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Man Held to Answer on Felony Criminal Threats

Feb 9, 2016
Man Held to Answer on Felony Criminal Threats

By Tiffany Yeh At the conclusion of the preliminary hearing for Armando Ahumada on February 5, 2016, the defendant was held to answer for felony criminal threats, per Penal Code section 422. He is alleged to have made criminal threats against his mother. Deputy Public Defender Joseph Gocke had called for a no-holding order...

Jury Hangs 10-2 in Nelson Trial; DA Seeks Retrial

Feb 6, 2016
Jury Hangs 10-2 in Nelson Trial; DA Seeks Retrial

by Joanna Kwong Judge Maguire declared a mistrial late Friday morning after the 12 jurors were unable to come to a unanimous decision on Count 1 of the Willie Nelson case. Jury deliberations began yesterday afternoon, and the jurors were split 10-2, for acquittal and conviction respectively. The jurors were ultimately unable to come...

Jury Hangs 10-2 in Nelson Trial; DA Seeks Retrial

Feb 6, 2016
Jury Hangs 10-2 in Nelson Trial; DA Seeks Retrial

by Joanna Kwong Judge Maguire declared a mistrial late Friday morning after the 12 jurors were unable to come to a unanimous decision on Count 1 of the Willie Nelson case. Jury deliberations began yesterday afternoon, and the jurors were split 10-2, for acquittal and conviction respectively. The jurors were ultimately unable to come...

Trial Continues For Man Accused of Improperly Touching Woman at Fair

Feb 5, 2016
Trial Continues For Man Accused of Improperly Touching Woman at Fair

By Misha Berman and Tiffany Yeh The trial continued for Willie Nelson, a man who is accused of allegedly “touching” a woman while he was working at the “Yolo County Fair “ in the “Toon Town” section. Judge Maguire calls in the 12 jurors and the 1 alternate juror. They all walk in while...

Trial Resumes For Man Accused of Improperly Touching Woman at Fair

Feb 5, 2016
Trial Resumes For Man Accused of Improperly Touching Woman at Fair

By Misha Berman and Tiffany Yeh The trial resumed for Willie Nelson, a man who is accused of improperly “touching” a woman while he was working at the Yolo County Fair in the “Toon Town Train” section. Judge Maguire called in the 12 jurors and the one alternate juror. They walked in while the...

Man Held To Answer, Accused of Shoplifting at Davis Nugget

Feb 5, 2016
Man Held To Answer, Accused of Shoplifting at Davis Nugget

By Lindsay Christenson On Tuesday afternoon February 4, a preliminary hearing was concluded with the establishment of an arraignment date for defendant Mark Andrew Garibaldi. Garibaldi has been charged with 2 counts: count 1 is for criminal threats and count 2 is for allegations of shoplifting. These charges were enhanced due to prison priors....

Man Held To Answer, Accused of Robbing Davis Nugget

Feb 5, 2016
Man Held To Answer, Accused of Robbing Davis Nugget

By Lindsay Christenson On Tuesday afternoon January 4, a preliminary hearing was concluded with the establishment of an arraignment date for defendant Mark Andrew Garibaldi. Garibaldi has been charged with 2 counts: count 1 is for criminal threats and count 2 is for allegations of shoplifting. These charges were enhanced due to prison priors....

Hendrix Acquitted of Child Molestation After Two-Week Trial

Jan 31, 2016
Hendrix Acquitted of Child Molestation After Two-Week Trial

By Tiffany Yeh, Joanna Kwong, Abigail Soler and Courtney Lee A Yolo County jury on Friday acquitted Edward Hendrix of child molestation, following a two-week trial punctuated by charges of racist posts by the alleged victim on Instagram and revelations of testimony that was admitted to be false. After about an hour and a...

Can Suspicion of Marijuana Be Sufficient For a Vehicle Search?

Jan 30, 2016
Can Suspicion of Marijuana Be Sufficient For a Vehicle Search?

By Misha Berman During the afternoon of January 28, in Department 14, a preliminary hearing was held for Defendant Michael Klutsenbaker, who is being charged for driving with expired registration. According to both Officer Jeffrey Vignau and Officer Mathew Muscardini, of the Davis Police Department, when they pulled Mr. Klutsenbaker over and searched his...

Testimony Resumes in the Hendrix Molestation Trial

Jan 27, 2016
Testimony Resumes in the Hendrix Molestation Trial

By Monica Velez The ongoing sexual molestation case of Edward D. Hendrix lingers, with the witnesses continuing to take longer on the stand than Judge David W. Reed expected. On January 26, 2016, two former close friends of the alleged victim, “Sam,” along with Sam’s former assistant cheerleading coach, testified to the events that...

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