Scanning device found on gas pump

An employee of 7-Eleven at 7830 Pine Ave. in Chino located a scanning device on the gas pump point of sale terminals Jan. 29. After reviewing security footage, the employees were not able to identify a suspect, according to the Chino Police Department.

Chino police were called at 6 p.m. to the gas station to take a report.

“There are no further leads at this time,” Sgt. Nancy Franklin said.

Scanning devices are used to record ATM or credit card information from its strip. That information is then added to fraudulent cards.

Student cited for marijuana 

Police in Chino cited a Buena Vista High student for possession of marijuana on school grounds Jan. 29, according to the Chino Police Department.

“The student admitted to smoking marijuana,” Sgt. Nancy Franklin said. “The Chino Valley Fire Department responded to evaluate the student as a precaution.”

The student, who was not identified because of his age, was issued an infraction citation and released to the school’s principal, Sgt. Franklin said. 

Saint Paddy’s Fest March 7

Tickets for the Chino Valley Fire Foundation’s Saint Paddy’s Fest, scheduled for 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 7 at The Shoppes at Chino Hills, are available online.

Participants ages 21 and over will receive unlimited beer tastings from more than 50 local independent breweries, take part in games and raffles, and purchase food from several food trucks in attendance.

The Chino Valley Fire District and Rancho Cucamonga Fire Department Pipes and Drums will perform as will The Young Dubliners, organizers said.

The Shoppes at Chino Hills is located at 13920 City Center Drive, on the southeast corner of Peyton Drive and Grand Avenue, west of the 71 Freeway.

Cost is $55, plus a $2 service fee. VIP admission tickets are $120, plus a $2 service fee.

With VIP entry, ticket holders can enter the event an hour early and visit the private backstage seating area.

Designated driver admission tickets are $20, which gives the ticket holder access to the event, live performances and access to food, water and other non-alcoholic beverages, organizers said.

Proceeds will benefit the Chino Valley Fire Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting life, safety and welfare of the public through educational programs, direct assistance and financial support of charitable organizations, victims of tragic events and injured firefighters.

“Anyone who does not have a government-issued   photo identification will not be allowed to enter the event,” organizers said on their website. No one under age 21 will be admitted.

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