Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a Victorville woman who didn’t show up today in court for allegedly dropping her four-month-old son on his head repeatedly. Deputies responded to a call Saturday night of a child being dropped, and found 29-year-old Tanya Plessinger lying unresponsive next to a crying baby. Neighbors said they saw Plessinger pick up the child by his feet and drop him several times before the deputies arrived.
Police in Chino are on the hunt for a violent serial burglar who has tried to break in to at least 8 homes over the last 5 weeks. In two of those cases, he was confronted by women and became violent.
Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call the Chino PD or 911.
Nora Ephron, the screenwriter behind some of Hollywood’s most memorable romantic comedies, has died after battling leukemia. She was 71. Ephron wrote the scripts for Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally.
The Auto Club says over three-million Southern Californians plan to travel during the Fourth of July weekend. That’s a five-point-two-percent increase over last year’s Independence Day weekend. Triple A says 78-percent of those who travel during the Fourth will be driving. San Diego and Las Vegas are the most popular destinations.
College football is getting a four team playoff starting in 2014. Semifinal opponents will meet at existing bowls, with the national championship game to be awarded to the highest bidding city.
A new theatrical production based on the music of the Beach Boys opens tonight in Las Vegas. “Surf The Musical” tells the story of a Southern California musician who returns to his beachfront hometown after his attempts to become a rock star fail.
June 27, 2012 at 5:47 am | Local News | No comment