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PODCAST

  Jun 02, 2022

The Vallejo police killing of Sean Monterrosa, two years later

Vallejo Police Det. Jarrett Tonn shot Sean Monterrosa in the back of the head on June 2, 2020.

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  May 12, 2022

The Vallejo police war on rap music

Policing and protests have helped shape the rich music scene in Vallejo. But rap musicians are frequent targets of police.

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  Mar 31, 2022

How badge bending became a ritual among Vallejo police

For the last two decades, some members of the Vallejo Police Department have bent the tips of badges belonging to officers after they were involved in an on-duty shooting.

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  Mar 16, 2022

Why did Cherie Nicoletta and others die in Vallejo’s Project RoomKey?

At least four people died in hotels in Vallejo under a statewide initiative to keep people experiencing homelessness safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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GOVERNMENT

  Aug 02, 2022

Vallejo names new HR director and special advisor to city manager

City Manager Mike Malone has filled two more important positions within his administration, as he appointed Rachel Ferguson to human resources director while Michael Nimon was named special advisor to the city manager as director of economic development, the city announced Tuesday.

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  Jul 29, 2022

Vallejo seeking arguments for or against sales tax measure

Measure P is general transaction and use tax, which if passed, is estimated to generate $18 million annually for the city’s coffers.

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POLICING

  Aug 08, 2022

Federal judge rejects push to dismiss excessive force lawsuit against Vallejo police

A federal judge dealt the city of Vallejo a blow last week by ruling that a civil lawsuit, accusing two Vallejo police officers of using excessive force during a 2018 traffic stop, could continue.

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