Citrus Heights police confirmed multiple arrests were made after several “isolated incidents of vandalism and looting” occurred Sunday night.
The Citrus Heights Police Department will have additional officers patrolling the city over Memorial Day Weekend, police said in a media release Friday.
Citrus Heights resident Jason Earl Hook, 44, plead no contest last Friday to seven counts of sexual assault involving minors. Citrus Heights police arrested Hook last September, following an investigation.
By Rylie Friesen-A new six-part documentary series recounting true-crime author Michelle McNamara’s journey to try to catch the Golden State Killer is being released next month. HBO’s “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” series details McNamara’s search to identify the Golden State Killer, according to the Daily Mail. Her tireless amateur detective work resulted[Read More…]
By Rylie Friesen–Citrus Heights police officers and personnel are participating in a new “America Strong and United” campaign to recognize the role of first responders and essential workers in keeping communities safe and functioning through the COVID-19 crisis. The local department is joining the California Police Chiefs Association in wearing[Read More…]
May is both national bicycle safety and motorcycle safety awareness month, and the Citrus Heights Police Department is reminding drivers and cyclists to look out for eachother on the roadways.
A father and his six-year-old daughter are still recovering after a head-on collision in Citrus Heights left them seriously injured and killed two others.
By Mike Hazlip–
Citrus Heights City Council members on Thursday unanimously voted to accept a $606,000 grant to curb youth tobacco use over a three year period.