SacPD officers make a felony stop in OakPark of a vehicle matching the description of a wanted vehicle.
House fires, another fiery vehicle crash, felony stop and more action news for this last Thursday of February, 2013.
Thursday’s action takes us all over Sacramento; the timeline is chalked full of assaults, fires, vehicle stop at gunpoint, flames from a homes rooftop just to earmark a few of the many incidents. Read more »
SacMav’s Action News Incident Timelines are aggregated throughout each day and run live on the site during the day. At days end the blog is finalized to become an archived recap of each day.
Wednesday’s incidents included a barricaded gunman in Manteca surrounded by propane tanks, a suspicious vehicle fire in the South Sacramento area and more.
View a recap of incidents in this timelined blog with details aggregated throughout the day from various sources. Read more »
Sacramento City Firefighters extricate two victims of a vehicle rollover crash at q and 26th Streets
The began Tuesday with an intense homicide situation in the South Sacramento area. The action continued into the afternoon with a T-bone rollover accident resulting in the extrication of two victims who were transported to the hospital. Read more »
Officer Michelle Lazark, SacPD and backup officer question sword carrying traveler at Amtrak station
From random pellet gun shootings to flaming vehicle crashes and stabbing homicides, Sacramento ran the gamut of incidents Monday.
The mid-morning activity began with a report of a man with a sword at the Amtrak station downtown and early reports of the arrest of a murder suspect in a south area stabbing incident.
In the afternoon a four car collision on Business 80 at Exposition resulted in a fiery blaze and one person injured.
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Smoke filled the area of SB I-5 near Garden Highway Sunday night as firefighters battled a hay truck blaze
Sacramento action started early Sunday morning keep Sacramento Police Officers busy with multiple large fights after the night clubs shut down and the patrons were pushed onto the streets and into the communities. Read more »
In a permitted demonstration that was not theirs, Occupiers clash with officers who were protecting the legal demonstrators.
We are trying a new format we hope you will enjoy for aggregating and reporting a running timeline of relevant action news incidents throughout each day. At the conclusion of each day we will post the recap for archival purposes.
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Sacramento, CA | “Hostage is up! Suspect is down!”, said the SWAT officer over the radio as a fast food restaurant hostage situation reached a dramatic end.
A Jack in the Box robbery gone bad turns into a hostage situation leaving two hostages and one gunman in the restaurant Saturday afternoon.
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Clothing articles lay in a pool of blood after the incident. The victim was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead from his gunshot wouns
By Jared Goyette / Sac Press
A man in his 30s was killed during an early morning gunfight in the parking lot next to the ampm gas station at the intersection of 28th and J Streets in Midtown, according to the Sacramento Police Department.
Police spokesman Sgt. Andrew Pettit said that while it is still early in the investigation, the evidence police have collected so far indicates that the victim may have been Read more »
Firefighters from Engine 56 extinguish a spontaneous combustion fire in a container of rags at Tidee Didee Laundry Service
Sacramento, CA | Another fire on Otto Circle strikes at Tidee Didee laundry service while neighboring business owner saves the day.
A neighboring business owner in an industrial area off of 47th Ave and Otto Circle, came out of his business Friday evening and saw smoke and flames coming from antoher busienss.
Terry Lewallen called 911 as he was rushing to the business, forced entry to the yard, grabbed a nearby pallet jacket and got the burning Read more »
Dry Conditions and Increased Fire Activity Lead to Burning Suspension
Sacramento – California’s increased fire activity, coupled with the current weather forecast for continued heightened fire danger, has prompted CAL FIRE to suspend all burning permits and open fire within the State Responsibility Area of California. The Burn Ban suspends all residential burn permits, forest management, hazard abatement, and other industrial-type permitted burning within the 31 million acres of State Responsibility Area. Read more »