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Ukiah Police investigating a Saturday morning stabbing. The victim told police he was stabbed from behind while walking in the 200 block of Observatory Avenue around 3am and did not see who attacked him. Police say he was stabbed several times and due to the severity of his injuries, was taken to an out-of-area hospital. Officers found the crime scene and gathered some evidence but have not released any information on a suspect or reason for the attack. If you know something you are asked to call Ukiah Police.

A truck stolen from Fort Bragg has been found and the guy who allegedly stole it arrested. The pickup was reported missing last Thursday from a home on N. McPherson Street. Fort Bragg Police say it had been left unlocked with the keys inside and had been taken sometime the night before. After seeing a description of the vehicle, a Mendocino County Sheriff’s Deputy told Fort Bragg Police they had seen it that morning and spoke to the driver, George Mansfield, during a report of illegal camping at Virgin Creek Lane. Fort Bragg Police then issued a warrant for Mansfield and a few hours later another Mendocino County Deputy spotted him on Lyndon Lane. Mansfield was arrested without incident and the stolen truck returned to the owner.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying two suspects in a fraud investigation. The say on May 9 two men bought about $1,500 worth of merchandise from Lovie’s Garden Supply in Middletown. The men used a forged credit card with account information belonging to another person who lives out of state. The men may be associated with an older white Ford F-150 pick up truck. You can see a surveillance photo of the two men on the Press Democrat Website. If you have any information you are urged to contact Lake County Sheriff’s Office.

Witnesses call the scene of a violent car accident on Highway 101 Saturday morning in Sonoma County “unbelievable”. The CHP says around 8am a Sonoma County woman was heading south on Highway 101 near Geysers Road when she was hit by a northbound SUV being driven by a Huntington Beach man who had drifted across the road into her lane. The woman’s car is described as sliced down the middle, and the man was thrown from his vehicle but the CHP says she has only minor injuries and he moderate injuries. The crash shut down traffic on Highway 101 throughout Saturday morning. The cause is still under investigation, but the CHP says drugs are believed to be a factor. One 16-year veteran CHP officer says the woman’s car was one of the most severely damaged cars he’d ever seen.


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