Owners of dog killed in Lincoln Park find responsible party

One of the owners of a dog who died of his injuries after being attacked near Lincoln Park said they have “a degree of closure” after finding the owner of the dog who bit their pet.

Los Altans searching for pet owner after their dog was killed near Lincoln Park Sunday

Heartbroken dog owners Martin and Shaye Chirotarrab seek help from the Los Altos Police Department and the community to find the owner of a dog that attacked their canine Sunday in Lincoln Park, causing injuries that resulted in the death of their pet the next day.

Puma bites girl, forces closure of Rancho Preserve

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Town Crier File Photo
Signs warn Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve visitors of mountain lion activity in August.

Update (4 p.m. Feb. 20): The mountain lion has been captured and killed. For more, check out our updated story.

Rancho San Antonio County Park and Open Space Preserve remains closed days after a mountain lion attacked a 6-year-old girl there, as California Department of Fish and Wildlife officers search for the animal there. 

Additional victims of attempted MV kidnapping come forward

Updated at 1 p.m. on 2/20/20
Jeremiah Porter
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Following the publicized arrest of a 33-year-old man in connection to the attempted kidnapping of a 53-year-old Mountain View woman last week, another woman has alleged the suspect also took her and her daughter hostage in the same neighborhood, according to an updated press release from the Mountain View Police Department.

Auto burglars sweep through Whisman Station, Rex Manor

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Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Vehicles parked along Minaret Avenue, above, were among those targeted by auto burglars late Feb. 12 or early Feb. 13.

Updated Feb. 19 at 11 a.m.

Mountain View Police Department officers are investigating a rash of auto burglaries that left scores of vehicles in two local neighborhoods with shattered windows. 

Transformer explosion ignites grass fires

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Courtesy of the Mountain View Fire Department
A grass fire on Whisman Road in Mountain View blazes Tuesday afternoon.

Multiple grass fires ignited after a transformer attached to a utility pole exploded Tuesday (Feb. 11) afternoon in the 600 block of North Whisman Road, according to a press release from the Mountain View Fire Department. No injuries or monetary property loss were reported.


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