Friday, April 28, 2017

Two Calaveras deputies injured

   Two Calaveras Sheriff's deputies were injured after being called to a residence on La Contenta Drive in Valley Springs around 11:45 PM for a report of assault.

California State agencies release Cannabis regulations

   The three California State agencies responsible for regulating the commercial growing of Cannabis have released the proposed regulations.

   To review them go to

Traffic colliion in San Andreas

   UPDATE:  A car hit a tree, which fell across the roadway.  It is being cleared now.

Stanislaus National Forest roads closed

   The District Office of the Stanislaus National Forest is announcing that due to heavy storm damage four popular roads in the forest will remain closed this season.

   Cottonwood Road (N104) in Groveland, Beardsley Day Use Road (N429), Hell's Hollow (5N95) and Spicer Road (N701) in Calaveras sustained extensive damage which will take time to repair.

Calaveras Planning releases Cannabis BAN EIR

   We were just notified that the Calaveras Planning Department has released the EIR to go with the Cannabis Ban they released earlier.

   To view it go to the Planning Department site under Calaveras County,

Injured deer on Hwy 4

   April 28, 2017 at 10:30 AM:  An injured deer has been reported on Hwy 4 near the Arnold Byway in Arnold.

   Please put deer warning whistles on your front bumpers!  It can save a deer and possibly your life.

Chris Leavy says.....invest in pot?

      Former Blackrock asset manager Chris Leavy says "I'm investing in marijuana because...
legal sales in the US

Lodi man arrested in Murphys

   On April 27, 2017 the Calaveras Sheriff's department arrested Kevin Bradley Goff (48) of Lodi on Main Street in Murphys.

   Goff was booked into the Calaveras County Jail for alleged Burglary and Vehicle theft, both felonies and for Cruelty to Animals, a misdemeanor.

Copperopolis burglary arrest

   On April 27, 2017 Calaveras Sheriff's deputies arrested Joseph Jerry Lecompte (27) of Copperopolis on Sequoia Circle.

   Lecompte was booked into the Calaveras County Jail for alleged Burglary, Robbery, Vehicle Theft and Threatening a Crime with the Intent to Terrorize, all felonies.