Listen: Timothy Trujillo, Plaster County, Sacramento discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
"Whether it looks good for the next couple of days, dry weather settling in for the next couple of days and probably through the weekend. Now tonight is still going to be pretty cool with overnight lows dropping down to the upper thirty s to low forties, but by tomorrow afternoon bounce back into the upper fifties that's slightly above average for this time of year. And then the next few days should make the low sixty s I'm ki CRA three meteorologist Mark finding on NewsRadio. It's currently sixty degrees in woodland fifty one in plaster hill in fifty eight in Sacramento, it's four thirty-four at NewsRadio camp became. A man suspected of burglaries in plaster and Nevada counties was arrested in Roseville Monday. Thirty five year old Timothy Trujillo was booked on charges including assaulting a police officer resisting arrest, burglary and drug related charges. This is according to the plaster county sheriff's office Trujillo had a felony warrant in Nevada and was cornered by detectives in Rosehill parking lot where he allegedly punched one of the officers and then took off on foot. Detectives caught up with him after a short. Chase plaster county sheriff's office says meth stolen goods and burglary tools or what they found in his vehicle. Trujillo was then booked into south plaster county jail without pale. Well, there's a new so-called WALE in Sacramento, but this kind swims in financial circles and may help bring Major League Soccer to Sacramento mayor. Darrell Steinberg made the announcement today that investor and philanthropist, Ron Burkle will become a major partner in the Sacramento Republic FC soccer team, providing the deep pockets that were missing the last time Sacramento tried for an MLS franchise in early February. We will. Travel to New York City to meet with MLS Commissioner, Don Garber and his team. Once again, he's been directly involved in the discussions over the past twelve months. I know I know he is excited about this new development. Mayor Steinberg says the Berkeley group has also."