LA County Welfare Fraud Tip Leads to Reward

Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National Crime Hotline has aided Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services in the fight against welfare fraud.  Caller # 621721 reported a recipient was fraudulently receiving welfare benefits.  After investigating, the information reported to WeTip resulted in the suspect signing a repayment agreement.  The combined loss to be repaid was over $17,000.   Thanks to caller 621721 taking the time to call WeTip, the suspect will no longer continue to receive assistance she was not eligible for.

Caller 621721 may now contact WeTip to arrange for the pickup of their $100 reward payment.

For over three decades WeTip has provided ANONYMOUS Welfare Fraud tips to Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services to help supplement welfare fraud related investigations.  Since 1998, over 100,000 anonymous welfare fraud tips have aided the county in saving tax payers over $18,000,000 in fraudulent payments.  As a result, over 500 rewards have been paid.

Reward Payment Notification

Los Angeles County, CA….  Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National Crime Hotline has aided Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services in the fight against welfare fraud. Callers # 630104, 638007, 654259, 656240, 656294, 657164, 657471, 659356, and 662516 reported welfare fraud. After investigating, the information reported to WeTip resulted in positive fraudulent findings. Thanks to the anonymous callers taking the time to call WeTip, the suspects will no longer continue to receive assistance they were not eligible for.

The callers may now contact WeTip to arrange for the anonymous facilitation of their $100 reward payment.
For over three decades WeTip has provided ANONYMOUS Welfare Fraud tips to Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services to help supplement welfare fraud related investigations. Over 18,000 cases are investigated annually and nearly 500 cases are sent to the District Attorney for potential prosecution each year. In 2019, anonymous welfare fraud tips have aided the County in saving tax payers over $4 million in fraudulent over payments.
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Help Stop Soledad City Graffiti

Soledad, CA… Since March 19th 2020, The Soledad Police Department has responded to numerous locations throughout the City of Soledad regarding graffiti vandalism to city parks, mailboxes, sound walls, stop signs, public restrooms etc… In all cases, the suspect has spray painted the letters, “LSD” accompanied by a unique symbol (attached photo) throughout town in various colors causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. During one of the incidents, a witness was able to describe an individual seen vandalizing city property as follows:

Light complected Hispanic male adult or white male adult, approximately late teens to early 20’s, approximately 5’10”, thin build wearing all black clothing (hoodie, pants, shoes, hat)

Suspect vehicle was described as a red with black roof
newer model mid-size KIA SUV with black roof
newer model mid-size KIA SUV with California license plates (Unknown plate #)

If you have any information regarding the person(s) involved in this crime, you are encouraged to call WeTip immediately at 1-800-782-7463. You may be eligible for a reward if your information leads to an arrest and conviction. No one will ever know who made the call!

Gang Shooting Solved after Anonymous call to WeTip

Fontana, CA .. Anonymous information called into the WeTip crime hotline has led Fontana police to investigate possible drug activity at 18140 Bonnie Ave, Fontana.  Upon their arrival, police apprehended Eduardo Rodriguez, 20, of Fontana for his involvement in a gang shooting at 7711 Cypress Ave Fontana on September 30, 2018.  Rodriguez was also charged with Assault with a Semi-Automatic Firearm, use of a firearm, and Violent Felony. Rodriguez was convicted in San Bernardino County Court and Sentenced to 19 Years in Prison.  The informant in this case (664059) requested a cash reward and can now call WeTip to make arrangements to anonymously collect their reward.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  Due to anonymous reporting, WeTip has aided Law Enforcement in the seizure of over $340 Million worth of  illegal drugs and narcotics.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who gave the tip.

WeTip has been serving the Nation as the Grandfather of all anonymous tip programs for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.  If you have information about any type of crime, call WeTip at 800-78-CRIME to report illegal or suspicious activity or log on to wetip.com.  All calls are anonymous, not just confidential.

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Yucca Valley man apprehended and convicted of street gang terrorism after call to WeTip

Yucca Valley, CA…Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction of Randy Owens of Yucca Valley, California.  Owens was wanted for an active felony warrant, and the call to WeTip led law enforcement to apprehend Owens.  Final Charges were handed down and included Street Gang Terrorism and Felon/Addict/etc Possession.  Owen was sentenced to of 136 days in County jail and 3 years formal supervised probation and $2,700 restitution to the victim. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s rated the tip a 10 on a scale of 1-10.  The informant did not request a reward in this case, they just expressed a desire to clean up the gang situation in their neighborhoods.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  Due to anonymous reporting, WeTip has aided Law Enforcement in the seizure of over $340 Million worth of  illegal drugs and narcotics.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who gave the tip.

WeTip has been serving the Nation as the Grandfather of all anonymous tip programs for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.  If you have information about any type of crime, call WeTip at 800-78-CRIME to report illegal or suspicious activity or log on to wetip.com.  All calls are anonymous, not just confidential.

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$888,000 Illegal Pot seized and suspect arrested after call to WeTip

Chino, CA…Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest of Huang Siqul of Chino, California.  Siqul was taken into custody and Chino PD seized 1,110 of illegally grown marijuana.  The Value of the seized pot was valued at $880,000.  Siqul was also charged with Theft of utility service for stealing the electricity to grow the crop. Chino police narcotics investigators rated the tip a 10 on a scale of 1-10.  The informant did not request a reward in this case, they just expressed a desire to clean up illegal activity in their neighborhoods.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  Due to anonymous reporting, WeTip has aided Law Enforcement in the seizure of over $340 Million worth of  illegal drugs and narcotics.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who gave the tip.

WeTip has been serving the Nation as the Grandfather of all anonymous tip programs for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.  If you have information about any type of crime, call WeTip at 800-78-CRIME to report illegal or suspicious activity or log on to wetip.com.  All calls are anonymous, not just confidential.

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Yucaipa Woman Convicted of Grand Theft due to WeTip

Yucaipa, CA… Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction  of Laura Dennett, 27, of Yucaipa, California.  Dennett was originally investigated for Drug Sales, but law enforcement discovered stolen property at the residence.  Dennett was convicted on Grand Theft charges and sentenced to of 180 days in County jail and 3 years formal supervised probation. Investigators on this case rated the tip an 8 on a scale on 1-10.  They stated the information was very helpful. The informant in this case did not request a reward, they expressed a desire to be part of the solution.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  Due to anonymous reporting, WeTip has aided Law Enforcement in the seizure of over $340 Million worth of  illegal drugs and narcotics.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who gave the tip.

WeTip has been serving the Nation as the Grandfather of all anonymous tip programs for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.  If you have information about any type of crime, call WeTip at 800-78-CRIME to report illegal or suspicious activity or log on to wetip.com.  All calls are anonymous, not just confidential.

 

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Welfare Fraud Recipient Caught due to WeTip

Los Angeles County, CA…Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National Crime Hotline has aided Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services in the fight against welfare fraud.  Caller # 621721 reported a recipient was fraudulently receiving welfare benefits.  After investigating, the information reported to WeTip resulted in the suspect signing a repayment agreement.  The combined loss to be repaid was over $17,000.   Thanks to caller 621721 taking the time to call WeTip, the suspect will no longer continue to receive assistance she was not eligible for.

Caller 621721 may now contact WeTip to arrange for the pickup of their $100 reward payment.

For over three decades WeTip has provided ANONYMOUS Welfare Fraud tips to Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services to help supplement welfare fraud related investigations.  Since 1998, over 100,000 anonymous welfare fraud tips have aided the county in saving tax payers over $18,000,000 in fraudulent payments.  As a result, over 500 rewards have been paid.

 

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Fontana PD Bust Drug Dealers due to WeTip

Fontana, CA…..Fontana Police received a tip from WeTip regarding drug sales and several firearms at a residence on Barbee Ave. in Fontana. The homeowner, Juan Ramon Garcia, 53, was arrested at the scene and charged with Cocaine and Meth for Sale. Police also seized several weapons at the home. Garcia was convicted on Oct. 19, 2018 and sentenced to time in jail and three years probation.  There was no reward requested on this case. The informant just wanted to help make our neighborhoods safer.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who made the report.

WeTip has been serving the Nation for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID. Reports can also be made at wetip.com.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.

Columbus Fugitive Convicted due to Anonymous WeTip

Columbus, Ohio..…..Columbus police received a tip that told them the location of Brian Dwayne Carey, a fugitive with 13 weapons violations.  The anonymous WeTip report alerted police that the suspect may be violent and in possession of a weapon. Police detectives were able to locate the suspect and apprehend him without incident.  The informant in this case (#654120) can now go to the pre-arranged location to collect their cash reward.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who made the report.

WeTip has been serving the Nation for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID. Reports can also be made at wetip.com.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.  All reports are 100% anonymous.