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    By George Johnston | Red Bluff Daily News RED BLUFF — The Red Bluff Police Department is searching for those involved in a shooting near the Applebee’s Grill and Bar parking lot Friday afternoon. Officers were dispatched around 4:05 p.m. Friday to the intersection of Antelope Boulevard and Sale Lane. After interviewing witnesses, they learned that a group of young men got out of their truck, fired on another vehicle, and then fled the scene westbound on Antelope Boulevard. Nobody inside Applebee’s or the nearby Burger King was harmed. The local hospitals had not received any patients with gun-related injuries as of 5 p.m. Friday. Related Articles Crime and Public Safety | Attempted robbery in Antioch turns into self-defense fatal shooting Crime and Public Safety | Oakley woman fatally shoots man who had elder abuse restraining order against him Crime and Public Safety | Police: 1 dead, 4 wounded in Chicago shooting Crime and Public Safety | Co-owner of popular Filipino restaurant dead in East Oakland shooting Crime and Public...
    Red Bull showed ample pace during the three-day pre-season testing at Bahrain, which saw them being crowned as the big winners of testing. While Mercedes’ evident struggles also underscored the Austrian team’s dominance, Max Verstappen is not choosing to take the German team lightly and expects them to come back. Mercedes have had previous instances of keeping their cards close to the chest. The most famous instance being in 2019 when they were outpaced by Ferrari throughout testing. The German team, however, proceeded to reel off eight consecutive wins at the start on their way to the 2019 championship. So, the Dutchman is right in not believing Mercedes to be so slow. Max Verstappen not fooled by Mercedes’ slow pace In an interview with F1’s official website, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen does not want to be lulled into a sense of false security based on the positive test for the team at Bahrain. He said, “For sure the test was a positive start for us. And you can always be happy when you get that number of laps in...
    A man was dead after being dragged behind a motorcycle through a Red Bluff neighborhood, and the motorcyclist was arrested, police said. Officers had been called at about 10:30 p.m. Monday to Franzel Road, in a residential area, by someone who said a man was bound and lying in the street, said a Tuesday press release from the Red Bluff Police Department. When the officers arrived, a motorcyclist rode away from the scene — and he was dragging what appeared to be a bound man. Police pursued him. Three blocks later, as the motorcyclist made a right turn, the body became detached from the motorcycle. At the same time, an officer fired several shots; none struck the motorcyclist, and he continued to flee. Police found that the man who had been dragged was dead. About a mile later, the motorcyclist crashed on South Main Street near the Interstate 5 on-ramp. He suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was treated at a hospital before being taken to jail. Identified as Ray Cain, 37, of Cottonwood, he was booked on charges of murder, driving...
    CONWAY, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina county is considering relaxing its mining regulations. The Sun News in Myrtle Beach reports Horry County Council could enact zoning ordinances that would make it easier to dig mines near homes and wetlands by allowing mines in all county zones. Mines smaller than five acres would no longer need county certification to operate. Earlier this year, a federal judge ruled the county ordinances were inconsistent with state regulations after mining company Red Bluff Rock sued the county for denying a permit to dig a 50-acre limestone mine near the Red Bluff community. The company had already secured state permits to operate and said county leadership's decision led Red Bluff Rock to miss out on $70 million in profits. After the ruling, attorneys for Red Bluff Rock helped craft the legislation on the table, according to The Sun News. Some landowners and environmentalists are worried the looser laws could create adverse health effects and disturb natural resources. Mining companies say their industry is overregulated by state and local authorities. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All...
    Law enforcement is searching for a pair of women accused of recently assaulting a supporter of President Donald Trump in Fall River, Massachusetts. WHDH reports: Officers responding to a report of an assault and battery in the area of South Main and Hall streets on Oct. 8 spoke with a woman who claimed that she was attacked by two other women for flying Trump flags on her vehicle, according to the Fall River Police Department. The women pulled up to the victim’s vehicle, exchanged words about the flags, and then violently assaulted her as her daughter looked on from the backseat, Fall River Police Lt. Jay Huard said. “She tried to de-escalate the situation by telling the two females to get away from her car. She put her window down to communicate in a better fashion and at that point, she was punched through the open window,” Huard said in a statement. “I would just say maintain your composure. Everybody is entitled to their own opinion,” he added. The alleged incident is the latest in a string of recent assaults targeting Trump...
    COTTONWOOD — Two pipe bombs were discovered and detonated Sunday afternoon at the popular Barge Hole fishing destination on the Sacramento River in Cottonwood. A fisherman reeled in a suspicious device at the mouth of Battle Creek and called the Tehama County Sheriff’s Department around 1:15 p.m. Sunday, according to a press release issued Monday morning by the sheriff’s department. According to sheriff’s logs, the fisherman said the bomb was in about 10 inches of water near the shore. He cleared the area and warned boaters to stay away. A second fisherman reported hooking another device while deputies were en route, the release said. The devices were determined to be live pipe bombs and the area was shut down. The Shasta County Bomb Squad responded and detonated both devices at the scene, the release said. Fishermen are urged to use caution fishing in the area as there may be additional bombs in place, the release said. If a suspicious device is found, call 9-1-1 immediately and stay clear for the device.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 98-year-old Sacramento man, Joe Chew, has been awarded the Chinese American World War II Congressional Medal of Honor. Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost acknowledged the honor at a recent meeting, but the recognition comes from the WWII Chinese American Recognition Project. “I wanted to thank him for his service and honor him with this very prestigious award,” Frost said. The official presentation will be done in Washington D.C., and the presentation will be done by congress. Mr. Chew was born in Red Bluff in 1921. His father had immigrated to the U.S. to flee persecution in China. He was drafted in 1945 into the 1908th Army Service Unit, Camp Beale. “In Red Bluff, where I was born and raised, there’s five Chinese families, and most of the boys went into the service at that time,” Chew said. After the war, Chew earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Chico State, he helped operate his family’s restaurant, then worked as a tax accountant until he retired. He will celebrate his 99th birthday on December 25th. He is very active and...
    INCREDIBLE pictures of two sharks catching waves just feet from a popular Australian beach shows just how dangerous surfing Down Under can be for humans. The unbelievable photos saw the 370-pound copper sharks as they swam up and down with the motion of the ocean less than 65 feet from land. 3Two copper sharks ride the waves in Red Bluff Beach, AustraliaCredit: mediadrumimages/SeanScott/@seanscottphotography 3The copper sharks can swim at speeds of 35 miles-per-hourCredit: mediadrumimages/SeanScott/@seanscottphotography Another image captured the mammals, who can zip through the water at speeds of 35 miles-per-hour, flying on an towering eight-foot wave. The water-riding beasts were captured by professional photographer Sean Scott, 43, from Burleigh Heads, Australia. The encounter lasted for two hours where the father-of-three happily snapped in amazement from 200-feet away off Red Bluff Beach, Australia. Sean said: "This was one of the most incredible wildlife encounters I’ve had. "A lot of people try and tell me the shot was fake, but I hope this sets the record straight. I’ve never shared all these images before. "It just shows how close these sharks...
    RED BLUFF — The gunman who opened fire in a Walmart Distribution Center south of Red Bluff has been identified as a former employee fired by the company in February 2019 for missing a shift. The shooting left six people injured, two of whom died, according to a Tehama County Sheriff’s Office press release. One of the deceased included the gunman, 31-year-old Redding resident Louis Lane. The other was Martin Haro-Lozano of Orland, an employee of the distribution center. Both died from injuries while at local area hospitals. The four other victims were listed in fair condition at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital with injuries ranging from minor to moderate. Two of them were later treated and released. Per the release, at about 3:32 p.m. Saturday, multiple 911 calls were received of an active shooter at the distribution center. A later investigation of the incident determined that Lane circled the distribution center parking four times in his white SUV before crashing his vehicle into the lobby area of the building. Upon crashing, the vehicle caught on fire, and Lane exited with...
                RED BLUFF, California (AP) — A man drove into a Northern California distribution center and started shooting at people Saturday afternoon, killing an employee and wounding four others before he was killed by police, authorities said. The shooting by a 31-year-old man with a semi-automatic rifle started about 3:30 p.m. at the Walmart distribution center south of Red Bluff, a city of about 14,000 people about 131 miles north of Sacramento, California. Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said at a news conference that the shooter circled the parking lot four times before crashing into the building and opening fire with the rifle. Red Bluff Police officers shot and killed the suspect, KHSL-TV reported. The employee who died was Martin Haro-Lozano, 45, of Orland, California, Johnston said. Deputies and firefighters stand outside the Red Bluff Walmart distribution center after a man reportedly opened fire there and rammed his vehicle into the building, Saturday, June 27, 2020, in Red Bluff, Calif. (Damon Arthur/The Record Searchlight via AP)Officials did not identify the shooter, but...
    RED BLUFF, Calif (AP) — A man who drove into a Walmart distribution center in Northern California and went on a shooting rampage that left him and another man dead, and four others wounded, was fired from his job at the center last year, authorities said. Louis Wesley Lane, 31, was fired from the distribution center near Red Bluff in February 2019 after failing to show up for work, Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston told a news conference early Sunday. The violence started Saturday afternoon when a man with a semi-automatic rifle circled the parking lot four times before crashing into the lobby of the building. Lane began shooting randomly into the building and in the parking lot area, where he engaged with Red Bluff police officers who were first to get to the scene, the sheriff’s office said. Johnston said they exchanged 20 to 30 rounds before he was shot by police. The employee who died was Martin Haro-Lozano, 45, of Orland, California. He was taken to the hospital by a sheriff’s deputy due to the extent of...
    Tehama County Sheriff’s Department has released the name of a man, Louis Lane, who they say was involved in a shooting at a Walmart Distribution Center in Red Bluff, California which left the shooter and another man dead. Authorities released the name of the suspect, Louis Lane, at a press conference held on June 28. Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston, said Lane, 31, was fired from his job at Walmart last year. According to Global News, Lane was let go from the distribution center near Red Bluff in February 2019 after failing to show up for work. Global News reported, “after the shooting, Lane engaged with Red Bluff police officers in the parking lot, where they exchanged 20 to 30 rounds … he was shot by police and pronounced dead at a hospital. The man who died has been identified as Martin Haro-Lozano, 45, of Orland, California. CBS San Francisco reported six people in total were initially “transported to local area hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to moderate.” Lane Crashed an SUV Into the Building Before Opening...
    RED BLUFF (CBS SF/AP) — The gunman who crashed his SUV into a Walmart distribution and the opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle in a deadly shooting spree has been identified as Louis Lane, who had been fired by the company in 2019 after failing to show up for his work shift, according to the Tehama County Sheriff’s Department. On Sunday, investigators released Lane’s identity. He was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with Red Bluff police officers in the center’s parking lot Saturday afternoon and later died at a local hospital of his injuries. Deputies said six shooting victims were transported to local area hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to moderate. As deputies arrived on scene, they found Martin Haro-Lozano, 45, of Orland, with life-threatening wounds and immediately placed him into their vehicle and transported him to the nearest hospital. Unfortunately, he from his injuries. Haro-Lozano was an employee of Walmart, but it was not immediately known if he knew Lane. “Based on evidence at the scene, video surveillance and witness statements investigators determined Lane acted...
    New York — A car collided with a Walmart distribution center in Red Bluff, Northern California, and then a shooting occurred, causing at least two deaths and 4 injuries. The shooting occurred at a Walmart distribution center in California. Photo:File / J Pat Carter / . Two people were killed and at least four other people were injured They were rushed to a hospital on Saturday after a man entered a distribution center for Walmart in Red Bluff, a car collided and he started shooting at people. Some people reported hearing between 50 to 60 shots. Lots of law enforcement at Walmart Distrubution Center shooting in Red Bluff. pic.twitter.com/Np7RYvFBbF – Damon Arthur (@damonarthur_RS) June 28, 2020 The two people killed and the four injured were taken to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff, a hospital spokeswoman said. Red bluff is the head city of tehama county and it is about 120 miles north of Sacramento. One employee said the shooting just went on and on after someone rammed a vehicle into the Walmart...
    RED BLUFF — At least six people were injured, two of whom died, in a shooting that took place Saturday afternoon at the Walmart Distribution Center on 99W south of Red Bluff.  Based on interviews at the scene with employees and bystanders, the shooting took place around 3:30 p.m. during a shift change. Allison Hendrickson, manager of Media Relations for Dignity Health North State, confirmed the casualties shortly after 7 p.m. Saturday. The four injured patients were listed in fair condition at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital. At least five ground ambulances responded to the scene, including one from Shasta Regional Medical Center in Redding, and a California Highway Patrol helicopter. According to witnesses, one woman was shot at in the parking lot as she fled the building. The suspect or suspects entered through “asset protection doors,” a witness said. Officials said they could not confirm the number of injured or suspects, or whether anyone was in custody, according to Lt. Yvette Borden, acting public information officer for the Tehama County Sheriff’s Department. An initial sweep of the building had been...
    RED BLUFF (CBS/AP) — Two people were left dead and at least four people were in fair condition at a hospital Saturday after a man drove into a Walmart distribution center outside Red Bluff and started shooting at people. The two deceased people and the four injured ones were treated at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff, spokeswoman Allison Hendrickson told the Associated Press. She declined to provide more details. Walmart distribution center outside Red Bluff. (CBS) The shooting by a man with “AR-type weapon” started about 3:30 p.m. at the Walmart distribution center south of Red Bluff, emergency dispatchers told the Record-Searchlight newspaper. There also was a fire at the site and the suspect appears to have rammed a vehicle into the building, dispatchers said. There were about 200 workers inside the facility, some of whom locked themselves in a room , employees at the center told the KHSL TV station. The suspect was described as being in a white vehicle that had wedged into the building, the Sacramento Bee reported. The shooter was in the middle of...
    RED BLUFF (CBS13) – There are reports of an active shooter at a Walmart Distribution Center in Red Bluff, about 120 miles north of Sacramento, authorities said. Investigators with the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office said several people are hurt. Witnesses reported seeing a car crash into a building and injuring a couple of people before the car caught fire. Authorities said employees locked themselves inside a room and law enforcement officials are working on clearing the building. No further information was released. This is a developing story. Stay with CBS13 for all the latest updates on this story.
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