Assault with a Deadly Weapon


On Tuesday, October 5th, 2021, San Jacinto deputies responded to the 800 block of Main Street, in the city of San Jacinto, regarding a shooting. When deputies arrived in the area, a victim with non-life-threatening wounds was located in the area of 7th Street and San Jacinto Avenue. Cal-Fire paramedics were summoned to the location and transported him to a local hospital. At the original scene, deputies located several bullet casings and damage to a vehicle.

Several witnesses in the area were contacted and interviewed. Investigators with the Hemet Sheriff’s Station responded to the scene and assumed the investigation.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact Investigator Jess Vasquez at the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department – Hemet Station by calling (951) 791-3400.

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