Theft and Vandalism: Weaver Middle School

Theft and Vandalism at Weaver Middle School

Merced, CA- On February 21, 2015 a theft and vandalism occurred at Weaver Middle School. Four suspects stole a 2005 Chevy truck, Millermatic Mig Welder, Napa Battery Charger, and various HVAC tools and equipment. The vehicle was later abandoned in the Beachwood area.

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!

Drug Bust: Yucaipa Mobile Home

Yucaipa Mobile Home Drug Bust

Yucaipa, CA…WeTip caller 596867 reported drug use at a Yucaipa mobile home. One suspect was arrested on August 31, 2014. The caller is now eligible to collect the reward they requested at their first call to WeTip.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputies out of the Yucaipa substation seized meth and syringes and arrested Tracy Matthew. She was sentenced with possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to 5 days in San Bernardino County Jail, 36 months probation and ordered to pay over $600 in fines and fees.

Law enforcement rated this tip a 10 on a scale of 1-10. When anyone knows of a crime past, present or future, they may call the toll free anonymous WeTip Hotlines (800) 78-CRIME, (800) 47-ARSON, (800) 47-DRUGS, (800) US FRAUD, (800) 6-HIT-N-RUN and (855) 86-BULLY. These lines are staffed by trained, bi-lingual operators and are available to anyone in the United States.

WeTip has aided law enforcement with 567,592 tips, 16,182 arrests, 8,304 convictions, and over $330 million worth of illegal drugs and narcotics. There has been $24 million worth of stolen property and cash recovered in these cases. WeTip has paid $1,013,265 in rewards to anonymous callers in the 43 years they have been working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to turn peoples anger into action. WeTip works closely with law enforcement, fire departments, school and insurance officials throughout the nation to make our communities and schools safer for everyone.

Drug Dealer: Off the Street Due to WeTip

West Lafayette gang related drug dealer off the street due to WeTip

West Lafayette, IN…WeTip Caller 581137 is now eligible to receive the reward they requested when they called in a tip on Manuel Anthony Guzman.

Caller 581137 reported Guzman was in a gang, using dealing and manufacturing meth and selling Spice, a synthetic marijuana substitute.

Lafayette PD Arrested Guzman on May 13, 2013 and seized more than 3 grams of meth, valued at $550.00.

Guzman was sentenced to 20 years with 11 years at the Department of Corrections and 4 years through TCCC. 5 years will be spent on supervised probation. He was also fined over $5,000.

Law Enforcement rated this tip a 9 on a scale of 1-10

The WeTip Board of Directors has voted and because of the excellent information given, caller 581137 may call and receive their reward using the three-part code name they were given at their first phone call.

When anyone knows of a crime past, present or future, they may call the toll free anonymous WeTip Hotlines (800) 78-CRIME, (800) 47-ARSON, (800) 47-DRUGS, (800) US FRAUD, (800) 6-HIT-N-RUN and (855) 86-BULLY. These lines are staffed by trained, bi-lingual operators and are available to anyone in the United States.

WeTip has aided law enforcement with 567,592 tips, 16,182 arrests, 8,304 convictions, and over $330 million worth of illegal drugs and narcotics. There has been $24 million worth of stolen property and cash recovered in these cases. WeTip has paid $1,013,265 in rewards to anonymous callers in the 43 years they have been working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to turn peoples anger into action. WeTip works closely with law enforcement, fire departments, school and insurance officials throughout the nation to make our communities and schools safer for everyone.

WeTip National Conference

YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SEMINAR at the WeTip National Conference!!!

You will have the opportunity to participate in WeTip’s “Tower Building–Train the Trainer” session.  This activity has been performed Nationwide, teaching SRO’s, Administrators, Teachers, Counselors and many others how to actively engage students to help keep their schools and communities a safer place.

Pot Bust: Fontana, CA

Million Dollar Pot Bust, but No One’s Home

Fontana, CA… WeTip caller 609375 reported an indoor marijuana grow on Alder Ave. One January 6th, 2015, the anonymous caller reported there were at least 400-500 marijuana plants in the converted garage at the residence.

Fontana PD investigated the tip the same day. The address unfortunately, was abandoned, but they left behind 842 marijuana plants valued at $1,010,400.00 according to Officer Rodriguez of Fontana.

Although there were no arrests, law enforcement still rated this as a 10+ tip on a scale of 1-10. Because of WeTip caller 609375, none of these drugs will end up on the streets.

When anyone knows of a crime past, present or future, they may call the toll free anonymous WeTip Hotlines (800) 78-CRIME, (800) 47-ARSON, (800) 47-DRUGS, (800) US FRAUD, (800) 6-HIT-N-RUN and (855) 86-BULLY. These lines are staffed by trained, bi-lingual operators and are available to anyone in the United States.

WeTip has aided law enforcement with 567,592 tips, 16,182 arrests, 8,304 convictions, and over $330 million worth of illegal drugs and narcotics. There has been $24 million worth of stolen property and cash recovered in these cases. WeTip has paid $1,013,265 in rewards to anonymous callers in the 43 years they have been working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to turn peoples anger into action. WeTip works closely with law enforcement, fire departments, school and insurance officials throughout the nation to make our communities and schools safer for everyone.

 

 

 

 

Bully Poster Contest: Cutler-Orosi, CA

Cutler-Orosi USD Bully Poster Contest a Success!!

Cutler-Orosi, CA curtesy of: By Keven J. Geaney, Sentinel staff…

Last week Karina found out her recent artwork was chosen for a national poster as part of the WeTip anonymous bullying hotline. Her artwork will be on posters in school districts across the nation and at WeTip’s national conference in Los Angeles on April 22.

At first the contest was just a local event. The 16-year-old and two other students at Orosi High, Janette Madrigal and Jorge Macedo, were nominated for their artwork.

Probation officer Javier Gomez, in charge of the contest, shared the students’ work with a WeTip representative. Arenivaz’s artwork was chosen to be displayed at the national conference.

All three students’ artwork will be available for schools to purchase. The students’ work will also be put on posters locally and distributed throughout the Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District.

“The posters will be part of an anti-bullying campaign for the school district,” Gomez said.

Crime: Animal Abuse

Animal Abuse is a Crime!

Springerville, AZ- Monday September 1, 2014 at approximately 7:00 p.m. a cat was thrown from a moving car in the area of Apache Street and Silva Lane in Springerville. The cat appeared to have been set on fire, there was significant singeing on both ears and part of the body. The cat also appeared to have a deep cut on its lip.

A smaller sedan, possibly a blue or purple Dodge Neon with some paint damage and a rear deck spoiler was seen driving away from the scene, license # unknown. No description available on driver/passenger(s).

“Angel” had been under the care of a veterinarian and finally succumbed to its extensive injuries on November 2, 2014.

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!

WeTip Training: WY Dept. of Ed

WeTip training for WY Schools

WY Dept. of Ed team up with WeTip to conduct a 6 day webinar training. All WY school members are welcome to WY webinar flyer 11 14join! This training will take place online

Marijuana: Tip Leads Corona Police to $2,000,000 Indoor Grow

Anonymous Tip Leads Corona Police to $2,000,000 Indoor Marijuana Grow

Corona, CA… WeTip caller 602488 reported marijuana cultivation going on inside the home of Yong Tin Yan on the 300 Block of Villafranca St.

On September 18th, Corona PD found the 51 year old suspect with over 1,600 marijuana plants and 5 pounds of marijuana packaged for sale.

Yong Tin Yan was arrested for cultivation of marijuana and possession for sales of marijuana. He is currently out on bail and has not been arraigned as of yet.

Corona PD rated this tip 10 on a scale of 1-10.

Once the suspect has been convicted, WeTip caller 602488 will be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.00.

When anyone knows of a crime past, present or future, they may call the toll free anonymous WeTip Hotlines (800) 78-CRIME, (800) 47-ARSON, (800) 47-DRUGS and (800) US FRAUD. These lines are staffed by trained, bi-lingual operators and are available to anyone in the United States.

WeTip has aided law enforcement with 563,877 tips, 16,145 arrests, 8,295 convictions, and over $330 million worth of illegal drugs and narcotics have been seized. There has been nearly $24 million worth of stolen property and cash recovered in these cases. WeTip has paid $1,013,265 in rewards to anonymous callers in the 42 years they have been working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to turn peoples anger into action. WeTip works closely with law enforcement, fire departments, school and insurance officials throughout the nation to make our communities and schools safer for everyone.