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He tried to steal a John Deere

Photo: Raul Gonzales A $50,000 John Deere tractor was in the sights of a would-be thief on June 21 around 8:20 p.m. Deputies arrived on scene near 15th and Excelsior


Man accused of breaking into, stealing computer equipment from Laytonville High School

Originally published 6-23-20 by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office: “On 06-21-2020 a Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Deputy patrolling the Laytonville area was contacted about an alarm activation at the Laytonville


Arrest of Food Delivery Driver Leads to Wider Investigation

SAN RAFAEL — An arrest earlier this month has opened a can of worms for a food delivery driver. San Rafael and Mill Valley police subsequently launched a wider joint


Man Sets Record for Arrests and Zero-Bail Releases in Alameda County

DUBLIN — After nine recent arrests his ‘get-out-of-jail-free card’ finally went kaput. Waseen H. Abuhwaidi, 27, has set a record for arrests and releases in Alameda County with zero-bail. Since


Busy seven days in Mount Shasta

Photo: K9 Artie, part of the team Here’s a report from the northern part of California and arrests occurring there as reported by the Mount Shasta Police Department official Facebook


Camping out in Disney’s Discovery Island

Photo: Richard McGuire (Yucatan Times) There are so mnay interesting stories about how people are coping during the coronavirus adventure. Here is one man who decided to camp out at

Los Angeles

Aggravated Felony Trespasser Arrested and Released – to Do it Again

Photo: Allan Carroll CHINO HILLS – With all good intentions, many adjustments and allowances for social-distancing needed to be made between the recently-jailed, time-serving inmates, and staff during the Covid-19


Man released because of Covid-19 “no bail” ruling rearrested

Photo: Jeremy Costa Back on March 27 Governor Gavin Newsom authorized emergency action for the state due to the coronavirus restriction. The executive order established “a $0 bail for certain


Man drives stolen car on empty streets of Chico

Photo: Colton Smith CHICO – Due to the stay-at-home order, towns such as Chico have become virtual “ghost towns” of inactivity. Vehicle traffic seems to be nearly non-existent in the

Covid-19 Lake

Man cited for violating shelter-in-place order

The Lakeport Police Department recently cited a man for “violation of the Shelter-in-Place Order” — A 61 year old Lakeport female was issued a criminal citation for violation of the