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The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office spent some time over the weekend searching for Khadijah Britton who’s still missing. The sheriff’s dept. noting on its facebook page they were out in the Covelo/Round Valley area: Lake County Sheriff Search and Rescue, Sonoma County Search & Rescue , Marin County Search and Rescue, Friends of Napa Search and Rescue, Bay Area Mountain Rescue Unit (BAMRU), Mendocino County Search and Rescue, California National Guard, Caltrans District 1 , CAL FIRE Mendocino Unit Wilderness Finders Search Dog Teams ("WOOF") and Cal OES. The dept. reports they were unsuccessful in the search for Britton who’s been missing since… her ex, Neggie Falis who her family says, showed up at her house with a gun. He’s arrested in connection to her disappearance.

The mental health treatment facility in Yountville where three workers were held captive for hours and killed may be closed forever. A spokesperson for the Pathway Home says the directors of the home in Napa County are working on a review at the moment of their security protocols. The San Francisco Chronicle reports six residents from the home have been taken to other homes or facilities while they discuss the future of the program. Albert Wong, a former veteran, and patient at the home is accused of holding three women hostage, then killing them before killing himself after an hours long police standoff.

President Trump’s headed to Calif. so Gov. Jerry Brown has invited him to visit the high-speed rail construction projects. Trump headed to Calif. so see prototypes of his proposed border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Brown’s letter to the president saying the state’s focused on bridges, not walks. The governor’s letter noted visits in the past by president’s George W. Bush, Harry S. Truman and Lyndon B. Johnson. He also noted the state thrives, quote “because we welcome immigrants and innovators from across the globe”. He also said the high-speed rail project has created 1,700 jobs so far.

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