STOCKTON (CBS13) — A woman was arrested for suspected elderly abuse following a Stockton apartment complex security guard’s death on Saturday, the Stockton Police Department announced. Anita Buntun, 51, attempted to enter the Steamboat Landing Apartments located at 25 S Commerce St. in Stockton. Police said the security guard, a 68-year-old male adult, refused to let Buntun into the building because she was not a resident at the complex and a physical altercation occurred between the two. Stockton PD said the security guard fell to the ground and was unresponsive when they arrived. Responding medics pronounced the man, who has yet to be identified, dead at the scene. Buntun was taken into custody on suspicion of elderly abuse. No further details have been released at this time.
(CNN) — Caroll Spinney, the puppeteer who brought beloved “Sesame Street” characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch to life, died on Sunday, according to Sesame Workshop. Spinney passed away at his Connecticut home after battling dystonia, a common movement disorder. He was 85. “Caroll Spinney’s contributions to Sesame Street are countless. He not only gave us Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, he gave so much of himself as well,” Sesame Street co-founder Joan Ganz Cooney said in the press release. “We at Sesame Workshop mourn his passing and feel an immense gratitude for all he has given to Sesame Street and to children around the world.” The legendary puppeteer was known for his “kind and loving view of the world,” giving two of the show’s most iconic characters the joyous (and grouchy) personalities that viewers around the world adored. 50 years of wholesome joy Spinney announced in October 2018 that he was stepping down from the roles. For many “Sesame” fans, it was the end of an era for a man whose characters helped to define their childhoods. Spinney’s five decades portraying the beloved…
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Tannehill threw for 391 yards and three touchdowns, Derrick Henry ran for two scores and the Tennessee Titans won their fourth straight game by beating the Oakland Raiders 42-21 on Sunday. The Titans (8-5) bounced back from a deflected interception on the opening drive to score TDs on five of their next seven possessions to improve to 6-1 with Tannehill as the starting quarterback. The win moved them into a tie for first place in the AFC South with Houston, with the teams set to meet twice in the final three weeks. Tennessee broke open a tight game with a three-touchdown barrage in a span of just over seven minutes of the second half that all but ended the playoff hopes for the Raiders (6-7) in their final season in Oakland. Henry, who rushed for 103 yards, broke a 21-all tie with a 10-yard TD run midway through the third quarter to cap an 89-yard drive. The Raiders then went three-and-out on their next drive and Tannehill easily drove Tennessee 84 yards for a 35-21 lead on a 17-yard pass…
DOWNTOWN (KUSI) – The 48th annual parade of lights kicks off tonight in Downtown on the waterfront. A parade of boats with festive lights and decorations will proceed in the bay and a viewing party starts at 4 p.m. at the Convention Center with free parking for all attendees. Lauren Phinney was able to talk to Port of San Diego Commissioner Rafael Castellanos and Chairman of the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights Larry Bauman to find out more. Categories: Good Morning San Diego
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Two mobile homes burned today in Lincoln Park, and 10 residents of a mobile home park were evacuated, fire officials said. The fire was reported at 9:04 a.m. at 325 54th St. and the first fire trucks arrived at 9:08 a.m. At about 9:30 a.m., firefighters were still battling the flames at the two mobile homes, which were built of aluminum and light wood, said Battalion Chief Rick Bollard of the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department. San Diego Gas & Electric workers were on the way to the scene to deal with wires down that were causing a “power issue,” Bollard said. Categories: Local San Diego News
Firefighters used an inflatable boat and ropes to rescue a man stranded in the middle of the Los Angeles River in Atwater Village after a storm on Sunday afternoon. The 40-year-old man was spotted standing on a small island amid the briskly-flowing 2-foot-deep waters of the river, Los Angeles Fire Department officials said. He was about 25 feet away from shore. Rescuers elected to use an inflatable raft, tethered with ropes, to reach and retrieve the man. “LAFD Swift Water Rescue personnel skillfully used a tethered LAFD rescue boat to safely extricate the (man) to shore,” according to L.A. Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey. The man appeared unhurt and declined to be taken to a hospital, he said. It was not clear why the man was in the river to begin with. Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters rescue a man from the Los Angeles river in Atwater Village following a storm on Dec. 8, 2019. (Credit: LOUDLABS)
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A California man was sentenced to 27 years in prison for a credit card scheme that involved stealing San Juan Unified School District students’ report cards.
Placer County deputies said they are looking for a man who threatened guests staying at a North Auburn hotel Sunday.
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LODI (CBS13) — Two drivers died Sunday morning after a head-on crash on Highway 12 in Lodi, California Highway Patrol Stockton said. The crash happened at approximately 4:30 a.m. on the highway near Guard Road, CHP said. Authorities said a red Nissan Altima was traveling eastbound on the highway while a gray Nissan Sentra was moving westbound in the same area. CHP said the Altima, for unknown reasons, entered the westbound lanes and crashed into the Sentra head-on. CHP said both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene and were the only occupants of the vehicles. Investigators said drugs or alcohol appear to be a factor in the crash. The identities of the deceased have not yet been released.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — René Auberjonois, a prolific actor best known for his roles on the television shows “Benson” and “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and his part in the 1970 film “M.A.S.H.” playing Father Mulcahy, has died. He was 79. The actor died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles of metastatic lung cancer, his son Rèmy-Luc Auberjonois told The Associated Press. René Auberjonois worked constantly as a character actor in several golden ages, from the dynamic theater of the 1960s to the cinema renaissance of the 1970s to the prime period of network television in the 1980s and ’90s — and each generation knew him for something different. For film fans of the 1970s, he was Father John Mulcahy, the military chaplain who played straight man to the doctors’ antics in “M.A.S.H.” It was his first significant film role and the first of several for director Robert Altman. For sitcom watchers of the 1980s, he was Clayton Runnymede Endicott III, the hopelessly highbrow chief of staff at a governor’s mansion on “Benson,” the ABC series whose title character was a butler played by…
AUBURN (CBS13) — The search is on for a 31-year-old man who deputies said was threatening guests and employees of an Auburn hotel with a knife Sunday morning. Placer County deputies said they responded to SpringHill Suites on 13535 Bowman Road at around 8 a.m. following reports of the threats. The suspect, identified as Mario Wilson, 31, of Folsom, was not located at the scene. Wilson was seen driving away from the hotel in a black Chevy Colorado pick-up truck with a utility rack over the cab and a Virginia license plate. Deputies said Wilson is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. Authorities ask that anyone who knows of Wilson’s whereabouts call 911.
SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento police are investigating a shooting that occurred in south Sacramento early Sunday morning. Officers located one male victim with a gunshot wound at approximately 5:30 a.m. in the Whittier Drive and Emerson Road intersection. Sacramento PD said the unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene. Homicide detectives were called to the scene and said they believe the shooting is an isolated incident and there is no threat to the community. No suspect or motive has been identified. No further information regarding the victim has been released.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said Sunday that his panel will “presumably” present articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump this week, NBC News reports. “We’ll bring articles of impeachment presumably before the committee at some point later in the week,” Nadler, D-N.Y., said in an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press.” N Korea Conducts ‘Important Test’ at Once-Dismantled Site On Monday, the committee will hear from both Democrats and Republicans on the Intelligence Committee about the findings from their investigation into allegations that the president led a campaign to pressure the Ukrainian government to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, one of the top Democrats running for president in 2020. Nadler said that congressional leaders haven’t finalized many of the key details of what may be included in any impeachment articles, saying that there are still significant “consultations” to come between committee members, House Democrats and Democratic leaders before they are finalized. House Impeachment Report Looks at Abuse, Bribery, Corruption Photo Credit: SAUL LOEB/POOL/AFP via Getty Images