Assault with a Deadly Weapon

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On August 15, 2021, at approximately 2:00 p.m., San Jacinto deputies responded to the 800 block of Minor Street, regarding an assault with a deadly weapon. Upon arriving, they located a 36-year-old resident of San Jacinto, suffering from life-threatening injuries. He was subsequently transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Hemet investigators responded to the scene and assumed the investigation. They learned the victim was standing in the parking lot of the location when he was assaulted with an unknown object. The suspect of the assault fled the scene and has not been located. The investigation is currently on-going and no further information will be released at this time. If anyone has information regarding this investigation, they are encouraged to contact Investigator Rhodes at the Hemet Station at 951-791-3400.

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