After 16 years of rides, “Roar” at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom said farewell.
Officials say a man and a woman were found dead and a second man was found injured in an apparent murder-suicide in a suburb of San Francisco.
An iconic roller coaster at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is “roaring” for the last time next month.
The Vallejo Police Department is now in a public relations crisis mode, accused of incompetence and botching a high-profile kidnapping case.
FBI agents have arrested an Orangevale man in connection with the kidnapping of Vallejo woman Denise Huskins, and say he might have committed similar crimes.
Police say a woman suspected of shoplifting bit a store worker while trying to get away.
While the question of whether or not Huskins really was kidnapped from her Vallejo home still lingers, public relations expert Doug Elmets says there’s little question police jumped the gun.
The lawyer for a Vallejo woman who claims she was kidnapped says her story is no hoax. In fact, her attorney told the public Thursday night that Denise Huskins’ kidnapping was not staged, as police had previously reported.
Huskins was reportedly kidnapped on Monday from the Vallejo home she shared with her boyfriend. Authorities found her on Wednesday morning near her father’s apartment in Huntington Beach.
Search dogs hinted at an area that could be related to Denise Huskins’ alleged kidnapping. Sonar has been deployed in the area, and divers could go into the water on Wednesday.
Vallejo Police continued its search for Denise Huskins, 30, and is releasing little information about her disappearance. Police searched her boyfriend’s home on Mare Island where the alleged kidnapping took place.
Police in Northern California say a woman was kidnapped and is possibly being held for ransom.