Safety and Public Awareness

Safety and Public Awareness

News reporting arrests, weather warnings, product recalls, and other important information relating to safety and public awareness, are found in this category.

According to a News Release from the Eureka Police Department, received by KMUD News Oct 14, 2011:
The Eureka Police Criminal Investigative Services is requesting further information in regards to the murder of Reggie Clark.  On the night of his murder, Tuesday, October 4th, 2011, between 10:15 PM and about 10:35 PM, suspect Holly Grigsby stood by the main exit doors to Winco. Surveillance photos show Grigsby approached three men before approaching Reggie Clark.  Investigators would like to identify and interview these men. Attached are surveillance photographs of the three men. Grigsby is a small white female, 24 years old, with reddish tinted hair. At the time she was approaching customers exiting Winco, she was wearing dark pants and a dark hoodie with the hood up. Investigators are requesting, anyone with information in regards to the identity of the three males pictured in the surveillance photographs, please contact Detective Liles at 441-4032 or Senior Detective Ron Harpham at 441-305.   
Click on the links below for previous KMUD News Posts for this case:
Note: As an update to this story, according to an Associated Press 0n-line article, David "Joey" Pedersen, admitted to, "murdering a man in Eureka, Calif., on Oct. 3 or 4, the probable cause statement said. The crime matched an open investigation into the death of Reginald Alan Clark, 53, who was found dead with a bullet wound to the head.".  Read more...

Photos below, taken by the Eureka WinCo surveillance camera, show the three men who were approched by murder suspect Holly Grigsby.  Anyone with information about the identity of any of the three males pictured below is reguested to contact Detective Liles at 441-4032 or Senior Detective Ron Harpham at 441-305. 


Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Home invasion robbery in McKinleyville

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According to a Press Release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, dated Oct. 11, 2011:
On Oct. 11, 2011, approximately 12:30 p.m., the Humboldt County Sheriffs Office was notified of a Home Invasion Robbery that occurred at approximately 12:00 noon in the 2000 block of Second Avenue, McKinleyville. The adult female victim told the investigating deputies she was home with her two children around 11:00 a.m. today, when two males knocked on her front door and asked if they could mow her lawn for money. The victim told them "no thank you" and they left.
Then at approximately 12:00 noon, there was another knock at the victim’s door. It was two males again and she believed they were the same two suspects who had knocked on her door about 11:00 a.m.  This time one suspect was wearing a full dark colored face ski mask covering his face and the others suspects face was covered with face paint. The suspects shoved their way inside her residence and were armed with a handgun. The suspects demanded money from the victim and began poking her with the handgun. The suspects ransacked the victim’s house and stole her wallet, money and cell phone before fleeing the scene.  They were last seen leaving in a white sedan, similar to a Crown Victoria, Partial California License Plate of CF319.
The suspects are described as:
  • (#1) White male, late teen’s or early twenties, approximately 5-9, 165 pounds, short dark colored hair, wearing a black T- Shirt
  • (#2) Male, unknown race, wearing full dark ski mask, also around, 5-9, 165 pounds 
Anyone with information is requested to contact the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office at 707-445-7251
According to information received by KMUD News:
The 2011-2012 California Hunting Digest, Upland Game and Waterfowl issue will be only available online this year, the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced today. It will not be available in print. By publishing the digest online, DFG saves taxpayers thousands of dollars in printing and distribution costs. Publishing online is also beneficial to the environment and is in step with DFG’s initiative on Going Green (reducing DFG’s carbon footprint). It also allows California’s hunters to access the information on their home computers and on smart phones and tablets while away from home or work.
The  California Hunting Digest can be found at: http://www.dfg.ca.gov/publications/digest/.
This award-winning magazine is published biannually, and provides information on hunting opportunities, regulations and licensing, as well as on wildlife conservation. The Digest's big game issue is produced every spring and the waterfowl and upland game issue is produced each fall.
For more information on DFG’s Going Green, please visit http://www.dfg.ca.gov/Climate_and_Energy/Going_Green/.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

DFG debuts new MPA Mobile Website

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According to information received by KMUD News:
The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is excited to announce its new Marine Protected Area (MPA) mobile website. Now anglers, divers and other ocean users can look up current information about restricted areas and boundaries from smartphones and other portable Internet-enabled devices. This tool will be invaluable to marine enthusiasts of all kinds while they are on Californias ocean waters or shores. 
Located at www.dfg.ca.gov/m/MPA, the MPA mobile website allows the public to:
  • Search for any current MPA by name, county or general area to find information about the MPA's boundaries and regulations (the site will be updated as new MPAs go into effect, with no effect on the end user).
  • Use an interactive map to locate any MPA and learn about its boundaries and regulations.
  • Find and track the user's current location using the GPS on a mobile device, locate the closest MPA(s) and determine whether or not the user is currently located within an MPA.
  • Read a summary of regulations or complete regulations for any MPA.
Though some offshore areas may have spotty cell phone coverage, the website is expected to be extremely useful to anglers, boaters and others who plan to use or pass through MPA waters. Users can access the information from personal computers on land, as well as by smartphones, tablets and other portable Internet-enabled devices. MPAs provide higher levels of protection to a variety of important California marine ecosystems. Recreational and commercial activity may be limited in these waters, including some areas that are designated as "no take," where no fishing or collecting of any kind is allowed.  California's MPAs were created pursuant to the Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA), which was designed to better conserve marine resources for their long-term sustainability while also enhancing outdoor recreation and ocean research opportunities along the coast.
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