The warm Friday night/Saturday morning was quite active starting out a hot weekend. These four interesting stories shaped Sacramento news this morning.
Collision with rollover turns hit and run downtown to start the weekend
Late Friday night, an accident occurred at the intersection of Capital Avenue and 17th Street where a Dodge Durango crashed into a sports vehicle and rolled on its side. The driver of the Durango fled the scene shouting “life sucks” according to witnesses. No one was transported to the hospital in this incident however SacPD is searching for the driver of the Durango.
Stolen Washington vehicle and 13-year-old missing person turns up in South Sacramento, Pursuit, Crash, 4 minors injured
In the course of responding to an unrelated 911 call, SacPD officers encounter a stolen vehicle out of Washington State. When officers attempted to stop the vehicle, the 13-year-old driver, a missing person out of Washington as well, fled from officers down 21st Ave and crashed into a sound wall at 21st Ave and Deeble Street. All occupants in the vehicle were between 13 and 15 and sustained minor to moderate injuries. At least one occupant had to be extricated from the vehicle. All four occupants of the vehicle were transported to the hospital.
Tidee Didee Diaper Services catches fire
A fire broke out in a commercial structure in South Sacramento early Saturday morning, just a few business away from where a major business fire took place just a few weeks ago. This fire was quickly extinguished and contained to one container in the structure.
Two vehicles burned in Natomas Saturday morning may have been hate crime per witness
Two suspects were witnessed throwing Molotov cocktails into two vehicles early Saturday morning then fleeing through an apartment complex off of Truxel Road and Garden Highway. A police radio report stated that a burglary report was taken yesterday morning for a “door kick” to the apartment of the owner of one of the vehicles. Our eye-witness believes this was a targeted hate crime due to the sexual orientation of the victims.
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