Latest local news briefs include Citrus Heights council members being criticized for their position on a use-of-force bill, neighbors concerned over a rundown home, shooting suspects arrested in Citrus Heights, and the Easter Bunny arriving at Sunrise Mall.
Former state senate candidate criticizes Citrus Heights council over use-of-force position
Citrus Heights resident Phillip Kim, a Democrat who sought to unseat Sen. Jim Nielsen (R-Tehama) in the last election, published a column on Medium.com criticizing the Citrus Heights City Council’s move to oppose AB 392. (Read column)
Neighbors concerned about rundown home in newer neighborhood
CBS 13 reported Thursday that neighbors are upset about growing piles of garbage at a rundown home on Wachtel Way. (See story)
Roseville shooting suspects crash vehicle in Citrus Heights
At least two people were arrested by Citrus Heights police on Tuesday after they reportedly fled the scene of a shooting in Roseville, and subsequently crashed their vehicle in a residential neighborhood. (See SacBee story)
Easter Bunny arrives at Sunrise Mall
The Easter Bunny arrived to Sunrise Mall on Friday and will be available for photos through April 20. (See Facebook page for times)
*News briefs are published each week in The Sentinel’s Weekend e-Edition and include a roundup of stories and articles about Citrus Heights that were published over the past week from news sources around the region.