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A WAITRESS GOT $1800 AS A TIP
In the week, a waitress from Sacramento was astonished to get a $1,800 gratuity left by the customer. She hosted a relatively local group in the Wildwood Cafe and bar of the Courtyards on Tuesday night Kathleen Moreno told her. Like any other client that arrives at the restaurant, she retorted that she regarded them with respect and dignity. The payment of the group pertained to almost $165. Moreno said that a female lady in the group paid the bill and that she was shocked by the amount she had transcribed once she got the returned check. She hasn't ever encountered or seen the lady before, Moreno notified. This evening's table was only one of four she had already been clamoring for.
SACRAMENTO — One person stated as man was injured at Oak Park Shooting. Sacramento investigate a Saturday night shooting at Oak Park which really abandoned one person is injured.
The shooting took place around 6:49 p.m. by the police. Towards the San Jose Way 2900. According to the authorities, there is no such life risk and nobody has been dead until now, but further information is provided because there is no idea who is shooting and why the area is being watched.
Sacramento PD stated that the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and took himself to the hospital immediately by the authorities. Police said at this time there is no suspicious information available.
Calif. — Two groups met on Saturday to show support for the same cause, more than 20 miles apart. That town of El Dorado and the town of Folsom all paid tribute in two drastically different ways to the life of deputy El Dorado County Sheriff, Brian Ishmael.
The El Dorado Gun Club collected monthly match fees and held a donation raffle to the memorial fund of the fallen deputy. "We just felt, you know, we had to give back," said Sandra Longcor, Club Treasurer. "I know that Deputy Ishmael and other members of the department have trained here."
It was brought to the case by members of the El Dorado County Sheriff's office. "The group's support we had was amazing," Deputy Josh Perry retorted. "For now, we're all holding up pretty well and trying to support each other and the world just the way they're supporting us for now."
In Folsom, the Folsom Jr., 23 miles away. The Football League of Bulldogs utilized the day of match as a tribute. "So far we have set up blue ribbons and blue ribbons on all our players ' helmets," League President Bob Tremaine said. "They hand out ribbon pins and hold the fallen officer for a moment of silence as well."
Tremaine reported that the league tried to show that they are not alone in their mourning to the Ishmael family and the El Dorado County Sheriff's office. "This is just a little, close knit community," he stated. "That we are all helping El Dorado County out here in Folsom, although we're in Sacramento County." Ishmael's funeral services are set for Tuesday.
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Authorities prepare to ensure social distancing during Memorial Day Weekend
Lake Merritt in Oakland will remain open this weekend, but parking will not be permitted on the street surrounding the park. People will be out trying to enjoy this Memorial Day weekend, but the City Park Ambassadors will also be there to remind and ensure people follow social distancing rules.
Most of the people are acting responsible and following the social distancing norms, but there are a few who do not follow. The Mayor of Oakland, Libby Schaaf, consistently promotes the message – “Give the Lake a Break.” Schaaf brought out some guideline regarding the park use during the recent virtual town meeting. Vendors are not allowed in the parks, parking areas are also closed, but a lot of streets will be open to slow street movement. Officers will also be present to monitor the traffic on the Lake Merritt area. The local area residents hope that outside area visitors do not crowd and act sensibly.
Victim’s mother wants justice for her daughter’s brutal homicide
On 31st March, police discovered Anika Crane’s body, stuffed in her grey Ford Fiesta Sedan’s trunk at the intersection of Liberty Street and 159th Avenue, near a 7-convenience store, SanLeandro.
Her mother, Anita Cole, described her daughter as a people’s person, loving, kind and responsible, and thus when Crane missed her work for the first time, her mother felt suspicious. One week later, the officials found her abandoned car and her body stuffed it its trunk.
It was hard for the victim’s mother to accept the suspect arrested as he was the 35-year old victim’s 65-year old boyfriend. Initially, their relationship was not accepted by Crane’s family due to the age-difference, but out of love for her, they embraced the man. Jasmine Shivers, Crane’s cousin told that Crane had started a new job, bought the new Sedan and was talking to go out of Oakland. It seems that the boyfriend could not accept her independence and that if he cannot have him, nobody else can have her. The family told that Anika died due to blunt force trauma to her head and neck. It was a brutal homicide, her death was wrongful, and thus Cole wanted justice.
Huron Valley Guns has a whole intricate in New Hudson, and it's not merely guns
It additionally has a hairstyling parlour and a cafe. Proprietor Ed Swadish has chosen to revive his bistro Thursday amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A post on the store's Facebook page says they won't comply with unlawful requests. They obliged the straightening the bend idea; however, never consented to shut until the infection is destroyed. The condition is genuine, and unfortunately, numerous lives have been lost. Nonetheless, when all the states that are still on lockdown are Democratic, they need to expect there are politically charged inspirations and they are not losing my business for that.
Local four connected with Swadish, who declined on a camera meet, yet discussed his thinking. He revealed to Local 4′s Mara MacDonald that he feels this infection has been politically armed.
He's not worried about his licenses however the on-location hairstyling parlour will stay shut because the beauticians are concerned about their support. The café will have tables outside and social separating. He isn't expecting clients to wear a cover. However, servers will be wearing them alongside gloves.
Everything on the tables will be expendable. The menu has just been printed up and named the "Opportunity Menu."
It is indistinct whether Attorney General Dana Nessel will move to close down the eatery, similar to the state never really hairdresser who revived in Owosso. However, Huron Valley Guns and its Molly Pitcher Cafe could likewise end up in a difficult situation with the Oakland County Health Department.
A MAN DIED IN A DOUBLE ATTACK STABBING IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY
As per the Santa Clara Healthcare office, a person murdered in a double stabbing in San Jose's Alum Rock community over the Sunday has been confirmed as 50 year old Gilroy native Francisco Ophelia.
They announced the attack occurred shortly before eight pm On the 401 block North Capitol Ave on a weekend night.
Cops rushed to the scene to find 2 persons, as per cops, both suffered a sharp blade injury each. The victims had been transported to the near medical facility, where one expired from his injury.
San Jose cop Gina Tepoorten stated that no suspects have been charged.
The fatality marked as the 12th homicide of this year in San Jose.
ONE KILLED AND ONE INJURED IN A SHOOTING IN SAN JOSE
One victim died and other was wounded in a shooting in the East Foothills area of San-Jose, stated San-Jose cops, who were also trying to locate perpetrators later on Sun.
Just before eight o'clock in the night, police responded to the 401 block of North Capitol Street, where they find 2 individuals with severe injuries. One victim died on the site whereas other was taken to the hospital with stable condition.
The details of the victim would be published by the medical examiner's office in Santa Clara City after it discovers the victims' identification, Reporter stated.
Anyone with any information should contact the police so that they can solve this crime more quickly and easily.
SAN JOSE WOMAN FACES CHARGES OF ROBBERY OF DEBIT CARDS FROM MAIL THEFT VEHICLE
U.S. Attorney David and civil service Officer in Charge Rafael reported a 37-year-old San Jose lady was arrested with grand larceny in federal court Thurs.
An updated criminal report lodged Fri charges that on Apr 18 in San Jose, Paula Orozco robbed debit card from a U.S Mail Department truck.
The robbery was found on Apr 22, when a witness on Apr 18 submitted a complaint of suspicious transactions on a debit card which had been in the mail.
A 2nd theft from a San Jose mail automobile was announced on Wednesday, and Orozco was recognized and arrested because of robbery charges.
Firefighters battle huge fire in a warehouse in San Francisco
A massive fire broke out in a warehouse in San Francisco on Saturday morning at San Francisco's Pier 45. Fire Department controlled it.
According to the San Francisco Fire Department, the fire started at around 4:15 a.m. At that time, no one was in the Warehouse.
Firefighters responded to the area of Taylor and Jones Street as the fire was first reported as a 1-alarm, but it grows up to become a 4-alarm.
The fire took more than a hundred fire units and 45 fire trucks to get diminished, and among these, one fire truck got damaged.
According to the fire officials, a part of the building collapsed, and the flames of fire reached above 100 feet of height.
One firefighter got an injury in his hand and arm and has immediately taken to a hospital. No other injuries were reported from the scene.
Lieutenant Jonathan Baxter said that
the firefighters were able to save the historic SS Jeremiah O'Brien and the museum on the pier.
"The fireboat St. Francis, San Francisco Fireboat 3, was put in the position to protect the historic Jeremiah O'Brien vessel. The St. Francis, per my operations chief, saved the Jeremiah O'Brien vessel," Lt. Jonathan Baxter said.
Long Island’s Bagel Boss is soon starting home delivery
A staple breakfast spot of Long Island people is the Bagel Boss, which is being run by sixth-generation.
Due to pandemics, many of their outlets are closed, and people are unable to reach their bagels. For this, Alex Rosner, the General manager of Bagel Boss, is launching an online platform to deliver bagels to homes across the country.
Bagels after being baked are cooled, packed, and shipped the same morning.
"If you are from Long Island, you know that the bagels just aren't the same anywhere else," said Rosner. "Eating a fresh bagel any place from Long Island, specifically Bagel Boss, brings a smile to your face doesn't matter where you are in the country, and right now, everyone can use a smile."
You can sign in to their website BagelsOfTheMonth.com and order from a variety of flavors from 'Everything' to 'Rainbow.'
Rosner is implementing all the measures to keep the customers safe and provide them with excellent and reliable products.
"We pride ourselves on being able to give back to the community," said Rosner. "One way to do that is just by always be opening and having a place to be able to get food and supplies."
Man accused of shooting a cook in restaurant for telling him to wear a mask in Aurora
Authorities said that a man was arrested for shooting a Waffle House employee because he was asked to wear a mask inside the restaurant by the employee.
Kelvin Watson, 27, was arrested by the Aurora Police on a charge of first-degree on Monday.
According to the arrest affidavit, Watson came after midnight on Thursday in the restaurant, and the waitress asked her to wear a mask to get served. The restaurant was only offering carry-out service.
Then Watson returned with a mask in hands but did not put it on, and when he was again asked to wear the mask, he put a small gun on the counter and told the cook that he could "blow your brains out," said a witness in the affidavit.
The following night, Watson stepped in the restaurant and did not wear a mask again, and when he was again told that he would not be served, then he slapped the cook in the face. Then he shot the cook in the chest or abdomen outside of the restaurant as the cook ran to getaway. The cook was released on Friday afternoon from the hospital.
"We are deeply saddened and regret that this senseless act of violence occurred," Waffle House spokesperson Njeri Boss said.