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Archive for September, 2011

Jail sentence, $15,000 fine, fishing ban ordered in abalone case

HumboldtJail sentence, $15,000 fine, fishing ban ordered in abalone case
The Daily Journal
An Antioch man this week was sentenced to six months in county jail, fined $15,000 and banned from fishing for life after he admitted in Mendocino County Superior Court to a felony charge of participating in a conspiracy to take abalone for commercial sale.
Northern California News

Man drives off with woman on hood

HumboldtA 32-year-old Ukiah man was arrested Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence after allegedly driving off with a woman on the hood of his car, the Ukiah Police Department reported.
Northern California News

Guilty plea in standoff case

HumboldtA Humboldt County fugitive, arrested in Willits in February after an 11-hour standoff with local law enforcement, pleaded guilty to two felony charges Tuesday in Mendocino County Superior Court just before the time set for his trial to commence.
Northern California News

Pitchforks thrown during chase ending in DUI arrest

HumboldtA Eureka man allegedly led California Highway Patrol officers on a 100-mph chase Friday evening between the Burke Hill grade south of Ukiah for about eight miles to Hopland, reportedly throwing pitchforks as he went, according to CHP spokesman officer Randy England.
Northern California News

Police and fire log: Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011

HumboldtThe following were compiled from reports prepared by the Ukiah Police Department. To anonymously report crime information, call 463-6205.
Northern California News

Fort Bragg leader slain in forest: Massive manhunt continues west of Willits

Humboldt HFort Bragg Councilman Jere Melo, 69, was shot and killed Saturday morning in a remote wooded area east of Fort Bragg. His suspected assailant Aaron Bassler, 35, of Fort Bragg, has become the focus of a massive manhunt, involving personnel from nearly every county and state law enforcement agency within Mendocino County.
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Sherwood Road repairs likely to snarl traffic

Humboldt HSome $166,000 was authorized last week by the Willits City Council to make emergency repairs to the portion of Sherwood Road within city limits.
The repairs will restrict traffic outside of peak traffic periods for nearly a month.
news from Northern California

Early morning robbery on Barbara Lane

Humboldt HAn 18-year-old Willits man was beaten and robbed at 2:20 a.m. Sunday morning on Barbara Lane. Two men have been arrested by police for the robbery.
Three 18-year-old men were walking on East Barbara Lane behind the Chevron station when two men accosted them demanding money, police say.
news from Northern California

Cowboy Poetry at Emandal nets more than $6,000 for Willits library

Humboldt HCowboy Poetry at Emandal nets more than $6,000 for Willits library

Emandal’s lush green lawn was filled with lawn chairs and picnic blankets beneath apple-filled trees last Saturday as some 175 people came to listen to the music, wisdom, stories and poetry of Stephanie Davis and the Road Runners, Ray Doyle, Gail Steiger, Sourdough Slim and Robert Armstrong.
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Piercy man gets seven years for DUI death

Humboldt HAnton Timothy Kloiber of Piercy was sentenced to seven years in state prison this month after pleading no contest in Lake County Superior Court to gross vehicular manslaughter while under the influence of drugs or alcohol with a special allegation for injuring a second victim.
news from Northern California

Mendocino County court changes

Humboldt HJudge Richard Henderson has been elected presiding judge of the Mendocino County Superior Court, effective January 1, 2012. Henderson will replace current Presiding Judge Cindee Mayfield, who has held the position for six years.
news from Northern California

CRME TIME for August 31, 2011

Humboldt HThe following items were compiled from reports prepared by fire and law enforcement agencies. Reports are calls for service or other complaints by area citizens, which may only reflect one point of view.
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Fortuna Chamber creates marketing tool; ‘Lip-dub’ video to be seen by thousands

Humboldt BTaking a highly successful video marketing tool idea from the City of Grand Rapids, Mich., the City of Fortuna and the Fortuna Chamber of Commerce decided they would produce their own, one-of-a-kind video, or “lip-dub,” capturing all the things that make the Friendly City the unique and special community it is.
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Flames to ashes

Humboldt BOn Wednesday, Aug. 24, at around 9 p.m., an old and abandoned single-story house went up in flames, probably the result of trespassers who have been seen frequenting the property over the years.
news headlines from Northern California

Ship in a window

Humboldt BA replica of the Wapama ship can now be viewed in the front window of the Ferndale Emporium at 344 Main St. in Ferndale. The 9-foot version of the historic ship was created by Andy Doerner.
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