Double Murder in Hemet
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Since: May 11

United States

#22 Oct 15, 2011
i dont think its because one specific race i think its lack of leadership and lack of sumone to lead by example. If they see drugs being used there going to use them if they see people in gangs their going to join them. we need more role models for the younger generation to look up too. Sometimes though its not there fault or there decision were they grow up sumtimes we also got to understand they grew up in that sort of enviornment and thats all they kno
its a crazy world now days and honestly what city is safe and quiet anymore hemet is getting bigger (slowly but surely)and with that we are attracting more people i like the diversity i just think we need more oppurtunitys (jobs better housing and nicer communitys etc.) for these "bad people" so they can be the role models the young generation need.
17farmer

Moreno Valley, CA

#23 Oct 15, 2011
Shygirluv wrote:
i dont think its because one specific race i think its lack of leadership and lack of sumone to lead by example. If they see drugs being used there going to use them if they see people in gangs their going to join them. we need more role models for the younger generation to look up too. Sometimes though its not there fault or there decision were they grow up sumtimes we also got to understand they grew up in that sort of enviornment and thats all they kno
its a crazy world now days and honestly what city is safe and quiet anymore hemet is getting bigger (slowly but surely)and with that we are attracting more people i like the diversity i just think we need more oppurtunitys (jobs better housing and nicer communitys etc.) for these "bad people" so they can be the role models the young generation need.
We need to get rid of section 8 housing.
George

Los Angeles, CA

#24 Nov 2, 2011
Made comments previously here. Several months later I see no changes for the better being made by our hemet city fathers. People I run into at random all complain about how difficult is to shop here in Hemet because of all the panhandlers, some semi aggressive asking for and demanding money from vulnerable older citizens. I stopped doing any serious shopping in this town long ago. Amazing how many cars bearing Gosch Automotive license plates I see parked in other shopping centers outside of Hemet such as Temecula, Murrietta, even Escondido and San Diego. Congratulations Hemet City council. One reader commented accurately that our city officials had actually deliberated about transforming that old eyesore called Albertson's on Florida into a rehab center for deadbeats. She correctly pointed out that would have been the final nail in Hemet's coffin. I would like to add these same morons pounded the first nail into Hemet's coffin when they deliberated amongst themselves to authorize not one but two Wal-Mart's. Mr. Dreyfuss had it right. J'Accuse Hemet's city council of misfeasance, malfeasance, and overall stupidity which has most likely been the only reason Hemet has been run into the ground and is, thx to them, now beginning to resemble Detroit.

Since: May 11

United States

#26 Nov 7, 2011
17farmer wrote:
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We need to get rid of section 8 housing.
true!!
bubuh

Perris, CA

#27 Aug 15, 2012
Concerned Citizen wrote:
David Peters is nuts! There are not enough police officers in Hemet. The assignments are not the problem.
you ran idiot. yes the assignments are the prblem
brian

Simi Valley, CA

#28 Aug 19, 2012
Blacks are the problem.. no more section 8!!!
rip dreamer 2010

United States

#29 Aug 21, 2012
Crimes gonna happen no matter where u live u can b a millionare and live in the most exspensive area theres always crime no point in working so hard to stop it because unfortanatly if your a parolee or made a past mistake...this fuked society gives no second chances and pass judgement...thats wut the problem is in this world theres no help for the poor so they do wut it takes to get wut they need selfish people cause others to rob steal and kill
scott

Simi Valley, CA

#30 Aug 22, 2012
we living in the last days, is thee end world.
generation xxx

Perris, CA

#31 Aug 25, 2012
Its time to rise up people
OhReally

San Bernardino, CA

#32 Aug 25, 2012
to thinkin', you'd better think again. And, Idyllwild has plenty of their own problems. I agree with most of what has been said in this forum. This is a place to start, and then let's get goin. To the parents, it's your job to teach your child work ethics--ya know lead by example. I think a lot of these problems can be traced back to parents-they're just as bad! This town has changed from being an agricultural community, to a bunch of lazy bums, unless you commute. There never have been many jobs here. Is this a surprise to anybody? My advice to parents is this, same as my mom told me, "If you haven't got nothing to do, get home, then you won't be getting into trouble". What they heck are people speeding around on the streets at 2:00 in the morning? Come on parents, I don't care how old your kids are, if they're misbehaving, rein them in. Then hopefully we won't have three dead girls wrapped around a tree.
Glow

Los Angeles, CA

#33 Nov 10, 2013
Thinking wrote:
I was wondering if there is any part of Hemet that is safe. I was looking to buy something near the school around Devonshire, Campus Way and Weston. Is that a good area or bad area?
I read something about a woman being found dead in that area in 2010...is that correct?
I don't want to relocate in an area that would be unsafe for my family. Any advice where to locate in Hemet?
Don't move to Hemet if you care about your families safety.

Since: Nov 13

San Jacinto, CA

#35 Nov 10, 2013
Thinking wrote:
I was wondering if there is any part of Hemet that is safe. I was looking to buy something near the school around Devonshire, Campus Way and Weston. Is that a good area or bad area?
I read something about a woman being found dead in that area in 2010...is that correct?
I don't want to relocate in an area that would be unsafe for my family. Any advice where to locate in Hemet?
That isn't such a great area either.I would definitely look into the crime rate of the different communities before choosing a spot. I'm sure it won't be easy finding a perfect spot.
What are we shygirluv

Los Angeles, CA

#36 Feb 2, 2015
17farmer wrote:
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We need to get rid of section 8 housing.
Lol that too I do agree with you
HARLAN STEINER luvs kids

Hemet, CA

#38 Feb 3, 2015
Concerned Citizen wrote:
David Peters is nuts! There are not enough police officers in Hemet. The assignments are not the problem.
so the ones assigned to writing tickets and creating revenue is far more important than crimes of murder? So speeders are bringing Hemet down? To serve and protect ? I tell you what when I go to the ATM I'm not watching for speeders to get me but all the felons committing the horrible crimes.. if assignments aren't the problem let's assign them all to traffic and see what happens..

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