Nov 27, 2021
Fathers Stolen U-Haul Found In Sacramento By Law Enforcement
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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. READ MORE: ‘No Good Deed Goes Unpunished’: Elk Grove Woman Ticketed For Truck Donated Six Years Ago
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.MORE NEWS: 430-Foot Asteroid Expected To Pass By Earth On Monday
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
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.READ MORE: California State University Prepares To Drop SATs, ACTs
Investigators said the driver wasn’t speeding and DUI was not a factor.READ MORE: Rancho Cordova Hosts Vaccine Clinic, Offers COVID Testing Kits
The woman killed was identified by a Sacramento County coroner as Guadalupe Jimenez, 45.MORE NEWS: Concerns Grow Over Illegal Camping In American River Parkway
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.