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Citrus Heights News Briefs: police activity, SJHS incident, wall

Latest local news briefs include an update on police activity for the past week, a parent attacking a student at San Juan High School and a 375-foot memorial wall being set up at Rusch Park.

Citrus Heights police issue latest weekly report
The Citrus Heights Police Department reported receiving a total of 1,624 calls for service during the final week of March, from March 24-30, including 2,587 calls into dispatch. The department reported 80 traffic stops were made, 183 reports were taken and 30 arrests were made. (See full incident logs)

Parent attacks student inside San Juan High School classroom
KCRA reported Monday that a parent entered San Juan High School and attacked a 17-year-old student inside a classroom. The student told KCRA the woman “shove[d] two chairs at my face and then just starts to attack me.” The parent was issued a citation by police for battery on school grounds. (See full story)

ABC 10 features segment on “Wall that Heals” in Citrus Heights
In a report on Friday, ABC 10 showed footage from The Wall That Heals display at Rusch Park, noting that eight names listed on the wall were from Citrus Heights. The 375-foot mobile display is set up for viewing 24-hours-a-day through about 2 p.m. on April 2. (See ABC 10 story)

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