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With The Retirement Of David Breninger, PCWA Is Looking For A New General Manager

With The Retirement Of David Breninger, PCWA Is Looking For A New General Manager

Placer County Water Agency, announced the retirement of David Breninger, the longtime general manager of the PCWA Board of Directors. Breninger is ending his 23-year career with the water agency and nearly 48 years in public administration. Breninger has overseen management of water resources and hydroelectric energy production, as well…

Keep Track Of Your Catalytic Converter The Easy Way

Keep Track Of Your Catalytic Converter The Easy Way

Sierra College Auto Club and Rocklin Police Department have partnered up to host a free Catalytic Converter Etching Event at the college campus in Rocklin. The free 7th Annual “Etch and Catch” engraving event is coming up on Saturday November 15, 2014. Catalytic converters are a hot commodity for thieves…

Paying Respects to Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael David Davis Jr.

Paying Respects to Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael David Davis Jr.

  Thousands of law enforcement men and women dressed in formal uniform, gathered from across the state on Tuesday to pay their respects to Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael David Davis Jr. The streets were filled with people lined up thru Rocklin including Taylor Road, all the way up to…

Mountain Lion Sighting In Urban Roseville

Mountain Lion Sighting In Urban Roseville

A mountain lion wondered too close to Kaiser Hospital in Roseville giving security guards a scare Tuesday morning. Just after 2 a.m., Roseville Police said they got a call from Kaiser Hospital guards to report that a mountain lion was in the  medical office parking lot on Roseville Parkway. The…

Placer County Probation Department Will Increase Checks

Placer County Probation Department Will Increase Checks

Placer Counter Probation Department said that they will be able to start to crack down and monitor felony and repeat misdemeanor DUI offenders more closely thanks to a grant. According to a press release issued by the county, DUI offenders are over represented in traffic crashes involving alcohol and other…

PCSO Deputies Shoot and Injure Suspect

PCSO Deputies Shoot and Injure Suspect

On Sunday night, at approximately 10:30 p.m., deputies from the Placer County Sheriff’s Office apprehended a Colfax man who rammed a PCSO K-9 officer’s SUV. A PCSO deputy initially saw a stolen car parked at the AM/PM on Lincoln Way in Auburn. As a man walked out of the store…

Silver Alert Canceled, Mary Dye located in Citrus Heights

Silver Alert Canceled, Mary Dye located in Citrus Heights

Silver Alert Canceled, Mary Dye located in Citrus Heights. On October 31st, the Rocklin Police Department received information from a family member that Mary Dye was possibly at an unknown address in Citrus Heights. Rocklin Police Detectives began an extensive search with assistance from the Citrus Heights Police Department. After…

A Safe Ride Home Ends Up Deadly For Former Sierra College Student

A Safe Ride Home Ends Up Deadly For Former Sierra College Student

A safe ride home on Halloween turns tragic as a Lyft Taxi carrying passengers, was involved in a fatal accident on Interstate 80. Lyft Taxi is a flat rate taxi service where common cars are driven by contracted drivers, like the Toyota Camry that the passengers were traveling in on…

Man Driving Red Pickup Truck Sought Again For Attempted Kidnapping

Man Driving Red Pickup Truck Sought Again For Attempted Kidnapping

  Once again, a man described as middle-aged, driving a small red pickup truck, attempted to abduct a Nevada Union High School student on Hughes Road.  Grass Valley Police said the incident occurred around 7:30 a.m. last Thursday morning before school.  NU Principal Dan Frisella said the man pulled over…

Getting The Answers From Auburn Police Department

Getting The Answers From Auburn Police Department

Auburn Police Department is holding a Q&A session in light of the recent critical incidents that occurred on October 24, 2014, in the City of Auburn, as well as the County of Sacramento. The town forum is being held on Monday, November 3, 2014 at 6 p.m. at Canyon View…