TUOLUMNE COUNTY (CBS13) — A Sonora man was arrested Wednesday night after catching the attention of Tuolumne County deputies with his reckless driving. The sheriff’s office said deputies noticed the driver, 29-year-old George Sepulveda, on Highway 108 in Jamestown apparently evading deputies. When the deputies tried to pull him over, they say Sepulveda continued to drive until he lost control and crashed on Jamestown Road near Wigwam Road. The deputies said he made several traffic violations including running stops signs and passing cars on the double yellow lines. After the crash, deputies found 13 grams of meth and drug paraphernalia. Sepulveda was arrested for possessing and transporting a controlled substance for sales, drug paraphernalia, reckless driving, and other traffic offenses.
EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — The heavy snowfall Thursday into Friday has prompted several school closures. The following school districts have announced they will be closed on Friday, Jan. 17: Camino Union School District Gold Oak Union School District Pollock Pines Elementary School District Silver Fork School District This post will be updated as more districts announce closures.
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EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — Ring doorbell video shows El Dorado County Supervisor candidate Ray Nutting canvassing at a Cameron Park home and taking his opponent’s campaign literature from the door, putting it in his pocket, and walking away. Nutting read a statement over the phone about the video explaining his actions. “I saw a political flyer,” Nutting said. “I wanted to read it. I should have read it there and put it back. I made a mistake and I apologize.” Nutting’s opponent is former Cal Fire Chief Ken Pimlott, who says the video speaks for itself. “I don’t want to read into what he was thinking,” Pimlott said. “That was very disappointing. It just really speaks to integrity and ethics, and it’s really hurting the voters who want to make good choices.” The video shines a harsh spotlight on Nutting in his first attempt to re-enter politics after he was removed from his El Dorado County Supervisor office by a judge’s order in 2014 when he was convicted on 6 misdemeanor charges. The ruling came after Nutting was found not guilty of felony charges…
MANTECA (CBS13) — A Manteca elementary school was put on lockdown Thursday after a student brought a BB gun to campus. The incident happened just before 9 a.m. at Golden West Elementary Scool on N. Main Street. Officers say the weapon looked and felt like a real gun. They say the student in question was cooperative with the investigation. Police don’t believe the student intended to hurt anyone. They say it was “just poor judgement which caused him to bring it to school.” It is a crime to bring a BB gun onto school grounds.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 12-year-old girl is dead after being struck on Business 80 while trying to help a friend who ran onto the freeway. Both girls had come from the Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento nearby on Auburn Boulevard, which has a long history of problems. The facility reportedly had more than 120 recent citations, according to reports published in 2017. But when CBS13 went to review those records on Thursday, they had been wiped clean from the state’s website. Officials said that’s because the facility was recently re-licensed last year. That means their records essentially started over. But, even those recent records give some indication of how those girls managed to run away on Wednesday night. Records reveal kids repeatedly left the home without permission, citing understaffing and staff sleeping on the job. In November, one resident brought someone back into the facility with them, and they were found in bed together. That resulted in the facility’s first citation under its new license. However, records show dozens of other concerning incidents. One child recently ended up in the emergency room when “staff failed…
WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A West Sacramento man chased down a mugger who tried to rob his 50-year-old mom. The incident was caught on their Ring surveillance camera. “As soon as I see this guy walk up, I said ‘who is that guy?’” Manpreet Saini, the victim’s son, said. The suspect approached Saini’s mom as she returned from the store. He first said “hello,” but then the interaction quickly became violent as he grabbed her purse, dragging her several feet on the ground. She was left with severe injuries to her elbow and shoulder. Seconds later, the victim’s son and daughter-in-law tried to chase down the suspect, but he jumped into a car. “I did what I could do just chased, right when I seen that happen, I just got out the door and chased,” Saini said. He says the suspect was not able to get the whole purse and dropped the minimal contents he had as he ran off through a neighbor’s yard. Police say there are two suspects connected to this mugging assault. Officers arrested the suspected getaway driver, 28-year-old Sean Young-Bonds about…
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