5 arrested, 4 deputies injured and 1 horse punched at fair

TURLOCK (AP) — Authorities say four Northern California deputies were injured, a horse was punched and five people were arrested in a brawl at the Stanislaus County Fair. The Modesto Bee says sheriff’s deputies watching a line at a beer booth Sunday noticed a man wearing gang clothing who appeared to be drunk and trying to start fights. Authorities say the fair doesn’t allow gang symbols or clothing. Sheriff’s Sgt. Josh Clayton says while deputies talked to that man, another man began throwing punches, hitting two deputies, and other crowd members got involved. Authorities say a man punched a Sheriff’s Department horse that had knocked him down, spilling his beer. Those arrested could be charged with assault on a peace officer. The department says the deputies — and the horse — are fine.

Ivanka Trump visits Lockheed Martin plant as part of workforce development tour

Senior White House adviser and first daughter Ivanka Trump visited Lockheed Martin in Littleton, Colorado Monday as part of a nationwide tour promoting workforce development. Trump is the face of her father’s “Pledge to America’s Workers” initiative, which calls on states to work with private industries and invest in workforce training through apprenticeship programs and partnerships with local colleges and universities. “The government cannot do this…,” Trump said. “Private industry is much more responsive to the skills in demand in local communities.” Trump met with graduates from Lockheed’s advanced manufacturing technician apprentice program as well as from Metropolitan State University’s aerospace program. The nine-week apprenticeship program is designed for people who don’t pursue a traditional college degree in STEM, said Sarah Turner, who runs the program for Lockheed. Her company anticipates needing more than 50,000 skilled workers in the next decade and many of those positions could be filled through programs like the one she manages. Trump appeared particularly interested in how graduates of the apprenticeship program learned about it and said she sees these types of training programs as a way to expand the…

Yuba City Man Attacked For Trying To Stop Car Burglary

YUBA CITY (CBS13) — A Yuba City man is in the hospital after he was attacked for trying to stop a would-be car burglary. Karl Sanders in his hospital bed after being assaulted attempting to stop a would-be burglar. Karl Sanders caught a teenager trying to break into his neighbor’s van Sunday morning. When he tried to intervene, he was attacked. Yuba City police say the would-be- burglar is a 16-year-old from Yuba City. They aren’t releasing his identity because of his age but said he’s in juvenile hall facing burglary and assault charges. Sanders saw him trying to break into his neighbor’s car and said he was just doing what he thought was right. Early Sunday morning Barbara Sanders got a call that her brother was hurt and she needed to go to his home in Yuba City, immediately. READ ALSO: Hero On The Line: Dispatcher Recognized For Helping Save Infant “I see my brother sitting on the gurney, he’s just covered in blood,” said his sister Barbara.“If you ask him, he’ll tell you ‘I just did what anybody would’ve done.’ Most people wouldn’t of…

Sierra College Football Team Remembers Player Shot And Killed In Fair Oaks Shooting

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Candles, football equipment, a championship t-shirt and the number 27 sit at the entrance of the Sierra College football stadium in Rocklin. It’s a memorial for a fallen Wolverine, Chancelor Fields-Colbert. Fields-Colbert was shot at a party at an Air BnB in Fair Oaks early Sunday morning. He ran from the house, collapsed at the intersection of Fair Oaks Boulevard and Sunset Drive and was later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. Chance Fields-Colbert (credit: Sierra College) “It’s just been a nightmare the last 48 hours,” Head Coach Benjamin Noonan said. “He was an incredible kid. He was from Alaska. I can’t remember seeing or finding any pictures that he wasn’t smiling in. But he epitomized everything that we call the Wolverine Way. He just did everything right.” A Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson said the department is still investigating and looking for a suspect. It is also asking for witnesses to come forward. READ ALSO: Sierra College Football Player The Victim Of A Deadly Fair Oaks Shooting Friends and teammates created the memorial for Fields-Colbert on Sunday night. One of those who…

Mother Sentenced To 25 Years In Prison For Murder Of 3-Year-Old Daughter

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A mother has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of her three-year-old daughter, Maiya. The jury found Angela Phakhin guilty of the premeditated murder and torture of the girl. Prosecutors said in June 2017, Phakhin left her daughter in a car for more than four hours. The next day, the girl was left in the car for nine hours, which ultimately led to her death. READ ALSO: Woman Convicted For Murder Of 3-Year-Old Daughter After Maiya’s death, Phakhin told law enforcement she and her fiance were trying to remove lustful demons from her daughter. Phakhin’s fiance, Untwan Smith, is also charged with murder and is still awaiting trial in this case. READ MORE: Mother, Boyfriend Arrested After Girl, 3, Found Dead In Car In Rancho Cordova

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