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Gunman shoots 2 men in Sacramento

Gunman shoots 2 men in Sacramento


Two men were shot in a confrontation Monday afternoon.

Emergency responders said their injuries were non-life-threatening.

The incident was on the 3800 block of Pinell Street in Sacramento at approximately 1:40 p.m.

Sacramento police Officer Michele Gigante said an Hispanic man came up to the two victims who were working on a concrete job and demanded money. The workers refused and that is when the man pulled a long-barreled gun and shot them.

The shooter then fled in a waiting car.


Stunned reaction to former Roseville prep star's murder arrest


A former Roseville High School star athlete accused of murder appeared in an Oregon court Thursday.

Former high school coaches and teachers of 22-year-old Beau Smith are shocked and saddened by what they're hearing. Smith is accused of murdering 66-year-old Michael Hampshire in Salem, Oregon.

The Statesman Journal reported Hampshire's body was found a few blocks away from his Salem home by a passerby early Wednesday morning. A short time after police arrived at the scene, they found Smith nearby. Police interviewed Smith, a chemistry major and wide receiver for the Willamette University football team, and arrested him.

Former Roseville football star arrested for murder in Oregon


A former Roseville High School football standout is accused of murder in Oregon.

Beau Smith, 22, was having a promising football season in his senior year at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, when he was arrested Wednesday in the murder of a 66-year-old man.

Smith played wide receiver for the Willamette Bearcats. The chemistry major showed signs of a bright future. The same was true a few years back at Roseville High School, where Smith excelled in both football and baseball.

Placer County Detective Michael Davis laid to rest


ROSEVILLE - A somber day across the region as friends, family and fellow officers lay a fallen Placer County Detective to rest.

Detective Michael David Davis Jr. was one of two deputies tragically killed last month.

Thousands of men and women in uniform from across the state are expected to pay their respects today to Detective Davis at Adventure Christian Church in Roseville.


WATCH LIVE: Detective Michael Davis Funeral

In a sad twist of irony, Detective Davis was killed 26 years to the day his father, Michael David Davis Sr., lost his life in the line of duty.

Davis Sr. was on the job in Riverside, Calif. when the chopper he was in crashed.

Fallen Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy honored


ROSEVILLE - Communities across the region continue to mourn the loss of two deputies tragically killed last month.

Friends, family and law enforcement agencies from across the state paid their respects today to Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver.

Sacramento County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Lisa Bowman told News10 that today is "overwhelming," as the outpouring of support and condolences began with flowers being delivered and the raising of the American flag for Deputy Oliver's funeral at Adventure Christian Church in Roseville.

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CHP: Weather could be factor in fatal Roseville crash


A person was killed and three others were injured in a multi-vehicle crash early Saturday morning in Roseville.

A blue Kia Spectra stalled on westbound Interstate 80 near Riverside Boulevard about 1:25 a.m., California Highway Patrol Officer Chad Hertzell said. An approaching Toyota Camry, associated with a ride-sharing company, over-corrected, lost control and then hit a tree. A little later, a Dodge Dakota hit the stalled Kia.

Hertzell said a passenger in the Toyota was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver and a second passenger were transported to the hospital with moderate injuries. The driver of the Kia was injured after being hit by the Dodge but was able to start the car and drive to the hospital, Hertzell said. It is unclear if the driver of the Dodge was injured.

A big-rig might have been involved in the crash but left the scene, Hertzell said. It is unclear how or if it was involved.

Rocklin police investigate child abuse at elementary school


ROCKLIN - A Rocklin special education teacher accused of abusing students in her class is on administrative leave. Now, police are investigating whether more school officials broke the law by failing to report the allegations.

Two families have filed claims against the Rocklin Unified School District alleging physical and emotional abuse of their children with special needs. That abuse investigation is now with the Placer County District Attorney's Office, and a separate investigation is looking into possible mandated reporter violations.

Keith Caldwell couldn't believe it when he learned in May that Rocklin police were investigating accusations that a teacher had abused his son, who does not speak due to autism.