This year’s record level snowpack and warming temperatures have resulted in swift cold water flowing in the Tule River, posing a higher risk to … Read moreForest Service Issues Temporary Public Access Closure to the Tule River

Man Arrested for Arranging Meeting with a Minor for Lewd Purposes

Bakersfield, CA – Detectives from the Kern County Sheriff’s Office, on May 7th, learned that Oscar Raul Maguregui Jr (52) befriended a minor on Instagram, using the username, CALIFASSUN. Through social media messaging and conversation, Oscar Maguregui Jr expressed a desire to engage in sexually explicit acts with the minor. Detectives contacted Oscar Maguregui Jr … Read moreMan Arrested for Arranging Meeting with a Minor for Lewd Purposes

Sequoia National Forest Roads, Campgrounds and Trails Update

Porterville, CA – This winter spread an amazing amount of snow on the Sequoia National Forest. Across the forest, snow is deeper and wetter; and eager campers are wondering when their favorite campgrounds and roads will open for public use. Visitors should expect wetter-than-average recreation sites, to include roads and trails across much of the … Read moreSequoia National Forest Roads, Campgrounds and Trails Update

Forest Service Delays Reopening Black Gulch South Dispersed Camping Area

Kernville, CA – The Kern River District of the Sequoia National Forest will continue the seasonal closure for the Black Gulch South dispersed camping area on the Lower Kern River for the foreseeable future. Typically open from May to September, Black Gulch South is a popular and heavily used area. The District realizes this extended … Read moreForest Service Delays Reopening Black Gulch South Dispersed Camping Area

Kern County Sheriff’s Office Requesting Assistance in Locating Warrant Suspect

Bakersfield, CA – The Kern County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the assistance of the community in locating a wanted subject. 28-year-old Jose Carlos Soto of Bakersfield has an active bench warrant charging him with violating the terms of his Post Release Supervision. Anyone with information regarding Soto’s location is urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office … Read moreKern County Sheriff’s Office Requesting Assistance in Locating Warrant Suspect

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