Man Tasered In Harveston During Scuffle With Deputy

The incident was reported on Charlesburg Drive in Temecula.

Deputies responded to the call on Charlesburg Drive shortly after 4 p.m., according to Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Morales.  Courtesy photo.
Deputies responded to the call on Charlesburg Drive shortly after 4 p.m., according to Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Morales. Courtesy photo.

A civil dispute at a home on Charlesburg Drive in the Harveston community of Temecula escalated Friday, resulting in one man being Tasered by police.

Deputies responded to the call shortly after 4 p.m., according to Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Morales.

A scuffle between the male homeowner and a deputy ensued, resulting in the Tasering, according to Morales.

At press time, jail records show no arrests in the matter.

Brenda August 18, 2013 at 03:14 AM
Drunk on a Saturday beating on the wife :/
Morgion August 18, 2013 at 11:10 AM
Nice how you automatically jump to the conclusion that the man was drunk and beating on his wife.
Brenda August 18, 2013 at 12:38 PM
Well it does say a civil dispute here and in another paper it said it was a domestic call. Domestic would be wife or girlfriend, family members, and Civl dispute would by like a neighbor complaining of music too loud or whos going to pay for the new fence between the houses. LOL Either way the guy got tazed which must mean he was not going to stop hitting on someone, the victim or the police.
Brenda August 18, 2013 at 12:41 PM
OhMorgion, You had two posts one. One that ended in............Bitter Much is not posted here for some reason. And no thanks to God I have not been a battered wife or girlfriend. Worst I ever even dated was someone with a drinking problem and when I found out for sure that WAS the problem, he was on the curb many many years ago. LOL Sorry no skeltons in my closet, well.............. hehehehe
Morgion August 18, 2013 at 12:49 PM
I deleted the 1st post because I put "if" instead of "of" and there's a lot of people on here that like to judge people on posts, also, the definition if civil dispute is, cases involving people or groups of people in which no criminal laws are broken. I'm sure beating on the wife is a crime.
Morgion August 18, 2013 at 12:53 PM
See, I put "if" again!! And the article clearly states he was tased for getting in a scuffle with the deputy.
Brenda August 18, 2013 at 01:00 PM
Wife beating is a criminal law broken, like shooting someone, running over someone, robbing a bank, those are all criminal. Civil is where it is not a law broken but is something that two people have a dispute on, usually silly, and try to resolve it verbally and if not one sues the other, or both do but in Civil Court, not criminal courts. Something that happens alot around Temecula is the cost of new fences seriously,, LOL. Because we share the cost of a new one each property owner pays half. However oftentimes once side cannot afford it at the time and the other one can, and he is tired of the dogs getting through and fighting. So the later home owner says I will fix the fence and you pay me your half over the next two months. Fence is fixed, the one home owner pays for it, and over 2 months the other home owner does not pay his half. Even though the homeowner who paid askes several times for payment. So he decides to file a small claims civl suit in court for half the cost of the fence and try to collect that way. He files, goes to court and of course wins the judgement and hopefully at that point the man paying for the fence gets his half of the cost. Oftentimes he has to do more court appearances to collect the money. Now if a Civil case is over a certain amount, last time I looked it was 7500.00 then you have to file in a bigger court and its more paperwork detailed then small claims civil court. Criminal is police, investigators, DA's, criminal courts, lawyers...........jail and all that. No, again, not bitter, LOVE MEN!! Thank God I am married or I would be dangerous even at my ole grandma age, LOL
Brenda August 18, 2013 at 01:04 PM
Hell yep, a scuffle with the Deputy. See what happens when I read an article and respond to it at 3:14am in the morning. I cant read or type. I need a new keyboard too. I can hit the fff all day and it will be tttt, and vice versa. Or the hhh, ttt, or fff doesnt show up at all and I need to proof read it all. Lets just say this ok? You are right and I am wrong, and I hate people that judge, and call others name because of t heir opinions or posts on the Patch's articles.
KB August 18, 2013 at 11:53 PM
Well, that's what's being reported. Remember, the police lie and they can be quick to use tasers - like on a suspect that chooses to remain silent.
Cik Bast August 20, 2013 at 10:53 PM
Another fine example of police brutality. When stop and frisk isn't permitted in Temecula, the police take it out on the white man.


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