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2017 Archived News

3.30.17: 18th Annual Outstanding Citizen Awards Ceremony

This year’s National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is April 2 through 8. The theme “Strength. Resilience. Justice.” envisions a fu…

3.27.17: Co-Defendant Sentenced for Home Depot Parking Lot Murder

The Honorable Michael Kenny sentenced Kari Ann Hamilton to 13 years in prison. Co-defendant Jeffrey Michael Caylor was previousl…

3.27.17: Gang Member Sentenced for Possession of Firearm

The Honorable Steve White sentenced Thomas Salaam to 15 years in prison. On August 5, 2016, a jury convicted Salaam of being a …

3.27.17: 18th Annual Public Safety & Community Appreciation Luncheon

As part of National Police Week, the 18th Annual Public Safety & Community Appreciation Luncheon will be held on Friday ~ May 5,…

3.23.17: Defendant Sentenced for Multiple Child Molestation Charges, Rape

The Honorable Michael Sweet sentenced Steven Ramos to 46 years and 4 months in prison. On October 17, 2016, a jury convicted Ra…

3.16.17: Gang Members Convicted for Fatally Stabbing Father

Sebastian Flores Torres and Jose Guadalupe Salazar were convicted by a jury of the second-degree murder of Shannon Gregg and two…

3.15.17: Defendant Pleads Guilty to 1997 Sexual Assault

Joseph Brian Cox pled guilty to three counts of forcible digital penetration and two counts of forcible rape.

3.13.17: Defendant Sentenced for Burglary, Sexual Assault of Sacramento Couple

The Honorable Marjorie Koller sentenced Anthony Galloway to 57 years to life in prison. On January 24, 2017, a jury convicted G…

3.9.17: Defendant Convicted of Felony Charges, Stemming from Welfare Fraud

Randnette Billings was convicted by a jury of felony welfare fraud, felony perjury, felony offering a false document at a legal …

3.1.17: “Non-Violent Second-Striker” Early Prison Releases: FEBRUARY 2017 Update

As of February 28, 2017, 205 inmates sentenced from Sacramento County have been granted early prison releases. Given the number…

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