Monday, May 16, 2016

Daily Corrections Clips


ABC 10 News

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California Correctional Health Care Services announced Friday that a laptop was stolen that may contain the personal information of patients.

The theft happened from the employee's personal vehicle on February 25, according to Liz Gransee, public information officer with the Office of the Receiver. She stated the laptop may have contained information for patients of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation incarcerated between 1996 and 2004.


Roberto M. Robledo, The Salinas Californian

“When I was in prison you visited me.”

-- Matthew 25:36

It isn’t your typical book club. Privileged preppies join with prison inmates to read and talk about the works of John Steinbeck.

But each side agrees that what they come away with are life lessons and a new way of looking at each other.



SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office says they've arrested six Santa Maria gang members  and associates following the capture of 28-year-old Rudy Ramos. Ramos had been on the run from police for nearly two weeks after being involved in a vehicle pursuit and crash in Santa Maria on April 30th.

While on the run, Detectives from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office Special Investigation Bureau and Compliance Response Team discovered that Ramos associated himself with several people who had warrants issued for their arrest.


SF Gate

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Jerry Brown proposed a $122.2 billion general fund spending plan Friday that sets the stage for a months-long debate with the Legislature over budget priorities.

Here's a look at some of the numbers in Brown's plan: