Juvenile Fentanyl Death

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Donald Wallace | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

On December 2, 2021, about 3:30 AM, Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station Deputies were dispatched to a call of a 2-month-old juvenile not breathing in the 17000 block of Crown Creek Cir., Riverside. Upon deputies’ arrival, it was determined the 2-month-old female juvenile was deceased. Through extensive investigation by investigators from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Overdose Death Investigations and Narcotics Unit (O.D.I.N.) and the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station, it was determined the 2-month-old juvenile was a victim of Fentanyl poisoning.

Donald Wallace | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

The investigation was worked tirelessly over the next several months and it was determined the victim’s father, Donald Wallace (32) from Riverside, was responsible for the Fentanyl that killed her. On February 24, 2022, Wallace was located and taken into custody without incident and booked for causing his infant daughters death. This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Master Investigator Peters at 951-955-1700. As a reminder, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department wants to remind citizens of the dangers of illicit narcotics many which may contain Fentanyl. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 100 times stronger than morphine and can cause death or serious bodily harm.

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Donald Wallace | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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PRE-TITLE: La Quinta

TITLE: Fentanyl Poisoning Arrest

BYLINE: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

STORY: On April 22, 2021, about 4:10 PM, Thermal Sheriff’s Station Deputies were dispatched to a call of an unresponsive male adult in the 53000 block of Troon Trail, city of La Quinta. Upon deputies’ arrival, it was determined a 35-year-old male adult was deceased. Through extensive investigation by investigators from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Overdose Death Investigations and Narcotics Unit (O.D.I.N.), it was determined the decedent, Gregory Glenn, was a victim of homicide due to a Fentanyl poisoning.

The investigation was worked tirelessly over the next several months and a suspect, Hector Cardona (40) from the city of Indio, was determined as being responsible for selling the Fentanyl that killed Glenn. On March 1, 2022, Cardona was located and taken into custody without incident and booked for causing Glenn’s death. This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Master Investigator Cornett at 951-955-1700. As a reminder, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department wants to remind citizens of the dangers of illicit narcotics many which may contain Fentanyl. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 100 times stronger than morphine and can cause death or serious bodily harm.

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Hector Cardona. | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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Donald Wallace | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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PRE-TITLE: Riverside County

TITLE: Fentanyl Sales Arrest

BYLINE: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

STORY:

In December of 2021, Amanda Listoe (31-year-old resident of Ontario) was arrested in the City of Eastvale for possession fentanyl pills for sales. After her release from custody, deputies assigned to the Eastvale Special Enforcement Team (SET) developed information that Listoe continued to sell fentanyl and other illegal narcotics throughout the cities of Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Norco, Riverside and Corona. Gustavo Chavez (32-year-old resident of Ontario) was identified as a co-conspirator engaged in the sales of fentanyl with Listoe. On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Eastvale SET deputies contacted Listoe and Chavez in the city of Norco. A subsequent search of their person and vehicle revealed a significant amount of fentanyl pills, methamphetamine and items indicative of the sales of controlled substances. Listoe and Chavez were arrested and booked at the Robert Presley Detention Center for illegal narcotic sales.

On March 3, 2022, deputies served a narcotics search warrant at Listoe and Chavez’ residence in the 3200 block of Yellowstone Drive, city of Ontario. Deputies located fentanyl pills, methamphetamine and items indicative of the sales of controlled substances. Listoe and Chavez were charged with additional charges related to narcotic sales while in custody.

Anyone with additional information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Deputy Schofield at the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station at 951-955-2600.

As a reminder, “Community Policing” involves partnerships between law enforcement and community members. Business owners and residents are encouraged to report criminal activity directly to law enforcement by calling Sheriff’s Dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or by calling 911 if the matter is an emergency.

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Amanda Listoe. | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

Gustavo Chavez. | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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Donald Wallace | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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PRE-TITLE: Lake Elsinore

TITLE: Homicide

BYLINE: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department STORY: On January 5, 2021, about 8:25 PM, Lake Elsinore Station Deputies were dispatched to a call of an unresponsive male adult in a vehicle in the 29000 block of Central Ave, city of Lake Elsinore. Upon deputies’ arrival, it was determined a 26-year-old male adult was deceased. Through extensive investigation by investigators from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Overdose Death Investigations and Narcotics Unit and the Lake Elsinore Station, it was determined the decedent, Gavin Battle, was a victim of homicide due to a Fentanyl poisoning. The investigation was continuously worked over the next several months and a suspect, Everardo Rodriguez (30) from the city of Lake Elsinore, was determined as being the suspect responsible for selling the Fentanyl that killed Battle.

On March 4, 2022, Rodriguez was located and taken into custody without incident and booked for Murder. This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Investigator Hollingsworth at 951-955-1700. As a reminder, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department wants to remind citizens of the dangers of illicit narcotics many which may contain Fentanyl. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 100 times stronger than morphine and can cause death or serious bodily harm.

Donald Wallace | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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Everardo Rodriguez. | Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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