Police have had a Citrus Heights home surrounded since Thursday morning.
Fire crews are investigating what sparked a fire in a Citrus Heights home Tuesday morning.
A high-speed chase ended Sunday evening after police used spike strips on the suspect’s car.
Kimberly Chittenden was found unresponsive in her home on Monday, and was later pronounced dead.
Neighbors say they were relieved to hear Kim’s daughter wasn’t home at the time of the killing. They say police had been called out before for a domestic disturbance between Kim and a recent boyfriend. Investigators aren’t confirming that, instead asking everyone to be on the lookout for her van.
Citrus Heights police are asking for help to find a van that was stolen after its owner was killed.
Police say a person is dead after a shooting in Citrus Heights late Friday morning.
Police and SWAT teams shut down roads in Citrus Heights this morning as they executed search warrants.
“I think you should take responsibility for yourself,” Citrus Heights resident Ivan Myrick said. “Honestly, if you’re parked illegally or if you parked and didn’t pay the meter, then, I took that chance and pay the ticket.”
Firefighters are investigating the cause of a Citrus Heights house fire on Tuesday morning.
Officers responded to reports of a suicidal man with a handgun in the area. Officers contacted him and talked with him, but at one point, both opened fire. No shots were fired from the man.
Police have surrounded a Citrus Heights home where a man is believed to be hiding from officers.