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Stockton Police Asking For Help To Find ‘Suspicious’ Man Caught On Video

Police are asking for help from the public to find a man who they’re calling suspicious. He was caught on video trying to get inside a Stockton family’s home.



Police Respond To Fight, Find Woman Dead At Natomas Home

A woman has been found dead at a home in Natomas, the Sacramento Police Department said on Thursday.


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Active Grenade Found Outside McDonald’s Restaurant In Maryland

An active military-grade hand grenade was uncovered Saturday afternoon in the parking lot outside a Maryland McDonald’s.


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Sacramento Police: Discovery Of Latest Decapitated Carcass ‘Suspicious’

The carcass of a dead, decapitated animal was discovered in a bag in Sacramento on Sunday night.


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Police: Suspect In Modesto Slayings Accused Of Killing Mother

A Modesto Police Department spokesman on Monday said the mother of accused killer Martin Martinez was one of the five people found dead over the weekend.


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One Man, 3 Teens Allegedly Fire 26 Rounds At Stockton Police Vehicles

Three people were arrested in Stockton last night after they allegedly fired over two-dozen rounds at police vehicles.


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Bill Expands Use Of Freeway Signs To Help Catch Hit-And-Run Suspects

CHP is looking for a suspect after a deadly hit-and-run incident on Wednesday morning. It happened at Marconi Avenue and Calderwood Lane near Del Paso Country Club.


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Bill Targeting Racial Profiling Requires Data On Officers’ Stops

California lawmakers on Wednesday narrowly approved legislation to reduce racial profiling with unprecedented data collection on police stops.


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President Obama’s Call To Limit Military Equipment For Police Departments Draws Criticism

President Barack Obama’s call to limit military-style equipment for police across the country has already prompted California legislation and law-enforcement advocates railing against it.


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Police: Alleged Car Thief Was Carjacked

Police in a Los Angeles suburb have arrested a man who reported being carjacked. They say he stole the car in the first place.


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Airport Police Left Live Dynamite At Museum For Four Days After Training Exercise

The official, who was briefed on the incident and wasn’t authorized to speak publicly, said workers on the tarmac found the dynamite Tuesday.


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Oregon Bill Would Prohibit Charges For Filming Police, As Long As Citizens Don’t Interfere

The American Civil Liberties Union, which supports the bill, says Oregon law isn’t clear on the legality of videotaping police officers. The ACLU says people who document arrests and the use of force shouldn’t be subject to arrest and prosecution for eavesdropping or interfering with law enforcement.