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Citrus Heights News Briefs: collision, missing woman, stolen vehicle

Latest local news briefs include two being injured in a collision with a utility pole on Auburn Boulevard, police recovering a stolen vehicle, and a vigil being held at Rusch Park in honor of a missing woman.

Collision knocks down utility pole on Auburn Blvd; two injured
CBS Sacramento reported Wednesday that an early morning collision on Auburn Boulevard knocked down a power pole, prompting closure of the roadway. An email from police indicated the incident occurred sometime before 1 a.m. on May 10, leaving northbound traffic reduced to one lane. KCRA reported that two people were injured in the collision and that alcohol may have been a factor. (See KCRA story)

Family of missing woman holds event at Rusch Park
KCRA reported Monday that family and friends of Chandra Taylor, who went missing six years ago, held a May 6 vigil at Rusch Park in her honor. She was last seen near a gas station at Watt Avenue and Auburn Boulevard in 2017. (See full story)

Police recover stolen vehicle
Citrus Heights police said Friday in a post on social media that officers spotted a stolen vehicle being driven in Citrus Heights, leading to an arrest and the vehicle being returned back to its owner. Photos posted by police show a woman standing next to an officer, with a white Honda Civic in the background.

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