Bar Owner Todd Anderson Accused Of Selling Fake COVID Vaccine Cards In ClementsThe owner allegedly sold cards to undercover state agents.
Online Shopping Scams Top List Of Coronavirus-Related Fraud Reports In CaliforniaOnline scams related to COVID-19 are the number one complaint from California consumers, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Policing During A Pandemic: Deputies Busy Protecting Community From Re-Offenders During Zero Bail OrderCalifornia’s zero bail order is leading to re-arrests in several counties.
Police: Suspect Stole Truck 13 Minutes After Getting Released On $0 Bail OrderDeputies say a man stole a vehicle just 13 minutes after he was released from criminal custody in Napa County Friday.
Trespassing On El Dorado Hills Hotspot Heaven Could Get You $1,000 FineEl Dorado County deputies are slapping major fines on people trying to get to Heaven, private land in El Dorado Hills that has been a known teen hotspot for decades overlooking the Sacramento Valley.
Targeted For Toilet Paper: Lockeford Business Owner Catches Thief On CameraThe cafe owner caught a man smashing her car window and taking off with bath tissue, precious cargo that’s hard for most people to find amid coronavirus panic buying.
Citrus Heights Newlyweds Arrested In Hawaii For Allegedly Violating Mandatory Quarantine RulesCitrus Heights newlyweds who visited Hawaii for their honeymoon were arrested for violating the state's mandatory 14-day quarantine rule for travelers, according to state officials.
2 Teens Face Burglary, Looting Charges After Oakdale Junior High Break-InTwo teenagers are in custody accused of burglarizing Oakdale Junior High School, the Oakdale Police department said in a news release on Thursday.
Man Accused Of Stealing Coronavirus Sample Arrested Days After ReleaseA man who reportedly stole a coronavirus sample from a Davis hospital was arrested again last week on multiple charges in Yolo County.
Northern California Burglary Suspect Charged With Looting During EmergencyA man arrested in Northern California for allegedly burglarizing at least two businesses faces the unusual charge of looting during a state of emergency — a charge that carries an enhanced sentence of at least six months in jail.
'Anybody Could Get This': Yolo County's First Coronavirus Patient Speaks OutMarilyn Stebbins is a wife, an avid runner, a pharmacist, and her latest title is coronavirus survivor. She wants her story to be a learning point for everyone.
Third Re-Arrest Made In Stanislaus County After California’s Zero-Bail OrderA third person in Stanislaus County has been re-arrested after being released from jail as a result of a statewide zero bail order for lower-level offenses adopted to reduce incarcerated populations during the coronavirus pandemic.
California's Zero-Bail Order Results In Multiple People Being Re-Arrested Within Days Of ReleaseWhile the emergency zero-bail order may have slowed the spread of coronavirus, it's allowed suspects who may otherwise not have been able to post bail, to get out and offend again.
Coronavirus Crime: Man Released From Jail Monday Under Zero-Bail Order Arrested AgainAnother suspect who was released as part of the emergency zero-bail schedule rule this week has been arrested once again.
'These Two Kids Are Selfish': Auburn Teens Arrested Twice In Three Weeks Amid Coronavirus Stay-At-Home OrdersThe Auburn Police Department said officers arrested two teenagers for the second time in three weeks who this time are accused of attempting to steal beer and tobacco from a convenience store and attacking the clerk who tried to stop them.