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One post showed El Dorado County Sheriff’s deputies pulling over a school bus. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. But the target of the fourth plane was the prosperous Sacramento suburb of El Dorado Hills, where much smaller rallies were entirely peaceful, the Times said. El Dorado sheriff’s officials, however, said, “right now, there are no confirmed cases of looting or criminal behavior associated with rioting. The head of the California national guard, Maj Gen David S Baldwin, lives in El Dorado Hills. We’re continually coordinating with our regional, state, and federal public safety partners.”. More than a dozen law enforcement vehicles, including Folsom patrolcars, were parked nearby. National Guard troops arrived in El Dorado Hills Town Center shortly after 8 p.m., Monday. Prencipe said calling the National Guard was a precautionary measure.

Liens externes. “El Dorado Hills was the most monitored place in California,” said Dan Woodside, a recently retired pilot who flew RC-26Bs.

They may be rumors in tense times, but Elk Grove residents on social media platforms, including NextDoor, appeared to be girding for unrest to reach the suburban city. At this time Town Center is quiet but well-protected should any unrest occur. But to this point, the airwaves and internet have been filled more often with rumors and unfounded claims, some of them appearing to be purposely concocted out of malice on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Sarah Cormier, an El Dorado Hills resident who is white, brought her two black sons, ages 9 and 13. “We are aware of unsubstantiated rumors of looting and rioting across Placer County,” the Sheriff’s Office said on social media Monday. Five current and former guard officers with knowledge of the flights said they knew of no justifiable reason for the mission.

The planes flew over several cities in early June, to monitor street protests following the police killing of George Floyd, triggering concerns the military was improperly gathering intelligence on US citizens, the Los Angeles Times reported. The report states that the mission grew out of a “high priority” request by the state Office of Emergency Services, on behalf of the El Dorado sheriff. On Tuesday, about 200 people gathered for a rally outside the Folsom Public Library, which sits next to city hall and the city’s police station. By 6:30 p.m., more than 100 protesters lined Latrobe Road, just outside the Town Center Boulevard.

The city of Sacramento called on the National Guard. The event, which started with a handful of protesters at 5 p.m. at the El Dorado Hills Town Center, called for demonstrators to raise awareness to Black Lives Matter and police brutality.
“The use of the RC-26 to meet the sheriff’s request for aerial support to provide situational awareness for law enforcement is concerning and should not have happened,” Nathan Click said. “We made the decision that we felt it was best for our community.”, “For the county to call the National Guard after always talking about frivolous spending is offensive,” said David, a former resident of El Dorado Hills who didn’t give his for fear it would hurt his job. The event, which started with a handful of protesters at 5 p.m. at the El Dorado Hills Town Center, called for demonstrators to raise awareness to Black Lives Matter and police brutality. Hayes said he was surprised to see that the National Guard was deployed in the foothills. The city of Sacramento called on the National Guard to patrol the streets and, to some of El Dorado HIlls residents’ surprise, troops were stationed in their city, too.
Shopping centers closed by early evening across Elk Grove and many storefronts were being watched by security or city police on a night that nearby Sacramento was under a curfew and patrolled by National Guard troops. Some suburban crime appears to be tangentially related to the marches and civil disobedience of downtown. “We don’t want anyone to loot or destroy any of this property here,” he said. Justice for All Folsom Solidarity Black Lives Matter, misinformation and rumors spread through the capital region’s suburbs this week. ©2020 The Sacramento Bee (Sacramento, Calif.), Visit The Sacramento Bee (Sacramento, Calif.) at