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Sacramento, CA | Displaced man comes back to mother’s home wielding a shotgun Monday morning.
Per unconfirmed radio reports, neighbors in the 4500 block of 37th Avenue called 911 Morning when they observed an African-American male breaking out the windows of a car in the driveway of a residence and in possession of a shotgun. The subject was pacing back and forth in front of the driveway shouting, apparently at his mother in home. Neighbors continued to pass by on the surrounding sidewalks taking their children to school around the corner. Read more »
From the Sacramento Police Department Daily Log
Saturday, October 29, 2011, 7:57PM
Report of Assault, 65th Ave/Springman St
The juvenile victim is pregnant and became involved in a verbal altercation with the 17-year-old father of her child. Another female juvenile, (also pregnant by the same male) and her friend approached the victim and started to argue with her. Read more »
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Councilman Kevin McCarty explains why District 6 had a very low turn out for support.
Sacramento, CA | Councilman Kevin McCarty explains why his constituents did not want to go to recent City Council meetings on redistricting.
In a series of, what several have called, robust city council meetings over the past four weeks at Sacramento’s City Hall, passionate community speakers from Oak Park have shared their views on redistricting. Read more »
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Sacramento, CA | On a very warm Sunday afternoon, many people came out to celebrate the 5th Annual Chinatown Culture Fair. It was a family friendly event that gave young and old a chance to experience the culture of the Chinese-American community.
The fair started off with the sounds of drums and cymbals as a traditional Lion Dance energized the crowd. As the dancers worked their way through the people, younger children seemed to be in awe or not sure what to make of these large, but friendly beast. Read more »
Hempfest 2011 in full swing (click this image to access more photos)
On a warm Saturday afternoon, the 1st Annual Sacramento Hemp Festival continued its second day of the 3 day event.
They were lined up when the gates opened at 11, and the line grew after the first hour, and stayed pretty steady throughout the day. Early estimates put attendance at around 3 – 4,000 with a few hours to go. Read more »
Team SacPD peddles through beautiful Colorado Monday (click this image to view more photos)
It’s all downhill from here… so to speak. Monday, in the Race Across America, Team SacPD concurred their highest elevation climb of the race. With their climb to nearly 11,000 feet above sea level Monday, the team has climbed a total of 55,952 vertical feet since the start of the race Saturday.
From this point, the majority of the race is downhill except for a few smaller elevations climbs later in the race.
At the time of this posting, the team is skirting the southern part of Colorado and is about half way across the state. Read more »
Team SacPD rides out from the pier at Oceanside as they start the Race Across America (click this image to view more photos)
Team SacPD, started the Race Across America (RAAM) Saturday afternoon. Starting from the pier in Oceanside, they already peddled over 170 miles with just under 2,830 to go at the time of this post. They have cumulatively climbed 8,789 vertical feet and reached a top elevation just over 4,000 above sea level.
The team is now commencing a stretch in the race where over the next 750 miles they will ascend to an elevation of over 10,000 feet above sea level. Until they reach that elevation, they will be on a consistent climb with few brief downhill breathers. Read more »
Team SacPD bicycle racers competing in the Race Across America pose for an impromptu photo. BACK from left: Jim Beezley, Skyler Baldock, Mark Greenlee, Rick Braziel FRONT from left: Matt McPhail, Paul Curtis, Dan Nutley and Neil Schneider. (click this image to view more photos)
Oceanside, CA | Team SacPD starts pedaling across America, a 3,000 mile trek, at 2PM today and will end in Annapolis, Maryland.
The first all police team to compete in the Race Across America (RAAM), entirely comprised of officers from the Sacramento Police Department, assembled in Oceanside over the past few days, prepping and taking care of last-minute details heading into the big start at 2PM today in Oceanside. Read more »
Hundreds congregate at El Dorado Hills shopping center to see great cars and remember our local fallen warriors (click this image to view more photos)
El Dorado Hills, CA | Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. Today at the El Dorado Hills Town Center, the Fallen Warriors Memorial held their 6th annual Motorcycle Poker Run and Car Show.
The mission of the Fallen Warriors Memorial Organization is, “Through a scholarship program and school participation, is to honor and remember former area high school students who gave their lives while serving our country.” Read more »