RT, which has a police detail made up of Sacramento police and county sheriff’s deputies, has long dealt with complaints about people smoking, drinking alcohol, being loud or fighting. The most common crime complaints involve “grab and run” thefts of cellphones and tablets. The agency’s image took a hit last year with two fatal shootings. In once case, police shot a knife-wielding man. Another shooting occurred apparently between strangers.
RT, which has a police detail made up of Sacramento police and county sheriff’s deputies, has long dealt with complaints about people smoking, drinking alcohol, being loud or fighting. The most common crime complaints involve “grab and run” thefts of cellphones and tablets. The agency’s image took a hit last year with two fatal shootings. In once case, police shot a knife-wielding man. Another shooting occurred apparently between strangers. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file
RT, which has a police detail made up of Sacramento police and county sheriff’s deputies, has long dealt with complaints about people smoking, drinking alcohol, being loud or fighting. The most common crime complaints involve “grab and run” thefts of cellphones and tablets. The agency’s image took a hit last year with two fatal shootings. In once case, police shot a knife-wielding man. Another shooting occurred apparently between strangers. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file

Sacramento business leaders challenge RT: Clean up your act

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