Wednesday, January 31, 2018

FEB 20 Northeast Area Commander



Join Lt. Vazquez for the Northeast Area Commander meeting on Tuesday, February 20th at 7:00pm at Lincoln Ave Church- 1547 Lincoln Ave.

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss issues specifically affecting the Northeast area of Pomona.

The Northeast quadrant consists of the area north of Holt Ave. and east of Garey Ave. For more information, please call Crime Prevention at 909-620-3696.


Pomona Police Department
490 W. Mission Blvd., Pomona

POMONA HOMICIDE SUSPECT ARRESTED


Since December 2, 2017, Pomona Police Department’s Homicide Detectives had been diligently investigating the Murder of Daniel Salcido that occurred in the 2400 Block of Manville.  Investigators had received several tips and discovered information over the last month leading to a name suspect.

On 1/29/18 at approximately 9:30 PM, Homicide Detectives and the Pomona Police Department’s SWAT team served a search warrant in the 10000 Block of 7th Ave in the City of Inglewood related to this homicide.  During the service of that warrant, Detectives were able to arrest suspect Christopher Kearney, 34- year-old, Inglewood resident who was present during the search warrant.  Evidence related to the murder was also recovered.

Suspect Christopher Kearney’s was arrested and transported to the Pomona City Jail where he was booked for 187 PC- Murder.  Today, Murder charges were filed with the LA County District Attorney’s office and the bail was set at 3 million dollars.  Suspect Christopher Kearney is potentially facing over 70 years to life in prison if convicted.   

ORIGINAL MEDIA RELEASE FROM 2017:
DATE/TIME:  Saturday, December 2, 2017/ 11:20 PM

LOCATION:  2400 Block of Manville Street

CRIME:  187 PC- Homicide

VICTIM:  Daniel Salcido, 25 years old, Pomona Resident

SUSPECT:  Unknown at the time

SUSPECT VEHICLE:  Unknown at this time

NARRATIVE:
On 12/2/17 at approximately 11:20 PM, the Pomona Police Department received multi calls of a shooting in the area of the 2400 Block of Manville in the City of Pomona.  Officers arrived on scene and found a male Hispanic victim in the middle of the street suffering from several gunshot wounds.  Officers immediately began CPR as LA County Fire Department arrived on scene.  LA County Fire Department was unable to revive the victim of his injuries as he was pronounced at scene.  Pomona Police Departments Major Crime Unit/Homicide was called to investigate.  Homicide Detectives are actively working leads.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Pomona Police Department at 909-620-2085.

If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call “Crime Stoppers” by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the “P3 Tips” Mobile APP on Google play or the Apple Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org.

Written by:
Sergeant Brian Hagerty
Pomona Police Department Homicide
909-620-2156
 

Police Support USA ‏at Back The Cops

"A young man came up to our truck today because he was getting ready for his high school prom and didn't know how to tie his tie. My heart was pretty full watching my partner step in to help him out. This is what it's all about!"

Pomona Public Library's Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash!!!




BBC Caligula with Mary Beard [HD]

Battleship New Jersey Quad 40 Restoration By The Mahan Collection

NOVA Petra: Lost City of Stone

We'll Meet Again Rescued From Mount St. Helens

Todays find


Today I found this brother P-touch, and it's brand new. So now I can go print labels on everything, OK where's Porky, Porky! come over here.
Nope he's not going for it.
But I guess, maybe they were talking on their cellphone, and put it on the fence (that's where I found it) and forgot about it. Hey who knows how it got there, but I do know, I have a cool little label printer.
Hey! Dee O Gee, come over here.

Pelosi Clashes With Bizarro CNN Chris Cuomo on Memo: You Really Don’t Know What You’re Talking About

OCT 21 Restoration Workshop




A day of speakers and demonstrations on maintenance and restoration of vintage homes. Keynote speaker from Spectra Company, award-winning in historic restoration, preservation & conservation.


Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 9:30 AM - 4 PM 
1894 N. Euclid Ave, Upland, CA 91784 SE corner Euclid & 19th


FEB 3 52nd Annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Gingerbread Sociable, Saturday at 1 PM - 3 PM



When you realize America is becoming great again and you can't stop it.


Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Burglary and Vandalism Investigation at Elementary School.


On January 28th, Pomona Police Officers investigated a Burglary and Vandalism incident at Madison Elementary School. Several classrooms were ransacked and numerous computer related items were taken. The exact cost to repair, clean up and replace the stolen items is unknown at this time until a full inventory can be completed.

Detectives and School Resource Officers are actively working the investigation following multiple leads. We take all incidents of theft seriously to include our partners at Pomona Unified School District where learning resources are critical to the success of Pomona students.

We are also simultaneously investigating a past Burglary incident at this same school which took place over the Holiday break last month. We have recovered some stolen property (iPads) from this particular incident and continue to follow the leads as they develop. No arrests have been made in these investigations as we continue to process evidence, review surveillance video and interview potential witnesses.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Pomona Police Department at (909) 620-2085.
If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call "CRIME STOPPERS" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the App or by using the website, www.lacrimestoppers.org.

DORITOS BLAZE vs. MTN DEW ICE | Super Bowl Commercial with Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman

JW Pres. Tom Fitton on DACA: Politicians Promote Amnesty...Americans Say 'Enforce the Rule of Law'

San Diego Historic Places The Best of SDHP

American Experience The Secret of Tuxedo Park

DOJ fires back at Chicago’s sanctuary city lawsuit

Grateful Dead - Uncle John's Band (Studio Version)

Would be nice if we could


 Would be nice if we could put up a mural like this the corner of Garey Ave. and E. Second St. The two gentlemen you see, are walking east, on Second St., crossing Garey Ave. The trolley car is traveling north on Garey Ave. And Orange Belt Emporium is right behind, the trolley.
Did you know that the trolley yard use to be, located down over on W. Second and Oak St. Now there is a recycling center there now. But if you go by there today, and look over into their back lot. Which runs along side Second St.. You can see a old wooden boxcar, that they use for storage. Can't say for sure, if it was part of the trolley yard, but it looks pretty historic just sitting there.

Pretty cool, right Porky!
Sure is Ren.
OK, now say goodbye Porky
Goodbye Porky
Why do I even bother, so long folks. 

Join us at the "Snow Ball"




Senior Winter Formal 80s themed dance today from 4-7 p.m. at Palomares Park Community Center! See flyer or call (909) 620-2324 for more information.

Pomona council meeting Jan. 22, in case you missed it


Monday, January 29, 2018

Will release of FISA memo shed light on McCabe resignation?

The History of the Television documentary

The History of Plumbing documentary

BREAKING: Press Secretary Sarah Sanders URGENT White House Press Briefing on McCabe FIRED from FBI

Andrew McCabe steps down as deputy FBI director

Homeland Security Is Preparing To ARREST Leaders of Sanctuary Cities

Stupid is, is what stupid does


Their day is coming, Hilary for Prison


I'm raising money for Scrappy Toys.


Click to Donate: https://www.gofundme.com/imagesofpomona-blogspot-com    

Corsair Flight Demo with Steve Hinton

Man serves breakfast to his pig on his bed

Sunday, January 28, 2018

MARS - A Traveler's Guide to the Planets | Full Documentary

National Geographic The Two Million Year Old Boy 2012

MÅ‚ody Indiana Jones: Pancerny

Dismantling the World's Largest Tower Crane

Purgatory (1999)

Porky's did you know? DINNER FORK DOOR LOCK

MYSTERIOUS MODERN PLACES IN EUROPE

Pomona T.V. News, What no mustard?



This morning, in downtown Pomona, their going to be filming a commercial.
I was told it's about Mayonnaise, they didn't say what brand, but that's what their doing



The street their doing filming on are from Garey Ave. going west on Third St. to White Ave.
Also there are a few DETOURS on west and east on Second St and one going South on Thomas St.

Pomona's Art Walk coming this Feb. 2nd Saturday at the da art gallery


Saturday, January 27, 2018

A WWII Russian prisoner of war remember the Americans who helped him survive

LAaRT Episode 219

Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour 2

Austin City Limits Herbie Hancock

My Senior Year -- Pomona High School 1956 by Gwen Robinson

Pomona's Historic School Brick Walls and a "Dog called Boot"

Pomona's Southside Historical Society, The History of Walter Knott in Pomona

La Casa Primera Adobe 1837 Update

Pomona Heritage




Mark your calendars...
Pomona Heritage Annual Dinner
has been scheduled!
February 24, 2018.
Come and meet people interested in Pomona!
Learn about the winners of the Grant Program!
Stay tuned for more information!

FAIRPLEX GRAND NATIONAL CAR SHOW , This weekend

JAN 27 2018 Grand National Roadster Show Day 2



Not an Official GNRS FB entry
Click for official information http://www.rodshows.com/gnrs/index.html

" Thank you for joining us in 2017. We are now working towards more spectacular shows in 2018. Please save the dates for the 69th Annual Grand National Roadster Show January 26th - 28th, 2018. Please check back for further information

The Grand National Roadster Show is now in its 69th year. Once known as the Oakland Roadster Show, it is the longest running indoor car show in the world! Produced at the Fairplex in Pomona for the 15th consecutive year.

Over 500 show vehicles will compete for awards inside the Fairplex buildings. Another 400-800 vehicles will join the event Saturday & Sunday for the 13th Ann...ual Grand Daddy Drive-In.

January 26-28, 2018
Held at:
Fairplex, Pomona
1101 West McKinley Ave.
Pomona, CA 91768

Map it on Google Maps

Show Times
Friday January 26, 2018 12:00 pm until 8:00 pm
Saturday January 27, 2018 10:00 am until 8:00 pm
Sunday January 28, 2018 10:00 am until 6:00 pm

Locations
Fairplex Buildings 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Redwood, Sycamore, Pepper, Elm, and Palm Avenues.

Ticket Prices
Cash Only
-General Admission (13 years and up) $25.00 each day
-Junior Admission (6-12 years) $10.00 each day
-5 & under - free

Discounts
Pre-Sale Discounted tickets will be available at O'Reilly Auto Parts Stores starting December 15, 2017. Discounted tickets only redeemable at Fairplex Main Blue Gate.
Adults $23.00 each day
Kids $8 each day

Parking
$10.00 Parking is at Gate 9 off of White Avenue.
No tram service. (subject to change)"

That’s supposed to be FBI


Thank you for your service!


Thursday, January 25, 2018

Secrets of the Dead Ultimate Tut

Pomona Collectors Street Faire This Sat. 8am-3pm

Pomona Police conducting "Know Your Limit" detail on Friday, January 26th, 2018



Know Your Limit
An Educational Approach to DUI Prevention

The Pomona Police Department will be conducting a “Know Your Limit” operation in Downtown Pomona and other areas in the City on Friday, January 26th, 2018.

This DUI education and awareness program is about helping people make a better choice to not drive under the influence. The effects of impaired driving can lead to serious injury or death and have severe financial penalties.  Pomona Police encourages everyone to designate a sober driver and make good choices.

Pomona Police officers will be in and around establishments that serve alcohol between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to initiate friendly and consensual conversation with patrons who are drinking and socializing.  Once officers explain the educational goal, volunteers will be offered the use of a professional PAS breathalyzer device to show what their Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) level is versus what they think it is.  The patron has the ability to, without consequence; provide a breath sample to determine his or her BAC. Many are surprised to see how quickly their BAC level is rising. Regardless of the results patrons are provided educational pamphlets that reinforce the dangers and risks of DUI driving.  No one is arrested regardless of the results.  This is meant to be a low key, positive interaction with businesses and patrons in our community. This program is intended to be high visibility and draw attention to the educational message.

Many DUI violations occur at or near the legal limit of .08% BAC. Frequently these violators are simply unaware of the way alcohol affects them and the rate at which the body metabolizes alcohol. The ability to educate the public in a social setting where they are consuming alcohol is a unique manner by which to drive home the message of “Know Your Limit.” The goal of the Know Your Limit program is not to validate a level of intoxication, but rather to educate the patron who may not realize they are nearing or even over the legal limit to drive.

In California, a first-time DUI conviction can result in up to 6 months imprisonment or 3-years probation, legal costs up to $10,000, suspension of a driver’s license for up six months, and vehicle impounded fees.  A special “police taxi” is used during each operation. It is marked as half police radio car and half yellow taxi cab marked with the theme “CHOOSE YOUR RIDE.”

Know Your Limit has become a very popular public relations tool and Pomona Police has embraced this opportunity to educate the public and keep the community safe.  In California, this deadly crime led to 914 deaths and over 24,000 serious injuries in 2014 because someone failed to designate a sober driver.  Nationally, the latest data shows over 10,000 were killed by an impaired driver. Over the course of the past three years, data shows DUI collisions have claimed 10 lives and resulted in 132 crashes harming 155 of our friends and neighbors in Pomona.

The Pomona Police Department has conducted 19 “Know Your Limit” operations since October 2016. Officers have administered over 230 breath tests, visited 102 bars/restaurants, and contacted over 1575 people.  We have received very positive feedback from citizens.

Drivers are encouraged to download the Designated Driver VIP, or “DDVIP,” free mobile app for Android or iPhone.  The DDVIP app helps find nearby bars and restaurants that feature free incentives for the designated sober driver, from free non-alcoholic drinks to free appetizers and more.  The feature-packed app even has social media tie-ins and even a tab for the non-DD to call Uber, Lyft or Curb.

Funding for Know Your Limit is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration who reminds everyone to be alert and ‘Report Drunk Drivers – Call 911’ immediately!


Prepared by Pomona Police Traffic Services Bureau

Save the Date! March 16, 2018.


Homicide Investigation: Police activity in the area of Garey & Willow. Please avoid the area. Reply with TIP


Pomona Police Dispatch received an emergency call at 11:52 am in reference to a Victim of a Stabbing in the 100 Block of West Willow St.. The suspect fled on foot prior to the arrival of the officers. First Responders arrived on scene within minutes and administered first aid. Unfortunately, the male adult victim succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

Please avoid this area for the next several hours.

Scrappy Toys at the da art gallery in downtown Pomona


Just dropped off my two pieces of art, for next months art show.
"The Box Car Toy Chest" and "The "Ptown Flyer".


Here is the info, for anyone who would like to enter, any of their art work.


Secrets of the Dead Scanning the Pyramids

Sanctuary city laws making Hispanics look like imbeciles: Mega TV anchor

JW President Tom Fitton: Sanctuary Cities Place EVERYONE At Risk

Scrappy Toys, "I create the toys, and the toys, create the smiles".


Looking good, I decided to put a smaller tire in front, to lower the front end. 

I've notice, when I give someone a Scrappy Toy. A smile comes to life, to the person or child, I give them to. The kids at the Da art gallery, will get a kick, out of these.


Every toy has a little bit of magic in them.
"I create the toys, and the toys, create the smiles".
Stick around, more smiles to come.
If you would like to purchase a smile, $3 each
Just leave a comment, if you like to purchase one.

'Hannity' exclusive: DOJ has begun recovering missing texts

McDonald’s, 1974.


Dogs are family This photo was taken during the November 2011 flood in Thailand.


Monday, January 22, 2018

JW Pres. Tom Fitton Speech: The Clinton Scandals--from Emails to Benghazi to the Trump Dossier

A word from Porky



Hello everyone, Ren and I would like you to know, that there will be filming done on Jan. 27th. 
Just one day, the time will be at 7am to 10pm.
Their filming a SUNKIST commercial and there will be no parking on Fri.26th - 27th from 269 N. Park Ave. to Mi Mercadito.
Sorry about the way the notice looks, I stuffed in my pocket, Ren told me, next time fold it neatly, then put it in your pocket.
That Ren, he's pretty smart for his age lol, bye everyone! 


MOST Unusual Sea Creatures Ever

The dA Center for the Arts




New dA FB cover is a Simply Red 2018 entry by Pomona Native and Diamond Bar resident, Cheri Pedemonte Are you going to join her for the love of art ?

The Obama Administration's 'Brazen Plot To Exonerate Hillary Clinton' Starting To Seep Out

Sunday, January 21, 2018

That Time a Guy Parachuted Onto Devils Tower and No One Could Figure Out How to Get Him down

Todays find and Porky is getting sleeper, No I'm not!!



Every once in a while, someone or some people, leave out some food, for anyone who might need it. So today there was this case of BEEF STEW, that once again, someone was cool enough to drop off these here packs, of BEEF STEW. There was a case of 30 or so of these packs inside the box. So I took three, for later in the week, date Aug. of 2019, plenty of time.
Bad thing about this, the sodium is 470, hmm, maybe I should think about this first.
Don't worry, Dee O Gee and I will take of them.
Yeah I bet you will.


Ok for the next find, these here very small clothespins. Now what the heck would someone use these for. Sitting here looking at these things, and I can't figure them out. You can't use them to hang anything. Or maybe you can hang them from something, like nose hairs (Porky's ideal).
Ok Porky, come here lets try them on you.
No way Ren!
OK Porky, I'll wait till your sleeping, then I'll clip them on.
I wont sleep!
Porky, your getting sleepy, your eye lids are soo heavy, sleeper and sleeper your getting.
Stop it!!