Lincoln Police Department

Thank you for keeping us safe

Now that everyone has returned to their homes after averting a catastrophe in downtown Lincoln (Journal, Aug. 26-27), I would like to express tremendous thanks to our city’s emer ...

Tanker fire stresses staff importance

It’s been a stressful and exhausting past few days for everyone. I wanna thank the Lincoln Police Department, Lincoln Fire Department and any other agency that battled this disas ...

SWAT team comes to Foskett Ranch neighborhood

Lincoln’s Foskett Ranch residents were startled last Thursday morning and afternoon to see a SWAT team and a drug-sniffing dog in their neighborhood. Roseville’s Crime Suppress ...

Teacher faces molest charge

A Lincoln High School teacher placed on leave will be arraigned Sept. 8 on molestation charges in an Auburn courtroom, according to the Placer County District Attorney’s Office T ...

Our View: Grand jury swings, misses with city manager pay probe

If there’s one thing residents have been vocal about during the recession, it’s that state, county and local governments must rein in pay for public employees — especially to ...

Looking behind the scenes: Police chief mystery calls for answers

Expediting the notebook while wondering why the Governator is using the next 90 days to try to appoint Abel Maldonado as lieutenant governor when there’s a statewide election in ...

Vizzusi no longer Lincoln's chief of police

Brian Vizzusi is no longer Lincoln’s police chief, as of Feb. 18, according to City Manager Jim Estep. The police chief has been on paid leave since at least Jan. 14. There have ...

CHP reports accidents steadily decreasing since 2003

The number of traffic accidents on East Placer County roadways has steadily decreased since 2003, according to a recent report issued by the California Highway Patrol Auburn office ...