Woman Remains in Custody After Criminal Threats Charge, Convicted Felon Rearrested in Rancho Cucamonga
A judge has ruled to keep a Rancho Cucamonga woman in police custody without bail after she made criminal threats against neighbors, and the woman’s roommate is rearrested for felony probation when detectives find an additional firearm in their residence.
Susan Yuskiewicz of Rancho Cucamonga was out on bail with two open charges when she was arrested for threatening to shoot and kill her neighbors on January 16th.
She appeared in Rancho Superior Court to face her prior charges on Thursday, January 23. “On that date, the judge was made aware of her recent arrest,” according to the release. “She was remanded into custody in lieu of no bail.” She is scheduled to appear in court for all three cases on February 19.
Rancho Cucamonga police detectives served a search warrant at Yuskiewicz’ residence on Friday, January 24, “in an attempt to locate evidence and/or weapons she threatened to use in her recent incident on January 16,” according to the release. The house was meant to be firearm-free since the arrest of Yuskiewicz’ roommate, 34-year-old Alfred Jara, who was a convicted felon arrested for possession of a firearm on January 12.
The search yielded a .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun along with several rounds of ammunition. Jara, who was home at the time and on felony probation, “was rearrested… for violating the terms of his probation and for being a Felon in Possession of a Firearm,” according to the release.
He is currently being held without bail at West Valley Detention Center.