A 4-year-old girl was killed and her 2-year-old sister is on life support after a stolen truck ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle in Antioch on Wednesday, police said. Investigators have identified the suspect as Noe Saucedo, 23, of Pittsburg. The collision was reported shortly after 12:47 p.m. Wednesday when the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office received information of a stolen vehicle in Pittsburg. A deputy spotted the vehicle and followed as it headed eastbound on Highway 4.
A teen was bruised and shaken Monday, two days after being in the middle of a brawl over a lost cellphone at a Newark pizza place. Amin Robinson, 17, took a beating at what’s supposed to be a family friendly restaurant Saturday night after his family returned to John’s Incredible Pizza at the Newpark Mall to find his sister's cellphone. "There were so many people kicking me and punching me," Amin recalled. "And I can’t see where the hits were coming from. I could feel them all over my body."
For the past two months taggers have been targeting the mail trucks parked outside the Civice Center Post Office in downtown Oakland. "It's outrageous," postal customer Mabel Villalta said. "I don't think it's right. It should not be happening." Postal Inspector Jeff Fitch said it all started when the post office lost its secured parking lot across the street after the owner decided to build housing there. "It's a crime and it's something we don't appreciate," Fitch said.
A grief stricken father talks about the tragedy that claimed the life of his 4 yr old daughter & left his 2 yr old on life support. His wife is hospitalized w/broken back. This after their truck was hit by man allegedly driving stolen truck. http://nbcbay.com/S1LDQBLhttps://t.co/irLIkmcOjs
Innocent victims. 2 yr old Camila is on life support. Her 4 yr old sister Lenexy died last night after a suspect in stolen truck slammed into the car they were riding in. We’ll have an update at 5 & 6pm. https://t.co/ucC3iNydEg
People are bringing pink flowers, balloons & stuffed animals to the scene where 4 yr old girl was killed in crash. Investigators say family’s truck hit by driver of stolen truck. https://t.co/3IQVcmP01x
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