By Lillyann Racicot, Santa Ramona Valley Chronicles Investigative Reporter
It has been reported by an anonymous source that there was an incident in the Hospital earlier this month. A patient assaulted a nurse, first with a shove to the ground, then an assault with a blunt instrument.
The patient was screaming as a banshee to someone on the phone, which happened to be the patient’s child. The nurse tried to calm that person down, worried for the consequences of such a behaviour to the patient’s health, but also to keep the required silence in the hospital corridors.
The nurse is fine, although disturbed by the event. The patient, for which it seems that this episode is not an isolated event, has been restrained at the time after the nurse complained to the hospital administration.
By Neo Anderson, Santa Ramona Valley Chronicles staff reporter
Saturday morning in Santa Ramona Valley started like many others. The temperature was perfectly hovering in the lower 70s and the skies were dotted with a few fluffy clouds. Beachgoers were splashing in the ocean and puppies were straining at the ends of their leashes. Little did anyone know that High Street was about to become the resting place of two of the Feds Finest.
Discovered outside the residential entrance at 13 High Street, the building that houses That’s No Moon comics and café, two bodies were discovered in the driver and passenger seats of a vehicle parked on the street. The two victims, the identities of whom have yet to be released, are believed to be agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. At the time of this release, the Chronicle has received no comment from the Bureau as to what the agents were doing in Santa Ramona Valley at the time of the cold-blooded murder.
On July 4th the Santa Ramona Valley Parks and Recreation department held a firework display at the pier. ZigZag Surf Magazine Photographer, Chase Knight was a guest at the display and donated the attached photo to the Santa Ramona Valley Historical Society. This photo will be added to the society's collection
SANTA RAMONA SOCIAL SERVICES OPENS APPS
With the border sealed by the recent change in federal legislation, the Santa Ramona Valley Board of Social Services has for the first time ever, experienced a surplus in budget.
The increase in reserves being tauted as proof the Ultra Conservative political movement lead by President Trump works. The surplus has allowed the county to reinstate the $126 monthly stipend for unemployed adults. Each family receiving an additional $86.00 per child. Health Insurance and food stamps are also offered to qualified recipients. For more information visit the Social Services Office at: 7 Grove Avenue, Santa Ramona Valley, C...
In recent weeks several buildings in the area including both private and government property have been tagged with graffiti symbols from a low level crime organization known as Los Reyes. Police report the Los Reyes gang are merely some juveniles trying to imitate popular media cultures.Anyone having information on the individuals vandalizing the building should call the SVPD tip line at 1-800-Rat-OnMe.
Prostitution continues to rise with many illegal women turning to the streets as the President's immigration ban keeps the border crossings closed. The homeless women taking shelter around the bus station and pandering commuters has lead to an increase in transit security. Local Conservative party members blame the legalization of marijuana on the increase in prostitution. "Give a girl a fat blunt and she'll suck anything" Said Ms. Nancy Willey, Spokesperson for the Santa Ramona Valley's Republican party.
On July 6th at 10pm, a quadruple homicide was committed at the Lock and Load located in Downtown Santa Ramona. The bodies of Missy and Pat Carsigna, owners of the Lock and Load, were found at the crime scene. Two other bodies, were reportedly taken into custody by Santa Ramona Valley Police but have yet to be identified. Witnesses and SRPD officials are saying the murders are a result of a robbery gone bad. The Chronicle was live on the scene, catching photos of the crime scene and spoke with one (NPC) Maria Gualdalupe Ponte Deleon who reported hearing gunshots around closing time that evening. "I was just finishing my shift and got to the bus stop. Behind me I hear BOOm BOOM BOOM! I hide and say the rosary to Saint Julian. Patron Saint of Murderers because I know, someone murdering with that much boom boom." However, the Latino gang known as the 18th street gang, subset: Tiny Locos CLicka is taking credit for the shootings. An informant that spoke for the organization that considers t...
A very prominent physician in Santa Ramona is rumored to have an STD. An unidentified Latino man was heard speaking about it rather loudly at one of the July 4th events. The name of the woman was not released but rumor has it, she'd been seen on the arm of some of Santa Ramona's most prominent men.
Two prostitutes were seen entering Wolfe's Tavern on Saturday night. The Owner Stubbard McCaw was not available for questions but rumor has it Santa Ramona police are watching the establishment.
Ms. Nancy, the beloved ticket matron who has been collecting train fares for the Santa Ramona express was seen under the influence and in a compromising position with a Chinese Man and a duck. Rumor has it that both the man from China and the duck were wearing large grins when they entered their rail car.
The opinions expressed in this gossip column do not represent the opinions of the Santa Ramona Valley Chronicles.
July 2, 2017 - Newly Established business Grateful Meds, a Marijuana Dispensary, hosted a beach party at Santa Ramona's Nude Beach this weekend. Owner of Grateful Meds, Gage Dawson provided hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks to the adult-only party. Mr. Dawson provided various cannabis items ranging from smokable marijuana with chocolate strains to edible marijuana cookie. More than half the entire city joined the event causing major traffic delays on Pacific Ave. Grateful Meds is located at 45 Mission Blvd.. Their hours of operation are M-F 11am-7pm Saturdays and Sundays 2pm-2am.
HARE RAMA DEN FOR HARE CURRY OPENS
Where does a reader go when they need a really hot curry?
Why, Hare Rama's Den for a Hare Curry., of course!
To celebrate the opening of her new take out restaurant, the owner, Ms. Zoer Herriot, offered new customers a "The Boys from The Dwarf" trading card. The Boys from the Dwarf trading cards are a certified Trade Mark of Hare...
With California Marijuana laws still under heavy debate in the State Senate, last night's Beach Blast sponsored by Grateful Meds gave plenty of Anti-420'ers much to talk about. The recently established marijuana dispensary hosted a party on Santa Ramona's nude beach attracting a wave of criminal activity and crippling the city's holiday traffic flow.
Eye witness report a prostitution ring known as The Lemondrops were in attendance at the event and engaging in lewd acts on the public beach. The head of the ring is believed to be known as "Mary". Undisclosed sources say the Lemondrop ring may have international ties in the human sex trafficking industry. "And a bunch of them Mexicans" Said Ms. Bea Wells, NPC and President of the Santa Ramona Historical society said "And not the good ones who make your bed the right way. These were the evil type. Though one of them was going to eat Sausage, the dog."
Animal Rights Activist were also up in arms when a small dog known as Sausage was fed...
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