Raymond Brewer, a 15-year-old star athlete, was shot and killed by a Sacramento Police sergeant who thought the teen and his friends were an armed group of robbers. It turns out, Brewer had a broom he used to fend off dogs in the neighborhood.
Sacramento Police say it happened several times in North Sacramento. The victims would forget to answer that last question: Would you like another transaction?
The nonprofit Cover Your K-9 stepped up and donated them. Organizers like the group have popped up in recent years to help cash-strapped departments take care of their dogs.
He tried telling officers it was an old injury he reaggravated while running from cops, but officers didn’t buy it.
By now, you’ve probably seen the video of Louis Buchetto helping officer Paul Curtis tackle a man sought for outstanding warrants and a burglary.
During a struggle with the woman over her purse, one of the suspects fired, hitting the woman in the lower leg.
Police circled the neighborhood in helicopter on Saturday looking for 31-year-old Desirae McKinney’s son. He was found at around 8 p.m. that night.
Paul Curtis is a physically gifted 15-year veteran. He rode his bike across the country in 2011 and is a department fitness coordinator.
Our cameras were there when the suspect hopped over a fence and took off on a bike toward CBS13 photojournalist James Taylor.
The short chase ended just before 2:30 p.m. near Millbrook and Ruskut ways when the driver hit a parked car.
Three unsuspecting women were attacked in two days—one in the Walmart parking lot on Truxel Road in Natomas, and two others at shopping centers on Florin Road.
Violeta Rivas-Corleta and friend Anthony Meza are accused of kidnapping a young woman and holding her for ransom at an apartment complex.