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VOL. 1, ISSUE 2 · MAR. 3 - 9 2010


Banning, Corona, Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Moreno Valley, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, Riverside, Temecula


Drunk Drivers. Sex Offenders. Bank Robbers. Dumb Crooks



Chelsea King,17 of Poway


Anthony McMahon, 39 of Norco Sodomy with Force & Violence

Eduardo Ravelo of FBI's Most Wanted Drugs, money

WANTED for Murder Elva Diaz

Riverside's Mos t Wanted Need your help!

Vanesa Mihajson, 18 of Palm Desert for Murder



Gary Terwilliger of Yucaipa Identity Theft & Fraud

Sherry Terwillig

of Yucaipa Identity Theft & Fraud


Cesar Aleman, of Corona Sodomy with Force

John Gomez of Canyon Lake Rape by Force

Don Delbrugge of Moreno Valley Rape by Force

All content in The Jail Report is deemed to be in the public domain. Information is compiled from public records for public consumption. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.


Did you know that over 15,000 people die every year in the United States as a result of "Drunk Driving" and more than a half a million are injured? On average someone is killed by a drunk driver every 45 minutes. Three out of every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash at some time in their lives. Other than Texas, more people are killed in California than any other state. Last year there were 1,463 "Drunk Driving" fatalities in California. Drunk Driving Deaths vs. War Casualties A shocking statistic that may give you another perspective.

Soliders Killed in WWI + WWII + Vietnam = 594,161 Drunk Driving Deaths since WWI = 1.7 Million Current War (3/03 to 12/09) = 4,287 Drunk Driving Deaths since 3/03 = 109,000

You Can Make A Difference "Drunk Driving" can be stopped. Make sure you have a designated driver. It is a fact "designated drivers" save more than 50,000 lives a year and spare many thousands more from being injured. Your designated driver can be a taxi. A cab is chepaer than the alternative. Look after your firends and family and you will save lives. Take their keys while they're preoccupied. They will think they have lost them and will have no choice but to accept another way home. Report Drunk Drivers -- If you see someone weaving, straddling the center line, driving slowly, tail gating, or forgetting to turn on their headlights, CALL 911. You may make the difference of someone living or dying.

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Rachel Elliot's car after it was hit by Elva Diaz, a Drunk Driver. Rachel was 18 when Diaz murdered her. See story on page 10

Research shows somone will drive drunk 87 times before they are ever arrested for their first

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MAR 3 - 9, 2010



Elva Diaz is a fugitive on the run from the law. She is wanted for the murder of Rachel Elliot. After she committed her crime, she was arrested and charged for Gross Vehicular Manslaughter as well as DUI and her license was suspended. Diaz's bail was set at $75,000, which she made immediately. After Diaz's initial booking, she was discovered to still be driving and was charged for driving without a license. The District Attorney has since charged Diaz with 2nd Degree Murder. When it was time to go to court, Diaz sipped out and is now on the run. Diaz's is 30 years old and was born April 4, 1979. She is Hispanic, 5'4", 150 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. At the time of the murder, she was living near the site of the crash in Corona with her boyfriend, Zachary Palumbo, a Detective with the Placentia Police Department. Thre is a Reward of $10,000.00 for information that leads to the capture and arrest of Diaz. The Jail Report is also offering an additional cash reward of $1,000.00 if Elva is captured and arrested by March 31, 2010. If you have any information that could help this case, please contact Kevin Beecham from the District Attorney's office at 951955-8705 or Gary Cupersmith with the Fugitive Unit at 951-955-2256 or email Gary at [email protected]

REWARD $11,000.00

Reward of $10,000.00 for information that leads to the capture and arrest of Diaz. The Jail Report is also offering an additonal cash reward of $1,000.00 if Diaz is captured and arrested by March 31, 2010.

4 people die each day in alcohol-related crashes in CA

Killed by a Drunk Driver

On February 21, 2008, Rachel Amaris Elliot was killed in Corona by Elva Diaz, a Drunk Driver. Rachel was a beautiful 18 year old college freshman from Fallbrook. She graduated with honors and was in college pursuing her dream of living in Southern California and becoming a forensic investigator. Rachel was caring, responsible, intelligent and talented. She was a devoted daughter, granddaughter, great-granddaughter, sister, niece, and a friend of many. Ironically, Rachel supported anti-drinking and driving as her own mother at the age of 18 was hit by a drunk driver. Rachel's mom had two friends died in her arms that day. Rachel was a lead participant in a high school DUI program called "Every 15 Minutes". Rachel's family appreciates donations to MADD, "Every 15 minutes", or Orland High's music department in her honor.

Rachel Elliot, 18 Killed in Corona

Everyday 86 people are injured in alcoholrelated traffic crashes in California


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