PG&E Giving San Bruno $3M For Fire Mitigation As Part Of Probation For 2010 BlastA federal judge overseeing PG&E's probation in a criminal pipeline safety case officially ruled Wednesday that PG&E can contribute $3 million to San Bruno for wildfire mitigation.
Probation Search At El Granada Man’s Home Turns Up Illegal Drugs, WeaponsA 24-year-old resident of El Granada, in unincorporated San Mateo County, was arrested Saturday morning during a probation search of his home, after sheriff's deputies found illegal weapons and drugs there.
Oakland Police Changing Search Policy For People On Probation, ParoleThe Oakland Police Department will enact a new much more restrictive policy for searching people on probation and parole.
Man On Probation Found In Possession Of Partial 3D Printed GunA Sacramento man on probation for illegally possessing weapons was caught with a 3D printed gun inside his home, according to probation officers.
Novato Man On Probation Arrested After Boasting About Drugs On FacebookA Novato man was arrested for drug offenses after he allegedly bragged on Facebook about his behavior, according to the Marin County Probation Department.
Probation Manager Transformed Contra Costa Juvenile Justice System
Bill Prompted By Brock Turner Case Goes To Gov. Brown’s DeskCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown will decide whether to make sexually assaulting an unconscious or severely intoxicated person a crime that is ineligible for probation.
2 SFPD Officers Injured While Arresting Felon On Probation A felon on probation who must submit to a search by police injured two officers as they tried to arrest him Sunday afternoon in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood, police said.
Disguised Burlingame Bank Robber Sentenced To Probation
Man On Probation Arrested For Showing Genitals To People In Palo AltoA 46-year-old man serving probation was arrested Friday in a reported indecent exposure incident where a suspect showed his genitals to two people on a downtown Palo Alto street, a police spokesman said.
California Releasing Thousands Of Inmates Early To Relieve Overcrowded JailsMore than 13,500 inmates across California are being released early each month to relieve crowding in local jails -- a 34 percent increase over the last three years, according to the Los Angeles Times.