Sacramento/ Crime & Emergencies
Published on December 06, 2019
Top Sacramento crime news: Officers shoot dog during probation search; missing at-risk person; morePhoto: iStock

Read on for the top crime and emergency news you may have missed in Sacramento.

Probation officers shoot dog during home search in North Sacramento

Sacramento County probation officers shot a dog during a probation search at a North Sacramento area home on Thursday, police say.

Read the full story on CBS13 CBS Sacramento.

Sheriff's office looking for at-risk missing person

The Sacramento County Sheriff's office is looking for an at-risk missing person, Glenn Wyatt. Wyatt was last seen walking in the 8200 block of Gwinhurst Circle at 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

Read the full story on CBS13 CBS Sacramento.

Sacramento man in ICE custody after serving sentence for DUI. Activists allege sheriff broke state law.

Enrique Nambo, a Sacramento resident, has been held in an ICE detention facility after completing a sentence for DUI in a Sacramento Sheriff’s Office jail. Nambo’s attorney says the agency broke state law.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.

Driving school owner sentenced for DMV license bribery scheme, US attorneys say

Jagpal “Paul” Singh was sentenced to prison for his role in a scheme that involved bribing California Department of Motor Vehicles employees to provide commercial driver’s licenses for unqualified applicants.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.

Accused ISIS fighter returns to court for extradition hearing

The Sacramento County man accused of shooting and killing an Iraqi police officer as a member of ISIS returned Wednesday to federal court, where he sat through hours of arguments over his possible extradition to Iraq to face charges in the shooting.

Read the full story on KCRA 3.

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