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Brandon Widener
On December 13, 1992, at about 7:00 PM Brandon Widener (pictured left) was shot while driving his white Chevy El Camino through the K-Mart parking lot in Chino Hills. Brandon exited the El Camino, ran several feet and collapsed. He died at the entrance to the K-Mart. Brandon’s mother passed away 6 months earlier from cancer. He would have turned 17 on Christmas day. Detectives believe that an individual named Brian Kim may have information that can help with the investigation. Kim was involved in street racing back in the early 1990’s when Brandon was murdered.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Deputy District Attorney Denise Yoakum at (909) 382-7798. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call We-Tip (1-800-78-CRIME).


Suspect in Circle K Shooting

On February 16, 1989, at 0304 hours, two black males entered the Circle K Market on Bear Valley Road in Hesperia. Suspect #1 became upset and shot Esperanza Poindexter to death. Both Suspect # 1 (pictured left) and Suspect # 2 fled the store. Both suspects were never located or identified.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Deputy District Attorney Denise Yoakum at (909) 382-7798. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call We-Tip (1-800-78-CRIME).


Helen Brooks
On July 5, 1985, Helen Brooks (pictured left) was found dead inside her apartment at the Garden Apartments which are located at 19001 Highway 18 in Apple Valley. Detectives want to speak with any individuals who have information about the apartment complex where Helen was living at the time of her murder in 1985 or information regarding any persons who were living in the apartment complex back in the mid 1980’s.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Deputy District Attorney Denise Yoakum at (909) 382-7798. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call We-Tip (1-800-78-CRIME).
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