Home News World Attempted Homicide

Attempted Homicide

On Sunday July 29, 2012, at approximately 2350 hours, police officers from the Desert Hot Springs Police Department received calls regarding shots fired in the area Ironwood Drive / El Cajon Drive.

As officers began checking the area they contacted two male adults who had suffered gunshot wounds. The victims were transported to Desert Regional Medical Center for treatment. Both subjects were treated for their injuries and released.

The suspect vehicle was described as a dark colored Chevrolet Impala. The Desert Hot Springs Police Department is asking anyone who possibly witnessed the above shooting to please call with the information.

The Desert Hot Springs Police Department would like to remind our citizens to report any suspicious activity immediately by calling “911” or calling our business line at (760) 329-2904 Ext. 330.

Anyone with any information regarding this crime should also contact the Desert Hot Springs Police Department and ask to speak with Detective Sandoval.

Dispatch Tel: (760) 329-2904

Must Read

MATTHEW BOURNE’S LEGENDARY BALLET SWAN LAKE RETURNS TO LA’S AHMANSON THEATRE

Opening nights in the theatre be they musicals, comedies, dramas, opera’s, or in this case, the world famous Tchaikovsky “Swan Lake” ballet, are always...

LOVE ACTUALLY LIVE, A SPARKLING MUSICAL GIFT FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Next to "It's a Wonderful Life," one of the most beloved Christmas big-screen films is "Love Actually," directed by Richard Curtis, that counts down...

NEW MUSICAL, LITTLE BLACK DRESS, CELEBRATES LIFE’S GREAT MOMENTS WITH LAUGHTER, TEARS, AND RAUNCH

By Lisa Lyons IMHO, "Little Black Dress" (aka LBD), is a show that is perfect for GNOs and...

PALM CANYON THEATRE STAGES A CROWD-PLEASING MUSICAL REVIVAL FOR THE HOLIDAYS

With the Holidays fast approaching Christmas-themed theatre productions abound practically everywhere.  Out here in Southern California’s desert paradise of Palm Springs even this world...

MUSINGS FROM THE 2019 NYC AMERICAN THEATRE CRITICS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE

I’ve noticed a trend lately in our ever-changing theatre scene that states in the playbill/programs that “This production will be performed without an intermission.”  It...
%d bloggers like this: