Placer County Sheriff’s Department
Kenneth Skogen will spend 150 days in jail and be placed on three years probation under the plea deal, which also requires counseling.
Anthony Holmes was allegedly shot during an attempted carjacking by two suspects who were on the run after the death of a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy, and before the death of a Placer County deputy.
His background would have almost certainly flagged him to be expelled from the country again, but he managed to stay under the radar until his arrest Friday on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and carjacking in the deaths of two sheriff’s deputies during a shooting rampage in Northern California.
Antonia Smith says she saw Marcelo Marquez at the motel the night before he was accused of gunning down two deputies. She says he was causing a ruckus at the Motel 6 where investigators say he was staying.
A hearse carrying Michael Davis Jr. was escorted by his law-enforcement family who is struggling to understand what happened Friday.
Anthony Holmes, 38, was listed in critical condition on Friday night after being shot twice, once in the head. A family member told CBS13 on Friday the bullet to his head struck his jaw, and they’re hoping for no brain damage.
Plans for a memorial for Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliverare in process. Davis’ body was transported in a procession from Sacramento to Roseville on Saturday.
Marcelo Marquez of Salt Lake City will face two counts of felony murder for the deaths of Sacramento County deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Det. Mike Davis.
Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Sheriff’s deputy Michael Davis Jr. were shot and killed by suspects in separate, but related incidents. A third deputy was wounded, as well as a man who was carjacked.
Just hours after Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones confirmed the death of deputy Danny Oliver, Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner would make his own emotional announcement.
A critically wounded car salesman is fighting for his life at an area hospital following Friday’s shooting spree that left two deputies dead and injured another deputy.
As the manhunt for the suspect was going on, Herb and Patsy Shrum had a sense the commotion was coming their way.