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3 in custody following Carmichael robbery, pursuit

ROSEVILLE, CA - Sacramento County sheriff's deputies took three people into custody following a robbery and police pursuit that ended with a crash at Sunrise Boulevard and Douglas Boulevard Monday afternoon.

Deputy Jason Ramos said two individuals robbed a Little Caesar's pizza parlor at Madison Avenue and Jackson Street in Carmichael. When deputies responded, the suspected robbers in a black Mitsubishi SUV fled with sheriff's units in pursuit onto eastbound Interstate 80, exiting at Douglas Boulevard before crashing.

Three men ran from the car. Ramos said two were found and detained quickly. The third person believed involved was caught at 5:40 p.m.

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Rocklin teacher accused of student sex charges

ROCKLIN, CA - Rocklin police say a local high school teacher was arrested Monday on suspicion of having a sexual relationship with an underage student at his school.

Lt. Lon Milka says investigators were contacted by the mother of the 17-year-old girl on Saturday night that her daughter and teacher Matthew Yamamoto might be engaged in an inappropriate relationship.

Yamamoto, 33, teaches at Whitney High School where the alleged victim is a student.

Police investigated and arrested Yamamoto at his Rocklin home. He was booked into Placer County Jail for child molestation and arranging to meet with a minor for the purposes of committing a lewd act, according to the police report.

Bail was set at $100,000.

Detectives continue to investigate Yamamoto and urged any other potential victims to contact the Rocklin Police Department.

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Army Of Angels October Meeting

Army Of Angels October Meeting

Army Of Angels an international coalition of child advocacy individuals, groups, businesses and organizations, will host their monthly Greater Sacramento region monthly meeting Tuesday evening October 2nd starting at 6:00 P.M. 5690 Mesa Verde Circle Rocklin,CA. 95677.Guests are asked to confirm participation in advance and bring an item for the pot luck dinner. Meeting/food theme will be Halloween.

Current area Army Of Angels projects include Recycle The Treats. Hope For The Holidays, Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice and National Child Abuse Prevention Month (April) 2013.Those wishing to attend. get their pot luck assignment or learn more may contact Army Of Angels Founder Kathleen Moore at 916-259-4396.

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PHOTOS: Cars, chili bring crowd to Rocklin

ROCKLIN, CA - Thousands of people attended Rocklin's 19th Annual Hot Chili and Cool Cars event Saturday.

The festival was set up in downtown Rocklin on Pacific Street to showcase nearly 200 classic cars. Plus, more than 30 cooks competed in the chili cooking contest.

PHOTOS: Cars and chili take over Rocklin

The event also raised money for the Matt Redding Foundation. Officer Redding was killed in the line of duty by a drunk driver in a hit and run in October 2005. Proceeds from the chili kits will help fund scholarships handed out by the foundation.

The event also had dozens of games for kids, more than 100 vendors and performances from Country singer Dave Russell.

The Hot Chili and Cool Cars event went from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Former Placer Co. wealth 'guru' charged in huge Ponzi scheme

SACRAMENTO, CA - A former Placer County wealth advisor who promised clients he could make them rich has been indicted following a four-year investigation into a massive Ponzi scheme.

Lawrence Leland "Lee" Loomis, 55, was the founder of Loomis Wealth Solutions and several related companies that allegedly defrauded at least 176 investors and lenders out of more than $20 million.

Six Loomis associates are also named in the 50-count indictment, including Loomis' father-in-law, John Hagener, 76.

Loomis and Hagener were arrested in Roseville Friday morning and pleaded not guilty during their initial appearance in federal court Friday afternoon.  

Hagener was released on an unsecured $1 million bond, but Magistrate Judge Kendall Newman ordered Loomis held without bail out of fear that he might flee rather than risk serving the rest of his life in prison.