July 2013

Two inmates are on the loose after walking away from a conservation camp in Southern Humboldt. Plus, the 44th Annual Gasquet Raft Race kicked off this morning, and our cameras were there to catch all the unique costumes. Also, Relay for Life is underway at College of the Redwoods.

In Klamath, getting around the area will now cost you only $1.00. The Yurok Tribe is introducing their new Dial-A-Ride transit service.
 
Beginning Monday, the Yurok Tribal Transit Service will provide a new transportation option for community members in the Klamath area. The transit vehicle is an eight-passenger van and will provide service to all residents in and around Klamath...

The inmates that walked away from the Eel River Conservation Camp were located and arrested in Santa Cruz. Plus, the Yurok Tribe introduces a new kind of transient system available to all Klamath residents. Also, residents came out to Blue Lake today to watch the annual Annie and Mary Day Parade.

The following is a Press Release from the HCSO
On 07-15-2013, approximately 3:00 a.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call regarding an assault with a deadly weapon which just occurred. Deputies responded to the 200 block of Meyers Avenue, Myers Flat. When the deputies arrived they located a 39 year old male victim in the driveway, bleeding from his ear. The victim...

The following is a Press Release from DNSO:

The Del Norte County Sheriff's Office dealt with a kidnapping and attempted homicide last week. We are now asking for help in locating the suspects in the case. Mike Waters (left), Josh Bonds (middle) and Bonnie Steele (right) kidnapped male victim from Crescent City and stole his vehicle. Bond, Waters and Steele took victim to Kerbyville...

The following is a Press Release from Eureka Police: 

 
63 year old Raymond Anderson was last seen at a Redding Motel on May 23rd, 2013 at about 0900 hours. He was driving a blue 1991 Chevy Caprice. Anderson was expected to drive back to Eureka on the same day. His cell phone was last used in Weaverville at about 1200 hours. Anderson was reported by friends as missing...