Pursuit And Standoff Ends In Riverside With One Suspect Under Arrest

A pursuit and then a standoff in the 4300 block of Houghton Avenue near Cedar Street has ended.

Pursuit And Standoff Ends In Riverside With One Suspect Under Arrest

RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) –  A pursuit and then a standoff in the 4300 block of Houghton Avenue near Cedar Street has ended after a suspect pulled into a driveway, hopped out of his car and let it roll backward toward police officers.

At least one officer opened fire as the vehicle rolled toward them and the squad car. No one was hit by the gunfire.

The suspect barricaded himself in a home where several other people were present. It took officers some time to figure out who the driver was before arresting him.

Police told CBSLA’s Rick Montanez that the subject is under arrest for an outstanding felony warrant, in addition to the charges he will likely face as a result of the pursuit.

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Actor Ricky Schroder Argues With Costco Employee About Mask Confusion

Actor Ricky Shcroder argues with LA-area Costco employee who won't let him in without a mask.

Actor Ricky Schroder Argues With Costco Employee About Mask Confusion

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) – New guidelines released by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention for when and where people should wear masks have created widespread confusion in the Los Angeles area.

In a video posted to his Facebook page Sunday, former “Silver Spoons” actor Ricky Schroder argued with a Costco employee who wouldn’t let him inside the store without a mask.

“Why aren’t you letting me in,” Schroder can be seen saying. “Nationwide, Costco has said you don’t need to have masks.”

The situation illustrated how the CDC’s new mask guidelines and the policy announcements from companies like Costco, Walmart and Trader Joe’s that followed are confusing and, in some cases, angering people.

According to both Costco’s and Walmart’s websites, the stores are allowing people in without masks, but only at locations where there are no state or local mask mandates.

While Governor Gavin Newsom said on Friday that’s he’s considering whether and when to adopt federal mask guidelines, California’s mask-mandate remains in place until at least June 15.

However, LA-are Trader Joe’s stores told CBSLA that they are allowing customers who are fully vaccinated to shop without wearing masks.

Not everyone was aware of the new mask policies and some of those who did know about the new guidelines said they didn’t yet feel comfortable shopping without their masks on.

“Even if you’re allowed to do something doesn’t mean you should always do it,” a Trader Joe’s customer said.

It’s unclear whether the state will communicate with private businesses that are lifting the mask mandate against statewide guidelines.

 

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