This week in Yolo County, California, there were three notable incidents. The California Highway Patrol announced a DUI checkpoint to be held near Woodland on Highway 16. Alleged Davis serial stabber Carlos Dominguez was transferred to a state hospital after being declared mentally incompetent for trial. A devastating residential fire occurred on Lincoln Avenue, damaging five homes, and was determined to be accidental in nature.
The California Highway Patrol will be conducting a DUI checkpoint on Highway 16, westbound, east of County Road 97 in Yolo County. The checkpoint will take place between 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Friday. Trained officers will be assessing drivers for signs of impairment.
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Carlos Dominguez, the alleged Davis serial stabber, has been transferred to a state hospital after being deemed mentally incompetent for a full criminal trial. Dominguez faces charges of murder, attempted murder, and use of a deadly weapon. The transfer occurred over a month after his incompetency declaration.
A fire broke out on July 16 in the 400 block of Lincoln Avenue, damaging five historic homes. Woodland Fire Department Chief Eric Zane confirmed that the fire was accidental and started due to electrical issues. Fire crews from Vacaville and Sacramento provided assistance during the incident.
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