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Two campers on the Albany Bulb were arrested on April 10 for possession of illegal drugs. Police served a narcotics search warrant on the camp occupied by Katherine Cody and Alexander Wilson at 7 a.m., according to a news release from Albany police.
Police began warning people living on the Albany Bulb about the city's anti-camping ordinance on the weekend of Dec...Bulb according to Albany City Clerk/public information officer Nicole Almaguer. Two of those arrested were for outstanding warrants
Former city councilwoman and lifelong Albany resident Jewel Okawachi died on Sunday after a brief battle with lung cancer. She was 84. "I call her the first lady of Albany," Albany Mayor Peggy Thomsen said. "She was one of a kind...She was a person
The Police Department has announced a special traffic safety campaign this weekend focused on drivers driving under the influence beginning July 12. The enforcement operation is part of ongoing efforts to stop and arrest alcohol- and drug-impaired
Albany police announced last week that they arrested two men for attempting to run an auto repair scam targeted at an elderly man. Peter Evans, 41, and Donny John, 35, were arrested after the 89-year-old man went into Mechanics Bank on San Pablo
The day-to-day work and potential risk make it hard enough to be a police officer. But imagine doing the job without pay or benefits. "Nobody understands it," said George Krebs, a reserve sergeant for the Albany Police Department. "They think we're
Acord, a West Albany High School student, was arrested on Thursday night after police received a tip that he had produced a bomb and planned to detonate it at school. Carter said Acord was arrested at his mother's home in north Albany on Thursday
About 8 a.m. a caller reported that approximately 20 minutes earlier near Santa Fe Avenue and Key Route Boulevard, a person described as a white male adult in his 30s with dark hair and carrying a backpack whistled to get the caller's attention...
The Albany Police Department will hold a live "Tweetcast" from 2 p.m. to midnight April 23. It's an opportunity for those following the department, whether residents or people living elsewhere, to learn about what happens on a "normal" day in Albany.
Police and the Albany Unified School District are seeking the public's help after a rash of recent acts of vandalism at various district properties. The Albany Police Department on March 27 posted the following on its Facebook page: "Albany Unified