This Week Is National Police Week

UPDATE!!  CHANGE IN LOCATION!!  Due to weather, the event location has been moved to the Yolo County Administration Building Atrium located at 625 Court Street, Woodland.  The memorial walk will take place rain or shine. This week is National Police Week. To our brothers and sisters in law enforcement, THANK YOU for all you do… Read More →

National Police Week Starts May 12th

Yolo County law enforcement agencies will honor officers killed in the line of duty at a memorial ceremony and walk to remember scheduled for May 16th Press Release (Woodland, CA) – May 10, 2019 – The week of May 12th is National Police Week, which honors officers who have been killed in the line of… Read More →

Woodland Man Granted Parole

Commissioners Find Eduardo Jaime is no longer a public safety risk Press Release (Woodland, CA) – May 3, 2019 – On Thursday, May 2, 2019, Woodland man Eduardo Jaime, aged 39, was granted parole by the Board of Parole Hearings at California State Prison, Solano. Mr. Jaime has been in prison since November of 1999… Read More →

Woodland Man Found Guilty of Evading Police Reaching Speeds of 130 MPH

Arthur Samaro had been released early from State prison because of Proposition 57 Press Releases (Woodland, CA) – April 26, 2019 – On April 25, 2019, a Yolo County Jury convicted 38-year-old Woodland resident, Arthur F. Samaro, of felony evading a police officer and five misdemeanors related to resisting arrest, driving under the influence, possession… Read More →

Party City to Pay $878,750 in Hazardous Waste Settlement

Stores throughout the State improperly handled and disposed of hazardous wastes Press Release | Complaint | Stipulation Woodland, CA – April 23 2019 – Last Thursday, Yolo County Superior Court Judge Stephen L. Mock ordered Party City Corporation, a Delaware Corporation, to pay $878,750.00 as part of a settlement of a civil-environmental prosecution. Over $75,000.00… Read More →

Yolo DA Attends Three Lifer Hearings Across the State

Each of the inmates were denied parole Press Release (Woodland, CA) – April 18, 2019 District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced that on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, three Yolo County prosecutors attended lifer parole hearings in three separate prisons across the state. The Yolo County District Attorney averages less than one lifer hearing a month so… Read More →

Yolo DA and Umpqua Bank Sponsor Free Shred Day

Citizens Can Protect Their Identity Safe by Shredding Confidential Documents Press Release (Woodland, CA) – April 16, 2019 Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced that on Friday, April 26, 2019, the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office and Umpqua Bank will be co-hosting another free shred event for Yolo County residents and Umpqua Bank customers.… Read More →

Woodland Woman Graduates from Addiction Intervention Court

Press Release (Woodland, CA) – April 3, 2019 – On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, 36-year-old Woodland resident Calli Garcia successfully graduated from Addiction Intervention Court in Department 14 of the Yolo County Superior Court. Addiction Intervention Court (AIC) is a specialty court program that serves up to 15 individuals who struggle with substance use disorders… Read More →

Yolo County DA’s 13th Annual Victims’ Tribute on April 8, 2019

Press Release (Woodland, CA) – April 2, 2019 – Yolo County District Attorney and the District Attorney Victim Services Program will host the 13th Annual Victims’ Tribute Ceremony on Monday April 8th from 12 to 12:50 pm at the Woodland Opera House on 340 Second Street. The ceremony is an opportunity for community members, advocates,… Read More →

Walmart Agrees to Settlement Prohibiting Sales of 14 Products in Oversized Packages

Press Release Woodland, CA – April 1, 2019 – The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office along with the Shasta, Fresno, Placer, Tulare and Santa Cruz County District Attorneys’ Offices reached a settlement with Walmart, Inc. in a civil enforcement action related to sales of health and beauty products. The civil complaint filed by prosecutors alleged… Read More →