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Citrus Heights woman pleads ‘no contest’ to setting fire to her home

By Mike Hazlip— The fire-damaged home of a Citrus Heights woman charged with arson remains unrepaired, as she is left with little options a year later.

Citrus Heights bar hit with 30-day suspension on alcohol sales

By Mike Hazlip— Rocky’s 7440 Club was hit with a 30 day suspension by the California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC), according to an...

Citrus Heights officer commended for attempting to save homeless woman’s life

By Mike Hazlip— A Citrus Heights police officer is being commended by an area homeless rights advocate following a "heroic" attempt to save the life of a 48-year-old Citrus Heights resident.

Citrus Heights police to conduct Thursday-night DUI checkpoint

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights Police Department said it will deploy officers to the streets for a DUI and drivers license checkpoint operation this Thursday, in an effort to reduce impaired driving through high-publicity enforcement.

Citrus Heights business district spending $300k to combat crime, blight

By Mike Hazlip— The Sunrise Marketplace Property-based Business Improvement District (PBID) is spending almost a quarter of its budget this year on crime prevention and maintenance, up from zero percent prior to 2020.

CHPD: Juvenile suspect fled crash scene, threatened to kill police

Sentinel staff report-- Citrus Heights Police on Monday released information stemming from a weekend collision at Sylvan Corners that involved a heavy police presence, saying several suspects attempted to flee the scene.

Citrus Heights Police Chief says city is well-prepared to handle active shooter incidents

By Mike Hazlip— Following a request from the Citrus Heights City Council in the wake of the deadly Uvalde, Texas school shooting in May, Police Chief Alex Turcotte said in an update last week that his department is working with the school district to review and update plans for responding to active shooter situations.

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