Crash victim deploys emergency beacon, prompting rescue
Published: July 26, 2017
By Bill Lindelof, Sacramento BeeA motorcyclist who damaged his knee when he hit a tree used a satellite emergency beacon to summon CHP rescuers who hoisted him into a hovering helicopter. Daniel Thalhuber, 21, of San Jose, was on a motorcycle trip alone to trace the Pacific Coast Trail using rural roads and trails, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A man was found guilty of second-degree murder in a shooting death that grew out of a failed marijuana sale, according to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office. Christopher Bernard Nelson, 35, was convicted by a jury on Wednesday in the killing of Roy Fearon, 45, at a Sacramento motel a year ago. Sacramento police officers found Fearon dead inside a room at the Days Inn in the 200 block of Jibboom Street.
Officers are investigating an attempted bank robbery Wednesday in Elk Grove. The robber entered the Bank of America, 8842 Calvine Road, about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday and handed a employee a note. However, no money was handed over to the robber before he fled, according to Officer Christopher Trim, Elk Grove police spokesman. He was described a black man in his 20s, about 150 pounds, and 5 feet 5 inches tall. He was wearing a black ski cap, sunglasses and an orange shirt.
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