Except for lingering fog along the San Mateo and Santa Cruz Coast, skies are mostly sunny Friday. Expecting cooler afternoon temps plus breezy conditions at times with highs in the 70s away from the Coast with 60s close to it.
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A 26-year-old Sacramento man who was visiting his family was shot in Marin City early Friday morning, a Marin County sheriff's lieutenant said.
He suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was taken by his family to Marin General Hospital, Lt. Jamie Scardina said.
The sheriff's office received 911 calls around 2:10 a.m. about gunshots in the area of Cole Drive and Drake Avenue. Deputies found several spent rounds in the area of 200 Courtyard/30 Lot in Marin City, but there were no victims or suspects in the area, Scardina said.
The hospital notified the sheriff's office at 2:40 a.m. that a family has taken a gunshot victim to the hospital, Scardina said.
Detectives are trying to interview the family members and witnesses, Scardina said. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the sheriff's office at (415) 479-2311 or Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS.
Two teens were arrested after a 17-year-old boy was stabbed at the downtown Santa Rosa Transit Mall Thursday evening, a police sergeant said.
Police learned the descriptions of the two suspects and arrested the teens, ages 15 and 17, on the Prince Memorial Greenway west of A Street, Sgt. David Linscomb said.
The suspects are associated with gangs and the stabbing is believed to be gang-related, Linscomb said. One of the suspects was bleeding from the hand when he was arrested.
The 17-year-old Santa Rosa boy was attacked around 7:10 p.m. with a knife while he was standing in the Transit Mall, Linscomb said.
He was found on First Street west of Santa Rosa Avenue bleeding from a gash in the face and stab wounds on his torso. He was treated at a hospital and released, Linscomb said.
The suspects were booked in juvenile hall for mayhem and gang enhancements, Linscomb said. Detectives are investigating whether other suspects were involved.
Anyone with information is asked to call Santa Rosa police at (707) 543-3670.
A Central Valley man has pleaded not guilty to a murder charge stemming from a body found inside a freezer at his auto body shop.
The Modesto Bee reports that 26-year-old Jacob Medina Cervantes entered the plea on Thursday. Police say they discovered the man's remains in a freezer at Cervantes' auto body shop in Ceres on Monday.
Police had gone there to assist the property owner with a civil complaint against Cervantes. Ceres is located in Stanislaus County about 100 miles east of San Francisco.
The criminal complaint against Cervantes says the man in the freezer was killed sometime between December and April 10.
Authorities have not determined his identity or released additional details about the case, including a possible motive and how the man was killed.
An eight-year-old boy was among the people hurt in a suspected drunk driving crash in San Leandro Thursday night.
Police said the driver of a white SUV ran a red light on Hesperian Boulevard at around 10 p.m.
The SUV hit a sedan which had a couple and two children in it. The SUV driver, a woman in her 40's, was arrested.
Police said she showed obvious signs of intoxication.