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Latest local news briefs include ground spraying around Rusch Park to combat West Nile virus activity, a missing Citrus Heights woman located in a neighboring county, and National Night Out celebrations held across Citrus Heights.
Mosquito spraying slated for Monday at Rusch Park to combat West Nile virus
A map posted on the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District’s website shows the area around Rusch Park and Lauppe Lane are slated for ground spraying on Aug. 12. The spraying has been scheduled due to West Nile virus activity. (See website)
Former Kingswood Elementary principal now serving as principal in Cameron Park
Vera Morris, who formerly served as principal of Kingswood Elementary in Citrus Heights, is now serving in the same position at Pleasant Grove Middle School in Cameron Park, according to an Aug. 6 story published in the Village Life newspaper. She told the paper “I loved it there, but when this opportunity came up, I decided to take it.” (See full story)
Video shows women shoplifting from Citrus Heights beauty shop while customers watch
Multiple news outlets last week aired video of a brazen shoplifting incident involving at least five women with hoods pulled over their heads grabbing merchandise from the Citrus Heights Ulta Beauty store and then rushing outside. (See video)
Police: 80-year-old missing Citrus Heights woman found in San Joaquin County
Just two hours after issuing a missing person alert for an 80-year-old Citrus Heights resident on Friday night, police said the woman had been safely located in San Joaquin County. The woman was described as a “critical missing adult” who may have been suffering from memory loss.
Citrus Heights police release video highlights from National Night Out
National Night Out events were held in neighborhoods around Citrus Heights and across the country on Tuesday in an effort to help connect residents and police to help prevent crime. Police released a two-minute compilation of video highlights from the evening. (See video below)
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