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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — While moving his family’s things from Oregon to Arizona, a father stopped to spend the night in a hotel in Sacramento. That’s when his U-Haul was stolen.

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According to the Sacramento Police Department, the father stopped at around 2 a.

m. Thursday night and when he woke up at 7 a.m. on Friday, the U-Haul was gone.

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After conducting a follow-up investigation, Officers were notified of a possible location of the vehicle and were able to recover it. Luckily, most of the family’s things were still inside when officers recovered the vehicle.

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Officers detained two suspects and they will face conspiracy and theft charges.

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Driving Running Red Light Caused East Sacramento Crash That Killed Woman, Police Say

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A January 13 crash in an East Sacramento intersection that left one woman dead was caused by a driver running a red light, police confirmed on Wednesday.

According to the Sacramento Police Department, traffic detectives confirmed that a driver entered the intersection of Folsom Boulevard and 60th Street against a red light. Two vehicles were involved and the woman, a parent, was crossing the intersection at the time of the collision, police said.

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Investigators said the driver wasn’t speeding and DUI was not a factor.

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The woman killed was identified by a Sacramento County coroner as Guadalupe Jimenez, 45.

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No arrests have been made. Sacramento police said the investigation will be turned over to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, which will determine if criminal charges apply.

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