Vallejo, CAKRON4

6 people arrested following weekend sideshow in Vallejo

VALLEJO, Calif. (KRON) – Police in Vallejo arrested six people following a large sideshow on Saturday night. Officers received multiple calls of sideshow activity at Tennessee Street, Maple Avenue, Sonoma Boulevard, and Lemon Street. Police found more than 100 people blocking an intersection. “Common regard for our fellow community members...
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Santa Rosa, CAPress Democrat

Santa Rosa teen ID’d as victim in fatal Highway 101 car crash

A Santa Rosa teen was identified on Monday as the person who died in a fiery car crash on Highway 101 in south Santa Rosa over the weekend. Authorities located Yaquelin Garcia Magdaleno, 16, inside a Toyota Camry that was resting on its roof and engulfed in flames just after 3 a.m. Saturday, the Sonoma County Coroner’s Office said.
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Oakland, CAMercury News

Feds file gun charges against man arrested after North Richmond police chase

OAKLAND — A federal grand jury indicted an East Bay man on felony gun charges in connection with a May police chase in North Richmond, court records show. The July 21 indictment charges 25-year-old Grady Hudson with being a felon in possession of a firearm, a federal offense that carries up to 10 years in prison. The charges stem from a police chase through North Richmond that reached speeds of 75 miles per hour, according to federal authorities.
American Canyon, CANapa Valley Register

Big illegal cannabis grow in American Canyon triggers appeal

Landlords of an American Canyon rental home are contesting a $5,000 civil fine imposed after police found 1,916 cannabis plants being grown indoors. Nim Cho and Wendy Wu, owners of the house on Pelleria Drive, appealed the fine to the city in a letter. The El Sobrante residents said they bought the American Canyon house in November 2020 and rented it to a tenant recommended by a friend.
San Anselmo, CAMarin Independent Journal

San Anselmo removes anti-Semitic message at park

San Anselmo removed a series of numbers from a park scoreboard on Monday after residents described it as anti-Semitic code. Isaac Taylor said he was leaving a frozen yogurt establishment around 7:30 p.m. Sunday when he walked past the Memorial Park scoreboard and saw the numbers “1488” placed prominently on it.
Boyes Hot Springs, CASonoma Index Tribune

Dogs, smoke alarms wake residents to fire

Fire crews raced through the early-morning streets on Monday morning to respond to a structure fire on narrow Northside Avenue in Boyes Hot Springs, between Dechene Avenue and Bokman Place at 3:50 a.m. One duplex was heavily damaged, and a single-family dwelling had moderate damage. Three families were at least...
Napa County, CANapa Valley Register

Napa County Office of Education is hosting job fair

The Napa County Office of Education is hosting a Job Fair on Thursday, July 29. The public education agency has numerous positions open including classroom leaders for elementary and middle school afterschool programs and youth sports coaches in both Napa and Sonoma Counties. Attendees should bring a copy of their...
San Rafael, CAMarin Independent Journal

Marin coroner names San Rafael homicide victims

The two men shot to death in downtown San Rafael over the weekend have been identified as Phillip Reginald Hill Jr., 27, of Vallejo and Javel Lamar Wiggins Jr., 24, of Stockton, the coroner’s office said Monday. Investigators said the shooting, which also injured four other people, was apparently gang-related....
Napa, CAPress Democrat

BottleRock Presents plans fall shows at JaM Cellars Ballroom in Napa

BottleRock Presents, the producer of the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival, has announced three shows scheduled for the JaM Cellars Ballroom in downtown Napa, plus a special benefit concert for Alaina’s Voice to support mental health services in Napa County. The JaM Cellars Ballroom shows include Silversun Pickups with special...

Petaluma Police Arrest Two Attempted Hotel Burglars

Petaluma Police have arrested and man and woman accused of trying to break into rooms at two different hotels. Police received calls last Thursday morning about two people trying to break into rooms using a metal or wire hanger at the Sheraton Hotel and the Hampton Inn. They were unsuccessful in their attempts to break into any of the rooms and fled the area in a blue Ford SUV, towing a black box trailer. Police found the vehicle that night near Lakeville Street and the Gateway Plaza Shopping Center. Nathan Silva and Sarah Shalagin were arrested in a traffic stop after police located drug paraphernalia, suspected narcotics, and a long piece of metal wiring in the vehicle along with a stolen motorcycle in the trailer.