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Oakland: Reid, Gallo give support to bill aiming to stop illegal sideshows

A few days after a weekend sideshow in Oakland resulted in a transport truck and an A.C. Transit bus being set on fire, Oakland Councilmember Larry Reid said the city must give its support to an Assembly bill that will further criminalize participation in the dangerous impromptu sideshows occurring on city streets. 220 more words

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Fighting Texas Drug Charges

Paul Morgan is well know for helping people accused of possession of a controlled substance in Houston, TX. If you’re facing criminal charges related to cocaine, marijuana, meth, pills, heroin, or another PG1, PG2, PG3, or PG4 controlled substance, contact the Paul Morgan Law Office, PLLC for help. 14 more words

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Woman Arrested For Setting Fire At Dallas Bank Out Of 'Spite And Revenge'

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A 56-year-old woman is in custody after she admitted to using lighter fluid to start a fire at an ATM and the front doors of the Bank of America at 2500 N. 68 more words

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Berkeley Engineer Pleads Not Guilty To Poisoning Co-Worker

BERKELEY (CBS SF) — A Berkeley engineer pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he poisoned a female co-worker and her relatives by lacing her food and water with deadly cadmium and was ordered to be held on $2 million bail. 406 more words

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Berkeley Engineer Charged With Attempting To Poison Colleague

BERKELEY (CBS SF) — A Lafayette man was arraigned on Tuesday on a premeditated attempted murder charge for allegedly trying to kill a female colleague at a Berkeley engineering firm by putting the toxic metal cadmium into her food and water over a lengthy period in 2017 and 2018. 550 more words

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Berkeley Engineer Arrested For Allegedly Attempting To Poison Co-Worker

BERKELEY (KPIX 5) — A Berkeley engineer is behind bars Monday night, facing charges that he tried to murder his co-worker by repeatedly poisoning her over the course of nearly a year and a half. 214 more words

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