Originally posted on not2old2sk8's Blog:
Happy spring people! So glad winter is over. It has been a loong time since my last post. I am pleased to report that I am still skating, if anyone cares. However, when I started this blog it was because I followed two other bloggers here that were about my age and wrote about their love for skating, how they practiced, difficulties they faced as middle-aged skaters and the progress they made. I found their blogs to be a huge inspiration to me. It provided some validation that I wasn’t completely crazy ( or at least not the only crazy one) and that it was possible to relearn and progress at skateboarding as an adult. Unfortunately, they have both stopped writing, and I for one, have definitely missed their posts. Ancient and Recognizer, I hope you are both well and spending too much time skating to blog – without any…
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Originally posted on CBS Los Angeles:
GRAND TERRACE (CBSLA.com) — Police in Grand Terrace arrested three juveniles on Wednesday after a report of vandalism and an assault.
Shortly after 3 p.m., deputies from the Grand Terrace and Loma Linda police departments were dispatched to the 21900 block of Pico Street in Grand Terrace.
When the deputies arrived, they spoke to witnesses who said they saw several juveniles breaking the wood scorekeepers area at one of the baseball fields. The victim reportedly confronted the juveniles and attempted to detain them, when an altercation ensued. Officials said one juvenile hit the victim over the head with a skateboard. The victim sustained injuries as a result of the attack.
The juveniles fled but were later found by deputies. All three juveniles were arrested and released to their parents.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Deputy Kevin Hogue of the Grand Terrace Police Department (Central Station) at (909) 387-3545…
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