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Charged in the Nov. 17, 2011, gunshot slaying of veteran Vallejo police Officer Jim Capoot, 45, defendant Henry Albert Smith Jr., 39, briefly appeared before Judge Peter B. Foor on Wednesday, as his defense attorneys sought information from at least
Lift 3 is an organization that aims to help domestic violence victims get the help they need to escape their violent environments. Executive Director Claudia Humphrey thanked Kaiser for its financial support for the program and its services, saying
Henry Albert Smith Jr., 39, appeared in the Fairfield courtroom of Judge E. Bradley Nelson, where his defense team was expected to make their argument for the charges to be dismissed or reduced. However, Smith's attorney's requested more time to
The Senate Transportation and Housing Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to approve Senate Concurrent Resolution 6 to designate a portion of Highway 37 between Interstate 80 and Highway 29 in honor of Capoot. The stretch of highway is within North
At the urging of the Vallejo Police Department, Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, has sponsored a resolution to designate a portion of Highway 37 between Interstate 80 and Sonoma Boulevard as the "Vallejo Police Officer James Capoot Memorial Highway." That
Henry Albert Smith Jr., 38, appeared briefly in Solano County Superior Court, where defense attorneys indicated he would not yet enter a plea to allegations that he fatally shot Officer Jim Capoot following a pursuit on the afternoon of Nov. 17, 2011.
A Solano County judge on Wednesday ordered a Fairfield ex-con to stand trial on a murder charge in the gunshot slaying of veteran Vallejo police Officer Jim Capoot late last year. Following a two-day preliminary hearing, Superior Court Judge Peter B.
The suspect, Fairfield resident Henry Albert Smith Jr., 38, faces a murder charge with special circumstances in connection with the gunshot slaying of Vallejo police officer and Vacaville resident Jim Capoot, 45, on Nov. 17, 2011. Solano County
They emphasized one intention during Saturday's memorial service: "We will not forget." About 200 friends, family members, residents and law enforcement personnel from Vallejo and area agencies paid tribute to Capoot, a Vacaville resident, during a
They're far from alone, which is why Saturday's 11 a.m. one-year anniversary memorial at the Vallejo City Hall steps is important, said Lt...It's a 'time mark' that we remember," O'Connell said, encouraging "anyone who wants to come out and remember