Traffic Stop Leads To Three Drug Arrests In Escalon

ESCALON (CBS13) — Three men are behind bars after a traffic stop led to drug arrests in Escalon. The Escalon Police Department said 32-year-old Leslie Parsons was pulled over last week for displaying 2020 tabs when the vehicle’s registration was expired in 2019. The officer found Parsons did not have a valid driver’s license and arrested him for being an unlicensed driver. During a search of Parson’s vehicle, the police department said the officer found a meth pipe along with two baggies that contained suspected methamphetamine. Parsons was subsequently arrested for possession of a controlled substance for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia, being an unlicensed driver and displaying false tabs. READ ALSO: 4 Sue To Block California Tax Return Law Aimed At Trump On August 3, police issued a search warrant for Parson’s residence on the 1100 block of California Street, where neighbors had been complaining about possible narcotic sales and manufacturing of illegal alcoholic beverages. Along with the deputies from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s office and the California Alcoholic Beverage Control, officials said they found a small amount of heroin, approximately 10 oz. of…

4 Sue To Block California Tax Return Law Aimed At Trump

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Four California voters have sued to block a new state law aimed at forcing Republican President Donald Trump to release his income tax returns. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law last week that requires presidential candidates to file five years of their income tax returns with the California secretary of state. Candidates who don’t comply will not appear on the March 3 presidential primary ballot. The conservative group Judicial Watch announced Monday it had filed a lawsuit last week to challenge the law. The four plaintiffs are two Republicans, one Democrat and one independent. “This is a nonpartisan concern about the state running roughshod and attempting to amend the Constitution on its own,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. The Constitution requires three things of presidents: They have to be born in the U.S.; must be at least 35 and must have lived in the country for at least 14 years. Attorneys for Judicial Watch argue California’s law effectively alters the Constitution by adding a new requirement for tax returns, something they say state governments don’t have the authority to do. California’s…

Stanislaus County Man Convicted Of Impersonating Police Officer To Enter, Rob Marijuana Businesses

WATERFORD (CBS13) – A Waterford man has been convicted of posing as a police officer, and, along with his crew, robbing marijuana growers of their marijuana and cash. On August 1, Carbajal was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit robbery affecting interstate commerce, one count of interference with commerce by robbery, and one count of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence. Carbajal and the crew posed as law enforcement officers to gain access to the property, announced they had a search and seizure warrant, then tied up the victims and held them at gunpoint while robbing them of marijuana, cash, and other items, said U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott. Carbajal will be sentenced on October 28. He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine on counts one and two, and mandatory consecutive sentence of seven years to life on count three.

All EB Lanes Open On I-80 Near Colfax Reopens After Big Rig Fire

UPDATE: Caltrans said all eastbound lanes of I-80 reopened by 3 p.m. Monday. The westbound lanes of the interstate are still reduced to one lane for hazardous waste cleanup. PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – Both #1 lanes of eastbound and westbound I-80 at Weimar are now open after a big rig caught fire. The scene of the fire is in the area of Junction 174 and Canyon Way. The fire is now out, but not before it destroyed the truck and spread to nearby vegetation. Cal Fire and Placer County firefighters responded to the fire. Crews were cleaning up fuel and debris. It’s unknown when the road will fully reopen. Check back for updates on this developing story.  I-80 EB/WB has been closed in both directions just west of Colfax while a big rig/vegetation fire is contained. Expect closures for a while as debris and fuel cleanup continues. No ETO. — Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) August 5, 2019

Will Republicans finally disown Trump’s incendiary racism?

Amidst the latest bloodshed – the worst of it triggered by a white racist domestic terrorist whose El Paso manifesto echoes Trump’s racist rhetoric – I bet you’re jonesing for some good news. I’m happy to share what I have. Admittedly it isn’t much, but at this point we should probably be grateful whenever a few Republicans wake up and smell their party’s white supremacist stench. “The Republican Party is enabling white supremacy in our country. As a lifelong Republican, it pains me to say this, but it’s the truth,” wrote Nebraska State Senator John McCollister. “We have a Republican president who continually stokes racist fears in his base. He calls certain countries ‘sh*tholes,’ tells women of color to ‘go back’ to where they came from and lies more than he tells the truth.” Senator Ted Cruz – yes, Cruz – said on Sunday morning, “What we saw yesterday was a heinous act of terrorism and white supremacy. There is no place for this in El Paso, in Texas, or anywhere across our nation.” And early Monday morning, the conservative, pro-GOP Washington Examiner posted an…

Fraud, scams and Google in elections

There have been a number of theories for why Donald Trump lost the popular vote. This column found that Hillary Clinton ran a nearly 5 million vote margin over Trump in the Los Angeles and Bay area counties. Outside the Democrat-heavy states of Illinois and New York, those counties in California alone delivered nearly 2 million more votes than Clinton needed for her 2.9 million vote win. The number of fraudulent votes will never be known, primarily because the Democrat powers-that-be have no interest in either acknowledging the existence of vote fraud, or determining what proportion of votes “harvested,” under the laws like “Motor Voter” or AB 1921, “Vote by Mail (VbM) ballots,” were phony. Clinton’s entire 2.9 million popular vote win didn’t come from vote fraud in California but the same corrupt machine that delivered Chicago’s fraudulent/dead votes for John F. Kennedy—hence the state of Illinois and his election over Richard Nixon—hasn’t gone away. Briefly, the laws cited above allow for paid vote “collectors,” unrelated to the actual voter, to use publicly available voting data to approach Democrat voters that haven’t cast their mail-in…

Mendocino Forest implements fire restrictions

The Mendocino National Forest implemented fire restrictions as of Aug. 1, and restrictions will remain in place through Oct, 31. “We are implementing these restrictions due to dry conditions and the increased risk of wildfires,” said Forest Supervisor Ann Carlson. “The public can help prevent human-caused wildfires by always practicing fire safety and complying with these restrictions.” Under the restrictions, fires, campfires, charcoal fires or stoves are prohibited except in designated recreation sites, fire safe sites and federally designated wilderness areas. Designated recreation sites on the Mendocino National Forest, with no campfire permit required, include the following: Grindstone Ranger District – Whitlock, Kingsley, Sugarfoot, Three Prong, Ides Cove, Horse Packer, Wells Cabin, Dead Mule, Lake Red Bluff Recreation Area, Plaskett Meadows, Masterson, Little Stony, Grey Pine, Fouts Springs, Davis Flat, South Fork, North Fork, and Old Mill campgrounds. Upper Lake Ranger District – Fuller Grove, Fuller Grove Group, Navy Camp, Pogie Point, Oak Flat, Sunset, Middle Creek, Deer Valley, and Penny Pines campgrounds as well as Lake Pillsbury Summer Home Sites. Covelo Ranger District – Eel River, Little Doe, Howard Lake, Howard Meadows, Atchison, Green…

Backyard poultry workshop set for Saturday

The Red Bluff Tractor Supply Co. store will host a backyard poultry event 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, providing customers with the opportunity to learn how to care for and manage an at-home flock. “The popularity of raising backyard poultry continues to grow year after year,” said Steve Leadingham, manager of the Red Bluff store. “Poultry owners love the convenience of getting fresh eggs right from their own backyard, but many people don’t know where to start. Our goal is to continue educating suburban and rural poultry enthusiasts while ensuring anyone who’s interested in raising a backyard flock has the resources and information needed to do so.” Participating event partners will include the Tehama County 4-H Office, which will be on site 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event is free and open to the public at 249 S. Main St. For more information, call the store at 528-8945.

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