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Latest local news briefs include supportive messages written to police from area children, a judge rejecting a request to lower $1 million bail for a man accused of assaulting a police officer, six residents pulling papers to run for City Council, and an obituary for a San Juan High School alumnus.
Six residents pull papers to run for council in Citrus Heights
As of Friday, the City Clerk’s office reports that six residents have so far pulled papers to run for seats up for election on the Citrus Heights City Council. Allison Sanchez, Nicole Castor and incumbent Bret Daniels have pulled papers for District 1, while Tim Schaefer, Thomas Goetz and Kevin Miles Jr. have pulled papers for the open seat in District 3. The deadline to file is August 7. (See more)
Judge rejects request to reduce bail for Citrus Heights man held on $1M
A Citrus Heights man accused of assaulting a police officer remains in jail after a judge denied a request to lower his $1 million bail, according to a report Tuesday by the Davis Vanguard’s Court Watch team. (See article)
Citrus Heights police share supportive messages received from community
Citrus Heights Police Chief Ron Lawrence retweeted a message showing hand-written letters, flowers and children’s drawings the department has received in support of police officers. “Thank you for your unwavering support of YOUR @citrusheightspd,” Lawrence tweeted. “Your partnership means more in these uncertain times, than ever before.”
Obituary: Major Adair (1951-2020)
San Juan High School alumnus Major Adair passed away on July 16 after battling cancer, according to an obituary published Friday in The Sacramento Bee. Adair was born in Missouri in 1951 and moved to Citrus Heights the following year where he graduated from SJHS in 1971 and worked in the railroad industry for 37 years. He is survived by two sons and four grandchildren. (See obituary)
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