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February 21, 2019

Santa Rosa man receives life sentence in RP burglary

DA Ravitch stated, “This was a heinous act against a young child that rightfully will subject this defendant to spend much if not all of his life behind bars.

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Work from home scams

It is becoming more common for people to look for ways to supplement their income, and job listings for “work from home” jobs are becoming more popular because they are so convenient. Scammers already know...

A transfer of firearms in California

In California, only licensed California firearms dealers who possess a valid Certificate of Eligibility (COE) are authorized to engage in retail sales of firearms. These retail sales require the purchaser to provide personal identifier information...