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Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones explains rise in concealed carry permits 1:57

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Video gives glance at anti-drunken driving program 'Every 15 Minutes' at Natomas High 0:58

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Teen first stabbed himself in neck at Carmichael 7-Eleven, sheriff's spokesman says 1:41

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Watch Sacramento officers try to run over Joseph Mann before shooting him 1:04

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