Sailors was astonished at at the car occupants’ obliviousness to their cop-rich surroundings. He said that even when an APD K-9 unit pulled in behind them to further assist with the nearby crime scene, the parked potsters didn’t cease the high-profile dopely dealings.
On Wednesday, Sept. 1, officers from the Arcata Police Department’s Special Services Unit, assisted by Agents from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Eureka Parole Unit, conducted a parolee compliance check in the City of Arcata.
Kevin L. Hoover Eye Editor EUREKA – Arcata Police Park Ranger Kevin Stonebarger was injured in a vehicle accident in Eureka Sunday, Sept. 5. Stonebarger was driving home in his APD Ranger truck, a Ford F-150. According to EPD Traffic Officer Tim Jones, Stonebarger was headed south on H Street at 4:20 p.m. when an…
Kevin L. Hoover Eye Editor ARCATA – A woman was raped by two men the evening of Monday, July 5 in the wooded area between the Community Park softball field and U.S. Highway 101. A suspect was arrested within minutes, and another is being sought. Kevin Scott Walker, 37, of Eureka, was booked into the…
Kevin Scott Walker, 37 years old of Eureka was arrested and booked into the Humboldt County Jail on charges of 261 PC, Rape.
“That’s the last of the ripple effect,” said Police Chief Tom Chapman.
I am 73 years old and I suspect there are not many fugitives of that age out there. If they had done just a little simple research of the kind that my wife and I do frequently while pursuing our genealogical hobby, they could have established that we only have daughters and no Stafford grandsons.
Attendees seemed unimpressed with slides that depicted Valley West as a multi-modal utopia populated by strolling pedestrians, dog-walkers, bicyclists, trucks and lots of trees, all living together in PowerPoint perfection and Adobe Illustrator harmony.
APD eventually located and detained the subject who made the phone call from the hospital. As a standard procedure the Pacific Union School which is adjacent to the hospital was notified that a lockdown was in process.
Anyone who has any information on the robbery is encouraged to contact the Arcata Police Department at (707) 822-2428.