“The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is traditionally a popular time to visit the Mendocino National Forest. National forests provide a great way to enjoy the outdoors, but it is important that everyone recreates safely.”
Initially, dispatch told the first responders the individual was lying in the grass outside the restaurant and CPR was in progress.
“All available CHP officers will be on patrol, looking for unsafe driving practices, including seat belt violations, speeding, distracted driving, and signs of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.”
“During Native American Heritage Month, we honor and celebrate the perseverance, rich diversity and excellence of all Native Americans – from the first peoples of this place to those from across the Nation who now call California home.”
[UPDATE: Subject Located] Hunter Reportedly Goes Missing Near Covelo After Separating from Trail Buddy, Temperatures Predicted to Drop Near Freezing
A responding deputy reported personnel are at the scene on foot searching for the hiker.
Security Footage Captures the Barrage of Gunshots Redwood Valley Residents Experienced on Friday Night
The gunfire was so forceful the Road B resident’s wife and kids actually ducked into their hallway and took cover. After the gunfire ceased, the wife told her husband “I’m out, I’m leaving,” and drove her kids to Ukiah that night.
As of 6:10 p.m., the four subjects are reportedly pulled over on the side of SR 162 and at one point had barricaded themselves in the vehicle.
Law Enforcement Finds ‘No Evidence’ of Last Night’s Reported Gunfire on Redwood Valley Cannabis Grow
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Captain Greg Van Patten told us after deputies arrived they “checked the area where we believe it occurred” and found “no evidence of any gun battle or shooting scene.”
“Due to limited budget, this season’s Shelter will operate only during extreme weather conditions and will utilize local motel vouchers to provide shelter on an as-needed basis.”
“A prized collection of artist Grace Hudson’s paintings are returning home to Mendocino County in a unique agreement reached with the Palm Springs Art Museum in Southern California.”