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Did Mother’s Day Church Services Help Spread Coronavirus In Northern California?

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – It’s been two weeks since people at two mother’s day church services were exposed to the coronavirus. CBS13 investigative reporter Julie Watts is looking into the local COVID-19 cases to see what, if any, impact the church services had in those counties. According to county health departments, there are more than half a dozen new COVID-19 cases and three hospitalizations linked to mother’s day church services in Northern California. The pastor of the Assembly of God ...
Tags: News, Sacramento, Oroville, Lake, Northern California, Mendocino, Lake County, Butte County, Mendocino County, Julie Watts, Redwood Valley, Coronavirus, Julie Watts Investigates


Burglary Investigation Lands 2 Arrests For Child Endangerment In Oroville, Sheriff Says

OROVILLE (CBS13) – A burglary investigation in Oroville led to the arrest of two people accused of child endangerment, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said. The sheriff’s office said deputies identified Zachariah Odom, 27, of Oroville, this month as a suspect while investigating a burglary that happened in the Gridley area. A search warrant was served at Odom’s residence in the 1600 block of 20th Street in Oroville, authorities said. Odom, Mabel Dahl, 70, and four children under the age of six...
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2nd Suspect Arrested In Connection To 2019 Killing Of Marysville Woman

MARYSVILLE (CBS13) – A second suspect was arrested in connection to the shooting death a woman in her home in September 2019, the Marysville Police Department announced on Thursday. Marysville police said officers arrested Cody Dion Morris, 27, of Rancho Cordova, in Acampo early Thursday. (credit: Marysville PD) Morris was booked into the Yuba County Jail and faces charges of residential burglary, theft of a motor vehicle and accessory to murder, police said. He was located and apprehended in ...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Marysville, Rancho Cordova, Oroville, Smith, Marysville Police Department, Acampo, Marysville News, Yuba County Jail, Feather Falls Casino, Cody Dion Morris, Marysville PD Morris, Karina Paez Smith


Beale Air Force Base Announces Flyover To Thank Frontline Workers Saturday

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Beale Air Force Base is saluting frontline workers with special thank you from the sky Saturday. Beginning at noon Saturday, the base will be flying a T-38 Four Ship Demo team formation flyover over much of the greater-Sacramento region. The massive flyover is a “salute to everyone on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19.” The flight will take off from the air force base and pass over medical facilities in and around Sacramento covering the towns of Grass Valley, Yub...
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3 Arrested, 1 Sought In Connection To Vehicle Burglaries That Occurred Throughout Oroville

OROVILLE (CBS13) – Three people were arrested and a fourth is being sought in connection to a string of vehicle burglaries that occurred through Oroville since December 2019, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. Mark Kelley, 34, of Oroville, faces multiple charges of burglary, possession of stolen property, possession of methamphetamine for sale and for committing a felony while released on bail. The sheriff’s office said that by use of an ANDE Rapid DNA machine they obtaine...
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Sheriff: Parents Arrested After 3-Year-Old Child Drinks Meth Water In Butte County

OROVILLE (CBS13) – A child abuse investigation is underway in Butte County after a 3-year-old child ingested methamphetamine water, authorities said. The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said the child’s parents, Joseph Webb, 42, and Alisha Crandell, 38, both of Bangor, were booked into the county jail on $500,000 bail and three counts of child endangerment. The sheriff’s office said deputies were dispatched to the Oroville-Bangor Highway and Swedes Flat Road intersection after Webb called for medi...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Oroville, Morgan, Bangor, Webb, Butte County, Joseph Webb, Butte County Sheriff s Office, Butte County News, Crandell, Alisha Crandell, Oroville Bangor Highway, Webb Crandell, North Stoney Oaks Loop


UK Teens Arrested For Allegedly Targeting Seniors In Driveway Paving Scam

BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — Three teens from the United Kingdom have been arrested for a scam targetting seniors. The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said the teens offered to repave the driveway of several homes across the area for free or a discount. They reportedly told victims they had leftover asphalt from a previous job and could do repairs. Once they started working, they demanded money to finish the job. Deputies say all of the work was “sub-par” and will need to be done. Detectives say the sus...
Tags: UK, News, United Kingdom, Oroville, Butte County Sheriff's Office, Butte County News, Chico Magalia, Patrick Connors


Butte County Woman Arrested In Connection To Suspected Explosive Manufacturing Operation

OROVILLE (CBS13) – The Butte County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a suspected bomb-making operation after there was an explosion at a residence in Berry Creek Thursday. Deputies found Elizabeth Ellis, 55, and Nicholas West, 26, at the residence on Leaf Lane Thursday. They say West had multiple injuries on his arms and legs. After locating evidence of explosive device manufacturing, deputies evacuated the area and took West to a nearby hospital. Detectives believe West was trying to manipulat...
Tags: Crime, News, West, Oroville, Ellis, Butte County Sheriff s Office, Nicholas West, Elizabeth Ellis, Berry Creek, Butte County News, Leaf Lane


Butte County Sheriff: Oroville Man, 54, Linked By DNA Evidence To Sexual Abuse Allegations

OROVILLE (CBS13) – A 54-year-old man arrested in Oroville is facing charges relating to the sexual abuse of a minor under 14, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release. Timothy Gordon, 54, of Oroville, was arrested after a nearly year-long investigation that began in April of 2019, the sheriff’s office said. The sheriff’s office said detectives linked Gordon through DNA evidence this past February to sexual abuse allegations he denied over the course of the investigation. Detecti...
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4 things that may be coming to a casino near you, including beer

Over the span of only a couple decades Southern California’s casinos have grown from small-scale gaming operations to full-fledged resorts boasting hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues and more. As the properties continue to evolve, one of the places casino operators go to not only to get a pulse on the industry, but also learn about what’s new, is the Western Indian Gaming Conference. This year’s conference, held earlier this month at Sycuan Casino Resort in San Diego County, included a tr...
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In A Change Of Heart, California To Get Federal Money After Costly Oroville Dam Repairs

OROVILLE (CBS13) — Three years ago this month, sheer panic ran through the community as the concrete began crumbling on the Oroville Dam Spillway. The damage just kept getting worse forcing roughly 188,000 people to evacuate. The emergency spillway in the Oroville Dam was in danger of failing and unleashing uncontrolled flood waters on towns below. Three years and more than a billion dollars in repairs later, California is getting some of that money back. The Department of Water Resources says i...
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Missing Woman, 68, Found Alive Inside Snow-Covered SUV

BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — A 68-year-old Oroville woman missing for six days, was found alive in her snow-covered SUV in rural Butte County Wednesday. Search and rescue crews spotted Beth James’ SUV from a helicopter and opened her door to find her cold and hungry, but okay. James is now recovering at Enloe Medical Center in Chico. Her family is overjoyed. “It’s kind of like, it almost doesn’t feel real, that we got her back and that she’s okay,” James’ step-daughter Laura Powell said. James was stu...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Oroville, James, Powell, Butte County, Enloe Medical Center, Beth James, Laura Powell, Megan McMann


Winter Storm Headed For Sierra Overnight

DONNER SUMMIT (CBS13) — A big winter storm is headed for the Sierra. Communities as low as 2,000 feet could see some snow overnight into Thursday. Up higher at Donner Summit, 18 to 24 inches is expected to fall through Friday. The snow and high winds could create whiteout conditions. For folks at Boreal Ski Resort, it’s what comes after the storm that’s most exciting. On Wednesday night, skiers and snowboarders got their last rounds in before the storm hits. “My mom’s been talking about it all w...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, California Highway Patrol, Oroville, Sierra Snow, Sierra Overnight, Sierra Communities, Boreal Ski Resort, Joey Rocha, Jay Stewart Caltrans, Adele Domenici


Oroville Woman Missing For Nearly A Week Found Alive In Vehicle Buried In Snow

OROVILLE (CBS13) – A woman with dementia who has been missing for nearly a week has been found alive after her SUV was spotted buried in snow. Paula Beth James, 68, was last seen at her Oroville home on January 9. She was believed to have taken off in her Toyota 4Runner. Her family members believed James, who has dementia, may have gotten disoriented and lost. SILVER ALERT – Butte and Glenn [email protected] IF SEEN, CALL 9-1-1 pic.twitter.com/wuzQeCqkWS — CHP – Alerts (@CHPAlerts) January...
Tags: News, Local, Chico, California Highway Patrol, Oroville, James, Glenn, Butte County, Butte Meadows, Butte County Sheriff 's Office, Oroville News, Paula Beth James


68-Year-Old Snowbound California Woman Found Alive After 6 Days Missing

BUTTE MEADOWS, Calif. — A woman with dementia who went missing six days ago was discovered alive Wednesday in her snowbound sports utility vehicle in Northern California, authorities said. A search helicopter flying over the remote, mountainous community of Butte Meadows spotted a vehicle matching the description of the SUV owned by 68-year-old Paula Beth James, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office posted on Twitter. Butte Meadows is about 200 miles (322 kilometers) northeast of San Francisco. The ...
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Oroville Woman Missing For Nearly A Week Found Alive In Car Buried In Snow

OROVILLE (CBS13) – A woman with dementia who has been missing for nearly a week has been found alive after her car was spotted buried in snow. Paula Beth James, 68, was last seen at her Oroville home on Jan. 9. She was believed to have taken off in her Toyota 4Runner. With her dementia, family believed James may have gotten disoriented and lost. SILVER ALERT – Butte and Glenn [email protected] IF SEEN, CALL 9-1-1 pic.twitter.com/wuzQeCqkWS — CHP – Alerts (@CHPAlerts) January 11, 2020 Th...
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Man On Probation Found With Cocaine, Heroin And Cash In Oroville

OROVILLE (CBS13) — A man on probation was arrested in Oroville after being found with cash, cocaine and heroin in the driveway of a vacant house. The Oroville Police Department said officers responded at around 9 a.m. to a report of trespassing on the 1500 block of 4th Avenue. Joseph Duran Quintana, 39, of Morgan Hills, was located sitting in a vehicle in the driveway of a vacant house. Officers performed a search of his vehicle after determining Quintana was on active probation for resisting an...
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Man Shot In Drive-By Shooting At Oroville Wedding Celebration

OROVILLE (CBS13) — At least one person was shot at a wedding celebration in Oroville on Saturday, authorities said. The Oroville Police Department said they received multiple 911 calls regarding a shooting at around 5 p.m. in the area of Pomona and Sixth avenues. Officers located a victim, 34, laying face down with what appeared to be a single gunshot wound. Police said witnesses reported four men occupying a dark-colored sedan driving into the area and firing four shots at a large group of indi...
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Report: Early PG&E Blackouts Forewarned Later Problems

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The state senators grilling the CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. were upset – like millions of other Californians, some spent days in the dark when the nation’s largest utility shut off power during windstorms this fall. The lawmakers demanded that the executive explain why blackouts intended to prevent downed power lines from sparking deadly wildfires caused so much trouble of their own. The explanation CEO Bill Johnson offered the Capitol hearing room: Several smaller o...
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3.2 Magnitude Quake Shakes Chico Early Wednesday Morning

CHICO (CBS13) – A moderate earthquake shook right next to Chico early Wednesday morning, according to the US Geological Survey. The quake hit just before 2 a.m. and registered at a 3.2 magnitude. It was centered in northeast Chico, about nine miles from Paradise and 19 miles from Oroville. No injuries or damage has been reported. A couple of other minor earthquakes, registering above 3.0 magnitude, have been reported near Chico over the past 10 days. According to the USGS, California and Nevada ...
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12 People From Mexico Arrested In Marijuana Operation Bust In Butte County

BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — Twelve people from Mexico were arrested in an investigation across three Butte County properties involved in a marijuana operation ran by members of a Mexican drug trafficking organization, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said. Search warrants were issued at three Brush Creek residences along Bonnie Meadow Lane as a result of an investigation into $164,200 in cash seized during an Oroville traffic stop in early November. RELATED: Deputies Seize Guns, $164,000 In Cash Dur...
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Woman Accused Of Swindling Senior Who Lost Home In Camp Fire Arrested

OROVILLE (CBS13) – Authorities have arrested the woman suspected of embezzling more than $63,000 from a senior citizen who lost their home in the Camp Fire. The Butte County Sheriff’s Office issued an arrest warrant back in September for Brenda Rose Asbury. The 29-year-old allegedly stole thousands from a 75-year-old Camp Fire survivor, who was awarded the money as part of an insurance settlement. Detectives say Asbury was living in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After speaking to an attorney of Asbury’s, she...
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5 People Injured In 4-Car Collision On Hwy 70 In Oroville

OROVILLE (CBS13) — Highway 70 at Oakwood Lane is back open in Oroville after a four-vehicle crash left 5 people injured, the California Highway Patrol Oroville Division said. CHP closed the roadway due to a multiple vehicle collision. The victims’ injuries were all described as ranging from minor to major. The exact nature of the injuries and cause of the collision are unknown at this time. Meanwhile, CHP says traffic control remains in place in the area for a construction project.
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Oroville Police Searching For 3 Girls Reported Missing Saturday

OROVILLE (CBS13) — Oroville police are trying to locate three young girls that were reported missing Saturday morning. Hannah Gramps, 12, Heaven Hanshew, 12, and Madelyn Casteel, 13, were last seen in the early morning leaving prior to leaving a residence on Elma Street, police said. (credit: Oroville PD) As of 3 p.m., the girls have not been located and the department has deployed a helicopter to assist with the search. The department asks that anyone with information regarding the whereabout...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Oroville, Oroville News, Madelyn Casteel, Elma Street


3 Girls Reported Missing In Oroville Found Safe

OROVILLE (CBS13) — Oroville police said they have located three young girls that were reported missing Saturday morning. Hannah Gramps, 12, Heaven Hanshew, 12, and Madelyn Casteel, 13, were found safe Saturday afternoon, Oroville police said. (credit: Oroville PD) Search teams were out for hours searching for the children. Oroville police announced on Facebook that all three were safely reunited with their families.
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California Will Pay $12M For Roads Damaged In Oroville Dam Crisis

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s water resources agency has agreed to pay a Northern California county $12 million to repair roads after a crisis at the country’s tallest dam forced nearly 200,000 people to evacuate in 2017. The state Department of Water Resources and Butte County announced the settlement Tuesday, more than two years after spillways at the Oroville Dam crumbled and fell away during heavy rains. The repairs resulted in heavy truck traffic that damaged Butte County roads. Bu...
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Authorities Identify Intruder Shot And Killed By Off-Duty Yuba County Deputy

YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities have identified the home intruder who was shot and killed by an off-duty deputy during the massive PG&E shutoffs. According to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department, 43-year-old Gabriel Wilson, of Oroville, broke into the deputy’s home in the town of Challenge on Thursday night. READ: Off-Duty Yuba County Deputy Shoots, Kills Intruder In His Home The yuba county sheriff’s deputy is a 16 year veteran. The case remains under investigation.
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Winds Shift South, Forcing More Power Shutoffs

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hot, dry winds sweeping into Southern California raised concerns that the region’s largest utility could widen power shut-offs Friday to prevent its equipment from sparking wildfires, as a new blaze swept through the San Fernando Valley’s northern foothills. Winds gusted dangerously as forecast before calming in Northern California, where Pacific Gas & Electric faced hostility and second-guessing over its widespread shut-offs. Southern California Edison turned off electricity ...
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1.5 million Californians in the dark, most now for 2nd day

By BRIAN MELLEY and TERENCE CHEA SONOMA, Calif. — More than 1.5 million people in Northern California were in the dark Thursday, most for a second day, after the state’s largest utility cut off electricity to more customers to prevent wind-fueled wildfires amid dry weather and strong winds sweeping through the region. Pacific Gas and Electric cut power to more than 300,000 people in the San Francisco Bay Area late Wednesday night, where forecasters say wind gusts reached speeds of 70 mph (110 km...
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PG&E Office In Oroville Egged As Anger Over Shutoff Mounts

OROVILLE (CBS13) – PG&E is taking a lot of heat as frustration mounts over the Public Safety Power Shutoffs that have hit a good swath of Northern California. In Oroville, a PG&E office had to shut down after someone threw eggs at the front window. (credit: Orlando Carmona) By mid-morning Wednesday, a security guard was posted outside. Cones also blocked off the area. Hours before the shutoff even began, a PG&E truck was struck by a bullet that shattered its passenger-side window. RELATED: PG...
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