SAN RAMON — Police said they were asking for possible additional victims to step forward after a youth soccer club director was arrested on suspicion of rape and subsequently fired.
San Ramon police said Tuesday that Luke Enna, the now-former director of the San Ramon FC youth soccer club, had been arrested Oct. 30, just days after the alleged assault was reported to them.
The police statement said officers had responded to a report by an 18-year-old woman, who had been housesitting on Oct. 26 for Enna, her former coach. He returned home on the early morning of the 27th, and committed multiple sexual acts against the girl without her consent, investigators said.
Police said an investigation into the case continues, and anyone with information about the incident or other suspicious activity involving Enna should call San Ramon police at 925-973-2779.
Don’t Miss This Event! We will have Appetizers(a cheese board, small bites, cupcakes, & baked goods from local bakeries), Wine(Bartender from Blackhawk Country Club will be pouring wine) & Raffle Prizes(Gift baskets, gift cards, & more!) You won’t want to miss out! See you there!
Thanks to our sponsors: Meenar’s Music Club, Shred 415 San Ramon, Danville Cheese Gal, Old Town Danville Bakery, & Lara Photography
We know it’s early to think of Christmas, but these tickets always sell out fast! We want to give you a heads up that they will be open to the General Public on October 11, at 9AM! Don’t miss out on the Holiday Adventure with the family!
Relive the magical journey of THE POLAR EXPRESS on an hour-long train ride to the North Pole. Enjoy hot-hot-hot chocolate and yummy cookies as you ride along with many of the story’s characters. Once you reach the North Pole, the jolly old elf – Santa himself – will come on board to give each passenger a silver sleighbell, the “first gift of Christmas.”
Located in Jamestown, CA.
Coach Seating: $50 per person First Class Seating: $70 per person An additional service fee of $6 per ticket will apply at purchase checkout. Children under 2 years of age are free and must be seated on an adult’s lap.
Trains depart the Central Pacific Passenger Station in Old Town Sacramento. Friday & Saturday(November 29 & 30) and Friday, Saturday & Sunday(December 6-8, 13-15 & 20-22).
**After the train ride, visit the Eagle Theater and have your children’s pictures taken with Santa, visit the gift shop, and enjoy the sights and sounds of the season.
Meet your police and elected officials and get Crime Prevention Tips!
Plan a neighborhood bbq or ice cream social for next week’s National Night Out! 8/8/19, from 6PM-9PM and register your neighborhood get-together with Crime Prevention Specialist, Amy Ballock by 8/2/19 at: [email protected]
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Police and ambulances raced to a shooting at a food festival in California on Sunday, with three people reported dead and several injured, and video posted on social media showing people at the event running for cover as shots rang out.
One suspect was arrested, Gilroy City Councilman Dion Bracco said.
The scene was still active as of 8:34 p.m. PST, Gilroy Police tweeted. Residents nearby the festival remained on lockdown, including Roman Faria, who sat down for dinner when he heard crowds running down the street.
“There were tons of people crying, they had scratches from diving and being knocked over,” Faria said. “It was intense to see because this is our town.”
Attendees could be seen fleeing and screaming in videos posted on social media. It was unclear how many people were involved in the shooting about 30 miles southeast of San Jose.
“As a reminder please do not come to Christmas Hill Park, this is still an active crime scene,” police tweeted.
San Jose resident Angela Escarcega was in line to get garlic bread with her family when shots rang out. She initially thought the gunshots were fireworksbecause it was near the end of the three-day festival. When she realized what was happening, Escarcega ran from the gunfire with her son in her arms.
Escarcega said her family has been going to the festival for over 10 years, but after meeting up at the reunification center at Gavilan College, they said now they don’t want to go anymore.
“My little one,” she said of her 9-year-old son. “He’s ready to go home.”
Evenny Reyes of Gilroy, 13, told the Mercury News that she spent the day at the festival with her friends and relatives when chaos erupted.
“We were just leaving and we saw a guy with a bandana wrapped around his leg because he got shot. And there were people on the ground, crying,” Reyes said. “There was a little kid hurt on the ground. People were throwing tables and cutting fences to get out.”
Reyes said the scene was “like the movies — everyone was crying, people were screaming.”
Seven people attending the Gilroy Garlic Festival were hospitalized, area medical center spokespeople confirmed. No information on their conditions was immediately available, and it was unclear if the 12 wounded included the three people who died.
Tonight at 7 pm, Norm’s Summer Plunge Cruiser Ride kicks off summer! Come on down and make sure to wear your suit and bring your towel. After the ride and plunge, Norm’s will be raffling away a new white women’s Electra Cruiser bike. Partial proceeds go to the ALS Association.