Week in Review: I680 Shooting, Carjacking Thwarted, Inmate Suicide and Cat Goes to Reno

Some of the stories that made news this past week in Dublin.

I680 shooting: by during a morning traffic stop in Alamo. Lacy was killed after a second CHP officer returned fire during the incident. Officer Youngstrom was - gathered in support. The at 6:05 p.m. Wednesday, according to Ben Drew, a spokesman for John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek. until his internment.

Inmate suicide: On September 1, Dennis Jimenez, age 54, who was an inmate at the Santa Rita Jail, Jimenez was taken by ambulance to Valley Care Hospital in Pleasanton where he was pronounced dead. Jimenez had been in custody at Santa Rita Jail since March 11, 2012 when he was arrested by the Oakland Police Department for DUI, theft and drug charges.

Would-be carjacker arrested: A mother's protective side kept a would-be carjacker at bay on September 1. Rex Ganoe had allegedly been driving a stolen car in San Ramon when he led San Ramon Police on a pursuit. The pursuit was terminated for safety reasons and Ganoe fled toward the Dublin area where he allegedly had a hit-and-run collision with another car. Ganoe eventually ended up on foot and tried to get into several cars when he approached a car in the Wendy's drive-through. Ganoe opened the car door and tried to force the woman to drive him to the hospital. The woman was afraid because her two young children were also in the car.

Dublin Cat takes a sneaky ride to Nevada: The cat showed up at Circus Circus in Reno, Nevada. The cat's owner didn't know the cat was missing until she was called by Washoe Animal Control. According to the Washoe County Sheriff's website, the cat made a 220 mile trip in the neighbor's car. The cat, named and had a collar and ID along with a microchip. Ponyo is back at home and doing well.

Pleasanton Police arrest three: On September 4, police found and arrested three suspects after getting in Pleasanton. The third suspect was concealed in a car. Pleasanton Police are praising residents who called to report the suspicious activity.

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