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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 - 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.
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.
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.
10, May 2013 - Sacramento: Woman slaps deputy in effort to quit smoking SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- A California woman has been arrested for investigation of battery after she allegedly slapped a sheriff's deputy because she wanted to go to jail in order to stop smoking.
10, May 2013 - California woman who slapped deputy so she could quit smoking in jail gets her wish: 63 days A woman who slapped a California sheriff's deputy this week in a deliberate attempt to be thrown in jail so she could stop smoking got her wish when a judge sentenced her to 63 days for battery.The woman, Etta Me Lopez, 31, of Sacramento, waited outside the Sacramento County jail for several hours Tuesday for the first deputy to come along, Sgt. Jason Ramos told NBC station KCRA of Sacramento ...
10, May 2013 - Calif. woman hit cop to go to jail to quit smoking 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.
10, May 2013 - Stop smoking? CA woman accused of hitting deputy SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - A California woman has been arrested for investigation of battery after she allegedly slapped a sheriff's deputy because she wanted to go to jail in order to stop smoking.
10, May 2013 - California woman hit cop to go to jail to quit smoking SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Think you've heard of every way possible to quit smoking? Etta Mae Lopez came up with a new one: slap a cop so you'll go to jail, where smoking isn't allowed.
10, May 2013 - US woman hit cop to go to jail to quit smoking SACRAMENTO, California: A California woman who slapped a police officer to get arrested got her wish to go to jail in hopes she can quit smoking there.
10, May 2013 - Woman slaps cop so she can go to jail SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A California woman has been arrested for investigation of battery after she allegedly slapped a sheriff's deputy because she wanted to go to jail in order to stop smoking. The Sacramento Bee reports 31-year-old Etta Mae Lopez smacked Sacramento County sheriff's Deputy Matt Campoy on Tuesday after he left the main jail at the end of his shift. Campoy tells the newspaper ...
10, May 2013 - Stop smoking plan: Calif. woman who slapped deputy to go to jail to quit smoking gets 63 days 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.
10, May 2013 - Sacramento woman slaps deputy to help her stop smoking SACRAMENTO - A California woman has been arrested for investigation of battery after she allegedly slapped a sheriff's deputy because she wanted to go to jail in order to stop smoking.
10, May 2013 - UPDATED: Sacramento woman slaps deputy to help her stop smoking SACRAMENTO - A California woman has been arrested for investigation of battery after she allegedly slapped a sheriff's deputy because she wanted to go to jail in order to stop smoking.
06, May 2013 - Police in California doubt kidnapping is linked to 8-year-old's killing, but DNA tests ordered SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A brazen kidnapping attempt in the Sierra Nevada foothills not far from where an 8-year-old girl was stabbed to death in her home most likely is a bizarre coincidence, investigators said Wednesday.
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