On Friday, January 24, 2014, a subject contacted a deputy from the Cabazon Station and advised she had located her stolen trailer on Craigslist. The victim arranged with the suspect, later identified as David Foster, (25-year-old resident of Cabazon), to meet at Foster’s residence in the 52000 block of Date Ave., Cabazon, to purchase her stolen trailer.
On Saturday, January 25, 2014, at approximately 9:15 A.M., deputies and investigators from the Cabazon Station contacted Foster and Kimberly Tierce, (42-year-old resident of Cabazon), at the residence. The victim’s stolen trailer was located in the driveway of the residence. The suspect was in the process of repainting the trailer at the time of recovery. The victim responded to the location and was able to recover several additional items that had been stolen with the trailer.
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While searching the property over 30 firearms and several cases of ammunition of various calibers were located in a shed. Most of the firearms located were dismantled, and some appeared to be antiques from the World War II era. A suspected explosive device was located in the residence; the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department’s Hazardous Device Team was called to the location. The device was determined to be a commercial grade flare and legal to possess. The remnants of a methamphetamine laboratory, a loaded rifle, and several pounds of marijuana were located in the residence, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Special Investigations Bureau responded to the location to process the scene, the investigation is continuing.
David Foster was arrested for 496(d) PC, Possession of Stolen Property, 29800(a)(1) PC, Felon with a Firearm, 182 PC, Conspiracy, and 1203.2(a) PC, Violation of Probation. Kimberly Tierce was arrested for 496(a) PC, Possession of Stolen Property and 182 PC, Conspiracy. Both subjects were booked at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility, additional charges will be filed at the completion of the investigation.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is committed to the safety of the community and will be vigilant in investigating all crimes of this nature. The investigation is ongoing and we are reaching out to the public and asking anyone with information about this incident or victims who have lost firearms, particularly rifles from the World War II era, to contact Investigator Lane at the Cabazon Sheriff’s Station at 951-922-7100 or the Riverside County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center (1-800-950-2444), or email the Cabazon Station at Station at CabazonStation@RiversideSheriff.org.
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