CalMatters conducted a Q&A with housing researcher Carolina Reid, who has been tracking vulnerable renters throughout the pandemic. She says the state could help renters facing eviction — if enough money gets to them in time.
First Responders Dispatched to Ukiah Teen Making Homicidal Statements and Suffering from Lacerations
17-year-old male near the 100 block of Ukiah’s Gibson Street has been making statements that indicated self-harm and homicide towards the staff of the group home he resides.
As per United States Geological Survey Earthquake’s “Felt Report,” five Mendocino County residents had responded that they had felt the quake. Did you?
Ukiah Police Department Lieutenant Andrew Phillips told us there were “no injuries” associated with the shooting but “one vehicle appeared to have been struck by a bullet.”
The exact nature of the injury is not clear, and responding firefighters were cancelled except for those at scene. An ambulance was asked to continue to the firehouse.
The dispatcher told responding officers that the male admitted that “he was the aggressor” and said he was so angry that “he was going to get his firearm.”
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