More Videos

‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children 1:31

‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children

Look back at the tumultuous first week of alleged cop killer Luis Bracamontes' trial 1:26

Look back at the tumultuous first week of alleged cop killer Luis Bracamontes' trial

California AG warns employers on immigration 1:19

California AG warns employers on immigration

Accused cop killer's outburst: ‘I wish I had killed more of the mother-------' 2:14

Accused cop killer's outburst: ‘I wish I had killed more of the mother-------"

West Sacramento mother honors slain children at memorial service 1:26

West Sacramento mother honors slain children at memorial service

Accused cop killer grins as deputy DA recounts deadly day 3:16

Accused cop killer grins as deputy DA recounts deadly day

What you need to know about the trials of Luis Enriquez Bracamontes and Jannelle Monroy 1:32

What you need to know about the trials of Luis Enriquez Bracamontes and Jannelle Monroy

Hundreds attend vigil for 3 kids allegedly slain by father 1:16

Hundreds attend vigil for 3 kids allegedly slain by father

Neighbor reacts to West Sacramento triple homicide 0:42

Neighbor reacts to West Sacramento triple homicide

'He's a super good boy.' 3:20

'He's a super good boy.'

  • Video gives glance at anti-drunken driving program 'Every 15 Minutes' at Natomas High

    On Thursday, March 23, 2017, a drama unfolded during “Every 15 Minutes,” a life-like simulation at Natomas High School designed to warn the school’s juniors and seniors about the dangers of drinking and driving. “Every 15 Minutes” is funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The name of the program derives from the statistic that one person dies every 15 minutes in an alcohol-related crash.

On Thursday, March 23, 2017, a drama unfolded during “Every 15 Minutes,” a life-like simulation at Natomas High School designed to warn the school’s juniors and seniors about the dangers of drinking and driving. “Every 15 Minutes” is funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The name of the program derives from the statistic that one person dies every 15 minutes in an alcohol-related crash. @SacFirePIO
On Thursday, March 23, 2017, a drama unfolded during “Every 15 Minutes,” a life-like simulation at Natomas High School designed to warn the school’s juniors and seniors about the dangers of drinking and driving. “Every 15 Minutes” is funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The name of the program derives from the statistic that one person dies every 15 minutes in an alcohol-related crash. @SacFirePIO
Sacto 911

Sacto 911

Covering crime, police and courts in the Sacramento region

Get a lift, or a Lyft: Law enforcement agencies look to cut down holiday DUIs

December 14, 2017 05:44 PM

Comments

More Videos

‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children 1:31

‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children

Look back at the tumultuous first week of alleged cop killer Luis Bracamontes' trial 1:26

Look back at the tumultuous first week of alleged cop killer Luis Bracamontes' trial

California AG warns employers on immigration 1:19

California AG warns employers on immigration

Accused cop killer's outburst: ‘I wish I had killed more of the mother-------' 2:14

Accused cop killer's outburst: ‘I wish I had killed more of the mother-------"

West Sacramento mother honors slain children at memorial service 1:26

West Sacramento mother honors slain children at memorial service

Accused cop killer grins as deputy DA recounts deadly day 3:16

Accused cop killer grins as deputy DA recounts deadly day

What you need to know about the trials of Luis Enriquez Bracamontes and Jannelle Monroy 1:32

What you need to know about the trials of Luis Enriquez Bracamontes and Jannelle Monroy

Hundreds attend vigil for 3 kids allegedly slain by father 1:16

Hundreds attend vigil for 3 kids allegedly slain by father

Neighbor reacts to West Sacramento triple homicide 0:42

Neighbor reacts to West Sacramento triple homicide

'He's a super good boy.' 3:20

'He's a super good boy.'

  • ‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children

    Robert Hodges faced his wife and other family members in a Sacramento courtroom Friday morning and apologized for “destroying the life we built together and taking the lives of our children.”

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