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Update: Woodland Police Release Photo of the Knife, Identity of Victim

Aug 20, 2014
Update: Woodland Police Release Photo of the Knife, Identity of Victim

On early Monday morning, the Woodland Police shot and killed a 53 year old Jeffrey Towe after he allegedly attacked them with a knife. The police have now provided additional details of the incident. “The Woodland Police Department never wants to use deadly force in any situation.  However, during yesterday’s incident Officer Darryl Moore...

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Investigators Release New Details on Deadly Woodland Police Shooting

Aug 19, 2014
Investigators Release New Details on Deadly Woodland Police Shooting

WOODLAND- Woodland Police released more information Tuesday regarding the police shooting of 53 year-old Jeffrey Towe. Towe was shot and killed Monday morning by Officer Darryl Moore, a 13-year veteran of the department. Woodland Police said Moore is a field training officer, fire arms instructor and has taken crisis intervention courses that help with...

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Davis Vanguard
Ferguson Comes to Woodland After Fatal Police Shooting

Aug 19, 2014
Ferguson Comes to Woodland After Fatal Police Shooting

A crowd of angry protesters took the streets of Woodland after Woodland police early on Monday morning shot and killed a man that they said was carrying a knife. According to a release from the Woodland Police Department on Monday morning at 5:51, Woodland Police Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Elliot...

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Demonstrators Protest Police Shooting in Woodland

Aug 18, 2014
Demonstrators Protest Police Shooting in Woodland

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Several dozen people gathered Monday evening near the 7-11 on E Main Street in Woodland to protest the police shooting of a local man.

Woodland Police said at around 5:50 a.m. Monday, officers responded to a disturbance on Elliot …


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Witnesses Say Man Shot By Woodland Police Had Mental Issues

Aug 18, 2014
Witnesses Say Man Shot By Woodland Police Had Mental Issues

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A lengthy investigation is in store after a Woodland Police officer shot and killed a man who was wielding a knife.

Police say the man, whose name has not been released, was a threat to officers after efforts to …


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Game to 100
Columnist’s views on death penalty, convicted priest

Jul 24, 2014

After reading Sacramento Bee columnist Marco Breton’s hang ’em high column yesterday regarding the death penalty, I decided to reread three columns he wrote on the Rev. Uriel Ojeda in 2012 and 2013. I did this because I recalled a … Continue reading

Davis Vanguard
City and Agency Further Clarify UC Davis’ Participation in Water Project

Jul 23, 2014
City and Agency Further Clarify UC Davis’ Participation in Water Project

Last week, the city of Davis and UC Davis announced that UC Davis was exercising its option to contract for water from the Woodland-Davis Clean Water Project, continuing its participation in the partnership. When the project is completed, the university will receive 2,000 acre feet of water per year, or about 6 percent of...

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BREAKING NEWS: UC Davis Joins Water Project

Jul 18, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: UC Davis Joins Water Project

UC Davis moves forward with regional clean water project – In a joint release from the city and UC Davis, it was announced today that UC Davis, “will exercise its option to contract for water from the Woodland-Davis Clean Water Project, continuing its participation in the partnership, campus officials announced today.” According to the...

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Plea Deal Offered In Gang Case Stuns Family Members

Plea Deal Offered In Gang Case Stuns Family Members

by Antoinette Borbon It was a stunning offer to family members today to hear the proposed plea deal set to be discussed before the next hearing in the case against the four young men who have been accused of robbing and assaulting a Woodland man in June of 2013. During trial , James Nichols,...

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A Third Mistrial for Co-defendants in Alleged Gang Case

Jul 1, 2014
A Third Mistrial for Co-defendants in Alleged Gang Case

by Antoinette Borbon and Silvia Ramos Medina Judge Dave Rosenberg declared a mistrial in the case against the four young defendants who allegedly robbed and assaulted a Woodland man on June 19, 2013, to further promote or benefit the criminal street gang, The Norteños—as alleged by DDA Robin Johnson. The second trial in this...

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