Woman Seriously Injured In Crash That Ended Police Pursuit

Share this article:A 43-year-old woman was seriously injured Tuesday evening when she crashed a pickup truck in Lincoln Heights to end a chase that began in Ventura County. The chase started with a domestic violence incident in the Santa Barbara area, ABC7 reported. Authorities began pursuing the woman driving a black GMC Denali pickup truck in Ventura County just before 6:30 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol. The woman led police at high speed on the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway through Mission Hills, Burbank and Glendale before crashing into the back of a semi truck near Dodger Stadium about 7 p.m. The Denali came to a stop on the left shoulder of the southbound Golden State Freeway. Officers shut down the southbound sides of the freeway as they waited with guns drawn but did not immediately approach the smoking vehicle, ABC7 reported. After a few minutes, they approached carefully as the vehicle interior was hidden by deployed airbags so they could not see the status of the driver. They were able to pull the driver out of the vehicle and she appeared to…

Staples Center To Be Renamed Christmas Day

Share this article:Staples Center will be known as Crypto.com Arena beginning Christmas Day under a 20-year naming rights agreement announced Tuesday evening. AEG, which owns the arena, and Crypto.com, which bills itself as the fastest-growing cryptocurrency platform, will unveil the new logo and other branding assets including internal arena signage on Christmas Day, when the Lakers play host to the Brooklyn Nets. All of the venue’s external signage will be replaced by June. The agreement includes official designations across Crypto.com Arena, L.A. LIVE, Microsoft Theater, The Novo, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Kings. The agreement also makes Crypto.com an official cryptocurrency platform partner of the Lakers and Kings. Terms of the agreement were not announced. The Los Angeles Times reported Crypto.com paid more than $700 million for the naming rights, according to sources familiar with the terms, making it one of the biggest naming deals in sports history. “We’re very excited about partnering with AEG and investing long term in this city, starting with Crypto.com Arena in the heart of downtown, and using our platform in new and creative ways so that…

Family Of Sacramento Man Killed By Police Sue City, Claim His Gun Was Not Loaded

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A year after 38-year-old Augustine Morales was shot and killed by Sacramento police—candles were still lit in his memory at the scene of the shooting. “My brother is no longer with us because he was misidentified, I want to make that clear that he was not the shooter,” explained Marysa Morales. Augustine’s mother, Roxanne Morales, is now suing the city of Sacramento for wrongful death. “I use to trust and believe in our judicial system and I no longer trust in our system or our force anymore,” she said. Sacramento police say someone fired a shot inside a North Sacramento warehouse last November during a boxing event. Security footage shows Augustine with a gun in his hand. Video then shows a sergeant running and shooting Augustine. “He wasn’t trying to endanger anybody, it was more of a self-defense,” explained Marysa. “He had not pointed at anyone and, in fact, the clip from his gun was found 75 feet away,” said Adante Pointer, the lawyer representing the family. He claims the gun Morales was carrying had a magazine safety, was unloaded and couldn’t…

Man Shot Dead In Upper Land Park, Child In Critical Condition

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — At least one person has died after a shooting in the Upper Land Park area late Tuesday night, the Sacramento Police Department said. Sacramento police said the shooting happened along Seavey Circle, on the east side of Interstate 5 near Miller Park. A man was found shot and pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The incident also resulted in a child being taken to the hospital in critical condition. Sacramento police did not say if the child was also shot. Confirmed by @SacPolice adult male shot & pronounced dead in Seavey Circle – juvenile taken to a local hospital in critical condition. @CBSSacramento pic.twitter.com/A5Id7pTMzt — Laura Haefeli (@LauraHaefeli) November 17, 2021 Their identities were not yet available. A heavy police presence was in the area at 11 p.m. and a large portion of the street was blocked off while crews worked the scene. Information regarding a suspect or motive was not yet available.  

Suspected Retail Crime Ring Member Arrested After Auburn Target Theft

AUBURN (CBS13) — A man suspected of being a part of an organized retail theft crime ring has been arrested after a chase in Auburn on over the weekend. The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says, early Sunday evening, an employee at the Auburn Target store reported that someone had stolen several high-value items. As captured on surveillance cameras, the suspect filled a box full of baby formula cans and then walked out of the store without paying. Deputies managed to get to the scene as the suspect was just getting into his SUV. The suspect took off, however, and sparked a chase along westbound Interstate 80. Eventually, the suspect hit some spike strips that were put down at Penryn Road and his SUV was stopped. The suspect then got out and ran, but deputies quickly took him into custody. The suspect has been identified as 30-year-old Dylan Norman Lovitt. Deputies recovered dozens of cans of stolen Enfamil baby formula worth nearly $850, but Target officials says they believe Lovitt was also a part of an organized retail theft crime ring that has stolen more than…

Otay Ranch Town Center Christmas tree lighting

OTAY RANCH (KUSI) – Getting into the holiday spirit — the lighting of a Christmas tree with more than 17,000 lights lit in Chula Vista Tuesday night. The nearly 50-foot-tree had over 1,000 ornaments, an illuminating color change base with snowflakes, and a grand star topper. The evening in Otay Ranch Town Center was filled with holiday-themed activities, entertainment, and of course, the arrival of the one and only Santa Claus. There was even a magical snowfall for the families to enjoy.   Categories: Entertainment, KUSI, Local San Diego News, Trending

Harriette Cole: My teen is judging her friend for something that happened to me, too

DEAR HARRIETTE: My daughter is finishing high school and has expressed that what’s most difficult for her is her social life. Her friends seem to constantly be in some kind of conflict. Harriette Cole  The latest is that one young lady was dating a young man from another school who was abusive. My daughter was so upset when she told me, especially because she didn’t know how to help her friend. She was mad at her and called her stupid for getting involved with this guy in the first place — even though he did seem like a good guy in the beginning. I had a similar experience when I was in college. I feel like I should tell her about what happened to me. My “good guy” ended up beating me up. I know now what my role was in this and how he duped me. Should I tell her? Relationships are complicated, and many people get tripped up. Is it bad for me to tell my daughter that I was abused when I was younger? Secret DEAR SECRET: Your daughter is at the…

Miss Manners: He came to our Elvis wedding, and then he insulted us

DEAR MISS MANNERS: My husband and I are in our late 60s, and we have both been previously married. When we decided last year to get married, we wanted a no-frills occasion, so we decided to go to one of the Elvis chapels in Las Vegas. We thought it would be a fun place to have a get-together with family. We called our relatives and close friends and were surprised that 21 people wanted to come and share the day. We paid for the flights of our four kids. After the wedding, we decided to go out to eat with everyone. We all paid for our own dinners. Related Articles Miss Manners: I’m afraid they’re going to laugh at the bride Miss Manners: I was told not to say ‘ladies.’ What about ‘gentlemen’? Miss Manners: It infuriates me when she says my daughter had ‘a second mother’ Miss Manners: This sports dad’s habit is driving the rest of us crazy Miss Manners: Is it insensitive to state my pronouns because of my odd name? Six months later, my older brother came for a visit and,…

Dear Abby: My husband swears he’s faithful, but he can’t explain this

DEAR ABBY: I have been married 45 years. It may not be the most loving or agreeable marriage, but it has always been steady, nonviolent and monogamous. Last year I had COVID, and I now have long-term symptoms with compromised immunity. Jeanne Phillips  I recently had a bad outbreak of genital herpes. My doctor told me it can lay dormant for many years — but 45? My husband swears he has been faithful, and part of me believes him. I want to believe him, but I know I have never cheated. Neither of us ever had problems with breakouts, other than one many years ago we thought was probably heat rash when he worked outside in the summer. Related Articles Dear Abby: I can’t let these unstable people adopt my baby. Am I contemptible? Dear Abby: I want more than soup, even if she’s paying Dear Abby: His controlling wife has torn our family apart Dear Abby: It was a special dress and I can’t believe what she did with it Dear Abby: I’m thinking of moving because this strung-out guy is always on my…

Real Tested CBD Reviews: Top 5 CBD Gummies of 2021

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Ex-Mountain View resident arrested on suspicion of trying to sell oxycodone pills

MOUNTAIN VIEW – A former Mountain View resident has been arrested on suspicion of attempting to sell oxycodone pills, police said. On Nov. 2, detectives learned that a person was offering to sell oxycodone pills over the internet, the Mountain View Police Department said in a news release Tuesday. Police said these types of pills have been linked to fentanyl overdoses throughout Santa Clara County and the Bay Area. Detectives launched an investigation and identified the person as a 21-year-old man who previously lived in Mountain View but now resides in San Francisco, police said. The man was arrested Nov. 3 on the 2400 block of Charleston Road in Mountain View. Police said a search of his vehicle turned up several bottles of various pills and cash. The man was booked into Santa Clara County jail on charges of possession for sale of a controlled substance, offer for sale or transportation of a controlled substance for sale, bringing a controlled substance into a jail facility and five warrants, police said. Related Articles NTSB closes probe into fatal South Bay Tesla crash San Jose: Police arrest…