During their investigation, APD officers contacted the motorcycle’s registered owner and learned that it had just been stolen. When they were interviewed, the occupants of the Jeep made conflicting statements.
School personnel confirmed that the man, Dylan Wilson, 23, had walked past the school and yelled threats at a teacher who was escorting a group of first-graders. The teacher said Wilson had yelled statements towards her and several children, threatening to “murder” students.
Flint cited an unwritten but long-observed protocol which deems it inappropriate for members of the City’s citizen advisory committees and commissions to address other such bodies as private citizens. “That’s just the longstanding way it’s been done in Arcata,” he said.
The Council’s position is that the ordinance is fair and effective in achieving the goals of people of all ages to participate in social, recreational and business activities throughout the City.
The facilities have been designed to withstand an 8.8 magnitude Cascadia subduction zone earth quake and a tsunami surge between 28 to 43 feet above sea level.
Police Chief Tom Chapman said, “The recent tsunami event underscores the need for rapid timely communication to members of our community. Nixle will help dramatically improve the distribution of critical information.”
On March 14 and 15, in response to neighbor complaints, officers from the Arcata Police Department’s Special Services Unit served two search warrants in residential neighborhoods in Arcata.
The man fled from officers, leading them on a foot pursuit for several blocks through downtown Arcata. He was eventually located hiding in the backyard of a residence in the 600 Blk of G St.
On March 13th 2011, the Arcata Police Department received a report of a deceased subject in Janes Creek near the 1700 Blk of 11th St.
WHEREAS the water surge is causing conditions of extreme peril to the infrastructure and the safety of the persons and properties within the counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, San Mateo, and Santa Cruz; and