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Roseville cops bust suspected drug dealer

ROSEVILLE, CA - A Carmichael man is being held in Sacramento County Jail on drug possession, sales and weapon booking charges.

Michael Ramborger, 45, was arrested last week when Roseville police detectives found him with methamphetamine and heroin packaged for sales in his possession said police spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther. Detectives also reported recovering a loaded handgun with its serial number removed from Ramborger.

Detectives suspect Ramborger of selling drugs in Roseville and other area cities, Gunther said.

Ramborger is ineligible for bail because he is believed to have violated conditions of supervised release as a state prison parolee, Gunther added. Classified as a"non-violent, non-serious, non-sex-offender," Ramborger was on probation.

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Weekly Challenge: Get OUTside and Get Moving!

Weekly Challenge: Get OUTside and Get Moving!

 

 Get OUT(side)   With the hot weather, and even Spare the Air days, it is easy to feel stuck inside.

Pet Care Service Associations Code of Ethics

Pet Care Service Associations Code of Ethics

       A very interesting set of codes determined by the Pet Care Services Association.       

 

               The Dog Boarding Code of Ethics Consists of the Following:

 

  • To Provide Conscientious care for the animals entrusted in me.
  • To Learn more about our profession and improve our services
  • To Deal Honestly and fairly with the public
  • To place service to our customers and their pets above personal gain
  • To avoid and slander of the competition
  • To Support my association and it's policies
  • To abide by Federal and Local Laws governing animal care
  • To Operate our business in such a manner to reflect honor upon the pet care services
  • To encourage responsible pet ownership

 

Week 2: Rocklin 6, Whitney 0

ROCKLIN - The Rocklin Thunder shutout the Whitney Wildcats, 6-0.

Next Friday, Del Campo will host Rocklin, while Whitney will host Christian Brothers.

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Lincoln karate teacher sentenced for child porn offenses

SACRAMENTO, CA - A former Lincoln karate instructor is headed to prison for 20 years on child pornography charges.

The sentence handed down to Justin Graham, 31, was the maximum allowed by law. He pleaded guilty to  charges last March.

According to federal court records, a joint FBI and Sacramento Internet Crimes Against Children task force investigation found Graham was sharing child porn online. His computer contained thousands of such images and video of children being sexually exploited.

As disturbing, investigators also reported finding Graham had been taking videos of some of his karate students, including children, when they were changing clothes at his home, said Lauren Horwood, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of California.

Graham was also ordered to pay a $5,000 fine. Upon release from prison, he must register as sex offender and he will be under lifetime supervised release.

Veterans Pancake Breakfast Benefiting The Soldiers Project Sept 22

Veterans Pancake Breakfast Benefiting The Soldiers Project Sept 22

Building on the momentum started last year, volunteers at St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church in Roseville will host their second annual Veterans Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 22.

The event will benefit The Soldiers Project/Sacramento-Placer, a non-profit organization which provides free, confidential psychological therapy to active-duty military and veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as their family members and loved ones.

Golden brown pancakes and all the fixin’s will be served from 8-11 a.m. Besides pancakes, the Sept. 22 menu will include link sausage, juice, milk and regular or decaffeinated Starbucks coffee. Ticket prices are $5 for adults and $3 for children under 10 years of age.

CAGE FREE - The New Dog Boarding Revolution

CAGE FREE - The New Dog Boarding Revolution

Many of us have always thought of dog boarding for our lovable pooches as them spending day after day in a small cage.   Well the times are finally changing where your dog can live like their at home even when they are at a "dog boarding" facility.  

At Aunt Cynthia's Bed and Biscuit Inn in Loomis your dog gets to hang out on a couch with other dogs and their favorite dog sitter.   Each hour your dog gets to go out for play time with all their new friends.

The way this all works is so simple.    There are four different rooms based on your dogs temperament.  In other words the small ones all hang out together.  The young playful ones all go together and of course the chilled out older ones all get to take naps together.

For all you frequent travelers who worry about your pooch when you are gone; worry no more - the Cage Free Revolution is here.