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Deputies investigate fatal shooting at a Fair Oaks park


Sacramento County Sheriff's detectives arrested Elija Ray Lambert, 21, for shooting and killing a man in Fair Oaks Friday night. Family of the victim tell News10 the victim died in a senseless way.

The victim, 19-year-old, Miguel Henry Martinez, was declared dead at the scene, near a bike trail in Bannister Park in the 3800 block of Bannister Road, said Sacramento County Sheriff's Sgt. Lisa Bowman.

Tom Cline told News10 his brother, Martinez, was fooling around with his friends near the trail. They were in possession of a gun and bullet proof vest, Cline says he doesn't know where they got those items.

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Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center honors fallen soldiers, veterans, active duty military

Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center honors fallen soldiers, veterans, active duty military

Employees, physicians and volunteers recognized for their service before Memorial Day holiday

 

SACRAMENTO, May 21, 2015 –Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center held a special ceremony today honoring the memories of all who have died on behalf of our country, and also recognized employees, physicians and volunteers who are active duty personnel or military veterans.

Dozens of military honorees and family members were presented with commemorative “challenge coins” during a noontime ceremony recognizing their service to our country.

The ceremony leading into the Memorial Day weekend provided Kaiser Permanente employees, physicians and volunteers with an opportunity to remember those who have lost their lives serving our country.

The keynote speaker was Charlene Taylor, the hospital’s former chief operating officer who now is chair of the California Veterans Board.

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Hosts Two Community Coffees

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Hosts Two Community Coffees

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Hosts Two Community Coffees

in Rosemont and Arden-Arcade

 

WHEN:          Both Events Occurring

   Saturday, May 30, 2015

WHERE:      

Coffee #1 Rosemont

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM in Rosemont

Starbuck

3539 Bradshaw Road Sacramento, CA 95827

near Old Placerville Road, Rosemont

 

Coffee #2 Arden-Arcade

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

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Antelope Summerfest - May 30th!

Antelope Summerfest - May 30th!

3nd Annual Antelope Summerfest – Concert and Family Event

Free family event with live concert by the Tone Monkey’s, community demonstrations and free games and activities for young people.

 

Antelope, CA – District 4 Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan along with Sunrise Recreation and Park District, Raley’s, Bel Air, Sacramento Metropolitan Fire, the Antelope Lions, Precision Orthodontics, California American Water, and Good Neighbors of Antelope are proud to present Antelope Summerfest on Saturday, May 30th 2015 from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Activities will all be taking place at Antelope Community Park located at 8012 Palmerson Drive, Antelope, CA.

Activities

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Support Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy - Host Sheriff Ed Bonner

Support Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy - Host Sheriff Ed Bonner

Book Reviews- Hold Me like a Breath, Black Iris, The Devil you know , Every Last word, All for you

Book Reviews- Hold Me like a Breath, Black Iris, The Devil you know , Every Last word, All for you

Penelope receives transfusions and very delicate. She has had a crush on gabe for the longest time. Carter is her brother and in the family business. They are both part of the body transplant Crime families. She finds out some of Carter secrets , and she also wants some real answers.

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