Pietta

04 Dec 18
Sophril Reads

City of Masks Ashley Capes (Bone Mask Trilogy #1) Publication date: August 14th, 2016 Genres: Adult, Fantasy A noble daughter burdened by power she never sought. Perched on an unforgiving coast, the city of Anaskar is under threat from enemies within. Its own royal family feuds over possession of sentient bone masks of power, leaving […]

04 Dec 18
DEEKAY | Daily Dose of Reading

Title: CITY OF MASKS Author: ASHLEY CAPES Series: BONE MASK TRILOGY #1 Publication Date: AUGUST 14TH, 2016 Genres: ADULT, FANTASY Synopsis: A noble daughter burdened by power she never sought. Perched on an unforgiving coast, the city of Anaskar is under threat from enemies within. Its own royal family feuds over possession of sentient bone masks of […]

02 Dec 18
Book Addict live

City of Masks Ashley Capes (Bone Mask Trilogy #1) Publication date: August 14th 2016 Genres: Adult, Fantasy A noble daughter burdened by power she never sought. Perched on an unforgiving coast, the city of Anaskar is under threat from enemies within. Its own royal family feuds over possession of sentient bone masks of power, leaving […]

27 Nov 18
tinker talks guns

As much as I like Van’s Instant Blue it has it’s limitations, and depending on the steel results can be quite variable. It is and will remain my go-to cold blue, but I wanted something a little more professional. Rust blue seemed to be an option that fits my circumstances, and after researching the subject […]

16 Oct 18
Chasing the Puck

DEL ROUNDUP Another interesting weekend of hockey in Germany’s DEL came and went, and with it saw a new leader after an action-packed Round 10 and 11 with Adler Mannheim soaring above the rest of the pack in the standings, following their back to back victories over the Wild Wings and Kölner Haie. Kölner Haie […]

10 Oct 18
Baking Priority

Using Better Ingredients The main topic of this post will be on the coconut oil controversy. As I mentioned in my introduction post, I’ve been trying to switch to using better ingredients when baking. It’s been a long process, and there’s a lot I still need to learn. Different ingredients react differently with each other at […]

22 Sep 18
eurohockeyleague

If EURO general managers could go back in time to the Season 5 draft knowing what they know now, the proceedings would have gone a lot differently. For example, Munich GM Chad Legge would not have picked Roland McKeown 13th overall. The defenseman who was drafted into the NHL by the LA Kings, has 10 […]

17 Sep 18
SCNG
The man authorities said shot two people in La Quinta, one of them fatally, then led law enforcement on a chase from the desert to Ontario before turning a gun on himself Thursday [cq comment=”Sept. 13″] has died, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Stacy Allen Rowan, 56, of La Quinta, died late Saturday morning, Sept. 15, at a hospital, the department said Monday in a news release. The coroner’s office will investigate the cause of death. “This case remains open and is still under investigation,” according to the department. The incident began about 7:50 a.m. Thursday[cq comment=” Sept. 13″] with a report of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 54-700 block of Avenida Vallejo, where deputies found a 72-year-old man shot to death and a woman with what was described as a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. The man was not identified in coroner records Monday. Court and jail records show that Rowan lived in that same block number. The suspect could not be found near the scene, but a sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s traveling west on the 10 Freeway in Banning. That touched off a pursuit that included the California Highway Patrol. The suspect, later identified as Rowan, drove nearly 50 miles to the area of Inland Empire Boulevard and Archibald Avenue in Ontario, where he stopped. The driver then shot himself, a sheriff’s news release said. Officers pulled the driver from the vehicle, and paramedics took him to a hospital. Meanwhile, the house where detectives were investigating the shooting caught fire, prompting an evacuation of nearby residences. On the day of the pursuit, Rowan failed to show up for a court hearing in Indio, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Superior Court records. In that case, Rowan faced seven felony charges: three counts of a felon and addict in possession of a firearm, two counts of possession of a destructive device without a permit, one count of possession of an assault weapon and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Rowan was arrested on July 30, 2018, with a Pietta .44-caliber black powder revolver, a .33-caliber black powder revolver with no serial number, a .22-caliber LE Explorer II pistol and an assault weapon, the criminal complaint says. And in 1995, Rowan sued the Sheriff’s Department, accusing two detectives of throwing him to the ground during a traffic stop in Palm Springs in 1994, causing him to break his left arm and lose a tooth. Rowan never served the defendants with the lawsuit, according to court records, and a judge dismissed the case. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
17 Sep 18
Press Enterprise
The man authorities said shot two people in La Quinta, one of them fatally, then led law enforcement on a chase from the desert to Ontario before turning a gun on himself Thursday [cq comment=”Sept. 13″] has died, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Stacy Allen Rowan, 56, of La Quinta, died late Saturday morning, Sept. 15, at a hospital, the department said Monday in a news release. The coroner’s office will investigate the cause of death. “This case remains open and is still under investigation,” according to the department. The incident began about 7:50 a.m. Thursday[cq comment=” Sept. 13″] with a report of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 54-700 block of Avenida Vallejo, where deputies found a 72-year-old man shot to death and a woman with what was described as a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. The man was not identified in coroner records Monday. Court and jail records show that Rowan lived in that same block number. The suspect could not be found near the scene, but a sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s traveling west on the 10 Freeway in Banning. That touched off a pursuit that included the California Highway Patrol. The suspect, later identified as Rowan, drove nearly 50 miles to the area of Inland Empire Boulevard and Archibald Avenue in Ontario, where he stopped. The driver then shot himself, a sheriff’s news release said. Officers pulled the driver from the vehicle, and paramedics took him to a hospital. Meanwhile, the house where detectives were investigating the shooting caught fire, prompting an evacuation of nearby residences. On the day of the pursuit, Rowan failed to show up for a court hearing in Indio, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Superior Court records. In that case, Rowan faced seven felony charges: three counts of a felon and addict in possession of a firearm, two counts of possession of a destructive device without a permit, one count of possession of an assault weapon and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Rowan was arrested on July 30, 2018, with a Pietta .44-caliber black powder revolver, a .33-caliber black powder revolver with no serial number, a .22-caliber LE Explorer II pistol and an assault weapon, the criminal complaint says. And in 1995, Rowan sued the Sheriff’s Department, accusing two detectives of throwing him to the ground during a traffic stop in Palm Springs in 1994, causing him to break his left arm and lose a tooth. Rowan never served the defendants with the lawsuit, according to court records, and a judge dismissed the case. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
17 Sep 18
Daily Bulletin
The man authorities said shot two people in La Quinta, one of them fatally, then led law enforcement on a chase from the desert to Ontario before turning a gun on himself Thursday [cq comment=”Sept. 13″] has died, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Stacy Allen Rowan, 56, of La Quinta, died late Saturday morning, Sept. 15, at a hospital, the department said Monday in a news release. The coroner’s office will investigate the cause of death. “This case remains open and is still under investigation,” according to the department. The incident began about 7:50 a.m. Thursday[cq comment=” Sept. 13″] with a report of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 54-700 block of Avenida Vallejo, where deputies found a 72-year-old man shot to death and a woman with what was described as a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. The man was not identified in coroner records Monday. Court and jail records show that Rowan lived in that same block number. The suspect could not be found near the scene, but a sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s traveling west on the 10 Freeway in Banning. That touched off a pursuit that included the California Highway Patrol. The suspect, later identified as Rowan, drove nearly 50 miles to the area of Inland Empire Boulevard and Archibald Avenue in Ontario, where he stopped. The driver then shot himself, a sheriff’s news release said. Officers pulled the driver from the vehicle, and paramedics took him to a hospital. Meanwhile, the house where detectives were investigating the shooting caught fire, prompting an evacuation of nearby residences. On the day of the pursuit, Rowan failed to show up for a court hearing in Indio, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Superior Court records. In that case, Rowan faced seven felony charges: three counts of a felon and addict in possession of a firearm, two counts of possession of a destructive device without a permit, one count of possession of an assault weapon and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Rowan was arrested on July 30, 2018, with a Pietta .44-caliber black powder revolver, a .33-caliber black powder revolver with no serial number, a .22-caliber LE Explorer II pistol and an assault weapon, the criminal complaint says. And in 1995, Rowan sued the Sheriff’s Department, accusing two detectives of throwing him to the ground during a traffic stop in Palm Springs in 1994, causing him to break his left arm and lose a tooth. Rowan never served the defendants with the lawsuit, according to court records, and a judge dismissed the case. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
17 Sep 18
Redlands Daily Facts
The man authorities said shot two people in La Quinta, one of them fatally, then led law enforcement on a chase from the desert to Ontario before turning a gun on himself Thursday [cq comment=”Sept. 13″] has died, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Stacy Allen Rowan, 56, of La Quinta, died late Saturday morning, Sept. 15, at a hospital, the department said Monday in a news release. The coroner’s office will investigate the cause of death. “This case remains open and is still under investigation,” according to the department. The incident began about 7:50 a.m. Thursday[cq comment=” Sept. 13″] with a report of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 54-700 block of Avenida Vallejo, where deputies found a 72-year-old man shot to death and a woman with what was described as a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. The man was not identified in coroner records Monday. Court and jail records show that Rowan lived in that same block number. The suspect could not be found near the scene, but a sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s traveling west on the 10 Freeway in Banning. That touched off a pursuit that included the California Highway Patrol. The suspect, later identified as Rowan, drove nearly 50 miles to the area of Inland Empire Boulevard and Archibald Avenue in Ontario, where he stopped. The driver then shot himself, a sheriff’s news release said. Officers pulled the driver from the vehicle, and paramedics took him to a hospital. Meanwhile, the house where detectives were investigating the shooting caught fire, prompting an evacuation of nearby residences. On the day of the pursuit, Rowan failed to show up for a court hearing in Indio, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Superior Court records. In that case, Rowan faced seven felony charges: three counts of a felon and addict in possession of a firearm, two counts of possession of a destructive device without a permit, one count of possession of an assault weapon and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Rowan was arrested on July 30, 2018, with a Pietta .44-caliber black powder revolver, a .33-caliber black powder revolver with no serial number, a .22-caliber LE Explorer II pistol and an assault weapon, the criminal complaint says. And in 1995, Rowan sued the Sheriff’s Department, accusing two detectives of throwing him to the ground during a traffic stop in Palm Springs in 1994, causing him to break his left arm and lose a tooth. Rowan never served the defendants with the lawsuit, according to court records, and a judge dismissed the case. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
13 Sep 18
SCNG
A man believed responsible for shooting two people in La Quinta — one fatally — on Thursday, Sept. 13, led law enforcement on a pursuit from the desert to Ontario before turning a gun on himself, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said. Stacy Allen Rowan, 56, of La Quinta, survived the suicide attempt and was expected to be booked into jail after his condition improves, the Sheriff’s Department said. #gallery-1234842-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1234842-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1234842-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1234842-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The California Highway Patrol investigate a vehicle pursuit, which started in La Quinta, that ended on Inland Empire Blvd. just east of Archibald Ave. in Ontario Thursday, September 13, 2018. The driver shot himself in the vehicle as law enforcement approached the vehicle. “This started as an (assault with a deadly weapon) in the La Quinta area in Riverside County,” said CHP Officer Marcelo Llerana. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The incident began about 7:50 a.m. with a report of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 54-700 block of Avenida Vallejo, where deputies found a 72-year-old man shot to death and a woman with what was described as a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. Neither the name of the man or woman had been publicly announced as of Saturday. Court and jail records show that Rowan lives in that same block number. The suspect could not be found near the scene, but a sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s traveling west on the 10 Freeway in Banning. That touched off a pursuit that included the California Highway Patrol. The suspect, later identified as Rowan, drove nearly 50 miles to the area of Inland Empire Boulevard and Archibald Avenue in Ontario, where he stopped. The driver then shot himself, a sheriff’s news release said. Officers pulled the driver from the vehicle, and paramedics took him to a hospital. Meanwhile, the house where detectives were investigating the shooting caught fire, prompting an evacuation of nearby residences. Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department is conducting an arson investigation, and no additional details on the fire were released Thursday. No one else was injured during the incident. Rowan had failed to show up for a court hearing in Indio on Thursday, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Superior Court records. In that case, Rowan faces seven felony charges: three counts of a felon and addict in possession of a firearm, two counts of possession of a destructive device without a permit, one count of possession of an assault weapon and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Rowan was arrested on July 30, 2018 with a Pietta .44-caliber black powder revolver, a .33-caliber black powder revolver with no serial number, a .22-caliber LE Explorer II pistol and an assault weapon, the criminal complaint says. And in 1995, Rowan sued the Sheriff’s Department, accusing two detectives of throwing him to the ground during a traffic stop in Palm Springs in 1994, causing him to break his left arm and lose a tooth. Rowan never served the defendants with the lawsuit, according to court records, and a judge dismissed the case. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
17 Sep 18
NBC Palm Springs - News, Weather, Traffic, Breaking News

[bc_video video_id=”5834693558001″ account_id=”5728959025001″ player_id=”Hkbio1usDM” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%”] A man accused of fatally shooting his brother-in-law and wounding his sister at a La Quinta home, then leading police on a pursuit into the Inland Empire where he shot himself, died at a hospital over the weekend, sheriff’s officials reported Monday. Stacy Rowan, […]