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Two Arrested for Murder

February 22nd, 2010 at 1:51 pm » Comments (0)

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Detectives booked two men for murder over the weekend in connection with a case that was originally reported as a missing person. On February 15, 2009 ...more »

“At Risk” Garberville Man Goes Missing

May 8th, 2009 at 9:16 am » Comments (0)

Humboldt County Sheriff's Office - Press Release Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Garberville man who has been missing after unexpectedly dropping off his child at his ex-girlfriend’s house ...more »

Humboldt Sheriff Searches For Man Overboard

March 11th, 2009 at 5:08 pm » Comments (0)

Subject: Missing Person Case: 200901632 The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a missing person early this morning after two men said a shipmate had fallen overboard while ...more »
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    • Kern County approves state’s biggest ‘oil train’ project September 11, 2014
      The Kern County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a controversial plan to ship millions of gallons of volatile crude oil daily on trains through California to a refinery in Bakersfield. Opponents immediately said they will consider suing to stop the project. Tracks run alongside the construction of the Plains All American crude oil termina
    • Crude-oil protesters disrupt Bay Area plant September 4, 2014
      A dozen activists chained themselves to a gate Thursday in Richmond to protest crude-oil shipments on rail into the Kinder Morgan rail terminal. There were no reports of arrests, but demonstrators said they were able to shut the facility down for three hours. The Richmond oil transfer station receives shipments of volatile Bakken crude oil from North Dakota
    • Corvette crashes after hitting deer in Sutter County; driver dies August 29, 2014
      A Corvette crashed and caught fire after hitting a deer in rural Sutter County on Thursday. The driver, a man from Meridian in Sutter County, died. The California Highway Patrol said that a 47-year-old Meridian, Sutter County, man was driving westbound on Pass Road, east of Kellogg Road, in rural Sutter County at about 9:15 p.m. Thursday when the 1986 Chevro
    • Missing Truckee man found dead August 27, 2014
      Skeletal remains found near Donner Lake by hikers last month have been identified as Duane Colin, 60, of Truckee, who was reported missing in March.
    • Lodi-area terror suspect says he would not have acted against his own country August 27, 2014
      In his first public comments on his case, Nicholas Teausant said he is not dangerous but the victim, in part, of his own words and boasts to an informant and an undercover FBI agent. Terror suspect Nicholas Teausant, 20, speaks to Sacramento Bee reporter Sam Stanton at the Sacramento County jail on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. Teausant is from Lodi and is accused
    • Lodi-area man is one of several U.S. citizens accused of backing ISIS August 27, 2014
      Nicholas Michael Teausant, an Acampo man arrested in March as he tried to cross into Canada aboard an Amtrak bus, made a brief appearance Tuesday in federal court in Sacramento, where prosecutors said the case involved classified information. Teausant was ordered to return to court in October after undergoing more mental testing. Nicholas Michael Teausant, s
    • Use of Napa County Hall of Justice, jail restricted due to earthquake damage August 27, 2014
      The Office of the State Fire Marshal restricted use of the Napa County Hall of Justice and Jail Annex after a safety inspection Tuesday morning found that the exterior and interior walls of the building had sustained minor damage in Sunday’s earthquake, county officials reported. Broken olive oil bottles litter the floor at the Lucero Olive Oil store in Napa
    • Teen earthquake survivor ‘hanging in there’ August 27, 2014
      Nick Dillon said he is “hanging in there” after a nine-hour surgery for injuries to his pelvis that he suffered during Sunday’s earthquake in Napa. Nick Dillon displays soccer gear given to him by Republic FC player Max Alvarez at UC Davis Medical Center on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, in Sacramento, Calif. Dillon was the most seriously injured person in the Napa
    • Napa boy upgraded to fair condition after quake chimney collapse August 27, 2014
      On Sunday, Nicholas Dillon, 13, survived an earthquake and a torrent of crashing bricks in his family’s Napa home. On Monday, he sent his aunt out to meet the press – just to let his pals, and the world, know that he is OK. Nicholas Dillon, 13, suffered multiple pelvic fractures when bricks dislodged from a fireplace at his home and fell on him during an ear
    • String of sexual assaults on walker, joggers in Fairfield August 20, 2014
      Fairfield police released an image of a man they believe either made suggestive remarks or sexually assaulted two female joggers and a pedestrian earlier this month. Composite image of Fairfield sex assault suspect
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    • 2 MARC stations remain closed over downed lines September 17, 2014
      ABERDEEN, Md. (AP) - Two Maryland Area Regional Commuter train stations remain closed Wednesday because of downed power lines. A MARC spokeswoman says buses are in place at the Aberdeen and Perryville stations and are taking passengers to the Edgewood station. It's still unclear when the stations, which ...
    • New York man charged in plot to kill U.S. troops for Islamic State September 17, 2014
      The FBI charged an upstate New York man, Mufid Elfgeeh, on terror-related counts after they unearthed his alleged plot to buy guns to carry out an Islamic State attack on U.S. troops. The Justice Department said Mr. Elfgeeh posted threatening messages on Twitter with pictures and captions that read, "fighting ...
    • Ferguson government meeting marked by angry protests — again September 17, 2014
      Angry protesters disrupted a local government gathering of Ferguson authorities, shouting for justice for fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown — the second time St. Louis residents have staged such an outburst at an official meeting in a week's time. Protesters erupted at Ferguson City Council's first meeting since Brown's death ...
    • Hunt on for survivalist charged in trooper killing September 17, 2014
      BLOOMING GROVE, Pa. — Hundreds of law enforcement officers fanned out across the dense northeastern Pennsylvania woods Tuesday in the hunt for a heavily armed survivalist suspected of ambushing two troopers as part of a deadly vendetta against police. Eric Matthew Frein, 31, of Canadensis, is "extremely dangerous" and residents ...
    • Lava on Hawaii continues moving through vacant lot September 17, 2014
      PAHOA, Hawaii (AP) - Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano continues to move slowly through a vacant lot in a rural subdivision. Hawaii County spokesman Kevin Dayton says it looks like the lava will bypass homes in the Kaohe Homesteads subdivision. He says that as of Tuesday, the lava is about ...
    • Search for Md. sisters missing since 1975 resumes September 17, 2014
      Investigators from two states were searching an area near Lynchburg, Virginia, for the remains of two young sisters from Maryland who were abducted in 1975, police said late Tuesday. Capt. Paul Starks, spokesman for the Montgomery County, Maryland, police department, told The Associated Press that police are looking for the ...
    • The Washington Times launches U.S. Constitution app for smartphones, tablets September 17, 2014
      The Washington Times on Wednesday launched a smartphone and tablet app celebrating the U.S. Constitution and other important founding documents as part of a nationwide project to empower schools, parents and community leaders to teach constitutional literacy to the newest generation of Americans. The Washington Times' Pocket Constitution App, developed
    • Doctor, VA watchdog set to clash at Hill panel hearing September 17, 2014
      The doctor who helped expose the VA health care scandal will tell Congress on Wednesday that patients did indeed die because they were stuck on secret waiting lists, and will accuse the department's inspector general of trying to cover up the problem. Dr. Sam Foote, who worked on some of ...
    • CENTCOM leader sought ground troops in Iraq September 17, 2014
      The top U.S. commander for the war against the Islamic State wanted to insert air controllers on the ground in Iraq to help warplanes locate targets, but he was discouraged by higher-ups. The incident between Army Gen. Lloyd Austin III, chief of U.S. Central Command, and Army Gen. Martin E. ...
    • Obama White House forcing new gun buyers to declare race, ethnicity September 17, 2014
      The Obama administration quietly has been forcing new gun buyers to declare their race and ethnicity, a policy change that critics say provides little law enforcement value while creating the risk of privacy intrusions and racial profiling. With little fanfare, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in ...
    • Bobby Jindal fights back in Democrats' 'war on women' September 16, 2014
      Republicans have found a way to combat Democrats' "war on women" strategy by calling for more open access to contraception, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said Tuesday. GOP Senate candidates have made inroads in North Carolina and Colorado by saying the answer to this year's Supreme Court decision ruling that companies ...
    • Doctor who exposed VA scandal to tell Congress that IG tried to hide problems September 16, 2014
      The doctor who helped expose the VA health care scandal will tell Congress on Wednesday that patients did indeed die because they were stuck on secret waiting lists, and will accuse the department's inspector general of trying to cover up the problem. Dr. Sam Foote, who worked on some of ...
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