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Police across the state are on the lookout for two of the four men who broke out of a California Jail Wednesday night. Police say the men cut their way through the bars of a second story window then rappelled down the side of the jail using a makeshift rope of bedding and clothing. Two of the men were recaptured almost immediately, but the other two Rogelio Chavez, and Lanon Campbell are still on the run. Both Chavez and Campbell were facing false imprisonment and weapons charges. Local agencies have searched for the men with the help of dogs and thermal imaging to no avail. They were last seen wearing their orange prison jumpsuits. Anyone who sees them is advised to contact police immediately.

Police have arrested a Cloverdale man who they believe was responsible for a pair of robberies in Sonoma County this week and the attempted armed robbery of a Lakeport grocery store on Sunday. Thirty-six-year-old Jack Owens Jr. was arrested Wednesday while coming out of a gas station that he just robbed. Cloverdale Police say they also suspect that he robbed two grocery stores, Bruno’s in Lakeport and the Cloverdale Food Center on Sunday. Police also arrested a female passenger who was in the car with Owens. She’s also under investigation for her knowledge of the robberies Lakeport police are also assisting in the investigation.

Next Saturday December 3rd, walk and Bike Mendocino will provide bicycle education and safe riding tips. After the brief but informative lesson walk and bike staff will lead a Christmas themed bike ride around town. The event is designed to make citizens of every age and experience level to become more confident riders.

California ski resorts thankful for the snow they’re getting that many resorts across the rest of the western half of the country are not getting. Three resorts in the Tahoe area opening this weekend. Black Friday not just a big day for shopping, it’s a big day for skiing as well.

A Ukiah man was arrested Tuesday after he was allegedly was caught using his cell phone to film up a woman’s skirt. The Ukiah Police Department says the victim told store officials that she was shopping when she looked down and saw a man bent down with his arm extended out with a cell phone facing up her skirt. That’s when the woman says she grabbed his cell phone and went to authorities. The 26 year old man was placed under citizens arrested and booked into the Mendocino county jail.

Mendocino County Superior Court Judge Richard Henderson has announced that he will retire at the end of the year. Judge Henderson was first elected in 2000. Henderson didn’t give a reason for the retirement but says he is grateful for the trust that the community placed in him over the years.

Ukiah’s first outdoor skating rink will open next week. The rink in downtown Ukiah will open next Sunday and stay open daily through January 8th. The 300 block of school street where it’s located will be closed while the rink is open.

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