Tag Archives: Arcata Police Department

Two probationers arrested on car theft charges

Two probationers arrested on car theft charges

APD PRESS RELEASE TWO ARRESTED IN ARCATA FOR POSSESSION OF A STOLEN VEHICLE On Friday, Oct. 19 at about 4:37 a.m., APD officers recognized two subjects, Tyrel Brannon, 27, of Eureka, and Krystina Dias, 29, of Eureka, walking into CVS Pharmacy at 600 F St. in Arcata. Both subjects were known to have active felony

Four-day ABC hearing on drug dealing at Plaza bars concludes

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union EUREKA/ARCATA – The four-day administrative law hearing into alleged drug violations at two Plaza bars is over. Judge Alberto Roldan has 30 days to render a decision as to whether or not the liquor licenses for the Sidelines and Toby & Jack’s should be revoked. Roldan’s decision will be

Arcata’s CERT Team and National Preparedness Month

Arcata Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) ARCATA – In a major disaster, such as an earthquake or flood, no community is likely to have enough first responders to give immediate assistance to every person who might need it. This is why Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers are trained to fill in until the professional

Measure Z renewal would be permanent with voter OK

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Measure Z, Humboldt County’s public safety sales tax, will be up for voter renewal in the November election and if it succeeds, it will remain in effect unless voters choose to end it. At its July 24 meeting, the Board of Supervisors approved the ballot language for renewal

Interim Police Chief Rick Ehle starts work Monday

CITY OF ARCATA APPOINTS RICHARD EHLE AS INTERIM POLICE CHIEF Arcata, CA, June 7, 2018 – The City of Arcata announced today that Richard “Rick” Ehle has been appointed Arcata Police Department’s Interim Chief of Police. “Chief Ehle’s leadership will allow our existing personnel to maintain their current focus and his experience will provide opportunities

Arcata to Tom Parker: cease, desist, refrain and give us back your Lawson case files

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – While many at Wednesday’s City Council meeting demanded that ex-FBI agent Tom Parker be rehired to investigate the killing of David Josiah Lawson, chances of that happening appeared to dim Thursday with the revelation that Arcata City Attorney Nancy Diamond had sent him a cease and desist

The Lawson case: Council may bypass APD, Parker told to stop talking, Rossbacher ‘troubled’

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The Arcata City Council voted 4–0 Wednesday night to look at options other than the Arcata Police Dept. for investigating the unsolved killing of Humboldt State student David Josiah Lawson. The decision followed demands of multiple speakers who reviled the city, the council and Arcata Police for

City Council responds to Lawson investigator’s allegations

 PRESS RELEASE  Statement from the Arcata City Council: April 16, 2018  Most importantly, the City’s commitment to solving David Josiah Lawson’s case has not waivered.  The City is concerned about how the timing of Tom Parker’s departure from the case coincides with the filing of a claim by Attorney Shelley Mack and their multiple interviews