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A man police say flashed himself at an arcade in Ukiah earlier this month has been arrested. Ukiah police say a Sex Crimes Detective looked into the man who reportedly allowed his genitals to be shown while teenage girls were present. 45 year old Jerome McMurphy of Ukiah, a registered sex offender on parole has been arrested. Police brought him in June 8th on a parole violation. He’s charged with indecent exposure and held on $175,000 bail.

A man from Ukiah has been arrested on suspicion of burglary after someone says he broke into their home and drank beer and wine. A resident tells Ukiah police they found an intruder in their living room June 2nd. They say they heard a noise, specifically a “wine bottle clank” then found a man in his living room holding a bottle of wine. The resident apparently recognized the man as Remo Mcosker from a photo on the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office website. They say the guy sat on their couch as he called police. The resident then found large beer cans on his living room floor and says Mcosker also went through his personal belongings. He’s arrested on suspicion of burglary and violating his probation.

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community of Mendocino County and other groups coming together to mourn the loss of the mass shooting in Orlando. Vigils have been held since last Sunday’s shooting so Mendocino County’s LGBT community is having a memorial this Saturday at 6 p.m., at the Alex R. Thomas Jr. Plaza in downtown Ukiah. They say there will be no presentations, but residents are welcome to bring guitars, candles and poems. For more information, contact Paul Mueller at (707) 272-6829 or paulwmueller.

About 20 years ago Windsor voters said yes to boundaries to curb urban sprawl. The Press Democrat reports there were development boundaries approved by 72% of voters with a 20 year life span, which ends next year. The city council was set to discuss whether they should try to renew the boundary and asked city staff to prepare a ballot measure that could be on November’s presidential election ballot.

The family of a murdered high school sophomore in Windsor unhappy with the plea bargain so the murderer and an accomplice will avoid life prison sentences. Flavio Caballero and Oscar Aguilar, both 19 are being sentenced tomorrow to 21 years and eight years respectively for the 2014 shooting death of 15 year old Nathan Torres. The two had been charged with murder, but they reached pretrial agreements with prosecutors in April admitting lesser charges. The alleged triggerman pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter, gun and gang enhancements and Aguilar pleaded to felony assault causing great bodily injury in furtherance of a gang.

A small vegetation fire’s been put out quickly in Geyserville. The fire started by a lawn mower yesterday. Fire crews contained the fire to burning 5 acres on the Pocket Ranch Road property. Firefighters got a call about 2 p.m. after a mower sparked the fire that quickly spread to about an acre. Cal Fire, Dry Creek, Healdsburg, Geyserville, Windsor, Santa Rosa and Rincon Valley crews all on the scene.

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez says even though she was pretty far behind in the primary for the U-S Senate, she’s happy to be moving on to the general election. Her campaign coming up with a strategy to beat Attorney General Kamala Harris in the general election in November. Harris got the endorsement of the California Democratic Party to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer. Harris has also raised $11 million. That’s more than three times Sanchez’ total. And Harris is ahead in 53 of 58 counties and just one percentage point behind in Sanchez’s home territory of Orange County.

A small ceremony’s been held to dedicate some of an interpretive trail to those who died in a plane crash almost 50 years ago. Lake County Department of Public Services and the Konocti Regional Trails (KRT) team were at Mt. Konocti’s Wrights Peak earlier this month for the dedication of the seventh in a series of interpretive panels on the mountain. In January of 1970 Mervin and Julia “May” Enzler crashed on their way to Ukiah from Santa Rosa. About a month later their wreckage found. The aircraft once again discovered at the time of the opening of Mt. Konocti Regional Park. So a commemorative plaque has been put up at the site near the Calfire lookout tower.


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