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Sacramento man pleads to child porn charge

SACRAMENTO, CA - A Sacramento man faces a prison sentence of five to 20 years after pleading guilty to receiving child pornography.

Martinez police identified 66-year-old Alan Irwin Burnor when they observed his computer was offering child pornography via an online file sharing service and they could download child porn files from it, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of California. The Sacramento Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force joined the investigation and a warrant was obtained to search Burnor's home.

According to court documents, investigators recovered 100 video files and approximately 465 image files depicting toddlers and children being molested and abused from the suspect's computer. The files had been downloaded between July 23, 2010 and Oct. 16, 2011.

Sentencing for Burnor was set for Jan. 23, 2013.

UPDATE: Father shot by Sacramento teen identified

SACRAMENTO, CA -  It now appears Wednesday's shooting in Rosemont that took the life of a 40-year-old man occurred several hours before the man's 18-year-old son called sheriff's deputies to say he had shot his father.

According to Sgt. Jason Ramos, Daniel Cartwright called the sheriff's department around 10:40 a.m. and informed them he had shot his father, Richard A Cartwright.

Deputies responded to the scene and found Cartwright's father with at least one gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Daniel Cartwright was taken into custody without incident, said Ramos.  He was booked into Sacramento County Jail on a single charge of murder and is being held without bail.

Kody Randall, Daniel Cartwright's friend who also lives in the apartment complex, said the father and son argued a lot.

Man arrested in connection to Sacramento shooting death

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A man was arrested in connection to shooting and killing one man and injuring another at an Arden-Arcade apartment complex early Saturday morning.

Sacramento County Sheriff's Department received a report at 1:30 a.m. early Saturday of a shooting at an apartment complex on the 1600 block of Bell Street.

Sgt. Jason Ramos said when deputies arrived at the scene, they found two men with gunshot wounds.

Ramos said an 18-year-old man was transported to the hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to his upper body. Another man, Rickey Howard, 33, also sustained a gunshot wound to the upper body and was pronounced dead at the scene.

After several witnesses were detained for questioning, detectives learned that there was a party at the apartment when three people got into an fight, which escalated into a shooting.

Sacramento police arrest 2 in $200K State Fair robbery

SACRAMENTO: On Thursday, the Sacramento Police Department made an arrest in a robbery case stemming from 2010.

A Sacramento police report released Friday stated Gene Felder, 34, and Antonio Harvey, 52, were arrested in connection with the armed robbery of employees at a food service company working the California State Fair.

According to the report, Felder and Harvey slipped into the cash room of the food company around 10 p.m. on July 21, 2010. The two masked men then held the employees up at gunpoint and made off with $200,000 in cash.

During the initial investigation of the incident, Harvey, an employee of the food company at the time, called police and claimed he had been kidnapped. However, an investigation into his claim proved it false, leading detectives to focus on him as a suspect in the robbery, per the report.

Detectives were able to link Felder to the crime during their investigation of Harvey, according to the report.

2 men suspected in murder of man shot in buttock outside Sacramento motel arrested

2 men suspected in murder of man shot in buttock outside Sacramento motel arrested

SACRAMENTO, CA - Two men were arrested in connection to the death of a man who was shot in the buttocks.

Ceasar Williams, 27, and Michael Nunally, 28, were charged with the murder of the 29-year-old man who was shot outside of a Motel 6 in the Arden area on the night of Sept. 25, Sacramento County sheriff's Deputy Jason Ramos said.

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The investigation into the shooting led police to Nunally and Williams.

Ramos said Williams was arrested on Tuesday and booked into Sacramento County Jail; Nunally was arrested at the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center, where we was already in custody for a parole violation.

Deputies continue to investigate the shooting because there may have been other suspects involved, Ramos said.

Man, toddler attacked with machete in Arden

ARDEN-ARCADE, CA - A 24-year-old man and his 2-year-old son were attacked with a machete in an Arden neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.

The attack happened on the 2100 block of Bluebird Lane around 2:55 p.m., according to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.

The suspect, identified as James Norman, 30, had stopped by the house to talk with the father when the two got into an argument, deputies said. Norman allegedly grabbed his machete and started swinging it at the two.

Neighbor Donaven Tolleson was home next door when he heard screaming and ran out to see what was going on.

"I was just sitting in here and heard a bunch of screaming and we went out," Tolleson recalled. "I see this guy swinging around this machete. I ran over, and he came at me, so I said, 'I'll be right back' and went over and got my shotgun and chased the dude off."

UPDATE: Victim ID'd in suspected Arden hit and run

ARDEN, CA - A 60-year-old man died Thursday night after being run over by a cab on Fulton Avenue in the Arden area, but California Highway Patrol and UC Davis medical personnel say the taxi was likely the second vehicle to hit him.

CHP spokesman Jim Frost said officers were called to Fulton Ave. just north of Hurley Way in response to a report of a man being hit by a cab.

Upon arrival, officers found the taxi driver at the scene, but the victim, Dale Phillip Jensen, had already been transported to UC Davis medical center, said Frost.

According to Frost, the cab driver was cooperative with CHP officers and explained he was making a u-turn at a low rate of speed, did not seen Jensen laying in the road, and ran him over. An ensuing investigation confirmed the cab driver's story, said Frost.