Saturday, May 22, 2010

Death at Pechanga Hotel Kept Quiet for Two Weeks.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a Wildomar man who was found in a stairwell at the Pechanga Hotel in Temecula, but a spokesman said Friday the initial information indicates he died from an accident. Interesting that it's been TWO WEEKS and there was NO news coming from the Riverside Press Enterprise on this matter. Do they not scan the emergency frequencies?

Christopher P. Olsen, 24, was pronounced dead at the Rancho Springs Medical Center about 3:45 a.m. May 10, according to a coroner’s report. He died about 90 minutes after he arrived at the Murrieta hospital.

According to the report, Olsen was found unresponsive in stairwell of hotel and was transported to the hospital. An autopsy was performed and determined cause of death to be multiple blunt force traumatic injuries and the manner of death is pending further investigation, the report states.

Sgt. Joe Borja said the initial information indicated that Olsen death was an accident and that he had fallen down some stairs at the hotel. He was with a group of friends at the hotel, Borja said, but apparently alone at the time he fell. At this point, Borja said, the investigation is not considered a criminal case.

No, of course not. Would it be considered criminal if it were at Soboba?

Borja said he did know why the report of the death was announced Friday, two weeks after the incident.
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