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Showing Articles Tagged With: crime
Stockton Police are looking to question a man who might have dropped off the gunmen in the Bank of the West robbery and shootout in July.
After a dramatic drop in Stockton's homicide rate over the last couple of years, the violent death numbers are going back up again.
The City of Sacramento Police Department says the crime rate has dropped significantly for the second year in a row. The police chief credits more community involvement.
Hit-and-run collisions could soon trigger a community alert to track down the fleeing drivers, under a bill now in the California legislature.
Police say they've made several arrests in connection to a possible social media threat made against Rocklin High School.
The Mack Road area of south Sacramento was besieged by shootings and violence in March. A business group on Mack Road in Sacramento is working to strengthen the business community and the area's neighborhoods.
Homicide investigators are at the scene of a deadly shooting in South Sacramento early Wednesday.
Deputies are searching for a suspect in an early morning shooting in Rancho Cordova early Thursday.
Under a new Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department program, private citizens and business owners can register to share surveillance camera footage to help solve crimes.
(AP) -- Police in Ceres say a body was found inside a freezer at an abandoned auto shop.
Authorities have released the identities of the two people who died in a fatal crash Wednesday that was part of a chase involving law enforcement in the Sacramento area.
Under a bill in the California legislature, human trafficking would be classified as a gang-related offense and subject to stiffer sentencing.
(AP) -- International criminal enterprises follow the money, and a new report says they are increasingly focusing on California because of its wealth and innovation.
Two men are facing life in prison without parole after a Sacramento County jury convicted them of first-degree murder in the killings of a man and his 7-month-old son outside a drug house.
More than 80 people in the Greater Sacramento area were arrested or cited in an operation intended to reduce access to alcohol for minors.
(AP) -- Nevada County prosecutors have filed manslaughter charges against a Truckee-based contractor whose negligence they say produced the carbon monoxide that killed two men at a home north of Lake Tahoe last fall.
Authorities said that a Fairfield man bit off his 1-month-old son's nose out of frustration because the child was crying.
A search for a suspicious person near the Colfax High School and Colfax Elementary School campuses has ended and students will be released, authorities said Wednesday.
One Central Valley city is equipping its police officers with cameras attached to their bodies.
Sacramento County is celebrating the first anniversary of a program that teaches at-risk kids how to stay away from trouble.
(AP) - A Central California man accused of pointing a high-powered laser at a police helicopter has been sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Sports equipment used by 5,000 blind and physically disabled Sacramentans every year was stolen this weekend from a Sacramento City park.
Two Sacramento County Sheriff's deputies shot and killed a man armed with an assault rifle on Sunday morning after he pointed a handgun at them.
(AP) -- Authorities said that a woman was shot and killed by police officers after she rammed a stolen car into two police cars and led police on a chase.
UPDATE: The Sacramento Sheriff's Department said three law enforcement officers -- two deputies and one detective -- were injured Tuesday while pursuing two suspects.
Today, a Yolo County jury found Viktor Zhdamirov, 51, of West Sacramento guilty of stealing bee hives from commercial beekeeping company, Tauzer Apiaries.
The FBI has launched a new trial program designed to reduce the number of strikes in Sacramento and eleven other cities. There were 25 strikes at Sacramento International Airport.
The Sacramento Fire Department's overtime policy and the Convention Center could soon be facing audits.
California lawmakers are pushing for colleges and universities to adopt uniform codes for dealing with on-campus sexual assaults. Backers say too many perpetrators are not facing any serious consequences.
Stockton Police are making a new mobile phone app available that will let people know about crime in their city and neighborhoods. The app can ring for help in an emergency, send in a crime tip, or submit a burglary report.
(AP) -- A man who used to own a notorious "revenge porn" website and a another man have been arrested on suspicion of stealing nude photos from hundreds of hacked email accounts and posting the images online.
A man is dead and a woman is under arrest, after a shooting on a Sacramento light rail train.
Nearly 150 people have been evacuated after an explosion that blew out windows and part of a wall at an apartment building in Rancho Cordova.
Federal and local law enforcement officials have announced arrests and prosecutions in a flurry of mail theft cases. Sacramento, Bakersfield and Fresno were the focus of months of investigations.
A bill that has just passed the California Senate Public Safety Committee would ban the sale, manufacture, or purchase of self-assembled firearms, also known as “ghost guns.”
The statistics are in and they show a dramatic drop in crime in the City of Stockton.
The Sacramento County Sheriffs Department is asking for help to identify a suspected serial rapist.
The CHP says it is catching more drugs, guns and money in Truckee with no additional resources or expense.
(AP) -- Authorities say the suspect in a deadly Reno hospital shooting that killed one doctor and himself, left a suicide not claiming he had botched surgery three years ago.
A new study shows California’s population of incarcerated juveniles dropped more than 35 percent over a ten year period.
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