LAKE ELSINORE — April 24, 2018
LAKE ELSINORE — Early afternoon on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 around 12:40 p.m., deputies received a call that 37-year-old Brian Chiaffino of Moreno Valley was allegedly trying to break into a woman's home possibly with the attempt to commit a burglary and was in violation of a Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Order which was placed against him recently by the woman. Riverside County Sheriff's Sgt. Chad Thompson said that the suspect, Brian Chiaffino, was attempting to break into the woman's home in the 28000 block of Haygood Way in unincorporated Lake Elsinore. Upon arrival, the officers recognized that the suspect was wanted for a felony warrant (although details have not been specified regarding the felony warrant). When they tried to approach Brian Chiaffino, he took off running as fast as he could and he ran inside a store in the 29000 block of Central Avenue near Dexter and was trying to hide from police. The shopping center was encircled by deputies and a K-9 unit entered in which quickly led to his captivity and arrest without resistance. There were no injuries during the hunt and the capture of the suspect Brian Chiaffino.
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