Community At Downtown Stockton Apartment Complex Mourns Loss Of Security Guard Who Died On Duty

STOCKTON (CBS13) — People who live at The Waterfront Steamboat Landing apartments are shocked someone would hurt their security guard known as “Bob.” “They’d call Bob, ‘Bob, could you escort me into the house,’ or something like that,” Wanda Jones said.  “And he’d be always willing to do that. He’s done it for me several times.” Resident Teresa Nerez said, “How could anybody do something like that to someone so nice?” Anita Buntun, 51 (credit: Stockton PD) A Stockton PD spokesperson said the 68-year-old guard died after falling to the ground during an altercation with a woman, Anita Buntun, 51, who didn’t live in the complex and was trying to enter just after 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. MORE: Woman Arrested For Suspected Elderly Abuse Following Death Of Security Guard, 68, In Stockton Police said Bob was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics. “It was a shock. Bob was kind. He was such a kind man who cared about everybody,” Nerez said. Some residents said they were upset over the fact that Bob died while he just doing his job of protecting those at the…

Infant Ejected From Vehicle In Rollover Crash That Injured 4 People In Turlock

TURLOCK (CBS13) — An infant was ejected from a vehicle during a rollover crash in Turlock Sunday evening that injured four people, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash happened on southbound Highway 99 at W Main Street at approximately 7:30 p.m. CHP said a black Cadillac Escalade was moving at approximately 45- to 65-miles-per-hour and rolled over while attempting to make a turn. The four occupants were a family that included an adult man, adult woman, one child approximately 2 years old and one infant. All four were wearing seatbelts, but the infant was ejected from the vehicle while remaining strapped into a car seat. CHP said all four occupants were hospitalized for complaints of pain,  but there were no visible injuries. The identities of the family members are unknown at this time. Alcohol and drugs do not appear to be factors.

Deputies Investigating Reports Of Shooting At Carmichael Apartment Complex; Multiple Shell Casings Found

SACRAMENT0 (CBS13) — Deputies are investigating a reported shooting at a Carmichael apartment complex Sunday night, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said. Authorities received multiple reports of shots fired at approximately 8:06 p.m. on the 5800 block of Fair Oaks Boulevard. Witnesses told deputies they heard shouting and gunshots in the apartment complex parking lot. No victims have been reported at this time. No suspect information is available. Deputies on the scene said multiple shell casings have been found. No further details have been released.

Bjelica Scores 30; Kings Withstand Rally, Beat Mavs 110-106

DALLAS (AP) — Sacramento’s Nemanja Bjelica matched his career-best with 30 points and Dallas’ Luka Doncic missed a game-tying attempt in the final seconds as the Kings withstood a furious rally and beat the Mavericks 110-106 on Sunday night. Richaun Holmes rebounded Doncic’s attempt to tie the game with eight seconds left. Doncic had taken Sacramento’s Cory Joseph down the lane for the turnaround shot that bounded off the front of the rim. After the rebound, the Kings called a timeout. Bogdan Bogdanovic in-bounded to Bjelica for a layup that sealed the win. Doncic missed a futile 3-point attempt from midcourt at the buzzer. Buddy Hield scored 26 points, including five 3-pointers, for Sacramento. Former Maverick Harrison Barnes scored 12, Richaun Holmes added 12 and Bogdan Bogdanovic and Trevor Ariza 10 each. Doncic finished with 27 points, including 17 in the second half after Sacramento had sprinted to a 66-46 lead. The Mavericks’ high scorer was Tim Hardaway Jr. with 29 points. He kept the Mavs in the game by making a career-high nine of 12 3-pointers. For Dallas, Dorian Finney-Smith and Kristaps Porzingis each…

Road Closures Planned During Memorial Service For Sacramento Firefighter Tamara Thacher On Monday

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Road closures will be in effect in downtown Sacramento on Monday during a memorial service for Sacramento firefighter Tamara Thacher, who died on Nov. 26 following a battle with occupational cancer. The memorial is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the Golden 1 Center. Road closures will be implemented from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on L Street between 5th and 7th streets and also on 5th Street between J and L streets. READ: Sacramento Firefighter Tamara Thacher Remembered As Trailblazer, Caring Colleague Thacher was a 31-year veteran of the department. “There was always a smile on her face. She was always excited to be at work,” Captain Keith Wade said. “And she always served the community with just a passion.”  

Deputies Arrest Man, 31, They Say Threatened Auburn Hotel Guests And Employees With Knife

AUBURN (CBS13) — A 31-year-old man who deputies said was threatening guests and employees of an Auburn hotel with a knife was arrested Sunday evening. Placer County deputies said they responded to SpringHill Suites on 13535 Bowman Road at around 8 a.m. on Sunday following reports of the threats. The suspect, identified as Mario Wilson, 31, of Folsom, was not located at the scene. Wilson was later arrested by El Dorado County deputies at a home in Cameron Park, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said. Following the incident at the hotel, Wilson was seen driving away from in a black Chevy Colorado pick-up truck with a utility rack over the cab and a Virginia license plate and was believed to be armed and dangerous. Deputies said Wilson was the only person arrested and at least one handgun was found in his hotel room at SpringHill. Wilson will be transported to the Placer County Jail.

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