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2017 Citrus Heights Police Logs: domestic violence, fraud, skinny dipping

2017 Citrus Heights Police Logs: domestic violence, fraud, skinny dipping

Latest Citrus Heights police logs in April include an arrest for counterfeit money, skinny dippers at an apartment complex on Sunrise Boulevard, a man walking out with a full shopping cart at Safeway without paying, and allegations of strangling during a domestic violence incident.

The following is a summary of select incidents listed in the Citrus Heights Police Department’s daily incident bulletins, from April 21 to April 27, 2017:

by · April 29, 2017 · carousel, Police Logs
Thousands of dogs, people, and other pets came out to Rusch Park Saturday for an annual Pet-a-Palooza event in Citrus Heights.

2017 Citrus Heights Community Calendar: what’s happening in April

Local events and activities on schedule in April include Pet-a-Palooza at Rusch Park, a local “Stand Down” event to help homeless veterans, an Easter egg hunt, several fundraisers, “Taste of Citrus Heights” at the community center, and more.

Here’s 15 events going on in Citrus Heights this month:

by · April 1, 2017 · carousel, Community
By Matthew Woitunski (Own work) [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

CHPD: over 30% of calls to police dept. are homeless-related

The results are in for a 2016 Citrus Heights Police Department study of local homelessness: between 30 and 35 percent of calls for service received by CHPD are homeless-related.

In a phone interview with The Sentinel last week, Police Sgt. Jason Baldwin discussed the results of the department’s study, as well as a related survey taken in April of the local homeless population…

Local ministry offers low-cost RV rentals to house homeless

Local ministry offers low-cost RV rentals to house homeless

A newly formed Christian nonprofit says it has already helped place homeless individuals in two mobile homes it owns in Citrus Heights, in addition to providing transitional housing to dozens of others in the Sacramento area by renting out a small fleet of RV’s and travel trailers it has acquired over the past year.

“It was never designed as a ministry; just me and my wife helping people,” EveryONE Matters Ministries (EMM) founder Steve Lindner told The Sentinel in a recent interview.

by · May 11, 2016 · carousel, Community
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