Sheriff’s reports: Residents in Black Canyon area report gunshot sounds; source undetermined

After receiving calls around 8:30 p.m. Sunday of gunshot sounds in the Black Canyon Road and Pile Street area, the sheriff’s Ramona deputies and an ASTREA helicopter responded but were unable to locate the source of the sounds, said Lt. James Bovet.

“A lot of people were reporting what sounded like machine gun fire,” he said.

“Multiple people called in that live in that area,” he added.

Bovet said the search continued for over 30 minutes. He noted that sound travels through the valley so it can be difficult  to determine where the sound is originating.

Among reports filed at the Ramona station:

Sunday, June 9

•Male, 20, arrested, Main Street and South Kalbaugh, suspected of possessing controlled substance and possessing one ounce or less of marijuana while driving.

Saturday, June 8

•Hot prowl burglary, 15500 block of Indian Head Court. Male, 36, arrested, suspected of burglary and use/under influence of controlled substance.

•Fraud, 26500 block of Tranquilty Lane.

•Grand theft, occurred June 4-8, 25800 block of State Route 78. Lawn mowers, horse tack and other items, valued about $34,000.

•Male, 28, arrested, 600 block of 14th Street, suspected of spousal/cohabitant abuse with serious injury.

•Battery with serious bodily injury to male, 18, 800 block of Main Street.

Friday, June 7

•Male, 27, arrested, 1700  block of La Brea Street, suspected of personating to make another liable.

•Male, 29, arrested, 1000 block of Main Street, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance and possessing unlawful paraphernalia. Male, 37, arrested, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance.

•Male, 23, arrested, 100 block of Carlin Street, suspected of spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury, manufacture/sale/possession/etc. leaded cane/billy/etc., vandalism, use/under influence of controlled substance, contempt of court/disobey court order, and felony bench warrant.

•Petty theft, 1500 block of Hanson Lane. Bicycle valued at $275.

•Male, 21, arrested, 1400 block of San Vicente Road, suspected of contributing to delinquency of minor and failure to prevent alcohol consumption by minor. Juvenile arrested for obstructing/resisting executive officer with minor injury.

Thursday, June 6

•Male, 36, arrested, 16000 block Wikiup Road, suspected of residential burglary, vehicle theft/recovery, and use/under the influence of controlled substance.

•Male, 18, arrested, 25000 block of Starlight Mountain Road, suspected of vandalism to vehicle.

•Female, 26, arrested, Rowley  Avenue, suspected of sexual penetration with force/fear/etc., 100 block of 14th Street.

•Get credit, occurred June 1-2, 17700 block of State Route 67.

•Get credit, 500 block of Main Street.

•Male, 22, arrested, 1500 block of Arlen Way, suspected of drunk in public.

Wednesday, June 5

•Burglary, 16000 block of Wikiup Road. Vehicle valued at $25,000 recovered.

•Female, 29, arrested, G Street, suspected of possessing narcotic controlled substance, use/under influence of controlled substance, and possessing unlawful paraphernalia. Male, 26, arrested, suspected of use/under the influence of controlled substance.

•Male, 46, arrested, 100 block of Ramona Street, suspected of willful cruelty to child without injury or death, possessing controlled substance, use/under influence of controlled substance, violate court order to prevent domestic violence with physical injury, and commit felony.

Tuesday, June 4

•Two juveniles arrested, suspected of battery on person, 1600 block of Montecito Road.

Monday, June 3

•Burglary, Head Start, 400 block of Eighth Street, tricycle valued at $1,050.

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