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Chase Bank Robbed In Santa Rosa

SANTA ROSA, CA — An investigation was continuing Thursday into a bank robbery reported Wednesday in Santa Rosa. Around 4:50 p.m., two tellers were working at the Chase Bank branch at 2245 Mendocino Ave. when a man walked in and handed a note to one of the tellers, Santa Rosa police said in a news… Keep Reading

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Sonoma Co. Assault Suspect Sought: Cops

PETALUMA, CA — Authorities are offering a cash reward for information leading to the arrest of a wanted Sonoma County man, the Petaluma Police Department said. Steven M. Perez is wanted on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, vehicle theft, evading police and resisting arrest, police said. On Sunday, Perez intentionally rammed two marked… Keep Reading

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Teen Girl Reportedly Abducted Out of Santa Rosa Was a Prank: Police

The reported abduction of a 15-year-old Vallejo girl in Santa Rosa was a prank, police said Thursday after further investigation. The incident was reported Wednesday afternoon and prompted an Amber Alert, which was deactivated Thursday morning when the girl was “located safe and well at her residence with her family,” according to police. Police said… Keep Reading

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Sonoma County makes whistleblowing easier to report

Sonoma County employees, vendors and the public will soon have a way to anonymously report instances of fraud, waste or abuse in county government. The Board of Supervisors has approved a proposal from the county’s auditor-controller-treasurer-tax collector that creates multiple ways to make anonymous reports. Whistleblowers can go online at https://integritycounts.ca/org/countyofsonoma, send an email to countyofsonoma@integritycounts.ca, or… Keep Reading

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