Aaron Jordon Caudillo’s bail was raised to $1 million in the death of three young people from Placer County. Caudillo was speeding the wrong way on I-80 earlier this month when he crashed into their car.
“Before the Impact”, a traffic safety program designed to educate teenagers and their parents about the consequences of making bad decisions as a vehicle driver or passenger, will be presented Feb. 3 in Elk Grove.
Q: Are there any leads in the 1984 unsolved murder of 18-year-old Evie Costen? Body parts were found in December 1984 at Mather Field. I was a probation officer working with Evie Costen at the Juvenile Hall at the time.
Houseboat owners at the Walnut Grove Marina on Monday afternoon took in the damage done after flames destroyed more than a dozen watercraft just after midnight. They call each other “Delta Rats,” the community of houseboaters on Snodgrass Slough for whom the water is a second home and playground.
Since September, Sacramento police have installed cameras at major intersections around the city, offering officers real-time data on suspect cars that has led to a handful of arrests. They’re called Police Observation Devices, or PODs, and local police are trumpeting them as a key part of the “next-generation” technology they say is making Sacramento safer.
On Monday, Sacramento Regional Transit’s General Manager Mike Wiley will present the agency’s board of directors with recommendations for 22 steps to improve its light-rail service before the new downtown arena opens in 20 months.
Natalya Sidorova’s face flashed terror when she saw the man running at her in the hallway of the Camino Real Hotel in Acapulco with a knife in his hand. It was Jan. 22, 2010, and Sidorova, of Gold River, was on vacation at the Mexican coastal resort with her husband, Jerald Kenneth Schultz, who held a $2 million life insurance policy on her.
An accident involving four vehicles Saturday night on northbound Highway 99 at 12th Avenue in Sacramento blocked all lanes of traffic for more than a half-hour, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Jurors in Sacramento Superior Court convicted two suspects in a gang-related killing that was the culmination of a multiday crime spree in January 2013, the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office announced Friday.