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Thursday, December 1, 2022


Citrus Heights police to crack down on illegal fireworks

By Phillip Pesola-- In an effort to keep illegal fireworks to a minimum this year, the Citrus Heights Police Department plans to leverage heavier fines and increased staffing, as well as community awareness and reporting around the July Fourth holiday.

Arson inside Citrus Heights Costco store prompts evacuation

By Mike Hazlip— Customers shopping at Costco on Auburn Boulevard were evacuated Sunday afternoon, after police said a man set fire to several boxes inside the store when he was contacted by loss prevention.

Citrus Heights police announce upcoming DUI Checkpoint

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights Police Department said it will deploy officers to the streets on June 30 for a DUI and drivers license checkpoint operation, in an effort to reduce impaired driving through high-publicity enforcement.

Local church plans new perimeter fence to stop ongoing vandalism

By Mike Hazlip— After repeated incidents of vandalism, Holy Family Catholic Church is planning to install a perimeter fence.

One arrested after Friday-night disruption at Sunrise Rollerland

By Mike Hazlip— An incident involving a group of juveniles at Sunrise Rollerland drew a heavy police presence Friday night.

Vehicle fire at Citrus Heights apartments deemed arson

By Mike Hazlip— The cause of a recent vehicle fire that sent up a plume of black smoke near Oak Avenue and Sunrise Boulevard was arson, according to the vehicle’s owner.

Home invasion leads to police chase through Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— Sirens and heavy police activity could be heard traveling through Citrus Heights Monday night, after a home invasion robbery in Carmichael led to a lengthy pursuit that involved spike strips and attempts by a suspect to ram police vehicles.

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