El Centro, California - This morning, just after midnight, El Centro Police patrol officers were dispatched to the area of 1200 Adams regarding a female who had possibly been stabbed. Units arrived in the area and were unable to locate the female victim. Officers conducted additional follow up and drove to the Emergency Room at El Centro Regional Medical Center to see if a victim could be located. When an officer arrived at the ER, a cab also arrived with a female later identified as a 22 year old transient from El Centro, and was a victim of a stabbing. 

El Centro, California - Last night, at approximately 10:00PM, Officers were dispatched to the 1600 Block of Adams in reference to a vehicle which collided with a bicyclist.  The vehicle was traveling west in the number one, far left lane, of  Adams Avenue.  The bicyclist was traveling east on the north side of Adams and rode off the curb and entered the roadway into oncoming traffic.

Imperial, California - Wednesday, at approximately 11:19 a.m., Imperial County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Imperial Valley College (IVC) in reference to a subject making online threats to harm IVC students and staff. Deputies received information that the suspect sent text messages containing photos of the campus and several firearms.

El Centro, California - Monday, the El Centro Police Department received several phone calls of a male subject at the IV Mall causing a disturbance. The subject was making threats toward customers and employees that he was going to “shoot up” the Mall. A reporting party said the subject had something in his hands but they were not sure what it was.  Officers responded to the area of the IV Mall and began searching for the subject based on descriptions provided by witnesses.

Brawley, California - Friday afternoon, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia and AT&T will present the Brown Bag Coalition, Spread the Love Charity, and House of Bread Ministries with $1,000 grants as part of AT&T’s “Investing in California” nonprofit awards initiative.

Imperial, California - A chain of West Coast restaurants has announced that it will pay a lucky aficionado of crispy bacon $1,000 for a day of non-stop taste-testing, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens.