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    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento City Councilman Sean Loloee is defending his post after allegations he doesn’t live in the district he represents. He addressed the claims at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. “The city of Sacramento has documented and verified my residence and I will continue to proudly represent the people of District 2,” he said. READ MORE: What's Up With Water Transfers: Getting Answers In El Dorado, Placer CountiesThat statement comes after a Sacramento Bee report that says Loloee does not live in north Sacramento where he’s registered to vote. Instead, the paper said he lives in his wife’s million-dollar home in Granite Bay and was even sworn in there. READ MORE: Hazmat Situation Develops After Boat Catches Fire In Sacramento River Beneath I-80 BridgeLoloee said the report does not “represent the full picture” of his life. MORE NEWS: California Gets $1.1B Back In Likely Fraudulent Unemployment BenefitsIn a statement, Mayor Darrell Steinberg said: “Councilmember Loloee has agreed to provide me, the city manager and the city attorney with a report clarifying the facts of his residency, including the...
    Embattled Uvalde school district police chief Pedro Arredondo has been sworn in as a city councilor after the mayor said Monday the ceremony would be postponed. Arredondo was behind the law enforcement response to last week’s massacre at Robb Elementary School. Nineteen children and two teachers were killed by an 18-year-old gunman. The Uvalde Police Department and the Uvalde Independent School District Police, which Arrednondo leads, are no longer cooperating with Texas Department of Public Safety investigation into their response to the shooting. Elected to the city council on May 7, the district’s top cop would not be seated until after the dead from the attack were buried, Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin said Monday. In a surprising development, Arredondo was sworn in Tuesday evening in a private ceremony, McLaughlin announced in a statement. “Uvalde City Council members were sworn in today as per the City Charter,” the statement read. “Out of respect for the families who buried their children today, and who are planning to bury their children in the next few days, no ceremony was held.” BREAKING: Uvalde ISD...
    Prosecutors investigating a groping allegation into former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are asking for more time, saying that a criminal complaint filed last week was “potentially defective.” Last week, the Albany County Sheriff's Department filed a criminal complaint accusing Cuomo of committing a misdemeanor sex crime following an investigation by the New York Attorney General into claims of sexual harassment by 11 women. Earlier story - Cuomo Expected To Be Charged With Allegedly Groping Former Aide, Reports Say In a twist of fate, on Friday, Nov. 5, Albany County District Attorney David Soares asked a judge for more time to complete its own investigation into the claims, stating that it lacks a sworn statement from the victim, Brittany Commisso. “We were in the middle of that investigation when the Sheriff unilaterally and inexplicably filed a complaint in this court,” Soares wrote in a letter to Judge Holly Trexler. “We were in the middle of that investigation when the Sheriff unilaterally and inexplicably filed a complaint with this Court. “Unfortunately, the filings in this matter are potentially defective in...
    Prosecutors investigating a groping allegation into former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are asking for more time, saying that a criminal complaint filed last week was “potentially defective.” Last week, the Albany County Sheriff's Department filed a criminal complaint accusing Cuomo of committing a misdemeanor sex crime following an investigation by the New York Attorney General into claims of sexual harassment by 11 women. Earlier story - Cuomo Expected To Be Charged With Allegedly Groping Former Aide, Reports Say In a twist of fate, on Friday, Nov. 5, Albany County District Attorney David Soares asked a judge for more time to complete its own investigation into the claims, stating that it lacks a sworn statement from the victim, Brittany Commisso. “We were in the middle of that investigation when the Sheriff unilaterally and inexplicably filed a complaint in this court,” Soares wrote in a letter to Judge Holly Trexler. “We were in the middle of that investigation when the Sheriff unilaterally and inexplicably filed a complaint with this Court. “Unfortunately, the filings in this matter are potentially defective in...
    Disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo could have a sex crime charge tossed out after a letter written by the Albany County district attorney calling the complaint 'potentially defective.' District Attorney David Soares said that the Albany County sheriff filed the complaint 'unilaterally and inexplicably' while his investigation was still ongoing.  Soares, a Democrat, added that the indictment did not even include a sworn statement by the alleged victim, former aide Brittany Commisso, that would allow them to prosecute the deposed governor.  The DA notes that parts of Commisso's prior testimony were excluded and that one part of the complaint incorrectly stated the relevant law that Cuomo had allegedly broken.  Judge Holly Trexler of Albany City Court agreed to Soares' request to postpone Cuomo's arraignment until January 7, giving the district attorney 60 days 'to reduce the risk of a procedural dismissal of this case' and give Soares 'time to continue with out independent and unbiased review of the facts.'  Disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo could have a sex crime charge tossed out after a letter written...
    WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Ted Cruz said Saturday that he would be among a dozen Republican senators who will challenge President-elect Joe Biden’s victory when Electoral College results are tallied in Congress next week — a largely symbolic move that has little chance of preventing Biden from taking office. The Republicans join Senator Josh Hawley, who earlier this week became the first sitting member of the Senate to announce he would challenge the election result. A number of Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives also plan on contesting the vote tally. In a statement, Cruz and the other senators said they intended to vote to reject electors from swing states that have been at the center of President Donald Trump’s unproven assertions of election fraud and would call for the establishment of a commission to investigate claims of fraud on an emergency basis. Cruz was joined in the statement by Senators Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Steve Daines, John Kennedy, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Braun, along with Cynthia Lummis, Tommy Tuberville, Bill Hagerty and Roger Marshall, all of whom will...
           
    (CNN)Former President Barack Obama on Friday paid tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, calling on Senate Republicans to follow the precedent set when they refused to consider his Supreme Court nominee in 2016 and not consider a replacement for the high court until after the next president is sworn in."Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought to the end, through her cancer, with unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals. That's how we remember her. But she also left instructions for how she wanted her legacy to be honored," Obama said in a statement of the liberal justice who died Friday at age 87.Days before her death, Ginsburg told her granddaughter that her "most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed," NPR reported. Analysis: Ruth Bader Ginsburgs death reshapes the 2020 campaignGinsburg's death -- and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's subsequent statement that "(President Donald) Trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate" -- opens up a political fight over the future of the court...
    As Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s health was failing in recent days, she left what would amount to a dying wish with a family member — that she not be replaced until after the election. The longtime Supreme Court justice died on Friday at the age of 87. As NPR reported, she died in her home in Washington, D.C. In the days before her death, as her health was reportedly failing, Ginsburg dictated a statement to granddaughter Clara Spera asking that there not be any efforts to rush a replacement through. “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed,” Ginsburg said in the statement. As the report added, Ginsburg’s death could lead to a significant shift for the Supreme Court as she served as the “leader of the liberal wing” and was a driving force in rulings that cemented gender equality efforts. Her death comes a little more than four years after the passing of fellow Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and the controversial process that followed. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shortly...
    Shrewsbury has a new police chief: former interim chief Kevin Anderson. Anderson was promoted to the full chief on July 20, according to a town-issued statement. He is a 26-year veteran of the Shrewsbury Police Department and, before taking on the interim role, was Detective Lieutenant, Detective Bureau Commanding Officer. Anderson first joined the Shrewsbury Police in 1994 as a patrolman. As chief, he will oversee a department with 64 employees serving a town of about 38,000 residents. Board of Selectmen Chairwoman Beth Casavant said Anderson impressed the board with his plans for the community and his knowledge of its needs. Anderson’s “extensive training in crisis intervention and understand the needs of special population such as those with mental illness, autism, and dementia, coupled with his vision for engaging the community through outreach and improved communication will serve the residents of Shrewsbury well during a time of unprecedented change,” Casavant said in a statement. Anderson is a graduate of the Western New England University criminal justice administration program. He was awarded the Trilogy Award in 2017 from the FBI Law...
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