Citrus Heights police vehicles and crime scene tape could be seen at San Juan Park on Saturday after a body was found in the southwest area of the park.
The heavily trafficked intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and Madison Avenue in Citrus Heights was shut down after a two-vehicle collision involving a utility pole occurred in the early morning hours on Wednesday.
POLICE: Hit-and-run likely cause of downed wires, Auburn Blvd closure
Crime scene tape outside a Citrus Heights home on Sunday caused speculation and rumors to spread on social media, as police investigated a death at a home in the area of Glen Tree Drive.
So far this year an average of 18 vehicles were stolen in Citrus Heights per month, and those with certain vehicle models are more at risk than others.
Firefighters on Thursday responded to reports of a fire in the nature preserve area behind Costco, with the fire quickly being extinguished after it was located next to an elevated pedestrian walkway.
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and citizens of Citrus Heights will be seeing smoke this week as firefighters conduct a live fire training at Bayside Church.
Two major collisions Friday night kept Citrus Heights police busy, including a head-on collision on Greenback Lane that shut down both directions of the roadway and another collision on Auburn Boulevard that left one man dead.