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A WAITRESS GOT $1800 AS A TIP
In the week, a waitress from Sacramento was astonished to get a $1,800 gratuity left by the customer. She hosted a relatively local group in the Wildwood Cafe and bar of the Courtyards on Tuesday night Kathleen Moreno told her. Like any other client that arrives at the restaurant, she retorted that she regarded them with respect and dignity. The payment of the group pertained to almost $165. Moreno said that a female lady in the group paid the bill and that she was shocked by the amount she had transcribed once she got the returned check. She hasn't ever encountered or seen the lady before, Moreno notified. This evening's table was only one of four she had already been clamoring for.
SACRAMENTO — One person stated as man was injured at Oak Park Shooting. Sacramento investigate a Saturday night shooting at Oak Park which really abandoned one person is injured.
The shooting took place around 6:49 p.m. by the police. Towards the San Jose Way 2900. According to the authorities, there is no such life risk and nobody has been dead until now, but further information is provided because there is no idea who is shooting and why the area is being watched.
Sacramento PD stated that the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and took himself to the hospital immediately by the authorities. Police said at this time there is no suspicious information available.
Calif. — Two groups met on Saturday to show support for the same cause, more than 20 miles apart. That town of El Dorado and the town of Folsom all paid tribute in two drastically different ways to the life of deputy El Dorado County Sheriff, Brian Ishmael.
The El Dorado Gun Club collected monthly match fees and held a donation raffle to the memorial fund of the fallen deputy. "We just felt, you know, we had to give back," said Sandra Longcor, Club Treasurer. "I know that Deputy Ishmael and other members of the department have trained here."
It was brought to the case by members of the El Dorado County Sheriff's office. "The group's support we had was amazing," Deputy Josh Perry retorted. "For now, we're all holding up pretty well and trying to support each other and the world just the way they're supporting us for now."
In Folsom, the Folsom Jr., 23 miles away. The Football League of Bulldogs utilized the day of match as a tribute. "So far we have set up blue ribbons and blue ribbons on all our players ' helmets," League President Bob Tremaine said. "They hand out ribbon pins and hold the fallen officer for a moment of silence as well."
Tremaine reported that the league tried to show that they are not alone in their mourning to the Ishmael family and the El Dorado County Sheriff's office. "This is just a little, close knit community," he stated. "That we are all helping El Dorado County out here in Folsom, although we're in Sacramento County." Ishmael's funeral services are set for Tuesday.