Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 5-2-17

by Placerville Newswire / May 03, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

The following people are on the arrest log of May 2, 2017, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

ASSISI, CHRISTOPHER JAMES
Age: 39, Sex: M
BN: JN1702150
Facility: LT, Agency: SLPD
Status: INCUSTODY
Crime 1: MISDEMEANOR 647(H) LOITER/ETC PRIVATE PROP Bail: $500.00
Crime 2: MISDEMEANOR 148.9(A) FALSE ID TO SPECIFIC PO’S Bail: $2,000.00
Crime 3: FELONY 3056 VIOLATION OF PAROLE:FEL

Placerville Road Closed for 30 days Starting Wednesday May 3

by Placerville Newswire / May 02, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

Placerville Road from Highway 50 to White Rock Road is scheduled to be closed for 30 days starting Wednesday, May 3. Scott Road will be available as a detour. This work marks the start of an 18-month schedule of infrastructure and road improvements south of Highway 50 in the Folsom Plan Area.

Burning Activity at Pine Hill Preserve near El Dorado Hills announced by BLM

by Placerville Newswire / May 02, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

In the coming weeks, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will start burning small brush piles to get rid of fire fuel to improve public safety, and as a result, residents of the Cameron Park area near the BLM Pine Hill Preserve may start seeing and smelling smoke.  The prescribed burning will start in May and will continue as weather conditions allow.

El Dorado County Aggravated Identity Thieves to See 5 Years in Prison

by Placerville Newswire / May 02, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

Trevor Kintaro Lichnock-Gembe, 29, of Fair Oaks, has been sentenced to four years and 10 months in prison for bank fraud, aggravated identity theft, and unlawful possession of identification documents of others, says U.S. Attorney Phillip Talbert.

CALIFORNIA TO FREE 9,500 INMATES OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS

by Placerville Newswire / May 02, 2017 / comments

[California County News]

All inmates except those on death row and those serving life without parole are eligible under the new credit system. That means even violent offenders could receive 20% of time served.
The latest changes must get final approval from state regulators after a public comment period. 

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