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Elderly Diamond Springs Couple Hospitalized With Mysterious Injuries

Elderly Diamond Springs Couple Hospitalized With Mysterious Injuries

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On Wednesday morning, an elderly couple from Diamond Springs was hurt and hospitalized for a circumstance that is  being called a mystery. According the El Dorado County Sheriff’s office, a woman called 911 from her home in Diamond Springs at 8:33am to report that she and her husband were taken…

Grass Valley Man Smashes Into Nevada County Sherriff’s Patrol Car, Arrested For DUI

Grass Valley Man Smashes Into Nevada County Sherriff’s Patrol Car, Arrested For DUI

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On Sunday, at 5:33, an on-duty deputy with the Nevada County Sheriff’s Department was driving southbound on Brunswick Road in his marked patrol vehicle, a Ford SUV.   At the same time, William Medlyn, 48, of Grass Valley was driving in a 2006 Pontiac Vibe station-wagon on Green Horn Road and…

Roseville Police Catch Stalking Trailblazer

Roseville Police Catch Stalking Trailblazer

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Roseville Police responded to several reports from many female joggers who have reported being stalked by a male suspect while out for a run. 22-year-old Logan Dale Fagre of Roseville was arrested on stalking charges after police said that he followed female joggers in his car on multiple occasions.  According to…

With the New Year, so come a litany of new laws

With the New Year, so come a litany of new laws

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  California will see the nearly 900 bills passed in 2014 by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Jerry Brown go into effect beginning January 1st.    With the continual drought so comes some new groundwater laws. California’s historic drought prompted the Legislature to take action in 2014, leading lawmakers…

Snowmobile Ride Turns Deadly For Folsom Man

Snowmobile Ride Turns Deadly For Folsom Man

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A post-Christmas snowmobile outing turned deadly for one and severely injured another.  Two Folsom men were out taking advantage of recent snowfall in Strawberry when the accident occurred.  The crash happened at about 6 p.m. Friday in the mountains of El Dorado County. The CHP said the snowmobile was traveling…

The Grinch Of South Lake Tahoe Gets Arrested On Felony Charge

The Grinch Of South Lake Tahoe Gets Arrested On Felony Charge

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South Lake Tahoe police arrested a man on Christmas Eve for breaking into a home that didn’t belong him. At about 6:30 a.m., Daniel Vega, 24, broke in and robbed a large vacation home on the 3100 block of Fresno Avenue.  The only problem is that the vacation rental home…

Be Cautious Of The Carmel Apples Put Under Your Tree

Be Cautious Of The Carmel Apples Put Under Your Tree

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Placer County public health officials announced Wednesday that a nationwide outbreak of listeriosis associated with commercially produced prepackaged caramel apples may have extended into Placer County.  Initial reports indicate that an El Dorado County resident recovering from listeriosis probably acquired the illness from a caramel apple purchased at a retail…

Winter’s First Snow Survey Set for December 30

Winter’s First Snow Survey Set for December 30

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California’s hopes for ending one of the worst droughts in a century could come with some good news with the first Winter First Snow Survey. After three consecutive years of below-average snow and rainfall, much of the surface and groundwater in reservoirs are depleted.  Surface reservoirs are unlikely to be…

Good Samaritans Pull Over To Help Stranded Motorists and Get Assaulted

Good Samaritans Pull Over To Help Stranded Motorists and Get Assaulted

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On Saturday at 2:15 in the morning, 40 years old, Aaron James Pagnozzi was driving a sedan on SR-20 east of Washington Road when he drove partially onto the shoulder and stopped.  He became stuck in the mud and partially blocked the right side of the roadway.  After becoming stuck,…

Rocklin Woman Embezzles Money From Business

Rocklin Woman Embezzles Money From Business

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On Tuesday December 23, detectives from the Rocklin Police Department arrested Darla Miller of Roseville for embezzling over $90,000 from several Rocklin businesses. In September, Miller was working as the Officer Manager for Lawton Industries before the embezzled funds were discovered by a fellow employee of the business. The crime…