The vehicle had been reported stolen to the Arcata Police Department on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Officers also located a stolen firearm in the vehicle along with several toolboxes and miscellaneous hand tools in the bed of the truck, which are believed to be stolen.
The community is encouraged to engage in the Strategic Infill Redevelopment Program and Gateway Area Plan process.
“Last week was the one-year anniversary of my father’s death. He was severely depressed and took his own life. I’ve really been struggling with the loss this last week. I appreciate the community’s patience while I sort through the impact his death has had on me and the events of Sunday night.
I take full responsibility for the results of the arrest while recognizing the importance of seeking treatment to support my mental health.”
Watson’s car was stopped, and the CHP says he exhibited “objective signs and symptoms of impairment.”
If you would like more information about adopting or fostering these dogs, please contact the Humboldt County Animal Shelter at (707) 840-9132 or email Redwood Pals Rescue at [email protected]
The gal at the Fire Department made a call and then called me back – YES – the wonderful first responders were coming! In their big red truck!
• Wednesday, July 7 6:25 p.m. A woman returned to her Sixth Street home, finding the door and gate wide open and her wallet missing. 9:11 p.m. A man who’d purchased cannabis at a Eureka dispensary said he thought it was laced with LSD. • Thursday, July 8 10:06 a.m. After an ex stayed overnight,…
Alicia Hamann, executive director of Friends of the Eel River, recommended that the county take “immediate action” on non-domestic groundwater pumping. She told supervisors that Eel River salmon were impacted during the last drought phase and those conditions are returning.
There was support for continuing to allow call-in commenting and McKinleyville resident Brian Mitchell, another member of the Planning Commission, related that his vaccinated family was recently exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Alarmingly, the county’s testing positivity rate increased to 11.83 percent, which the county describes as “the highest rate at any point in the last 12 months.”