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Update: 2 California Deputies Killed in Shooting Spree

October 24, 2014
Sacramento County, Calif., Sheriff’s Dep. Danny Oliver was killed in this morning's shooting in a Motel 6 parking lot. Authorities have now arrested the suspect believed to have shot Oliver and a civilian before shooting two Placerville deputies, one of whom has now also died.

Successful Sacramento County LPR Operation Uses Vigilant Solutions Tools

November 10, 2013
Vigilant Solutions has announced that the Sacramento County (Calif.) Sheriff's Department and other Sacramento area agencies conducted a one-day sweep of Sacramento County using the company’s license plate recognition (LPR) systems and historical LPR data yielding impressive results.

Vigilant Solutions LPR Catches Halloween Criminals

November 1, 2013
Operation Trick or Treat in Sacramento County, Calif., led to the recovery of 25 stolen vehicles in one day using Vigilant Solutions' license plate recognition systems and data.

Calif. Deputies Shoot, Kill Pitchfork-Wielding Man

May 30, 2012
A Sacramento County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man who charged a fellow officer with a pitchfork and ignored commands to stop.

Calif. Deputy Shoots GTA Suspect During Struggle

February 6, 2012
A Sacramento County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy fatally shot a man during a struggle in a Kmart parking lot early Monday. A deputy first used a stun gun, and then shot the man when he feared for his life.

Survivalist Shot by Officers, After Five-Day Manhunt

October 3, 2011
Aaron Bassler, 35, was shot seven times in the chest, by tactical officers from the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, as he held a Norinco SKS rifle. The deputies located Bassler at 12:35 p.m. There was a round in the chamber, the rifle was in the fire position, and Bassler's finger was extended alongside the trigger.

Feds Fund Hiring of 1,000 Local Officers

September 29, 2011
The DOJ's Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) office awarded the grants to 238 law enforcement agencies and municipalities. The awards will create or help preserve 1,021 sworn law enforcement positions.

Teen Who Killed Sacramento Deputy Permanently Removed From Society

June 20, 2010
Jimmy Siackisorn ambushed Deputy Vu Nguyen during a foot pursuit. The deputy was pursuing the "young but prolific lawbreaker" through the back yards of a tough south Sacramento neighborhood. Siackisorn shot the deputy an top of a chicken coop.

How SWAT Handled the Sacramento Standoff

June 14, 2010
Sacramento County Sheriff's SWAT was called out to what turned into a 56-hour standoff—the longest in Sacramento history—at an 82-unit apartment complex. The suspect shot at SWAT officers, a robot, and the Armored Rescue Vehicle (ARV) on at least eight occasions.

Sacramento Officers Rescue Infant After 56-Hour Standoff

June 13, 2010
On Friday at 7 p.m., the tactical team used explosives to open a side wall of the apartment where 26-year-old Anthony Alvarez was holding his cousin's son. Officers then used improved sight lines to shoot Alvarez and safely rescue the infant.

Robbery Suspect Takes Infant Hostage, Barricades Against Sacramento SWAT

June 11, 2010
An armed robbery suspect who is holding a 16-month-old boy hostage in an Arden Way apartment is being "uncooperative," a Sacramento sheriff's spokesman said at noon today.

Man Sentenced To 3 Years For Lasering Police Copter

September 17, 2009
Pointing lasers at aircraft is extremely dangerous, and the pilot who was targeted by Balltazar Valladares, 30, said the incidents happen often in the Sacramento area.
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