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    Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith was arrested on suspicion of a DUI early Monday morning just hours after the team’s season-ending victory over the Arizona Cardinals.  Smith, who played in five games this season for an injured Russell Wilson, took to Twitter immediately after news of his arrest broke to ask fans to hold their judgment until he can talk about the incident "down the road."  SEAHAWKS HAVE NO PLANS TO TRADE RUSSELL WILSON IN OFFSEASON: REPORT "Being arrested brings a taint onto the reputation that is impossible to undo, no matter what really happened," his tweet read. "I’m asking all of you to hold back on judging me the same as you would do for a friend or family member. I’ll have more to say down the road & ask that you bare with me."  According to King County court records, Smith was arrested by Washington State Patrol just after 2 a.m. He was released from police custody at around 9:30 a.m. Details of his arrest were not immediately known but according to TMZ Sports, Smith was initially...
    SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Monday following the team’s season-ending victory in Arizona. According to King County Court records, Smith was arrested at 2:10 a.m. and was released from custody around 9:30 a.m. Smith was arrested by the Washington State Patrol, but no other information was immediately available. Smith has just completed his third season with the Seahawks and had the most extensive playing time of his tenure in Seattle. He appeared in four games and started three while Russell Wilson was out due to finger surgery. Smith threw for 702 yards and five touchdowns with one interception. Smith had appeared in just one game during his first two seasons with Seattle. He was on a one-year contract with Seattle and will be a free agent after the end of the current NFL season. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/hub/nfl and https://apnews.com/hub/pro-32 and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    A BRITISH schoolboy has been arrested on suspicion of planning a far-Right terror attack. The 15-year-old was arrested by anti-terror cops on Friday as part of a "proactive operation". 1A boy was held on suspicion of terror offences He was held on suspicion of engaging in conduct in preparation for terrorist acts. The boy has since been bailed until a date in February, the Met's Counter Terrorism Command confirmed. His home in South London was searched as part of the investigation. A statement said: ""A 15-year-old boy was detained under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act after being arrested on suspicion of engaging in conduct in preparation for terrorist acts (contrary to Section 5 Terrorism Act 2006). "Searches at the address have concluded. The boy was taken to a London police station and he has since been bailed to a date in February. "There is not believed to be any imminent threat to the public in relation to this." Most read in The US SunSCREEN ICON Bob Saget found dead just hours after performing at showHELPING HAND Emergency extra...
    A Chatsworth man has been identified as the driver of a Toyota Tacoma investigators said was involved in a hit-and-run that killed two bicyclists Tuesday evening, Los Angeles Police officials said Wednesday. Nelson Rodriguez, 58, was arrested on suspicion of murder and held on a $4 million bail. Related Articles San Jose bicyclist killed in hit-and-run Authorities identify San Jose man killed by hit-and-run driver Judge scolds Colorado governor over commutation of trucker’s 110-year sentence San Jose motorcyclist killed in Menlo Park traffic collision is identified Highway patrolman fatally strikes two men on roadside, one of them his own brother The victims have not been publicly named pending family notification, but have been described as a woman in her 30s and a man in his 50s, according to a police news release. Detectives believe Rodriguez was traveling westbound on Plummer Street in Chatsworth when he collided near Lurline Avenue with both bicyclists who were traveling the same direction. He allegedly fled the scene and was involved with multiple traffic...
    COSTA MESA (CBSLA) — Costa Mesa Police arrested Jon Scott Weir on Wednesday, on suspicion of causing a fatal collision that killed one pedestrian. The incident in question, which authorities believe was caused by Weir, who was driving under the influence of drugs, took place just prior to 11:30 p.m. on Tuesday evening near the intersection of Victoria Street and Placentia Avenue in Costa Mesa. Weir supposedly struck a pedestrian who was waiting to cross the street. The victim was pronounced dead on the scene. When authorities arrived, they found Weir’s vehicle on fire and a traffic light had been knocked over. However, Weir was able to escape the vehicle under his own power. He was taken to a nearby medical facility to assess his injuries following the incident.
    OAKLAND — One-time KTVU news anchor Frank Somerville was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of driving under the influence following a crash in downtown Oakland, authorities said. The crash happened around 7:45 p.m. near the intersection of West Grand Avenue and Broadway, according to Oakland police. Multiple police and media sources confirmed Somerville was the one arrested. The inmate record at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin showed Somerville was booked and then released with a citation to appear in court. It was not known immediately when that court appearance will be. According to police, the driver of one vehicle hit another vehicle from behind. Video from the scene uploaded by KRON showed the car that ran into the other one was a Porsche. After the collision, the driver of the car that had been hit exited the vehicle, police said. At that point, the Porsche proceeded through the intersection pushing the other vehicle into a pole on the southeast corner of the intersection. Investigators at the scene determined he’d been driving under the influence, police said. An ambulance took Somerville to...
    MOUNTAIN VIEW – A man was arrested Monday on suspicion of stealing more than $20,000 worth of camera equipment from Mountain View High School, police said. Detectives arrested the 35-year-old Mountain View resident at his apartment on the 500 block of Central Avenue, the Mountain View Police Department said in a news release. Police said a search of the man’s apartment turned up several cameras and camera equipment, as well as a firearm with no serial number, otherwise known as a “ghost gun.” “The camera equipment is in the process of being identified and we are in contact with the school to return items that rightfully belong to them,” police said. Police said the arrest stemmed from a nearly two-month investigation. In November, detectives began looking into burglaries at the high school where a suspect was able to access a storage area and take the camera equipment. The man was booked into Santa Clara County jail on charges of burglary, possession of an undetectable firearm and possession of a controlled substance, police said. Related Articles Arrests made in Morgan...
    SAN MATEO – A 32-year-old San Mateo man has been arrested on suspicion of shooting his brother in the face on Christmas Eve, police said. The shooting was reported at about 8:10 p.m. on Dec. 24 at a residence on the 600 block of North Claremont Street, the San Mateo Police Department said in a news release Tuesday. Officers arrived to find a 30-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, police said. The victim was uncooperative, but detectives later identified his brother as a suspect in the shooting. Police said the investigation revealed the suspect had shot the victim in the face during a “heated argument” at their home on North Claremont Street. Officers found the suspect as he was leaving the residence on Christmas Day and arrested him without incident, police said. The suspect was booked into San Mateo County jail on charges of attempted murder, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Related Articles Man sentenced for indecent exposure at Atherton...
    SAN BRUNO – A 16-year-old San Francisco girl has been arrested on suspicion of stealing more than $16,000 in merchandise from a Target in San Bruno, authorities said. On Dec. 16, an employee reported that two suspects had entered the store at 1150 East El Camino Real, placed a large amount of merchandise into their bags and left without paying, San Bruno police Sgt. Kevin McMullen said in a news release Monday. One of the suspects got into the passenger seat of a waiting vehicle. McMullen said officers stopped the vehicle and detained the passenger, identified as the 16-year-old girl, and the driver, identified as a 21-year-old San Francisco resident, without incident. Following an investigation, both were arrested on suspicion of crimes related to burglary, organized retail theft and conspiracy, McMullen said. The 21-year-old was booked into San Mateo County jail and the 16-year-old was released to a guardian pending a future court date at San Mateo County Juvenile Court. McMullen said police were still working to identify the remaining suspect. Anyone with information related to the case can contact...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) —  Around 5 p.m. on Saturday, December 25, Baltimore County police officers responded to the intersection of Reisterstown and Richmar roads to investigate a crash. The crash involved two vehicles, a 2021 Toyota C-HR and a 2015 Honda Civic. The investigation revealed that the driver of the Toyota, 30-year-old Quincy Ross, was pronounced dead at the scene. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Up To 15.85%The two passengers inside his vehicle were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. READ MORE: Injuries Too Much To Overcome In Ravens' Loss To BengalsThe driver of the Civic, 23-year-old Carlos D. Lievano, was arrested and charged with numerous charges and traffic violations, one of which being homicide by a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Lievano is currently being held without bond at the Baltimore County Detention Center. MORE NEWS: 7 Year Old Boy Dies Of His Injuries From A Christmas Morning Apartment Fire 
    Ventura County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 21-year-old man suspected of murder, mayhem and torture in connection with his girlfriend’s death on Christmas Eve, authorities said. Saul Nava, the woman’s live-in boyfriend, was taken into custody at the couple’s Thousand Oaks apartment, according to a statement from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department. Authorities said it was an incident of domestic violence. Deputies responded to an emergency call at about 1:18 a.m. Friday at the apartment complex, at the corner of McCloud Avenue and Hillcrest Drive, said sheriff’s Sgt. Tim Lohman. Upon arrival, police found the victim, who was unresponsive, with “significant injuries throughout her body,” Lohman said. Lifesaving measures by emergency personnel were unsuccessful and the 24-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators found evidence that the victim had been tortured before her death, authorities said. Nava is being held at Ventura County jail on suspicion of three felony charges in lieu of a $2-million bail, jail records show. His arraignment is scheduled for Dec. 28. Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to...
    A Californian man accused of involvement in the death of an aspiring actress and model and her Mexican architect friend appeared in court in Los Angeles on Thursday. David Brian Pearce, a 39-year-old film producer and party promoter, was arrested on December 17 on suspicion of manslaughter, after the deaths of the two women. Christy Giles, a 24-year-old married woman from Alabama, and her friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, a 26-year-old Mexican architect, were last seen at an East Los Angeles warehouse party with Pearce and his friends in the early hours of November 13. Giles's body was dumped later that day outside a Los Angeles hospital; Cabrales-Arzola was still alive when she was abandoned at another hospital, but she died two weeks later. After Pearce's arrest earlier this month, he was separately charged with sexually assaulting four women from 2010 to 2020.  On Thursday, his arraignment on those charges was postponed while he tries to hire a lawyer, and he was ordered to return to court on January 12 to be arraigned.  David Pearce, 39, is seen in court on Thursday in...
    Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón’s top aide is facing a misdemeanor public intoxication charge following his arrest earlier this month during a traffic stop by Azusa police. Joseph Iniguez, 36, was taken into custody at 11:35 p.m. on Dec. 11 after officers pulled over a vehicle for an undisclosed traffic violation in the 900 block East Alosta Avenue, Azusa police said Tuesday in a statement. Police did not say whether Iniguez, who was a passenger, got out of the vehicle, but noted he was arrested for allegedly being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Jail records show Iniguez was released from custody at 3:49 a.m. on Dec. 12. It is Azusa police policy to release intoxicated suspects once they sober up, said Lt. Rocky Wenrick. Azusa police also acknowledged a complaint Iniguez said he filed against the officers who detained him, adding an investigation into the matter has been initiated, though it’s not clear by who. Iniguez could not be reached for comment. Alex Bastian, special adviser to Gascón, declined to specifically comment on Iniguez’s arrest because...
    TikTok personality Bryce Hall confronted a man who entered his West Hollywood, California residence on Tuesday in a clip Hall shared to social media. Police told TMZ that the intruder was arrested in connection with suspicion of burglary. In a clip Hall posted on social media, he held his phone while focused on a man who was standing inside the home on a staircase. Details: TikTok personality Bryce Hall, 22, (L) confronted a man who entered his West Hollywood, California residence on Tuesday in a clip Hall shared to social media  'Look at this f***ing guy, it's the stalker ... and you walked into my house,' Hall, 22, was heard saying in the clip as he focused on the man. 'Get the f*** out of my house! Get the f*** out of my house! Did you really just walk into my house?' In a subsequent clip, the man was sitting outside of the home and Hall asked if he should show his identification to the public 'so you don't do this to other people.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    A fiery crash left one person dead early Sunday morning on Interstate 580 near Dublin. Three vehicles collided around 2:30 a.m. on eastbound I-580 underneath Interstate 680, causing at least one vehicle to erupt in flames, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Eric Anderson. The name of the person killed has not been released, pending notification of next of kin. At least two other people were hospitalized with minor injuries, Anderson said. One person was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in connection with the crash, he said. Further details about the arrest were not immediately available. Related Articles Millions sign petition to change 110 year sentence of trucker who caused deadly 28-car pileup 100 mph drunk driver gets 15-years-to-life for chain-reaction crashes on I-5 in that killed young mother California man arrested after pursuit, crash into home that killed 2 passengers San Jose: Man killed after being thrown off motorcycle South Bay driver arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter after woman dies in two-car crash
    POLICE have released a picture of an 18-year-old who was found dead near a pond. Lily Sullivan was found at Pembroke Mill Ponds shortly after 4am on Friday morning and a 31-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder. 2Lily Sullivan was found at Pembroke Mill PondsCredit: Athena Dyfed-Powys Police released a photograph of Miss Sullivan taken hours before she died in the hope witnesses recognise her clothing. Detectives want to speak to anyone who saw the teenager in the Main Street area from 7.30pm on Thursday and in the Mill Pond area from around 2am on Friday. Miss Sullivan was wearing a white cropped top, blue jeans with ripped knees, white belt and black patent boots. She had a spider tattoo visible on her chest, and had black hair, which was bleached at the front. A force spokesman said: "Her family is being supported by specialist officers. "A 31-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder remains in police custody at this time. "Anyone who may have information that could assist the investigation is asked to get in touch."...
    SAN CARLOS – A 22-year-old Kent, Ohio, man has been arrested on suspicion of extorting and manipulating children to send nude photographs and videos over the internet, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. The man was arrested Tuesday following a “lengthy investigation” by the sheriff’s office, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Kent Police Department, said Lt. Jacob Trickett in a news release. Trickett said the man was charged with Ohio state violations of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material and pandering obscenity involving a minor or impaired person. A search of the man’s residence turned up “sexually exploitative photographs and videos” of victims ranging from 5 to 15 years old, from California to the United Kingdom, Trickett said. Anyone with information related to the case can contact Detective J. Baker at 650-363-4060 or [email protected] Related Articles Trio arrested in connection with San Mateo retail theft Six men arrested in connection with 70 crimes targeting Bay Area Asian women, police say Pacifica day care center worker arrested on...
    A Tesla employee in Northern California is dead and another has been arrested after a fatal shooting outside the company’s Fremont factory on Monday afternoon. Detectives arrested Anthony Solima, 29, of Milpitas on a homicide warrant Monday night, according to the Fremont Police Department. Jail records show Solima is being held on suspicion of murder and is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon. Tesla representatives did not respond to emails from The Times seeking comment on Monday or Tuesday. Business Alarmed by Tesla’s public self-driving test, state legislators demand answers from DMV Until now, the DMV has taken a hands-off approach to Tesla’s development of self-driving cars. State legislators say it’s time for the agency to be more transparent. The incident began with a call for medical aid, police said. Firefighters responded at 3:26 p.m. to a parking lot at Tesla’s factory in the 45000 block of Fremont Boulevard, police said. Upon arrival, they found a man who was unresponsive and had suffered a visible injury. Firefighters called...
    By Bay City News Service A Mount Diablo Unified School District employee was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of attempted enticement of a minor online, the district announced in a letter to parents Friday. The employee, who worked at three campuses in the district, was arrested by a regional task force targeting Internet crimes against children, said MDUSD Superintendent Adam Clark, who did not identify the employee or say where the arrest took place. Related Articles Vehicular manslaughter charge filed against driver accused of fatally hitting Lafayette school crossing guard Teen son arrested in fatal Oakland stabbing of his father Bay Point man sentenced after child porn guilty plea Man in grave condition after East Oakland shooting Oakland man gets prison for East Oakland letter-carrier thefts Clark wrote, “There is no reason to believe that any current or former Mt. Diablo Unified student(s) are involved” in the case. The superintendent said the district is cooperating in the law enforcement investigation and “additional information will be shared as appropriate.”
    PACIFICA – A Pacifica day care center worker has been arrested on suspicion of abusing children under her care, police said. Mikala Ghirarduzzi, 20, of Pacifica, was arrested Tuesday on a $100,000 warrant for three counts of child cruelty possibly resulting in death or injury, two counts of willful cruelty to a child and other related charges, the Pacifica Police Department said in a news release Thursday. The arrest followed a nearly five-month investigation. In July, the police department’s investigations division received information that an employee at a day care center was acting cruelly toward, and possibly harming, children, police said. Police did not disclose the name of the facility but said it was not affiliated with the city’s child care program. The day care center fired Ghirarduzzi after learning about the allegations and fully cooperated with the investigation, police said. During the investigation, police served a total of four search warrants in two counties. Police said investigators worked with the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office to ensure all potential victims were identified and their families notified. Check back...
    A father and son were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of starting a massive California wildfire that destroyed many homes and forced tens of thousands of people to flee Lake Tahoe communities earlier this year, authorities said.  David Scott Smith, 66, and his son, Travis Shane Smith, 32, are accused of reckless arson in a warrant issued before formal charges are filed, the El Dorado County District Attorney’s office said.  Mark Reichel, the attorney for both men, said they were arrested Wednesday afternoon and that reckless arson means starting a blaze by accident but "to such a degree that it was considered reckless."  FOX SQUARE ALL-AMERICAN CHRISTMAS TREE ARSON SUSPECT FREE ON NO BAIL  Firefighter Elroy Valadez sprays water over a spot fire from the Caldor Fire burning along Highway 89 near South Lake Tahoe, California, on Sept. 2, 2021 (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File) Authorities allege they caused homes to burn and people to be seriously injured in the fire that began in August. The Caldor fire scorched more than 346 square miles from east of Sacramento to the...
    (CNN)A father and son have been arrested and accused of starting the Caldor Fire that burned more than 200,000 acres in California earlier this year, according to authorities. The suspects, David Scott Smith, 66, and Travis Shane Smith, 32, are accused of "reckless arson" which "caused inhabited properties to burn and resulted in great bodily injury to multiple victims," the El Dorado County District Attorney's office said in a statement. Criminal charges against the two have not yet been filed, and the district attorney did not elaborate on how the fire was started. The Caldor Fire scorched El Dorado and Amador Counties near Sacramento in August and September, and mandatory evacuations were issued for parts of California and Nevada.Severe drought conditions exacerbated the wildfire -- which grew to nearly 100,000 acres in size in its first week -- and others in the region. At one point in early September, nearly 15,000 personnel were on the frontlines working to contain 13 active large wildfires, according to state agency Cal Fire.David Scott Smith (left) and Travis Shane Smith are accused of "reckless...
    BERKELEY — A 32-year-old parolee previously convicted of child molestation was arrested Wednesday as a suspect in the harassment of teenage girls walking to school, authorities said. In separate incidents, the girls managed to get away from the man after he approached them on foot, claiming to be a police officer and had weapons. On Sept. 29, one girl told police she was walking in the 1300 block of Gilman Street at 6:24 p.m., when the man came up to her, told her he had a gun and said he wanted a hug. After he stepped in front of her to block her path, she managed to run to a safe place. In video footage captured by a resident’s home surveillance camera, the man can be seen walking alongside the girl. Based on the video and the girl’s statements, police described him as a white man in his thirties, about 5-foot-8 to 6-feet tall with short hair and an athletic build, wearing a black baseball cap, dark short-sleeve shirt with a light logo on its left side, cargo pants...
    SAN MATEO – Authorities on Wednesday morning arrested an 18-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of threatening the residents of a home in San Mateo. The incident was reported at about 12:45 a.m. on the 700 block of Monte Diablo Avenue, near North El Dorado Street, the San Mateo Police Department said in a news release. Officers arrived at the scene and ordered the man and boy to stop. They refused and the boy punched one officer in the face, police said. After a brief struggle, officers arrested the boy, police said. The man, meanwhile, was arrested without incident. An “imitation firearm” and a weapon magazine were found on the boy and a “pipe shaped like a baton” was found on the man, police said. The boy was booked into Hillcrest Juvenile Hall and the man was booked into San Mateo County jail on criminal threats and conspiracy charges. In addition, the boy was booked on charges of resisting an executive officer and battery on a peace officer and the man was booked on charges of resisting, delaying...
    A Yuba County woman is facing criminal charges after being accused of trying to drown her 4-year-old son in an irrigation canal and attacking an officer who tried to intervene, the California Highway Patrol said. Taylor Delaine Green, 31, of Dobbins was arrested Monday on suspicion of attempted homicide, child endangerment, resisting arrest, attempting to take an officer’s firearm and driving under the influence of drugs, CHP officials said in a news release. The incident began around 6:30 p.m. when an officer responded to a call of a white Dodge Caravan blocking traffic on Woodruff Lane east of Armstrong Road. While checking the vehicle, the officer heard screaming about 100 yards away, where he found Green in some weeds next to an irrigation canal. She was described in the report as “extremely combative.” “Green was acting irrationally and appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance,” officials said. As the officer got closer, he saw her smothering the child face-down in the muddy embankment. The child was later confirmed to be her 4-year-old son, said Brian...
    Authorities in Northern California announced the arrest of a father and son in connection with the Caldor fire, which burned for 67 days and threatened the community of South Lake Tahoe as it grew to become the 15th-largest wildfire in recorded California history. David Scott Smith, 66, and his son, Travis Shane Smith, 32, were arrested on Ramey warrants, which are issued before criminal charges are filed, according to the El Dorado County district attorney’s office. Both men are accused of “reckless arson,” prosecutors said. Formal criminal charges are pending. The Caldor fire started Aug. 14 and was contained Oct. 21, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Flames consumed 221,835 acres, destroyed 1,003 structures and damaged 81 more. Five people were injured, according to Cal Fire. California ‘Unprecedented’ Caldor, Dixie fires are the first to burn from one side of the Sierra to the other The Caldor fire has also changed the view of fire risk in Lake Tahoe. Together with the Dixie fire, the Caldor blaze...
    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – A father and son have been arrested in connection with the Caldor Fire, which charred more than 220,000 acres in El Dorado and Amador counties, authorities said. David Scott Smith, 66, and Travis Shane Smith, 32, were arrested on Ramey warrants, the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office said in a news release Wednesday afternoon. A Ramey warrant is a type of warrant that is issued before criminal charges are filed. The two men are accused of “reckless arson,” prosecutors said. The Caldor Fire ignited on Aug. 14 and ultimately covered 221,835 acres before being contained on Oct. 21, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Just over 1,000 structures were destroyed and five people were injured. Check back for updates. Related Articles Couple accused of starting fatal California wildfire with gender reveal wants charges thrown out Letters: Saving sequoias | Friends of labor | Weight of MAGA | Boycott Olympics | Resignation over Rittenhouse | DINO ticket Midpen gets grant for program to reduce wildfire risk ...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Father, son arrested on suspicion of starting California wildfire that forced tens of thousands to flee Lake Tahoe area. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    VICTORVILLE (CBSLA) – A Circle K convenience store clerk has been arrested on allegations he stabbed a man during a fight inside the Victorville store early Tuesday morning. The stabbing occurred just after 4 a.m. at the store in the 15800 block of Mojave Drive. READ MORE: 'Holy Mola Mola!' Paddle Boarder Encounters Giant Sunfish Off Laguna BeachSan Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies were called to the store to find the victim, identified as 25-year-old Elijah Griego, with multiple stab wounds. He was taken to a hospital, where he died. READ MORE: Calif. Looks To Be Abortion ‘Sanctuary’ If Roe v. Wade OverturnedInvestigators learned that Griego and the store clerk, 25-year-old Jeremy Fearon, had gotten into a fight which lead to the stabbing, the sheriff’s department said. Fearon was taken into custody on suspicion of murder. He is being held without bail. MORE NEWS: Tiger Woods Will Return To Competition At PNC Championship, 10 Months After Rancho Palos Verdes CrashIt’s unclear what prompted the dispute or whether Fearon and Griego knew each other prior to the altercation.
    REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley's husband PK was "arrested on suspicion of a DUI." The arrest comes just one month after Dorit was robbed at gunpoint in their home. 1PK was 'arrested on suspicion of a DUI' DailyMail.com reported on Monday that PK was pulled over while driving on the 101 in Los Angeles. Once pulled over just off of Laurel Canyon., the Bravo star allegedly blew .081 during a breathalyzer test. According to the outlet, he was held at the station for an hour and driven home by California Highway Patrol. PK was then met by former Los Angeles Police Department officers, who currently guarding his home after the violent home invasion. Back in October, PK was out of town when his home was broken into and Dorit was confronted by the intruders at gunpoint. Most read in EntertainmentSTANDING BY Anna with Josh at child pornography trial as 'Jill and Jedidiah to testify''UPGRADE!' Tristan's former 'mistress' Sydney shows off her boob job after he welcomes baby'SO SAD FOR THEM' Jenelle slammed for 'nasty home with DIRTY WALLS' as...
    Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star PK Kemsley was arrested for suspicion of DUI on November 23 after drinking wine with his dinner.  The reality star TV was pulled over on the 101 in Los Angeles when he blew .081 during a breathalyzer test just off Laurel Canyon, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.  PK was arrested and then taken to the police department in Van Nuys at 12am where he was tested again and blew .073. The legal limit blood in California is .08.  He was held at the station for an hour and driven home by California Highway Patrol where he was met by former officers with the Los Angeles Police Department. They are currently guarding his home after the violent home invasion that occurred there in October.  When PK was pulled over, he was driving alone, and his wife Dorit and two children were not in the car, a source told DailyMail.com. PK Kemsley was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Los Angeles around midnight on November 23  A source close to the RHOBH star was driving home alone after...
    Two Long Beach Police Department officers have been arrested on suspicion of filing false police reports, officials said. Long Beach Police Department officers Dedier Reyes and David Salcedo voluntarily surrendered on Friday, Dec. 3, according to a department news release. In Feb. 2018, Long Beach police detectives discovered discrepancies between the officers’ police reports and a surveillance video involving a firearms arrest, the release said. The two patrol officers had alerted the homicide team to the suspect and the gun, but neither the man nor the firearm were tied to the homicide being investigated, said Long Beach Police spokesman Richard Mejia. However, he said, the detectives found the inconsistencies between the reports and the video. He declined to elaborate on them. The man arrested was immediately released and no charges were filed against him, the news release said. Police did not identify him. LBPD began a criminal investigation into the officers’ actions and submitted a case to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for review in January 2019. Reyes, a 16-year officer who was most recently assigned to the...
    HIGHLAND PARK (CBSLA) — Authorities Saturday said two pedestrians were struck by a vehicle at a gas station in Highland Park. The crash unfolded in the 100 block of N. Avenue 52 at a Chevron station just after 11 p.m., according to police. READ MORE: Bob Dole, Who Overcame Severe WWII Wounds To Lead Senate GOP And Run For President, Dies At 98Two pedestrians were struck and suffered multiple injuries. READ MORE: 1 Dead, 4 Injured In Multi-Car Crash In AnaheimThe driver of a mangled car was arrested on suspicion of felony DUI as a result of allegedly causing injuries. MORE NEWS: Family Of 18-Year-Old Garret Hayward, Killed By Suspected DUI Driver, Hold Emotional VigilNo further details were available. The incident remains under investigation.
    LONG BEACH (CBSLA) – A-29-year-old youth volleyball coach has been arrested on suspicion of multiple counts of sexual battery and sexual crimes against a minor, Long Beach police said Saturday. A female juvenile contacted police on Nov. 30 to report that she had been inappropriately touched by Jerod Curtis of Carson, who was working as a massage therapist in the 5800 block of Naples Avenue, the Long Beach Police Department reported. READ MORE: Parents Of Michigan School Shooting Suspect Plead Not Guilty To Involuntary Manslaughter Charges After ArrestCurtis is also suspected in two sexual batteries involving adult female victims, which occurred in July and November, police said. READ MORE: Local WWII Veterans Head To Pearl Harbor For Remembrance CeremonyHe was arrested Friday and was being held at the Long Beach City Jail on $225,000 bail. MORE NEWS: Firefighters Rescue Infant, Two Adults From Fire At Two-Story HomePolice detectives urged anyone who may know of more alleged victims to call them at 562-570-7321 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477. ???? News Release: Suspect Arrested for Sexual Battery of Three Victims – Additional...
    Two Long Beach police officers are facing felony charges after an investigation into an allegedly falsified police report, officials confirmed Friday night. David Mariano Salcedo, 28, and Dedier Reyes, 38, each face one count of filing a false police report and one count of filing a false government document, according to the Long Beach Police Department. Reyes also faces one count of perjury. “We have high standards and expectations of every employee,” Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna said in a statement. “When the actions of an individual employee erode the values of our organization, and the public trust all of us have worked so hard to cultivate, we all must be held accountable.” The investigation into Salcedo and Reyes began in February 2018 after detectives found discrepancies in police reports and surveillance video related to a gun arrest, police said. “Through their review, detectives learned that the officers’ actions were inconsistent with their written reports,” police said. “The arrested subject was immediately released, and charges were not filed against him.” Police did not elaborate on what the...
    SANTA CRUZ COUNTY (BCN) — A Watsonville man was arrested Saturday morning on suspicion of felony hit-and-run and vehicular manslaughter after the car he was driving hit and killed a man on a bicycle, California Highway Patrol officials said Monday. Steven Kay, 55, was arrested after his 2005 Toyota Matrix allegedly hit a 25-year-old Watsonville man, who was located by the CHP and Santa Cruz County sheriff’s deputies at Green Valley Road and Littleway Lane. READ MORE: Santa Clara Shoe Store Ransacked in Late Night Smash-and-Grab RobberyOfficers and deputies had responded at 1:55 a.m. following a report that a bicyclist was down on the ground there. CHP officials said evidence indicates that the victim was riding north on Green Valley Road at Littleway Lane when he was hit from behind by another vehicle. Officers and deputies allegedly did not locate the vehicle or its driver at the scene of the collision. READ MORE: COVID Omicron: Rush To Vaccinate In East Bay As New Variant EmergesBut at 3:30 a.m. deputies located Kay’s Toyota. An investigating CHP officer went to where the...
    SAN CARLOS (BCN) — Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and a firearm and related offenses in San Carlos Friday night, police said. The case began when a report came in of a suspicious vehicle at the 1100 block of Industrial Road at 8:25 p.m. San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies from the San Carlos Police Bureau tracked the vehicle to a nearby Home Depot parking lot at 1125 Old County Road. READ MORE: UPDATE: News Crew Security Guard Shot in Oakland Dies From Injuries; Photo of Suspect Vehicle ReleasedWhen the deputies checked the driver’s records, they found that he had several outstanding arrest warrants, police said. READ MORE: UPDATE: 2 Men Shot Outside South Bay High School Football Playoff GameFurther investigation revealed that he had a loaded handgun, a substance the deputies suspected to be methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, according to police. Deputies arrested the suspect, 60-year-old Raul Ayon. Ayon was booked into the Maguire Correctional Facility on suspicion of carrying a concealed firearm, felon in possession of a firearm, felon in possession of ammunition,...
    SUISUN CITY (BCN) — A driver who was zooming down State Route 12 at 103 mph in Suisun City early Friday morning was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, along with gun, drug and traffic-related offenses, police said. An officer saw the vehicle booking it down the highway at 103 mph at 1:44 a.m. Friday and, not surprisingly, conducted a traffic stop, police said. The officer found a large amount of marijuana for sale in the vehicle, according to police. The motorist was arrested on suspicion of DUI, gun, drug and traffic-related offenses, police said. © Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News Service. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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    MOUNTAIN VIEW – A former Mountain View resident has been arrested on suspicion of attempting to sell oxycodone pills, police said. On Nov. 2, detectives learned that a person was offering to sell oxycodone pills over the internet, the Mountain View Police Department said in a news release Tuesday. Police said these types of pills have been linked to fentanyl overdoses throughout Santa Clara County and the Bay Area. Detectives launched an investigation and identified the person as a 21-year-old man who previously lived in Mountain View but now resides in San Francisco, police said. The man was arrested Nov. 3 on the 2400 block of Charleston Road in Mountain View. Police said a search of his vehicle turned up several bottles of various pills and cash. The man was booked into Santa Clara County jail on charges of possession for sale of a controlled substance, offer for sale or transportation of a controlled substance for sale, bringing a controlled substance into a jail facility and five warrants, police said. Related Articles NTSB closes probe into fatal South Bay...
    SAN JOSE — Police have arrested a man who shot a fleeing man in the back as part of an alleged ambush in East San Jose in August, authorities said. The shooting was reported at about 2:20 p.m. Aug. 30 in the 1200 block of Sundown Lane, according to San Jose police. Police say detectives determined that four males in a car drove up to the victim, and one of the people in the car punched the victim in the face, and then the group chased him. A member of the attacking group then pulled out a gun and shot at the victim who was running away, hitting him in the back. The group then fled in their car, and the injured man was taken to a hospital where he was treated for his injuries and is expected to survive. Edwin Amezcua has been arrested in connection with an Aug. 30, 2021 shooting that injured a man on Sundown Lane in San Jose, police say. (San Jose Police Dept.)  An ensuing investigation identified 28-year-old San Jose resident Edwin Amezcua as...
    Authorities this week announced the arrest of a 31-year-old Whittier woman who allegedly imported counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination cards from China. Charlene Bohorquez was arrested Friday on suspicion of possession and sales of a counterfeit or deceptive identification document. She was ultimately issued a ticket and ordered to appear at Downey Superior Court at a future date, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The investigation began after federal officials flagged the counterfeit cards, which were being delivered to an address in unincorporated Whittier, and alerted authorities in L.A. County, including the Department of Health Services and the Sheriff’s Department’s Major Crimes Bureau, deputies said. Detectives and staff from the health services department identified Bohorquez as the intended recipient of the counterfeit cards, deputies said. Investigators carried out a search warrant at her residence on Friday and found “dozens” of counterfeit COVID-19 vaccine cards as well as several “items of evidence,” deputies said. Authorities did not specify exactly how many counterfeit cards were recovered. Bohorquez told detectives she ordered the cards from a vendor in...
    A Canyon Country man whose 2-month-old daughter was found unresponsive at the end of September has been arrested on suspicion of murder and child abuse, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. Marcel James Taylor, 26, was taken into custody at the Santa Clarita sheriff’s station on Thursday, according to a sheriff’s spokesperson. Sheriff’s deputies and firefighters found the baby not breathing when they responded to a call at a housing complex in the 18000 block of Grace Lane during the early morning of Sept. 26, authorities said. The baby initially was taken to Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital and later transported to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where she was pronounced dead three days later, according to a Sheriff’s Department report of the incident released Sunday. A sheriff’s official said the investigation into the death led to Taylor’s arrest on charges of murder and “child abuse resulting in great bodily injury or death.” Taylor is being held in jail in Santa Clarita; his bail has been set at $2 million. He is scheduled to be arraigned in court Monday morning...
    CANYON COUNTRY (CBSLA) — Authorities say a man has been arrested in connection with the death of his infant daughter in Santa Clarita back in September. The 2-month-old baby girl was transported to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles on September 29, 2021 from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital following a medical rescue call in the 1800 block of Grace Lane. READ MORE: Driver At Large After Hit-And-Run In LA Claims Life Of PedestrianIt was there that deputies initially responded to a call related to a baby that was not breathing. When they arrived, they found the child unresponsive. The child was later pronounced dead. READ MORE: John Korir, Natasha Cockram Take 1st Place At LA Marathon's 'Stadium To The Stars'After an exhaustive investigation, deputies say the victim’s father was arrested. He was identified as Marcel James Taylor, 26, of Canyon Country. Taylor was booked on suspicion of murder and child abuse resulting in great bodily harm or death. He remains in custody with bail set at $2 million. He is expected to be arraigned Monday. MORE NEWS: Probe Underway After Man Is...
    CANYON COUNTRY, Calif. (KABC) -- A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and child abuse for allegedly killing his 2-month-old daughter last month in a Canyon Country apartment, authorities announced Sunday.Shortly before 3 a.m. on Sept. 26, deputies responded to an apartment in the 18000 block of Grace Lane regarding a medical rescue call of a baby not breathing, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a statement. They found Marcel James Taylor performing CPR on his 2-month-old daughter.Paramedics rushed the girl to Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in Santa Clarita and then transported her to Children's Hospital Los Angeles, where she was pronounced dead on Sept. 29.Authorities said an "exhaustive investigation" led to the arrest of the victim's father, a Canyon Country resident.Taylor was taken into custody Thursday at the sheriff's Santa Clarita Valley station, where he was booked on suspicion of murder and child abuse resulting in great bodily injury or death.He remained in custody Sunday in lieu of $2 million bail. His arraignment is set for Monday at the Los Angeles County Superior Court...
    SAN MATEO – A veteran San Francisco Police Department sergeant has been arrested in connection with a San Mateo drugstore robbery, according to police and media reports. The robbery was reported at about 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Rite Aid at 666 Concar Drive in San Mateo. Sgt. Davin Cole was arrested and booked into San Mateo County jail on charges of second-degree robbery and resisting, delaying or obstructing a peace officer, said San Mateo police spokesperson Alison Gilmore. No other details about the case were released. Cole was off-duty at the time and demanded painkillers from the drugstore, according to media reports. According to Here/Say Media, which first reported the arrest, Cole posted a $57,500 bail bond and was released Thursday. The SFPD stated that Cole was placed on unpaid leave pending an administrative investigation, Here/Say media reported. Cole has been a police officer with the SFPD for nearly 28 years, according to his LinkedIn profile. His current duties include serving as a field supervisor for the homeless outreach unit. Check back for updates. Related Articles Man arrested...
    REDWOOD CITY – A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of biting and injuring a Redwood City police officer during a scuffle earlier this week, police said. Around 4 p.m. Tuesday, officers were called to a business on the 1400 block of El Camino Real in Redwood City for a report of a man who was “demonstrating erratic criminal behavior,” the Redwood City Police Department said in a news release. Police said the man took a basketball from a group of children, threw objects at passing vehicles, tried to push a person off a bicycle and attempted to open the doors of parked vehicles. When officers arrived at the scene, the man ran northbound on El Camino Real in southbound lanes of traffic and was almost struck by several vehicles. Officers eventually detained the man in the parking lot of the Pet Food Express at Sequoia Station. During the arrest, the man “actively resisted” officers and bit one twice, causing a minor injury, police said. The man also suffered minor visible injuries. He was examined at the scene and...
    Two men were arrested last week on suspicion of operating an illegal underground casino in San Jose, according to authorities. Police said that during the summer of 2021, they identified an “underground illegal gambling operation” in the 1600 block of Rogers Avenue in North San Jose and that it was a venue for gambling, buying and selling of stolen property and drug dealing, according to a Thursday news release. Authorities said they served a search warrant on the operation on Sept. 17 and in the process, people inside the business fled by tunneling into nearby businesses and breaking walls. Officers saw the people trying to leave another business, arrested them and also found an indoor marijuana growing operation. Detectives got another search warrant and discovered 33 pounds of marijuana, 25 pounds of THC product, a loaded high-capacity rifle magazine and two guns, according to officials. Two men suspected of owning the business were arrested on Oct. 29 and booked into Santa Clara County Jail, police said. Authorities also recovered more than 300 pounds of marijuana valuing $600,000, two guns, $30,000...
    A man who was a “prominent member” of a Hemet church was arrested on suspicion of assault with intent to commit rape of a 15-year-old, the Menifee Police Department said Wednesday, Nov. 3. On Tuesday, Nov. 2, police served a search warrant in the 32800 block of Heversham Court in Menifee as a part of an ongoing sexual assault investigation of a 15-year-old victim, police said in a news release. The victim had disclosed that 47-year-old Noel Ramos committed “lewd acts” against her on several occasions at his Menifee residence in the last year, authorities said in the release. Ramos was contacted during the search warrant service and was arrested, police said. Police described Ramos as a “prominent” church member at Iglesia Cristiana Armonia Y Gracia in Hemet. Officials at the church could not be immediately reached for comment. Related Articles Morgan Hill pastor arrested on suspicion of child molestation, police say What about husband of jailed Los Gatos party mom facing teen booze, sex charges? Gymnasts Biles, Maroney, Raisman and Nichols ask Congress...
    TURLOCK (CBS13) — A Turlock teacher has been arrested on suspicion sex crimes dating back to 2016, police say. Daniel James Baudino, 38, is currently a teacher at Turlock Junior High School. However, the alleged incidents happened between June-August 2016 while he was a teacher at Turlock High School. READ MORE: Report: Raiders Wide Receiver Henry Ruggs III Facing DUI Charge After Fatal CrashTurlock police say, last week, a victim came forward and reported the incidents allegedly involving Baudino. An investigation began immediately and police soon obtained a search warrant. Detectives say the victim, who was a minor at the time, and Baudino have a 15-year age gap. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?Further, detectives say their investigation uncovered evidence of the allegations made against Baudino. However, exactly what kind of evidence they found has not been disclosed. Baudino was taken into custody on Monday while he was walking at Turlock Junior High School, police say. He was booked into custody on five counts of unlawful sex with a minor...