This week in Yolo County, California, several incidents occurred that required law enforcement intervention. These incidents included a violent assault in Dunnigan, multiple bomb threats in Davis, a fentanyl bust resulting in two arrests, and a request for investigation into the death of a research monkey at the University of California, Davis.
A man was arrested in connection with a violent physical assault that took place in Dunnigan. Yolo County Sheriff Detectives, in collaboration with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office and Belmont Police Department, executed a high-risk search warrant in Belmont, San Mateo County, to apprehend the suspect.
Several bomb threats were made in Davis, targeting homes and school sites. The Davis Police Department deemed the locations safe after investigating the threats. The threats were received via email, indicating that bombs had been placed at the homes of Davis Joint Unified School District employees.
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Two men were arrested in Davis for attempting to sell fentanyl pills. The Davis Police Department's Intelligence-Led Policing Team investigated the individuals and recovered over 1,000 fentanyl pills. The suspects, Torren Cooke and Miranda Hernandez, were taken into custody.
PETA sent a letter to Yolo County Sheriff Tom Lopez, requesting an investigation into the University of California, Davis for an apparent violation of California's law against leaving an animal unattended in a vehicle. PETA raised concerns about the death of a research monkey and urged enforcement action against UC Davis.
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