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22, Jul 2014 - Top Idaho receiver dismissed over DUI MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) - The top receiver on the University of Idaho football team has been dismissed after being convicted of driving under the influence. Vandals coach Paul Petrino announced Sunday that senior Dezmon Epps of Sacramento, California, had been dismissed from the team for a violation of ...
26, Jun 2014 - Man Arrested on Drug Charges NEAR MEDFORD, Ore. – A man from West Sacramento, California was arrested Friday night on Interstate 5 near Medford after police say he was found in possession of approximately 2.2 pounds of cocaine. Oregon State Police say by 42-year-old Jay Guadalupe Barragan was stopped by an OSP trooper for a traffic violation. With the assistance … Continue reading »
25, Jun 2014 - Drought Year Danger Makes Fireworks Safety Task Force Efforts More Critical Than Ever SACRAMENTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The convergence of drought-parched conditions, a recent rash of suspected arson-caused fires around the state, and the increased movement of illegal fireworks into California are bringing renewed commitment to fire safety enforcement efforts in the run-up to the Fourth of July. A linchpin for these efforts is the sale of Safe and Sane fireworks, which not only has ...
25, Jun 2014 - Campaign-finance protesters arrested at Capitol SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Highway Patrol has arrested fourteen people who were outside the state Capitol Sunday night protesting the influence of money from corporations and the wealthy in politics.
23, Jun 2014 - "Human Trafficking" Legislation Would Further Criminalize, Endanger Sex Workers, Activist Legislation that purports to combat "human trafficking" in California would only serve to further criminalize, stigmatize, and endanger adult sex workers. That's the perspective of a group of sex workers' rights activists that is headed to Sacramento tomorrow morning to protest Senate Bill 1388 , which would establish harsher fines and sentences for prostitution-related offenses.… [ Read more ...
14, Jun 2014 - California bill would bar jailing of minors for truancy By Jenniffer Chaussee SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - A bill that would prohibit the jailing of minors who habitually skip school passed a legislative hurdle in California on Tuesday amid a wave of measures aimed at offering second chances to offenders in the most populous U.S. state. The bill is designed to close a loophole that allows students to be incarcerated if a judge finds they have ...
19, May 2014 - Lower Lake woman arrested for leaving baby at Sacramento truck stop; child's father sought for NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – A Lake County woman was arrested Sunday evening after she allegedly left her baby unattended at a truck stop in the Sacramento area. Christina Reed, 36, of Lower Lake was taken into custody for felony child endangerment, according to a Monday report from Sacramento County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Sgt. Lisa Bowman. Bowman said Reed's infant daughter has been placed ...
16, May 2014 - California fire chief arrested in stabbing death A former California fire battalion chief who eluded authorities for more than two weeks has been arrested in the stabbing death of his girlfriend, Sacramento County Sheriff's Sgt. Lisa Bowman said in a statement Friday.
13, May 2014 - California considers distributing condoms to prisoners By Jennifer Chaussee SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) - Condoms could eventually be distributed to California prison inmates under a bill that moved forward in the state Senate on Tuesday, setting the stage for potential pushback from Governor Jerry Brown, who vetoed a similar measure last fall. The bill, which has already passed the state Assembly, would direct state officials to develop a five ...
09, May 2014 - Lawyer: California terrorism suspect has mental illness, talked 'hot air' to FBI SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The lawyer for a California man facing a terrorism charge says his client has a mental illness that made him vulnerable to a confidential informant. Nicholas Michael Teausant allegedly talked to the informant and an undercover FBI agent about joining a terrorist group and fighting in Syria. But his attorney, Assistant Federal Defender Benjamin Galloway, says in court papers ...
30, Apr 2014 - Prisons still being used to house mentally ill SACRAMENTO -- A federal judge's objection to what he called the horrific treatment of some mentally ill inmates in California prisons highlights a trend that has been building for decades in the state and across the country: As mental hospitals closed or were scaled back, prisons and county jails
06, Jun 2013 - CHP: Traffic stop leads to arrest of attempted murder suspect A man wanted by Sacramento Police as a suspect in an attempted murder case was arrested this afternoon near Dunsmuir, according to the California Highway Patrol.
04, Jun 2013 - Boy, 12, charged with second-degree murder in 8-year-old sister's stabbing death The 12-year-old brother of an 8-year-old girl stabbed to death in her home last month has been charged with second-degree murder, NBC station KCRA in Sacramento reported.His sister, Leila Fowler, was found in their Valley Springs home in Northern California on April 27 with knife wounds.The brother, who reported the stabbing to police, told investigators that he had scared off a long-haired ...
31, May 2013 - Agency: Judges undermined by California's prison law SACRAMENTO (AP) -- Overcrowding in many county jails is forcing local sheriffs to assume the role traditionally held by judges in deciding who should make bail and how long convicts should serve behind bars, a state oversight agency said Thursday.
29, May 2013 - Sacramento man convicted of shaking down rehab clinics now a witness in his son's murder trial A dad who was under federal investigation for using his California state job to shake down drug rehab clinics for thousands of dollars in cash has turned into a key witness against his son in an upcoming Sacramento murder trial.
26, May 2013 - First deadline nears to pass bills SACRAMENTO  (AP) — California lawmakers are heading into the final week to move legislation from one house to the next with a lengthy to-do list, but it’s one that does not include several high-profile tax bills sought by Democrats.
20, May 2013 - Murder Was the Case, and an Innocent Woman Is Paying the Price Lawyers and supporters for the California Innocence Project are walking 660 miles from San Diego to Sacramento, California, to personally deliver clemency petitions to Governor Jerry Brown for the release of the California 12, a dozen inmates who have strong cases of factual innocence. Follow their progress on TakePart.
20, May 2013 - State to spell out how it plans to cut prison crowding SACRAMENTO -- California is housing thousands of inmates out of state and sentencing thousands more to county jails instead of prison, but the draw-down in population is still not enough for the federal courts.
17, May 2013 - No cigarettes where you're going SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A California woman who slapped a deputy to get arrested got her wish to go to jail in hopes she can quit smoking there.
16, May 2013 - State struggles with inmate ‘realignment’ Author(s):  Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — In response to a federal court order, Gov. Jerry Brown pushed a novel approach through the Legislature two years ago to dramatically reduce California’s prison population. People convicted of felonies that were considered non-violent, non-sexual and non-serious would serve their sentences in county jails rather than state prisons. Once released ...
15, May 2013 - Katt Williams sentenced, wants to 'stay out of jail' Comedian Katt Williams talked to reporters after being sentenced on reckless driving charges in Sacramento, California. Source: KXTV
13, May 2013 - California struggles with experiment to shift inmates to county facilities SACRAMENTO (AP) -- In response to a federal court order, Gov. Jerry Brown pushed a novel approach through the Legislature two years ago to dramatically reduce California's prison population.
12, May 2013 - California struggles with public safety experiment that shifts prison inmates to county jails SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Jerry Brown pushed a novel approach through the Legislature two years ago to dramatically reduce California's prison population in response to a federal court order.
12, May 2013 - Calif. struggles with experiment to shift inmates SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — In response to a federal court order, Gov. Jerry Brown pushed a novel approach through the Legislature two years ago to dramatically reduce California's prison population.
11, May 2013 - Offbeat BUT TRUE STORIES Forget Nicoderm - just hit a cop SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A California woman who slapped a deputy to get arrested got her wish to go to jail in hopes she can quit smoking there.
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