More Videos

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays 0:52

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays

Watch Placer sheriff K-9 King take a look around North Lake Tahoe High School 0:30

Watch Placer sheriff K-9 King take a look around North Lake Tahoe High School

See the frantic few minutes that ended with Sacramento police shooting Joseph Mann 7:08

See the frantic few minutes that ended with Sacramento police shooting Joseph Mann

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you 0:27

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home 0:37

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental' 1:12

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental'

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata 1:19

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station 0:57

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station

'A lot to be excited about with 49ers future.' Analysts weigh in on team's direction 0:56

'A lot to be excited about with 49ers future.' Analysts weigh in on team's direction

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm 0:51

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm

  • How to stay safe from mosquitoes

    Zika and West Nile viruses are both transmitted by mosquitoes. Officials from public health and from Sacramento-Yolo vector control explain how to protect yourself from bites.

Zika and West Nile viruses are both transmitted by mosquitoes. Officials from public health and from Sacramento-Yolo vector control explain how to protect yourself from bites. Sammy Caiola The Sacramento Bee
Zika and West Nile viruses are both transmitted by mosquitoes. Officials from public health and from Sacramento-Yolo vector control explain how to protect yourself from bites. Sammy Caiola The Sacramento Bee
Sacto 911

Sacto 911

Covering crime, police and courts in the Sacramento region

Sutter County resident dies of complications from West Nile virus

November 02, 2016 08:26 PM

UPDATED November 03, 2016 02:50 PM

Comments

More Videos

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays 0:52

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays

Watch Placer sheriff K-9 King take a look around North Lake Tahoe High School 0:30

Watch Placer sheriff K-9 King take a look around North Lake Tahoe High School

See the frantic few minutes that ended with Sacramento police shooting Joseph Mann 7:08

See the frantic few minutes that ended with Sacramento police shooting Joseph Mann

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you 0:27

Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home 0:37

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental' 1:12

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental'

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata 1:19

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station 0:57

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station

'A lot to be excited about with 49ers future.' Analysts weigh in on team's direction 0:56

'A lot to be excited about with 49ers future.' Analysts weigh in on team's direction

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm 0:51

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm

  • Watch Placer sheriff K-9 King take a look around North Lake Tahoe High School

    King and his handler took a walk through the high school last week to check common areas for contraband, finding none. King is a rescued 4-year-old black lab mix.

Sacto 911 Staff



Nashelly Chavez
nchavez@sacbee.com
@nashellytweets

Benjy Egel
begel@sacbee.com
@BenjyEgel

Cathy Locke
clocke@sacbee.com

Anthony Sorci
asorci@sacbee.com

Darrell Smith
Superior Court
dvsmith@sacbee.com
@dvaughnsmith

More Sacto 911



Crimemapper

Send news tips

Sign up for breaking news alerts

Arrest Logs

Crime Q&A

Sacramento Bee reporter Cathy Locke answers your questions about crime news, trends and issues. Look up specific cases using Arrest Logs and Sacramento Superior Courts case database.

Submit your question