The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a fatal stabbing that happened in Isleton Sunday night.
Susan Green’s body was pulled from the San Joaquin River on Sunday off of West Brannan Island Road.
This isn’t the first death threat former Isleton police chief Steve Adams has received, but he says it’s by far the scariest.
From death threats to vandalism, the former Isleton police chief says he’s found himself the victim of crimes.
Police Chief Steve Adams was put on paid-leave after posting on Facebook that he wanted the media to know the truth about the department, and now the city has officially let him go.
Several tips came forward to police with credible information. But, as soon as the investigation began, it ended when the Isleton Police Department was shut down.
She’s afraid he’ll get away with it. The wife of an Isleton officer says she wants the city of Isleton to know no one had any idea that one of their officers was fooling around instead of protecting them.
It was on their dime, the taxpayers of Isleton, that a police officer is accused of having sex with two women in his city-issued patrol car while on duty.
Isleton City Manager Dan Hinrichs says he put Police Chief Steven Adams on leave after he received complains from the public about Adams’ Facebook postings.
Gong Xi Fa Cai means Happy New Year in Mandarin. Sacramento’s rich Chinese history allows several ways to celebrate 2012’S Year of the Dragon in the area.
Citizens in the small Delta town of Isleton are edgy after learning their police department has closed up shop because the city is unable to pay its required worker’s compensation insurance.
A fed-up local businessman blamed the bad economy for bad work ethic. Monday night, he made a plea on CBS13: he was looking for good people to hire. The response was overwhelming.