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Fairfield Police officers on Sunday afternoon arrested two East Bay residents after a traffic stop and a vehicle search, discovering what they believed was a stolen firearm. According to a department social media post, Officer Drake Weist made a traffic stop of a white BMW for a Vehicle Code violation near the intersection of Heath and Dahlia around 2:30 p.m....
According to the criminal complaint, inside the minivan allegedly were bolt cutters, a power saw and 13 handguns with store price tags still attached
The Rancho Solano Women's Golf Club played a game of Triple 3 on Tuesday. Each player picks three of each of their best par 3, par 4 and par 5's, then takes the total score and subtracts half of her handicap. Lesley Stewart won first flight with a net 29.5, followed by June Kitipan with a 31.5 and Wendy Van...
- The Walter V. Graham Aquatic Center reopened Monday, albeit with a much smaller crowd than one would typically see this time of year. The pool has stringent social distancing guidelines in place, and only the noon lap swim was open Monday, although new programs will be added each week.