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SUV Stolen in Temecula Found in Winchester; Suspect Arrested

Neighborhood residents report a suspicious man asleep or passed out in a Ford Expedition Sunday morning.

An SUV reported stolen in Temecula was recovered Sunday by deputies responding to reports of a man possibly passed out in a vehicle in Winchester, according to the Sheriff’s Department. 

Trevor While, 28, was in the driver’s seat when deputies pulled up to the black Ford Expedition parked in the 35000 block of Van Goyen Lane around 8:35 a.m. White provided deputies with a false name and birth date, according to Sgt. Jon Wade.

A records check indicated the SUV was stolen in Temecula on Dec. 19 and the license plates were stolen in Menifee, according to Wade. The front plate was reported stolen on Dec. 19 and the rear plate on Dec. 22.

White, of Canyon Lake, was on active county probation for theft and narcotics violations, according to police, and was suspected of being under the influence of methamphetamine. He was arrested without incident and booked into the Southwest Detention Center on $25,000 bail.

White faces charges of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent, receiving known stolen property and violating probation, all felonies, as well as being under the influence of a controlled substance and providing false ID to an officer, both misdemeanors.

Bryan C. December 25, 2012 at 01:32 AM
And the Christmas cheer continues. Nice rap sheet. So, we don't charge him with 'Vehicle Theft'? Just: Taking a vehicle without the owners consent? Love it. Tent city these kinds of characters. Cheap housing for his stupidity!
Brenda December 25, 2012 at 04:55 AM
Ok, other guy with the stolen sedan with all his drugs and paraphenalia, driving without a license due to a DUI has his bail set at 5,000.00 dollars right? Then this guy is almost a duplicate of him and this bail is 25k? WTH is the matter with these judges. I have never seen any consistancy with Riverside County Judges as far as bail amounts.
Mr. Logical December 25, 2012 at 05:45 AM
This guy is in the paper every week. Can't they lock him up for his crime and help him break his addiction to Meth? Those nasty drugs are almost always connected to crime.
Brenda December 25, 2012 at 07:26 AM
Unfortunately we do not have any low cost, no cost drug/alcohol rehab facilities left. I think its just Salvation Army and a few churches. If his family is not rich to pay the Lindsay Lohan fee of 30k a month in Malibu he has to tough it out on a waiting list for Salvation Army for up to a year. That was the last I heard the waiting list was. Another of our aid programs/mental health programs cut to ZERO. So he goes to jail gets bailed out, rinse and repeat. When his picture came up again I said Oh its the meth guy again, and my husband says how do you know that. Thank God he works alot and is isolated from drugs and alcohol, and before that 23 yrs in the service with a squeeky clean record, he hasnt seen the affects of long term drug use. So I enlightened him a bit and how difficult it is for these women, men to get help. Its sad that alot of these people have/had good careers and either the drug ruined it or they got lost in the massive lay offs along with others, hit rock bottom and hit up the meth pipe. :/ It definately does NOT mean he is a drug addict, or weak, or any other preconcieved notions of what all Meth heads are. This guy could be a long term druggie from high school or he could be one of the latter who has lost alot the last few years and could not get out of the depression except with the meth that makes you forget for a while. If I was fortunate enough to have $$$ they would all have a place, fully funded. No one would be turned away
Lash LaRue December 25, 2012 at 04:46 PM
We should use the punishment like they do in Singapore, It should be noted that Singapore has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misuse_of_Drugs_Act_(Singapore)
Brenda December 25, 2012 at 06:42 PM
Exactly Lash, because they actually serve out a punishment. WE DO NOT! Seriously about 2 years for a drunk driver killing a couple of people? What kind of punishment is that? N O T H I N G, and so the never learn a lesson like a child.
wolfcreek December 25, 2012 at 06:43 PM
Guess he will have to wait a little longer to get his Summerhouse apartment.
LBV Collins December 25, 2012 at 08:36 PM
(Note to self: If I steal a car, don't pass out in it.)
Andy December 25, 2012 at 08:50 PM
LOL yes I would love to see you and Brenda try being a citizen in Singapore, one of the highest ranked police states in the world. Cameras on every street corner, state run news, no free press, brutal justice system with extreme penalties on petty crimes, police can search anything anytime they want, racial profiling is encouraged, people arrested and charged for not even doing anything illegal. The police frequently jail peaceful protesters. You cannot question the Lee ruling family either - or any institutions they control like the media, police, army, religious organizations, and other bureaucracies.. Also there are still plenty of drugs in Singapore used by the poor. And most executed for drugs aren't huge kingpins, but drug "mules". Not even their policy wipes out the drugs... or any other Authoritarian regime with harsh drug policy in place, including China. As a NYT columnist put it "Singapore is a 'polished' police state" - like North Korea, but more capitalistic and first-world. Be happy we have a Constitution in this country that heavily promotes individual freedom and liberty to do as one chooses without infringing on the rights of others. http://sg.news.yahoo.com/singapore-%E2%80%98least-positive%E2%80%99-country-in-the-world--survey-072026104.html
Andy December 25, 2012 at 08:50 PM
Look to countries like Portugal... that employed a scientific and rational perspective in their drug laws to treat addicts instead of jailing them by decriminalizing drugs... and the overwhelmingly positive results of their policy : http://www.businessinsider.com/portugal-drug-policy-decriminalization-works-2012-7
Brenda December 25, 2012 at 10:14 PM
Rofl, omg that made my day almost LBV, right up there with it being Christmas.
Brenda December 25, 2012 at 10:16 PM
Why me Andy? I am so law abiding I am B O R R O W I N G seriously :/ Oh dont forget the huge human traffic'ing prostitution in Singapore too.
Galactic Cannibal December 26, 2012 at 01:23 AM
More Earth shattering NEWS
Net December 26, 2012 at 04:15 AM
looks like a dirt bag drug addict
Rich December 26, 2012 at 05:02 AM
Once again Brenda has met another article she can't resist commenting on multiple times. Geez...get a life lady.
Brenda December 26, 2012 at 09:24 AM
Oh gosh Rich, and a very big Merry Christmas to you my dear. Hope you had a wonderful day with family and friends and ate alot of turkey, ham, prime rib, and all the fixing :) Thank you again for noticing me ***wink***
Brenda December 26, 2012 at 09:30 AM
Well ya know O-Really I used to or even tend to look at these women and men like this, but then the old heart starts pumping again and they are someones son, or daughter, father, mother. They have family that loves them and wish they would get help, treatment, like I wrote up above. Back up until the late 80s, early 90 someone would walk into a place and find help immedately, a halfway house, church type situation, long term work programs where they lived while getting treatment. But I think was good ole Reagan who did the great job of shutting all of those facilities so that our bombardment of illegals he emancipated could get aid from our programs. So something had to go and one of those items was all the mental health and drug rehab type programs, and long term facilities. About the only left now is Salvation Army and it has at least a year waiting list :/. If these guys or gals want to keep doing drugs or alcohol that is their decision, but if they did want help it would be nice for somewhere they could go that didnt cost 20 to 30k a month.
Brenda December 26, 2012 at 09:38 AM
Baked pies yesterday, did shopping up until the stores closed. Then wrapped till 4am. Slept from about 4ish to 8ish when the Grandson woke us all up!!! "Grandma Santa Came and its Christmas TIME!!! Come and look he ate all his cookies and drank his milk!!!" That was about 2-3 hrs of presents, coffee, egg nog, pictures, presents :). Then put the hamm in cause this Christmas the sister in law made dinner, yeah!! So we just had to take the ham and a few pies. So did all that, and made it up north by about 3pm for more presents, dinner, playing with the kids all together, the horses, chickens, ducks, turkeys(not the ones we had for dinner), and then made it home safely only seeing 2 very drunk drivers. Thank God had not hit anyone when we were behind them and then passing them. So Rich, Now I need to get some rest because I have some tests tomorrow and exrays, and do not have a clue what time I will be home, but will be with my husband and my grandson so it will be fun :) Now if you are that enraptured with me honey, I will gladly post you a list of everything I do everyday just so you can make sure I get out enough ok? Its nice to have a new friend worry about me. Thank you Rich :)
Rich December 26, 2012 at 03:53 PM
I'm glad I, and others, got our point across to you. You really should check into a thing called "Facebook". It's a social outlet that would gladly welcome your dribble. This really isn't the appropriate forum for diarrhea of the keyboard my friend. I will refrain from further comment on your eccessive need for attention here. Just know each and every time you have the need to see your written word it's just one more reminder to us that you have some very serious issues...not to mention you're boring as hell. From here on out...I'll pass. :) Go ahead and reply, I know you have to get in the final word. Happy New Year!
Brenda December 26, 2012 at 04:40 PM
Its not Happy New Years yet Rich, but I will throw one back at you huney, and hope that you have a great one and stay safe. My diarrhea of my keyboard was only to share my 2 days of Christmas with you Darling so you were not worried that I do not have a lot of life to live even being disabled. Otherwise I wouldn't have bothered. Remember now Rich, you started on me directly, out of nowhere for no reason other then to attempt to pick on, bully someone. Gotta be a bully only with your notes of "this is my first time to put a comment. but I just could not refrain myself from Brenda cause she has so many comments", LOLOLOLOL, what "dribble" is right. You are almost funny if you weren't such a liar. I do not believe you have posted one comment about an article here, its all about me, so who likes to read my " typing dribble?" and is obsessed? Its certainly not me, once I type it its gone to me. Type LOL so you can have the last word Love, cause It really doesn't matter to me :) PS: I would have 6 comments on this article to something I believe in alot, if you had taken the time to read it. If not for answering to your dribble about my life that is. Too bad you could not have just put in a heartfelt comment or feelings on the subject like the most of us do.
Andy December 26, 2012 at 06:08 PM
Sorry Brenda, it just appeared you were advocating their harsh and authoritarian judicial system and drug laws... I just don't believe we should be looking at a barbaric system to unsuccessfully attempt to remedy the problems ours has. We should be looking to countries like Portugal, Switzerland, Netherlands, and their examples... not Singapore.
Fauntleroy Murphy December 26, 2012 at 06:20 PM
By 28 I was married 5 years, had 2 kids with a third on the way, owned a home for 4 years and was putting myself through college at night. What a waste, I could have been stealing cars and doing drugs... boy I missed out on a lot of fun!
Brenda December 27, 2012 at 01:35 AM
Thank you Andy. I am about serve time for the crime, but also like to see people get drug/alcohol help if its an underlying reason they got in trouble. Drugs are vicious and we just do not have any facilities to help these men and women and KIDS for heavens sake. In this wreck of a USA we live in now there are uptenth reasons why people get addicted to all of the above and can be a mother, father, son, daughter, someone loves them. Thats all hun, and I am old enough that when I was younger we had those type of places, alot of them. So its sad to see an otherwise nice person who stepped right into this drug mess after loosing a job, a wife, who knows what he has been through just get tossed in jail or just let back out to do it again. Course if he is a career criminal, and he has been given help, then I guess his dime is up :/
Brenda December 27, 2012 at 01:39 AM
Yikes Singapore! But they also have one of the highest organized crimes right Lash? And human traffic'ing for prostitution? Correct me if I am wrong of course, or have the wrong country.
Brenda December 27, 2012 at 02:05 AM
It was different back then Faunt. Hell I am 53, at 28, was single mom of one, worked way too many hours, had bought my house. Today we do not know this guys story if there is one that kinda makes us go "hmmm he has had a tough time, for whatever reasons, and maybe he needs a bit of help with direction. Drug rehab we dont have anymore unless you get dang lucky to make it until there is an opening at Salvation Army or a smaller church type place that does the same when they get out of jail. Just with addictions like he so obviously has, he might be one heck of a nice person under the guise of all the drugs. I just feel repeatedly going to jail(which you still have to do the time) and then just letting them back out with no real rehab to go is repeating the cycle. I know, I am a ole muschy.
FallenDisaster January 02, 2013 at 09:13 AM
Rich that was very pathetic shows your true character tsk tsk & I won't care to look to see if you responded but Brenda your so right I personally know Trevor & I Love his life he is a great kid/guy he was doing so good clean & living back at home trying to make it & "SOMETHING" set him back out there & it sucks I hate seeing him like that...BUT in my eyes its the lack of love & respect one should get I'm a addict I'm clean BUT let me tell u its hard with no support & love from family cuz ALL U NON USERS Judge us like we are Dirty so if u don't know then don't say anything Drugs are Evil it's not always the person so think it might be your Loved one soon...Getcha to think...Brenda I love ur heart & I wish I could save all too..Happy New Year & God Bless..
Brenda January 03, 2013 at 02:35 AM
Thank you Fallen, and I hope some day our country goes back to taking care of our own. Whether its our hungry, homeless, alcoholics, drug addicts its way past time for the USA people to say no more money to other countries until we have what our people need! God Bless and Happy New Year to you too.


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