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September Army Of Angels Meeting

September Army Of Angels 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 September 4th 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 old West.

Current area Army Of Angels projects include Diva Day. 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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Battle for Veterans: Kicks off 2012 High School Football Season

LOOMIS, CA - The Battle for Veterans football invitational will showcase some of the top teams from the Sacramento area against some of the best from Southern California.

Reigning D-III Sac Joaquin Section Champion Del Oro High School will highlight and host the two day event that honors wounded veterans.

The Golden Eagles, who are ranked 12th in the state by USA Today will face perenial powerhouse #18 Oaks Christian on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Franklin of Elk Grove will open the tournament against Thousand Oaks Friday night at 5:00 p.m. Saturday night #14 Granite Bay will take on #6 Westlake.

For the Del Oro players who are looking for a third straight Section Title and another run at a State Bowl (runner-up in 2011 to Helix High), the invitational is about more than just football.

K9 sniffs out 175 lbs of pot in Loomis traffic stop

LOOMIS, CA - A Placer County sheriff's K9 helped collar a man suspected of transporting 175 pounds of marijuana Tuesday night.

According to Placer County Sheriff Edward Bonner, a deputy pulled over 51-year-old Thomas Franklin Williams on Interstate 80 near Horseshoe Bar Road for a vehicle violation.

Williams was found to be driving on a suspended license during the stop, said Bonner.

Deputies subsequently had their K9 Okar search Williams' truck. During the search, Okar located seven large boxes filled with approximately 175 pounds of marijuana inside the bed of the truck. Williams also had a loaded .44-caliber Ruger Redhawk handgun inside the cab, Bonner said.

Williams was taken into custody and booked into the Placer County Jail on felony charges including: transportation, sales and possession of marijuana; carrying a loaded firearm with the intent to commit a felony; and carrying a loaded and concealed firearm in a vehicle.

Rocklin's William Jessup U. gets $17m expansion

ROCKLIN, CA -  William Jessup University is expecting a record number of students to return to campus later this August.  The students, in excess of 1,000, will be greeted with a $17 million expansion at the university.

The 54,000 square-foot expansion includes a new state-of-the-art dining facility with an open-style kitchen, a new gymnasium for basketball and volleyball, and new classrooms and music practice rooms.

William Jessup University is Sacramento's only private, four-year residential university.

This is the second major campus expansion in the past three years.

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Driver, pedestrian ID'd in fatal Roseville crash

ROSEVILLE, CA - One person was killed and two injured when a man fleeing Roseville police allegedly hit a pedestrian Tuesday night.

Around 8 p.m., police got a report of a pick-up truck following too closely and screeching its tires.  The truck was later spotted by officers parked across from the Placer County fairgrounds, Lt. Michael Doane said.

When officers approached the pick up on foot, police said the driver, Oleg Tarasuk, 50, of Roseville, revved his engine.

"One officer actually tried to pull the key out of the ignition but the suspect accelerated," said Doane, "The officers were just able to get away from the vehicle before being dragged."

Police looking for missing 35-year-old Rocklin woman

ROCKLIN, CA - The Rocklin Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing 35-year-old woman.

Viktoriya Ioffe, of Rocklin, was reported missing on Thursday, August 9, according to a Rocklin Police Dept. report.

Ioffe was last seen at her workplace near Bell Road in Auburn around 4:30 p.m. on August 6.

The police report indicated that Ioffe last spoke with her family on August 7 and appeared to be fine. However, she did not show up for work as scheduled on August 9, and has not been seen since.

Ioffe was described as a 5'5" tall white woman, weighing 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She drives a red 2007 Nissan Versa with California licensee plate number 5WXF963.

Anyone with information on Ioffe's whereabouts was encouraged to call the Rocklin Police Department at (916) 625-5400. Please reference case # 12-222-7.