Why the Winter's man accused in his 4-year-old daughter's murder wasn't in courtA Winters man accused in his 4-year-old daughter's murder refused to appear for his arraignment Wednesday in a Yolo County court. Markeese Carter, 26, is accused of killing his daughter Sunday. He was arraigned on the murder charge without being present, as well as another charge of resisting and threatening an officer.
Police busted more than 600 grows during a pilot program this yearSacramento police will seek hundreds of thousands of dollars at a city council meeting Tuesday night so officers can enforce new marijuana laws set to take effect on Jan 1. From mid-August to mid-October of this year, officers in the department's SWAT team put an end to 614 illegal marijuana grows, which resulted in 10 arrests and 4,800 plants seized. They also issued $6.8 million in fines, of which just $25,000 has been collected.
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Carter did not appear for his arraignment. According to the attorneys and judge, he was uncooperative with the bailiff, refused transport to the courtroom and may have posed a security threat. https://t.co/B0g4lSRKT5
Markeese Carter, 26, is accused of the murder of his 4-year-old daughter. He appears in court shortly. His other charge is for resisting and threatening a peace officer. Initially, Yolo Co. deputies said he also committed sexual assault. That’s not listed in the complaint. https://t.co/aIepzakG5Y
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