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Car passenger shot driving through Sacramento neighborhood

SACRAMENTO - A person was shot while in a car driving through a Sacramento neighborhood in the 40 block of Ford Road around 3 a.m. Thursday.

The shooting victim was in the car with three other individuals.  One of the people in the car said they were driving along the street when they heard gunshots. Soon thereafter, the group realized the person had been hit.

The driver of the car transported the victim  to one of the involved individual's homes about a block away and contacted authorities, said police.

Police said the gunshot victim was taken to hospital in serious condition.

Police did not release the identities of persons involved or an suspected motive for the shooting.

Suspected high-tech peeper arrested at Fry's

SACRAMENTO - Police arrested a man who reportedly used a camera to peer up an unsuspecting woman's skirt at Fry's Electronics.

According to the Sacramento Police activity log, a store security employee saw Eric Carson Anderson, 28, taking advantage of the woman's inattention while she was facing a display at the Fry's store at 4100 Northgate Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon.

The employee called police, who arrested Anderson on a Peeping Tom charge. 

California law prohibits the use of camcorders or photographic equipment to secretly photograph or record another person under or through the clothing to satisfy lust or sexual desire.

Sacramento County Jail booking records show Anderson was released from custody on Wednesday.

Rio Linda man robbed, shot for his medicinal marijuana

RIO LINDA, CA - A man was shot at his home in the 500 block of Elkhorn Boulevard Wednesday morning when three men broke into his backyard to steal his marijuana.

According to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, the homeowner discovered the three intruders stealing his plants and confronted them. One of the men shot the homeowner in the arm, then the three men fled, leaving a trail of pot behind.

The gunshot victim was taken to hospital and was said to be undergoing surgery for the wound.

Former Detroit Lion suspected of home invasion, sexual assault

SACRAMENTO, CA - A suspect arrested in connection with a Natomas home invasion and sex assault earlier this month is a former football player with the Detroit Lions.

Investigators determined Keith Wright, 31, was a possible suspect in the Aug. 21 incident on Kokomo Drive because of stolen property from the previous robberies. They believe he is tied to at least two other home invasions.

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As it turns out, Wright's DNA was on file from a previous felony arrest.

Police arrested Wright Monday around 10:30 p.m. near San Juan Road and Duckhorn Drive.

Police Arrest Sexual Assault Suspect

Police Arrest Sexual Assault Suspect

The Sacramento Police Department has arrested 31-year-old Keith Wright for sexual assault and robbery.

On Sunday, August 21, 2011, at approximately 2 a.m. officers responded to the 4800 block of Kokomo Drive on a home invasion.  Based on the investigation, officers believe the suspect entered the residence through an unlocked door and robbed the victim at gunpoint.  Sometime during the robbery, the suspect sexually assaulted the victim.

There were two prior home invasion robberies with similar circumstances that occurred in the Natomas area. Detectives believed these robberies were connected to the Kokomo incident based their similarities.

Natomas sexual assault suspect arrested

SACRAMENTO, CA - Sacramento police have taken a 31-year-old man into custody on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman during a home invasion robbery on  Aug. 21.

Keith Wright was arrested at 10:30 p.m. Monday. Lt. Andrew Pettit said analysis of DNA recovered as evidence from the crime committed on the 4800 block of Kokomo Drive matched Wright's DNA already on file from a prior felony arrest.

Robbery detectives developed Wright as a suspect based on similarities in the items stolen in two previous Natomas home invasions to that taken in the Kokomo robbery, Pettit said.

Wright was arrested for sexual assault and robbery, according to Pettit.

Police seek gunman in bicyclist's shooting in Natomas

NATOMAS, CA - Sacramento police are looking for the person who shot a 19-year-old teen on a bike Tuesday afternoon, leaving him in critical condition.

Officers were alerted by a 911 call made from a Shell gas station on the 2600 block of Gateway Oaks that a young man had been brought in who had been shot in the chin. He was transported to a local hospital where he was listed in critical condition, police said.

A witness driving on Azevedo Drive and Yarwood Drive saw the wounded teen on the side of the rode, put him in her car and took him to the nearest place - the gas station - where she could call for help.

Investigators learned the victim was riding his bike in the area of Azevedo Drive and Coroval Drive when he was approached by a young man who shot him and robbed him of his personal property.