Tag Archive for ‘Redding’

Boater Presumed Drowned on Sacramento River

On 7-20-2014 at approximately 1420 hours, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office received a call of an overturned vessel on the Sacramento River. The Sheriff’s Office Boating Unit that patrols the river responded to the area of “Wyndham Riffle” along with the California Highway Patrol Air Unit. The reporting party, Robert Watson, advised that his canoe [...]

Argument Leads to Multiple Assaults in South Redding

On Sunday, July 20th, 2014 at approximately 12:49 A.M., Redding Police Officers received a call for service regarding two people who had possibly been struck by a vehicle. All Redding Police Department resources were committed to a critical incident investigation (see press release 14-51631), which resulted in officers from the California Highway Patrol initially responding [...]

Menu Please: Taj Mahal – Delicious Food, Incessant Service

Okay, a show of hands, please: who remembers the Cypress Street Bridge construction? Whoa! A LOT of you. Wasn’t that fun? Trying to figure out where the stop lights were, which lane was which, and God help you if you had to cross the bridge during the noon hour.  It’s been completed for a few years [...]

Wanted man turns self in

On June 29, 2014, at 1528 hours, Tyrae Christopher Clayborne turned himself in at the Shasta County Jail. Clayborne was wanted on one felony warrant for Revocation of Probation, one misdemeanor warrant for Contempt of Court and one misdemeanor warrant for Failure to Appear. Clayborne will remain in custody until court proceedings. – Press Release

Coroner releases identities of murder, shooting subjects

On 06/20/2014, the Redding Police Department responded to a stabbing at 1616 Willis St., in Redding. During the investigation, a stabbing victim was found deceased and officers from the Redding Police Department encountered an armed subject who was subsequently shot by officers.

Murder, Officer-Involved Shooting in Redding

  On 06/20/14, Friday, at 0147 hours, officers with the Redding Police Department were called to 1616 Willis Street, Redding for a reported disturbance where a subject, hereafter referred to as Victim, was reported as being stabbed. Upon officer’s arrival, they encountered a Suspect in the front yard of 1616 Willis Street who brandished a [...]

Menu Please: Positive Affirmations and Sandwiches at Turbo’z Deli

It just occurred to Femme de Joie that someone who works in the area of Market and Tehama is spoiled for choice at lunchtime. Within a block each way lie two sandwich shops, two Mexican restaurants, one pizza place, one pub, a Japanese restaurant, and probably another place or two that escape her just now. [...]

Menu Please: El Rinconcito’s little corner of good food

After Senor Rosa’s upped sticks and moved into the old Leatherby’s Family Creamery at the south end of the Downtown Mall (call it the Promenade all you like, it’s still the old Downtown Mall) that funny little cinder block building set back from Eureka Way didn’t sit vacant for long. Salvador Hernandez stepped up and [...]

Police Seeking Information on Shell Gas Station Robbery

On March 20, 2014 at 5:15 pm, the Shell Gas Station at 1233 Hilltop Drive was robbed. The suspect, a white male adult, used a knife to steal money from the business. The suspect is described as a white male adult, approximately 30 years of age, 6’ tall with a slender build, and dark hair. [...]

Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s New Building Quite a Production

ASHLAND, Ore.—‘Tis the season once again at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, our first-class theatrical neighbor some 140 miles north of Redding. As always, a mix of freshly interpreted classics by the Bard, original scripts and other dramas and comedies are on the docket. Behind the scenes this year: a new production building that will streamline [...]

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