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Latest local news briefs include a fight at a bowling alley, summer camps offered by a local nonprofit, an obituary for a Citrus Heights massage therapist and legal troubles over mistaken identity.
Citrus Heights woman faces legal trouble over mistaken identity
A woman from Citrus Heights has been battling arrest warrants and legal issues stemming from a case of mistaken identity, KCRA 3 reported Friday. The TV station said the woman has been sent court orders and fines for a wide range of actions over the course of two years, which should have been sent to a woman in southern California with the same name. (See full story)
Bowling alley fight in Citrus Heights leads to arrests
A fight at Fireside Lanes bowling alley in Citrus Heights last weekend led to two arrests, according to a report by CBS 13. The incident reportedly involved around 20 people, some of whom were “highly intoxicated.” (See full story)
Local organization offering summer camp in Citrus Heights
Good Day Sacramento reported Thursday on Single Mom Strong’s latest week-long summer camp offerings for kids. The organization is based in Citrus Heights on Auburn Boulevard and has partnered with several other community organizations to offer resources for working parents. (See full story)
Obituary: Mischele Lynn Hansen (1960-2021)
Mischele Hansen, of Citrus Heights, passed away on April 10, according to an obituary published Sunday in The Sacramento Bee. She was born in Carmichael in 1960 and later worked as an esthetician and massage therapist. Her obituary says she loved “bringing joy and happiness to others, loved to laugh, have FUN, loved to travel and loved her dogs Jack & Sally.” She is survived by her husband and brother. (See full obituary)
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