“Couple arrested for shooting at a family on Halloween.”
After a family bumped into their Chevrolet Equinox, a man allegedly shot a single round from a handgun into the family’s car narrowly missing the victims by inches on Oct. 31, according to The Sun.
Surveillance videotape was able to identify the vehicle and trace to two suspects.
Deputies arrested the couple Friday morning in their San Bernardino home.
“Woman arrested for her ceviche”
A California mother was arrested for selling homemade ceviche through a community page on Facebook.
Mariza Ruelas, from Stockton, could face a year in jail and possible fines, according to the LA Times.
She is being charged with misdemeanor counts of operating a food facility and a business without proper permits in San Joaquin County.
“First woman U.S. Attorney General passes away”
Janet Reno, the first woman to serve as a U.S. Attorney General died at the age of 78, from complications of Parkinson’s disease, according to USA Today.
Serving for eight years, she became the second longest serving Attorney General in U.S. history.
According to USA Today, Former president Clinton called her “an extraordinary public servant who dedicated her life to advancing justice, equality and innovation in criminal justice that would save and lift lives.”
“Restaurant catches fire during breakfast time”
Wildomar restaurant catches on fire during breakfast Sunday forcing customers and employees to evacuate.
The fire happened at El Comal Restaurant in the 32400 block of Mission Trail. Firefighters saw flames through the roof of the building and down power lines, according to The Press-Enterprise.
Everybody was safely evacuated and no injuries were reported.
“Drug Kingpin pleads guilty”
A Newport resident said to be running a $12 million synthetic drug ring pleaded guilty to drug, weapons and money laundering charges, according to the LA Times.
Sean Libbert, 41, ran a ring that created synthetic drugs commonly referred to “spice” or “bath salts” that mimic the effects of weed.
Libbert sentencing is scheduled in March, he has agreed to serve at least six years in prison under a plea deal.
“McDonald’s sues Florence”
McDonald’s sued Florence 18 million euros for blocking one of their restaurants in one of Florence’s most historic plazas.
The chain was rejected back in June by Florence’s mayor but McDonald’s modified its proposal to fit with city standards, according to BBC.com.
The fast-food giant claims it has been discriminated against and wants to get back the $19.7 million it estimates it will lose over the next 18 years.
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