TRI-VALLEY, CA — Here's a collection of police, fire and courts news from around the Tri-Valley this week:
The fire burned early Friday morning, according to the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District.
The fire was 75 percent contained as of 7:30 a.m., Cal Fire said.
The increase was reported from Wednesday to Thursday, bringing the jail's total to 46 cases.
The driver was hospitalized after his car was hit on I-680 in Pleasanton, CHP said.
The citizens board could be ready to start its work by the end of the year.
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office asked the public for prayers and positive energy as the deputy battled for his life.
Police suspect the crash was alcohol-related.
A person committed several home burglaries within the span of an hour in Pleasanton last weekend by entering open garages, police said.
The fire was reported shortly before 2 p.m., the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department reported.
Fire Chief David A. Rocha worked his way up the ranks after starting his career as a San Leandro firefighter.
People have been accessing homes through garage door openers in unlocked cars, police said.
The Haven’s 70-hour domestic violence and sexual assault volunteer training course will begin on Tuesday, August 4, 2020.
The Danville resident, deputy and California High School graduate, 56, has been on a ventilator for two weeks, KTVU reported.