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5 Arrested After A Dozen Illegal Guns Found During Probation Search In Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Five people were arrested after a probation search uncovered a dozen illegal firearms inside of a Stockton residence, authorities said. The Stockton Police Department conducted a probation search Saturday afternoon at around 4 in the 6000 block of Palamino Court. Officers located twelve illegal guns during the search. Stockton PD said five people were arrested — Sarin Vann, 37, Eric Navy, 30, Darrell Kho, 29, Diamond Kho, 18, and David Kho, 30 — for multiple weapons charges an...
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Coroner Identifies Man, 51, Who Died After Crashing Into Embankment In Rancho Murieta

RANCHO MURIETA (CBS13) — A coroner has identified a victim who died after crashing into an embankment in Rancho Murieta last week. The Sacramento County Coroner confirmed Brett Allen Barr, 51, as the victim of the fatal crash that happened on Feb. 17 in the area of Jackson Road and Oakville Lane. READ: Man With Prior DUI Conviction Suspected Of Another DUI After Crash Kills Passenger In Winters Witnesses told the California Highway Patrol that the vehicle was going eastbound when if drifted off ...
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Police: Boy, 17, Shot Dead In Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) — A teenager is dead after being shot multiple times in Stockton early Sunday, authorities said. The Stockton Police Department said they received reports of shooting at around 2:20 a.m. in the area of Rose Street and Queen Avenue. A boy, 17, was located suffering from gunshot wounds and was later pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Stockton Pd said there is no suspect or motive information at the moment. Anyone with information relevant to the shooting is asked to contac...
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Man With Prior DUI Conviction Suspected Of Another DUI After Crash Kills Passenger In Winters

WINTERS (CBS13) — Winters police said they arrested a man with a prior DUI conviction who is suspected of another DUI following a crash that killed his passenger. The Winters Police Department said officers, along with firefighters and other medical personnel, were dispatched at around 9:30 p.m. on Saturday to a crash in the area of Railroad Avenue, just north of Niemann Street. Arbuckle residents Joshua Muller, 39, and Sarah Muller, 39, were identified as the passengers in the vehicle. Officers...
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Fairfield Police Arrest Man Accused Of Breaking Into Ex-Girlfriend’s Home, Stabbing Man 4 Times

FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Fairfield police arrested a man they said broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home and stabbed another man multiple times during a fight on Friday night. The Fairfield Police Department said in a press release that Jacob Travis, 24, is accused of breaking into an ex-girlfriend’s home Friday at around 11:15 p.m. on Gregory Street. Fairfield PD said several people were inside the home when Travis grabbed a knife and started a fight with one of the people. Police said Travis attempte...
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Man Accused Of Arson, Attempted Murder After Vallejo Garage Fire

VALLEJO (CBS13) — A man is behind bars suspected of arson and the attempted murder of a former girlfriend and her elderly mother in Vallejo, authorities said. The Vallejo Police Department said American Canyon resident Neil Coates, 29, was arrested in connection with a fire that happened at around 5:15 a.m. Saturday morning in the 100 block of Spencer Street. Firefighters found a detached garage on fire and were able to stop the flames from spreading to the main residence. Officials said a forme...
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1 Injured In Arden Area Garage Fire

ARDEN (CBS13) — A narrow escape happened when a plant growing operation sparked flames that destroyed a garage in the Arden area Saturday morning. The fire happened just after 5 a.m. at a residence on Montclaire Street near Watt Avenue. Firefighters said four people were able to escape the home after their smoke detectors went off, but one person was burned and taken to the hospital. The extent of the injuries is unknown at this time. No further details have been released.
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Pilot Injured In Plane Crash In Tuolumne County

TUOLUMNE COUNTY (CBS13) — A pilot suffered minor injuries after a plane crashed in Tuolumne County on Saturday afternoon, officials said. Federal Aviation Administration officials said the crash happened just before 2 p.m. when a single-engine Aviat A-1A hit the ground at Columbia Airport. The Tuolumne County Fire Department responded to the scene and said the aircraft nearly collided with a Cal Fire Air Tanker. The FAA said the pilot was the only person on board the plane and was not seriously ...
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Dozens Of Cars Vandalized At Elk Grove Apartment Complex

ELK GROVE (CBS13) — Dozens of cars were vandalized and broken into overnight at an apartment complex in Elk Grove, authorities said. The Elk Grove Police Department said 32 cars at Stonelake Apartment Complex were found vandalized Saturday morning. Residents at the complex, which is a gated community, said they live there because they felt that extra layer of protection would be helpful. Now they say they’re feeling extremely vulnerable. “I don’t understand why anybody would come around and smas...
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Man Dead, Woman Injured In Stockton Shooting, Police Say

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Stockton police have identified a man killed in a shooting that injured one other person Saturday morning. Deonta Simmons, 29, was pronounced dead at the scene. (credit: Stockton PD) Stockton PD said Deonta Simmons, 29, was killed in a shooting that happened at around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday morning in the area of Wilson Way and Church Street. Simmons was driving with a 21-year-old woman when an unknown suspect shot at them causing the vehicle to crash into a building, police ...
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Man Dies In Head-On Crash With Teenager While Trying To Get Around Another Vehicle In Yuba-Sutter Area

YUBA-SUTTER (CBS13) — One person is dead after crashing head-on with a teenager while attempting to get around another vehicle in the Yuba-Sutter area, authorities said. The collision happened Friday evening just before 7 along Highway 99, just south of Knights Road, the California Highway Patrol said. The decedent, a 67-year-old Yuba City resident whose name has not been released, was traveling northbound on the highway at around 60 miles per hour while following behind another vehicle, CHP sai...
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Wanted Parolee Armed With Stolen Gun Arrested After High-Speed Chase Through Woodland

WOODLAND (CBS13) — A wanted parolee armed with a stolen gun was arrested Friday night after leading officers on a high-speed chase through Woodland, police said. The Woodland Police Department has been searching for Joseph Gonzalez, 25, of Woodland, since a neighborhood was put on lockdown on Jan. 29. Gonzalez was spotted driving Friday night just before 9 and refused to pull over when police attempted to initiate a traffic stop, authorities said. Woodland PD said the high-speed chase lasted sev...
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Smart Water Technology Used To Protect Beehives

LIVE OAK (CBS13) — Bee farmers are outsmarting their enemies with an invisible technology. Smart Water CSI is a mineral-based liquid that disappears on surfaces. It can only be seen by UV light and each tube has a formula unique to its user — like your own personal DNA. READ: Deputies Say Thieves Stole 36 Beehives In Galt Worth Over $12K If a sheriff’s deputy shines a light on a piece of equipment and it’s marked with Smart Water CSI, they will know it’s stolen. A director with Yuba Sutter Farmi...
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Sacramento Sheriff Loses Facebook Fight Over First Amendment

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones lost his battle to ban Black Lives Matters leaders from his Facebook page. The social media scuffle ended up in federal court when BLM leader Tanya Faison sued Jones for banning her and Sonia Lewis and deleting her comments. According to court documents, Sheriff Jones argued in part that Black Lives Matter has other outlets to get their message out rather than using his page which could harm his future campaigns. Judge Troy Nunley respon...
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Judge Blocks Transfer Of Coronavirus Patients From Travis Air Force Base To Costa Mesa

FAIRFIELD (CBS13) —  A judge has temporarily blocked the transfer of coronavirus patients from Travis Air Force Base to Costa Mesa. The federal government planned to transfer as many as 70 coronavirus patients from the base to a facility in Costa Mesa this weekend, but city leaders filed an injunction to block the transfer in an effort to protect their community. I’ve just learned that a judge has granted a temporary injunction blocking the transfer of #coronavirus patients to #CostaMesa this w...
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Air Force Veteran Severely Injured In Hit & Run

SOLANO COUNTY (CBS13) — A Dixon man who was hit and severely hurt by a driver who ran a stop sign is sharing his story in hopes it will bring justice. Mark Weesner survived more than two decades in the Air Force but almost lost his life on Monday at the intersection of Lewis and Holdener Road. Now he just wants the driver who did this to come clean. “As I was rolling, or sliding, or whatever I was doing, all I kept thinking was ‘When is this car going to stop?’” Weesner said. There’s not much l...
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Chef Invites Guests Into His Home For Cutting-Edge Culinary Idea

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Running a restaurant is tough. Just look at the number that closed their doors in Sacramento. But one chef has found a solution right in the comfort of his own East Sacramento home. Chef Josh Bieker calls his fine-dining venture with his wife the “Dinner Series at The Gallery.” Bieker preps for meals with a purpose. He enjoys what he does. “It’s the structure, the precision and the organization of it,” he said. After nearly three decades of long hours working in restaurants,...
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Chinese History Museum At Bok Kai Temple Opens In Marysville

MARYSVILLE (CBS13) — This weekend is the grand opening of the Bok Kai Temple Museum, which showcases Chinese artifacts more than a century old. The Bok Kai Temple in Marysville dates back to the Gold Rush, but hundreds of its historical items were sitting in storage. “It really just broke my heart that all of these artifacts and these pieces of history and people’s stories were just hanging out in boxes and no one would know anything about them,” Heather Young, Bok Kai Museum Project Manager, sa...
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K9 Officers Make Big Busts In El Dorado, Tuolumne Counties

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — Some crime-fighting pups fit for a Viking tale are making major busts that would make the Norse gods proud. Two local police K9s, Odin from El Dorado County, and Thor from Tuolumne County are helping keep their communities safe. K9 Odin recently seized $568,000 of cash that criminals were attempting to smuggle into California. The El Dorado County District Attorney’s office says Odin has seized more than a million dollars in the past month. Thor works for the Tuo...
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Suspected Mail Thief Arrested In San Joaquin County

MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CBS13) — Deputies arrested a man accused of taking more than 100 pieces of mail in Mountain House. According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, deputies pulled over Jeremy Richard early Friday morning and found two large bags containing mail inside. The deputies also located burglary tools and handmade keys that fit into mailboxes in his vehicle. READ: Deputies Investigating ‘Huge’ Increase In Mailbox Thefts In Cameron Park So far, investigators have identified at least ...
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Search On For Lodi Bank Robbery Suspect

LODI (CBS13) — Police are looking for a suspect who robbed the Premier Community Bank on Friday afternoon. The robbery happened around 3:40 p.m. on the 500 block of W. Lodi Avenue. Police say the suspect demanded money with a note and got away with cash. He was last riding a bicycle on Lodi Avenue. Anyone with information about the suspect’s identity is asked to contact the Lodi Police Department.
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CHP Officer Injured In Suspected DUI Crash Released From Hospital

SUTTER COUNTY (CBS13) — After four months in the hospital, the CHP officer who was hit by an alleged drunk driver in Sutter County is back home. It was never a sure thing this day would come. Officer David Gordon was nearly killed in the crash. On Friday he was full of life and surrounded by love. Gordon was hit while directing traffic after train crossing gates malfunctioned on Highway 99 near Live Oak. It was a scene of broken glass and shattered bones. The 13-year veteran suffered broken arms...
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Warning: Pretty Picture in Almond Orchards Could Cost a Pretty Penny

DIXON (CBS13) — With a beautiful weekend of weather ahead many people are likely planning to get outside. That means a busy weekend of taking photos, especially as almond trees begin to bloom. Solano County Sheriff’s deputies are putting out a warning as more people cross the line to get that good Instagram. Out in Dixon, almond trees aren’t hard to find. Tommy Bottoms was raised around them. Like many others in the area, they’re now a part of his daily life. “We have the best jobs in the world ...
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18 Sacramento County Voting Centers Open Saturday

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Super Tuesday, March 3, is quickly approaching, but Sacramento County voters can already cast their vote, and skip the lines! Starting Saturday, 18 voting centers will be open around the county for early voters to cast their ballot in person. Registered voters should have already received their vote by mail ballot which they can fill out and mail in, or drop off at one of 58 locations around the county.  All 84 voting centers will be open from Feb. 29 through Election Day, M...
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Ex-Inmate Charged With Sending Poison To California Prison

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — An Eastern European man who authorities say sent a Christmas card to the Unabomber has been indicted on charges of mailing packages of a potentially deadly poison to a California state prison, officials said Friday. A federal grand jury in San Francisco indicted Vladislav Victorvic Timoshchuk on charges of mailing two envelopes containing ricin to Pelican Bay State Prison in July. One was addressed to the warden and came with note warning in all capital letters that it ...
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1 Arrested After Police Respond To Domestic Violence Call In Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) — One person is in custody after police responded to reports of domestic violence in a Stockton neighborhood on Friday, authorities said. The Stockton Police Department said officers responded at around 9 a.m. to the 2400 block of Van Buskirk Street after a woman called a friend for help. Officers said the suspect — identified as Adeshina Adeleja, 34 — was holding the victim in the home and refused to let her leave. SWAT and Crisis Negotiations teams responded to the scene to as...
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Sac City Unified Approves Motion To Lay Off More Than 50 Teachers

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Sacramento City Unified School District could soon be laying off dozens of teachers. In a Thursday night meeting, the district approved a motion to lay off 82 full-time equivalent positions. Of those positions on the chopping block, 54 are kindergarten to twelfth-grade teachers. Another 24 of those positions are already vacant. District officials say they expect to send out only about 33 layoff notices due to anticipated resignations or retirements. The motion comes as t...
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VIDEO: Caltrans Crews Blow Up Boulder Near South Lake Tahoe

MEYERS (CBS13) – Caltrans crews blasted a boulder apart that was blocking the Old Meyers Grade. Maintenance crews took some explosives and blasted the big rock apart on Thursday. While the Old Meyers Grade has been closed to car traffic for some time, it is still a road that Caltrans can reopen as a bypass if Highway 50 is closed. Caltrans now uses the road for training purposes. Watch the rock go “boom” above. 
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Deputies Seek Person Of Interest In Rancho Cordova 2019 Homicide

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help in locating a person of interest in connection with a Rancho Cordova homicide case involving a woman’s body found inside of a burning car in July 2019. The sheriff’s office released footage of the person of interest in a Facebook post on Friday. According to the Rancho Cordova Police Department, deputies responded just after 5 a.m. on July 24, 2019, to help with a vehicle fire incident. While firefig...
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Officials Confirm First Case Of Coronavirus In Sacramento County

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — Sacramento County Public Health officials have announced the first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus in Sacramento County. Sacramento County Public Health said the confirmed case is travel-related. Officials said the individual returned from China to the United States on Feb. 2 and has since self-quarantined and taken precautionary measures upon their return home. The individual began displaying mild symptoms during the self-quarantine. Sacramento County Public ...
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