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7/28/2014
Deadly Weekend on Russian River
It's been a deadly weekend on the Russian River. On Saturday, a kayaker overturned in the water and was stuck below the surface for 7 to ten minutes. The 20-year old man could not be revived and died at the scene. And last night a teenage boy between 17 and 19 years old drowned on the Russian River. His body was found in ten feet of water by emergency crews at about 8:30pm.
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7/28/2014
Falling Tiles Injure Casino Concert Goers
When you are in the entertainment business, everyone wants the good times to roll. But everything came to a full stop when tiles fell from the ceiling of the Graton Resort and Casino's event center last week, injuring three people who were attending a concert. The concertgoers, who were not named, suffered minor injuries including lacerations and were taken to local hospitals.Theincident happened during a concert by the Mexican group Los Caminantes at the casino that opened in November outside Rohnert Park. In a statement, casino General Manager Joe Hasson wished the injured guests a quick recovery.
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7/28/2014
Stolen Car Spotted Leads to Chase, DUI Arrest
Two Sacramento residents are in custody after they tried to get away from Petaluma police in a stolen vehicle. An officer spotted the stolen car late Saturday night on Ellis Street and tried to pull it over. Police said a short pursuit began, and the driver ran several red lights and was speeding while trying to lose the officer. A man and a woman finally surrendered without incident and both were arrested on suspicion of stealing the car, while the man was also charged with felony evasion and DUI.
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7/25/2014
Shotgun Found at School Believed to Be Gang "Community Gun"
Police say a loaded shotgun found by kids playing at an elementary school is linked to gang activity. Children attending a city summer camp at Santa Rosa's Lincoln Elementary School on West Ninth Street found the shotgun while searching for marbles. A police spokesman said the weapon is likely a "community gun" put there by a gang member for anyone to use. Investigators are looking into the gun's serial number to track the gun's ownership, and hope that fingerprints or DNA possibly found on the weapon may lead to a suspect.
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