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Homicide Investigation / #1910C-0971

On October 4, 2019, at approximately 2315 hours, Cathedral City Police Dispatch received multiple 911 telephone calls reporting gunshots in the 32500 Block of Navajo Trail, Cathedral City. More calls to the police were received at 2316 reporting a shooting incident at that location.  Cathedral City Police responded to the area (arriving at 2320 hours) and found two adult males on a residential sidewalk, suffering from an unknown number of gunshot wounds.  Cathedral City Fire Department Paramedics responded to assist, began emergency-medical treatment and transported both shooting victims to Desert Regional Medical Center (DRMC).  Unfortunately, one of the victims has succumbed to his injuries at the hospital and has been pronounced deceased.  That victim has been positively identified as Jaime Antonio Monjaraz, 23, of Desert Hot Springs, CA.

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Vehicle Pursuit and Self-inflicted Gunshot / #1908C-0183

On 8/1/19 at 5:51 PM, CCPD Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 68400 block of Espada Road regarding a despondent male possibly threatening suicide.  Officers arrived and contacted family members of a 58-year old Cathedral City resident. The male was not at location.  The family was concerned about their relative, who left the residence with a firearm.  The family was concerned about his emotional state and felt he may be a danger to himself.  A short time later, officers located the male driving his pick-up truck in the residential area. 

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Fatal Collision / #1905C-6929

On 5/31/19 at 0204 hours, CCPD Officers were dispatched to a single vehicle collision at Vista Chino and Landau Blvd.  Upon arrival officers discovered a 2019 Toyota Supra collided into the southeast traffic signal pole, causing significant damage to the front and driver’s side of the vehicle.  CCFD Paramedics were dispatched to the collision, however, the male driver, Isaac Gallardo, 19 years old from Cathedral City was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The passenger, a 20-year old female from Cathedral City was transported to the hospital where she was treated and later released. CCPD traffic investigators are completing their investigation which has revealed the driver was eastbound on Vista Chino and collided with a large traffic signal pole at the south/east portion of the intersection. 

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Press Release CCHS 1903c-0528

On the afternoon of 3-3-19, Cathedral City Police Department was notified about a social-media post involving a possible threat / potential incident at the Cathedral City High School.  Following the protocols outlined in the Riverside County School Threat Assessment and Response, officers immediately began to investigate the threat.  With the assistance of PSUSD Security, officers identified the student at the center of the “threat”, and after a search of the family’s house no evidence was found to support the student made any credible threats toward the school.  The student and family were both cooperative during the investigation.

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Medial Release / Adult arrested for selling alcohol to minors

The Cathedral City Police Department Special Operation Section along with agents from California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) have arrested an adult female for selling alcohol to a minor on February 27, 2019. The actions were the result of a minor decoy operation in which minors under the direct supervision of department agents, attempted to purchase alcohol from several retail licensees in the City of Cathedral

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Press Release – CCPD Gun Buyback

The Cathedral City Police Department has organized a “Gun Buyback Program” for December 2018.  The Cathedral City Gun Buyback Program will reward the voluntary surrender of firearms, while engaging our community towards a common goal of reducing gun violence. It is an anonymous process in which individuals can surrender their weapons, no questions asked.

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