Sacramento pastor to raffle prize car for charity
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Following the 2011 pepper spraying of students, the campus hired consultants to improve the online reputations of UC Davis and Chancellor Linda Katehi. The Sacramento Bee story, based on documents released in response to requests filed under the California Public Records Act, has sparked a backlash and calls for the chancellor to resign.
The Sacramento pastor who won a car by hitting a half court short announced plans to raffle the car to raise more money for local causes. “I don’t believe that this was my skill that make this happen,” he said. “I think God had his hand on it.”
Fellow CHP officers showed support for their colleague, Michael Ericson, and his family at Sacramento Superior Court at the arraignment of Austin Barry Scott. The Ericson family released this statement of gratitude, "Thank you to everyone for the outpouring of support in light of this horrible attack. ... All of the support makes a time like this easier and we know it will help Mike heal faster and make a full recovery.” Michael Ericson remains in critical but stable condition at a hospital.
It was soon learned that the man arrested in connection with the death in a Denny’s restaurant parking lot in Sacramento is also a suspect in the killing of his grandfather the same day.
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