Originally published by Corona PD’s Official Facebook Page
“Corona, CA – The Corona Police Department is committed to providing you with regular updates on the activities of our officers. Here is a summary of the incidents our dedicated law enforcement personnel responded to from Monday, June 5th, 7:00 am to Monday, June 12th, 7:00 am:
Calls for Service: Our officers diligently attended to a total of 2,190 incidents during this period. These included 96 alarm calls, 28 area checks, 138 disturbance calls, 165 property checks, and 53 welfare checks.
Arrests: We successfully apprehended 64 individuals involved in various offenses throughout the week. Our officers’ swift actions played a crucial role in maintaining public safety and holding those responsible accountable for their actions.
- On June 6th, at 5:05 pm, officers promptly responded to the 900 block of Pomona Road following a reported stabbing incident. Upon arrival, officers quickly located the suspect, identified as Martin Rodriguez Rosa, a 33-year-old resident of Perris. Rosa, who exhibited uncooperative behavior and even made threats towards the officers, was taken into custody with the assistance of a police K9. The victim received medical treatment at a local hospital.
- On June 8th, at 6:00 am, officers swiftly responded to a family disturbance in the 2100 block of Wembley Lane. The investigation revealed that Jose Celballos, a 27-year-old resident of Corona, had brandished a BB gun and inflicted significant damage by shooting out multiple windows. Celballos attempted to flee from officers but was apprehended shortly after. He now faces charges including criminal threats, vandalism, assault with a deadly weapon, and resisting arrest.
- On June 8th, at 10:00 am, detectives executed a search warrant in the 2200 block of Marysa Kathrin Street in connection with a suspected illegal marijuana grow. The assistance of FLEX officers and PACT officers was enlisted. Although no occupants were found inside the residence, authorities discovered a staggering 620 marijuana plants. Representatives from Southern California Edison, the Gas Company, the Corona Fire Department, and the Corona Building Department were summoned to the scene. It was determined that an estimated $95,000 worth of electricity had been stolen using a bypass method. The house was red-tagged, and a follow-up investigation is underway.
- On June 8th, at 5:04 pm, officers promptly responded to a theft in progress at WSS located at 1107 West Sixth Street. The suspect, later identified as Thomas Kanorr, a 24-year-old resident of Upland, had stolen multiple items of merchandise and fled the scene in a stolen vehicle. Our officers intercepted the suspect and successfully apprehended him. Kanorr now faces charges including theft, possession of a stolen vehicle, and possession of narcotics after methamphetamine was found in the vehicle. Additionally, there was an active warrant for the suspect’s arrest.
- On June 10th, at 5:33 pm, officers located a stolen vehicle at Eagle Glen Park located at 4100 Bennett Avenue. They attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver initiated a pursuit, endangering public safety by traveling on the wrong side of the road. For safety reasons, officers discontinued the pursuit. However, the Riverside Police Air1 helicopter continued to track the vehicle and observed a passenger, later identified as Angel Cisneros, a 32-year-old resident of Orange, exiting the vehicle near Main Street and the 91 Freeway. Cisneros was swiftly detained and arrested after narcotics were found in his possession.”