Hemet police searching for three teens

Nov 24, 2009 Full story: Press-Enterprise 131

Hemet police are looking for three 17-year-olds who have been missing for more than a week and whose disappearance they describe as suspicious.

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ema

Moreno Valley, CA

#1 Nov 26, 2009
i know felicia shes a slutt!!

Since: Mar 09

Perris, CA

#2 Nov 27, 2009
She is? She looks like one.

I wonder What happend to those 2 dudes though? I'm sure they were involved in some shadey things.
little digit

Calabasas, CA

#3 Nov 27, 2009
I'm wondeng why the neighbors didn't smell the flesh burning. burning bodies stink beyond heaven.
jolly

Nuevo, CA

#4 Nov 28, 2009
some chemicals were thrown on the body/bodies before the fire.
Local

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Nov 28, 2009
Why is everything so quiet about this case?
little digit

Calabasas, CA

#6 Nov 28, 2009
Local wrote:
Why is everything so quiet about this case?
because all the evidence isn't in yet. This town is out of control.
Local

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Nov 28, 2009
little digit wrote:
<quoted text>because all the evidence isn't in yet. This town is out of control.
I understand about the evidence, but nothing has been said about where the hell the parents have been since the 15th, the night of the bonfire.
jay

Coachella, CA

#8 Nov 29, 2009
we judge people without knowing who they are, yet we get angry when they do the same thing to us.

Since: Mar 09

Perris, CA

#9 Nov 29, 2009
I think the girl knows more then whats she's saying
Taxpayer

Santa Monica, CA

#10 Nov 29, 2009
Local:

There is obviously more to this story than has been reported, but do not rush to get bogus information. The facts will come out in due time, but until then, this is simply tragic, and there are some horrible people involved.
Taxpayer

Santa Monica, CA

#11 Nov 29, 2009
And all of the players involved were living at the expense of you and I. They were leaches of the welfare system and are now in Mexico hiding. Bye BYE to your worderful free money, Murderous Mexicans!
Brb

Calabasas, CA

#12 Nov 30, 2009
the hpd wont solve this case because when it comes to the tough case's its just too hard. just ask skip.. this is the perfect place to commit a crime because the police are incompetent and used to pulling over tweakers on bicycles for not having headlights not murder investigations

Since: Jul 09

La Crescenta, CA

#13 Nov 30, 2009
Such a wonderful display of tiny minds! There is an old adage, "If you can't think of something nice to say about somebody, keep your mouth shut!" Too bad that we all forget it from time to time.
bb409cm

El Paso, TX

#14 Nov 30, 2009
Wat if the police were involved. The neighbor said the boys told him they were runing from someone and the police were chasing them. Dont know this town but maybe the officers are fed with the out of control youth?! Also there were no supposed calls to 911 yet this boys who were beleived to have been pepper sprayed mentioned the police to the neighbor? Just another theory.....
Local

Los Angeles, CA

#15 Nov 30, 2009
Police find shell casing, bloody shoe at Hemet home
03:00 PM PST on Monday, November 30, 2009 UPDATE
http://www.pe.com/localnews/inland/stories/PE...
Brb

Calabasas, CA

#16 Nov 30, 2009
maybe i was too harsh on the HPD but there is a lot of unsolved crime here, now i am not blaming the officers,maybe its a lack of resources either way the stats dont lie. I am thinking they might nail this one though especially if they scare this girl into talking. I wish them luck on this nobody deserves to die
little digit

Calabasas, CA

#17 Nov 30, 2009
Brb wrote:
maybe i was too harsh on the HPD but there is a lot of unsolved crime here, now i am not blaming the officers,maybe its a lack of resources either way the stats dont lie. I am thinking they might nail this one though especially if they scare this girl into talking. I wish them luck on this nobody deserves to die
it's in the detecties hands now. they will wait for test results on the bones, items and dna on the shoe. they wont release statements about the case until they get a suspect. but I agree, too many unsolved crimes are a shame. why dont retired cops come in to help? I'm sure they would love to do some pro bono work. once a cop-always-a-cop!
The Real Hemet

Hemet, CA

#18 Dec 1, 2009
Brb wrote:
maybe i was too harsh on the HPD but there is a lot of unsolved crime here, now i am not blaming the officers,maybe its a lack of resources either way the stats dont lie. I am thinking they might nail this one though especially if they scare this girl into talking. I wish them luck on this nobody deserves to die
Harsh?? No just uneducated. Hemet PD boasts some of the highest closure rates in the entire state. In fact, they lead the entire County in average crime closure rates. In 2006 Hemet PD closed almost 70% of volient crime when only 30% of violent crimes were closed in San Jacinto. If you do want to educate yourself (remember stats don't lie) please go to:

http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/ucr.htm
Brb is a fool

Hemet, CA

#19 Dec 1, 2009
Brb wrote:
the hpd wont solve this case because when it comes to the tough case's its just too hard. just ask skip.. this is the perfect place to commit a crime because the police are incompetent and used to pulling over tweakers on bicycles for not having headlights not murder investigations
This is why they stop tweekers on bike you idiot:
PE today--
Bike, mail truck collide; 1 dead
A 38-year-old Hemet bicyclist has died of head injuries he suffered last night during a crash involving a U.S. Postal Service truck, according to Hemet police traffic investigators.

"They impacted in a head-on crash," Cpl. Dan Reinbolt said of the 5 p.m. wreck in a left-turn lane shared by traffic from both directions along Florida Avenue.
Real Stats

Hemet, CA

#20 Dec 1, 2009
The Real Hemet wrote:
<quoted text>
Harsh?? No just uneducated. Hemet PD boasts some of the highest closure rates in the entire state. In fact, they lead the entire County in average crime closure rates. In 2006 Hemet PD closed almost 70% of volient crime when only 30% of violent crimes were closed in San Jacinto. If you do want to educate yourself (remember stats don't lie) please go to:
http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/ucr.htm
Here is a better one and it covers 2007 crimes. Even after all the cuts Hemet PD still leads the pack! This site has all closure rates for agencies in the entire county.

http://stats.doj.ca.gov/cjsc_stats/prof07/33/...

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