Sentinel staff report–Nearly a dozen Metro Fire vehicles including two battalion chiefs were dispatched to the intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and Antelope Road Wednesday evening for a report of “significant smoke,” believed to be a commercial fire. Fire Capt. Chris Vestal said the source of the smoke was eventually determined[Read More…]
A local mini mart on San Juan Avenue was the scene of heavy police activity Tuesday morning, as multiple agencies assisted with a search of the building.
In an unusual theft in Citrus Heights early Wednesday morning, police say a suspect ripped out a Chase Bank ATM on Sunrise Boulevard using a stolen forklift.
A newly released 226-page e-book compiled by the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office includes numerous of stories Citrus Heights residents and others who share their memories of living through the years when the East Area Rapist was on the loose.
A new police vehicle with a graphic wrap designed for community outreach to reduce youth tobacco use will soon be seen at local schools — that is, whenever schools return to session amid COVID-19 closures.
Sentinel staff report–Citrus Heights police on Friday began deploying additional officers on the streets to target drivers suspected to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The operation is funded by federal grant money and will continue through Jan. 2, the department said in a news release. The additional[Read More…]
Speed limits at four locations in Citrus Heights officially increased by five miles per hour on Monday, along with a drop in the speed limit on one section of roadway.
By Mike Hazlip—Citrus Heights police officers arrested a 22-year-old male for felony DUI at the scene of a rollover collision at Sunrise Boulevard and Larwin Drive Saturday night. Citrus Heights Police Lt. Michael Wells told The Sentinel officers arrived on the scene on Dec. 12 at approximately 9 p.m. and[Read More…]