A murder from 2013 is back in the spotlight, with at least one suspect in that cold case expected in court today.
Redding police arrested Hartman and Carleen Honaker in August, for the six-year-old crime. The murder of Charles Sweetwood, who was shot to death during a burglary. Hartman is expected in court on Dec. 20. While Honaker has a status hearing scheduled for Thursday.
Butte County Sheriff's Deputies said Sam Koh of Gridley helped fugitive murder suspect Brandon Teixeira hideout and helped him sell drugs. Koh pleaded not guilty to the charges court Wednesday. Prosecutors say a search of his homes in Gridley and Loma Rica revealed guns and marijuana.
We now know what the new sign, "welcoming" people to the town of Paradise will look like! It is the design that public voters chose to be the new look. It was the winner with a 17% margin. The sign and new design will be located on Skyway and Clark road. It replaces the ones destroyed by the Camp Fire. Chico-based, Brian Firth's landscape architect created the new sign. The town of Paradise must still finalize a construction plan and complete the bidding and permitting process before the sign is constructed.
An overnight robbery targeted a pharmacy in Redding, and now, three people are in custody. Redding police arrested one man, Vince Davis Qualls, and two juveniles. Police said one of the suspects forced his way into the Walgreens pharmacy on East Cypress Ave.
Police said the suspect demanded money and prescription medications before getting into a car and driving off. Police said they found that car later and arrested the three passengers.
Mourners crowded the streets of Brooklyn and Jersey City on Thursday in memorial of the lives lost in a Kosher Deli shooting. Now, investigators have identified the suspects as 47-year-old David Anderson and 50-year-old Francine Graham who were killed during the attack. While the two are noted as part of a Jewish hate group, police state that motive has not yet been established.
Members of House Judiciary Committee expected to vote on articles of impeachment
After a marathon session Wednesday, Members of the house judiciary committee are expected to vote on the two articles of impeachment against President Trump. This would be the latest step before house members can make amendments to the articles, though democratic majority support would be needed to pass the articles.