Officer Involved Shooting in Dublin
Dublin Police shot and wounded a 28-year-old man they said was wielding a large "Rambo-style" knife on Friday morning. A neighbor says this is not the first time the suspect, who police identified as Ryan Cox, has been in the street with a knife. Watch the video of the neighbor describing the scene Friday morning. Read the original story here.
Composite Sketch of Shell Station Armed Robbery Suspect
Pleasanton Police released a sketch this week of the man suspected of committing armed robbery at the Shell Gas Station in Pleasanton on Jan. 16. The victim believes the neck tattoo is on the right side of his neck and the suspect has several “tear drop” tattoos underneath his left eye. Do you know this man? If so, call Pleasanton Police Department at 925-931-5100.
Swalwell Sponsors Reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act
Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) sponsored the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization Act and called for swift action on the legislation Wednesday. Read the full story here. Check out Swalwell's most recent blog.
Annual Candlelight Walk for Missing Ilene Misheloff
The walk for Ilene Misheloff, who was 13-years-old when she disappeared while walking home from Wells Middle school in 1988, will be held on Jan. 30. Information about the walk is available here.
Show & Tell: Dougherty Hills Dog Park
If you've visited and taken pictures of your pet at the popular dog park, share them in our photo gallery and tell us about your experience.
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Patch Editors Kris Noceda and Patrick Creaven contributed to this report.