Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Area Commander Meeting: Northeast Area

From WebWatch:

"The Pomona Police Department invites residents to join us at the next Area Commander Meeting. The meeting for the month of October will cover the Northeast area of the city, however, ALL residents are encouraged to attend. The meeting will be on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at Montvue Elementary School located at 1440 San Bernardino Ave between 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Come and see what is going on in your city and meet your Area Commander."

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Blood Drive

City of Pomona Blood Drive

Wednesday, August 3
9AM - 3PM
Held on the Bloodmobile at 505 S. Garey Avenue

All participants will receive a coupon for a box of chocolate covered fruit from Edible Arrangements, 2 complimentary VIP tickets to the Laugh Factory, plus a voucher for 2 tickets for a Chivas Soccer game.

To sign-up, please go to and enter sponsor code: cityofpom

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Be on the Look Out

We received the following information at a recent Neighborhood Watch meeting:

On 6/26/11 at approximately 8:38 PM, an unidentified male grabbed a female victim by the arm and pulled her into the laundry room located on the south side of the apartment complex at 850 E. Kingsley Avenue. The perpetrator began to kiss and fondle the victim against her will. The suspect is described as follows:

- Male
- Hispanic
- Approximately 5'6" tall, 130 pounds
- Short black hair
- Brown eyes
- Red bumps/acne scars on face
- Approximately 18 years of age
- Known as "Andy;" also known as "West"
- Known to sell H&S in the apartments within the area [Note from Pride: I don't know what H&S means -- do you?]
- May reside off of Madeleine or Alvarado
- 5 - 6 inch scar on right forearm

Please contact Detective Roger Iwig with any information. His contact information is as follows:

Desk: 909-802-7429
Cell: 909-841-9321

Refer to case number 11-070203

Monday, July 25, 2011

National Night Out: Tuesday, August 2

Join your neighbors at the 28th annual National Night Out event! National Night Out celebrates partnerships between residents and the police.

Pomona's National Night Out event will take place on Tuesday, August 2nd from 5PM - 8PM in front of the Pomona Public Library (400 Civic Center Plaza).

Bring the family, your friends, and your neighbors. Everyone is welcome. There will be food, games, crafts, raffles, vendor tables, and demonstrations.

Contact the Crime Prevention Unit for additional information: 909-620-2318.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

WTF? (It's not what you think.)

On June 30th the post office was slated to send out over 5,100 copies of a glossy flier containing tidbits of Neighborhood Watch success stories. The flier was to be distributed to all residential addresses north of 1st Street and east of San Antonio. A lovely business card size magnet printed with important phone numbers was adhered to each flier.

Alas, I haven't received a flier. None of my neighbors have received a flier either. WTF? Where's The Flier? Have you seen it? I'm curious to know if ANYONE has received this flier. Please post a quick comment if you received the flier. It should have arrived in mailboxes around July 5th or 6th.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Area Commander Meeting

The Pomona Police Department invites residents to join them at the next Area Commander Meeting. The meeting for the month of July will cover the Southeast area of the city, however, ALL residents are encouraged to attend.

The meeting will be on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at the Washington Park Community Center located at 865 E. Grand Avenue between

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

Come and see what is going on in your city and meet your Area Commander.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Library's wish list on Amazon

I just saw this little notice on the last page of the "summer fun" catalog, which is posted on the Parks & Rec webpage. I thought, "What a cool idea -- a simple and direct way to support our library!" BUT, near as I can tell, only two of the books that remain on the wish list are actually for sale. Bummer. Perhaps the library peeps can let us know when the wishlist is updated with more books so we can make a contribution.

Support the Pomona Public Library through purchases. The library has created wish lists for children's, teen and adult books. Amazon donations are sent directly to the library, with each book receiving a bookplate in recognition of the donor. Current wish lists can be found by typing in "Pomona Public Library" in the wish list field of For information on the Amazon wish list and library book adoption programs, call (909) 620-2043 x2706.