MARYSVILLE (CBS13) – Detectives have made an arrest in a 2017 homicide case in Marysville. Jesse Becerra was shot and killed back on Oct. 28, 2017 along the 1300 block of Yuba Street. Exactly what led up to Becerra being shot is still unclear, but police said at the time the incident didn’t appear to be random. Witnesses saw three people leaving the scene right after the shots rang out. Late Wednesday morning, the Marysville Police Department arrested 26-year-old Olivehurst resident Ruben Augustine Blajos in connection to the case. Blajos is facing charges of murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Detectives say the case is still an active investigation. … [Read more...] about Suspect Arrested In 2017 Marysville Murder Case
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This undated file photo provided by Cornelia Reynolds shows her son Gabriel Taye when he was in second grade. The parents of Taye, who hanged himself from his bunk bed with a neck tie want school officials held responsible, alleging that they tolerated and covered up bullying in their federal lawsuit testing the issue of school liability in such cases. The wrongful death suit filed against Cincinnati Public Schools, its officials and staff at his elementary school cites repeated examples of bullying. However, courts have set a high bar for finding schools liable. less This undated file photo provided by Cornelia Reynolds shows her son Gabriel Taye when he was in second grade. The parents of Taye, who hanged himself from his bunk bed with a neck tie want school officials held ... more Photo: Cornelia Reynolds … [Read more...] about An 8-year-old killed himself after being bullied, police say. The school district wants immunity.
A study of nearly 1,900 fatal police encounters and millions of birth records in California suggests that police killings of unarmed black people may affect the health of black infants before they are even born.Pregnant black women who lived near the site of such officer-involved fatalities had their babies sooner than mothers who weren’t exposed to such incidents during their pregnancies, researchers found. What’s more, those infants had significantly lower birth weights — a risk factor for future health problems. The findings, published this week in the journal Science Advances, point to the ways police killings of unarmed black Americans affect the community at large, even over multiple generations.“We often think about police violence as having these individual-level consequences,” said Kristin Turney, a sociologist at UC Irvine who was not involved in the new research. “But this paper is really innovative because it shows that police violence … [Read more...] about Police shootings of unarmed black people linked to health problems for black infants
(CNN)Just last week, a Wisconsin woman teaching her teenage son to drive was shot to death in a road rage incident after a minor car crash. In late August, an Atlanta man allegedly ran over another man he thought was throwing golf balls at his car. In July, a road-raging Alabama woman tried to shoot another vehicle but shot her husband instead. And that same month in Houston, two young children and their parents were injured in an apparent road rage incident when a driver fired a gun at their car, igniting the fireworks inside. An unusually hot-blooded summer? No, not really. Road rage has been on the rise for years. Fatal car crashes linked to aggressive driving climbed nearly 500% in 10 years, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, from 80 in 2006 to 467 in 2015. JUST WATCHED Mom details apparent road rage killing of daughter Replay More Videos ... MUST WATCH Mom details apparent road rage killing of daughter 01:07 The Trace, a … [Read more...] about Road rage is on the rise. Here’s how to survive these dangerous encounters.
Get '5 things' in your inbox If your day doesn't start until you've gotten up to speed on the latest headlines, then let us introduce you to your new favorite morning fix. Sign up here for the '5 Things' newsletter. (CNN)Pantone has chosen the 2020 Color of the Year, and it's a tried-and-true classic. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.) 1. Impeachment investigation The first day of the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearings was a long one, but if you paid attention, you probably learned a thing or two about American history. Four constitutional law professors -- three called by Democrats and one by Republicans -- took a step back from the intricate and specific details of the Intelligence Committee's proceedings to provide a greater historical and legal framework for impeachment. The big questions: What, exactly, … [Read more...] about 5 things to know for December 5: Impeachment, George Zimmerman, sex assaults, measles