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Closing a couple of cases

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Our friends at the Coroners Office are trying to locate relatives and help in identification in a couple of sad cases. We hope you can help them out here.

 

REQUEST FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE: Coroner Case 701207911–The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-Coroner Division is asking for public assistance. On 11/11/2012, Claudia Catherine Jenkins, a 65 year old white female died of natural causes at Valley Healthcare. She did not list anyone as her next of kin. She had also used the name of Catherine Jenkins. At one point, Jenkins had been a resident of Nevada, Texas, and lived in Needles, California. Anyone with information as to her family is urged to contact the Coroner’s Division 909-387-2978. [11132012 1629 SY]

REQUEST FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE: Coroner Case 701207951–The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-Coroner Division is asking for public assistance on the identification of a White female adult, approximately in her 30’s, and approximately 66 inches in height, and 185 pounds in weight, who was found decease in the 1100 block of east Highland Ave. in the city of San Bernardino. The body was found the morning of November 13th, 2012. The female was found wearing black jeans, black sleeveless shirt, black and white slipper boots, and tan and black striped knit gloves. There is a tattoo on the right ankle consisting of blue, red, yellow, triangles completing a band around the ankle. A photograph of the tattoo is available. The San Bernardino Police Department is investigating this death and can be reached at 909-384-5742. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-Coroner Division can be reached at 909-387-2978. [11132012 1558 SY]

 

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The Public Affairs Division consists of specialized units, Media Liaison, Community Liaison, Labor/Industrial Relations, Operation CleanSWEEP, Crime-Free Multi-Housing, Juvenile Intervention Program and Special Projects. The division serves as a departmental representative by fostering relationships between the organization and the communities. Division staff works closely with media sources, citizen groups, labor units, residents, schools, apartment managers, property owners and the faith community to facilitate the flow of information between the Sheriff's Department and the citizens they serve. The relationship provides a key point of contact for community policing initiatives and problem solving. By working cooperatively with members of the community, the division is committed to making San Bernardino County a safer place to live and work. . Some of the folks we need to recognize at the Public Affairs Office that help get the stories out are, "Arden Wiltshire" (awiltshire(at)sbcsd.org), "Cynthia, Beavers" (cbeavers(at)sbcsd.org), and "Jodi Miller" (jmiller(at)sbcsd.org) Locally we might get stories written by Corporal Rick Millard, Captain Don Miller and others.

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