Monday, January 26, 2009
Sunday, January 25, 2009
And unlike Bill, I would accept SEction 8 vouchers and keep the properties in excellent shape.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
A white supremacist gang member was arrested after deputies found him with heroin and a rifle modified "for offensive use," Yuba County Sheriff Steve Durfor said Tuesday.
At about 11 p.m. Monday, two deputies saw a sport utility vehicle parked in a field near the Yuba Gardens Apartments in the 1800 block of Hammonton-Smartville Road in East Linda.
Because of recent reports of drug use and sales in the area, the deputies approached the occupants, gang member David Alan Waterbury Jr. of Linda and Brian Keith Alfrey of Olivehurst, both 23 years old.
Because Waterbury was on probation and Alfrey on parole, the deputies were able to search the SUV and found a .22-caliber rifle on the floor and ammunition in the driver's door grip, Durfor said.
The rifle's serial number had been scratched off and the stock replaced with a pistol grip. Waterbury admitted painting the gun black.
Waterbury said he bought the rifle for $20, "which meant it was probably stolen," said Durfor.
The ammunition had been modified to mushroom on impact in order to inflict greater injury, the sheriff said.
The modifications to the rifle and ammunition indicate they were not intended for self-defense or hunting, Durfor said.
A small bag of heroin and a binder containing gang-related slogans and artwork were also found in the SUV.
White supremacists believe whites are superior to other races.
In a 2008 interview, John Summers, Yuba County's director of family court services and a chronicler of area gang activity, said white supremacist gangs, including Another Order and New Order, may be the fastest growing in Yuba County.
Waterbury was arrested on possession of heroin and a gun with an altered serial number and committing a felony as a gang member. Alfrey is charged with possession of a gun and ammunition by a felon.
The records of both men include convictions for theft, said Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Melanie Oakes.Waterbury and Alfrey were being held Tuesday in Yuba County Jail on $20,000 and $25,000 bail, respectively
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Police say three New Jersey siblings whose names have Nazi connotations have been placed in the custody of the state.
Holland Township Police Sgt. John Harris says workers from the state Division of Youth and Family Services on Tuesday removed 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell and his younger sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell from their home Tuesday.
Harris says family services did not tell police the reason the children were removed. Agency spokeswoman Kate Bernyk says it does not comment on specific cases.
The children and their parents, Heath and Deborah Campbell, received attention last month when a supermarket bakery refused to put Adolf Hitler Campbell's name on a birthday cake.
Hal Turner, who publically denies being gay, refused to help the Campbell's instead deciding to sit on his computer making manic statements that no one takes seriously.