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Citrus Heights News Briefs: Mayor, sex crimes, dash cam fire

Latest local news briefs in Citrus Heights include a dash camera video capturing a dramatic end to a police chase, fire damaging two homes, the mayor being featured in a regional magazine, and a deputy from Citrus Heights being arrested and charged with sex crimes.

Dash cam video captures dramatic end to police chase in Citrus Heights
Dash camera video uploaded to Youtube by Tyler Anderson shows the end of a police chase in Citrus Heights on June 11, where a pickup truck is seen slamming into another vehicle after running a red light at Auburn Boulevard and Carriage Drive.

Deputy from Citrus Heights arrested, charged with sex crimes
A 44-year-old Sacramento Sheriff’s Deputy from Citrus Heights was arrested on Thursday and charged with five felonies, involving intercourse and oral copulation with a minor, The Sacramento Bee and other news outlets reported Thursday.

Fire in Citrus Heights damages two homes
Firefighters in triple-digit heat battled a two-alarm fire in Citrus Heights that involved two homes on Glass Slipper Way on Wednesday. A woman reportedly suffered burns and at least one cat died, according to CBS 13.

Citrus Heights mayor featured in regional magazine
Citrus Heights Mayor Jeannie Bruins was featured in Sacramento’s Comstock’s Magazine in a June 10 article titled “Growing Pains.” Bruins talks about changes in the city over the past two decades, along with a future outlook. (See article)

*News briefs are published each week in The Sentinel’s Weekend e-Edition and include a roundup of stories and articles from the region about Citrus Heights.

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