Week in Review: Possible Norovirus Outbreak Triggers Nursing Home Quarantine; Downtown San Rafael Flasher Arrested

A round-up of major news stories from the past week.

Monday, Jan. 13

Opening statements began on Monday in the trial of a man accused in the ambush shooting at the San Rafael Transit Center with prosecutors saying the suspect showed no remorse after the shooting that left his alleged victim seriously injured.


Tuesday, Jan. 14

A North Bay senior living center in Santa Rosa is under voluntary quarantine because of a possible norovirus outbreak.


Wednesday, Jan. 15

The pursuit of fugitive Aikeem Lloyd Roberts finally ended on a patch of concrete near Third Street and Lootens Place after the suspect jumped from an adjacent two-story parking garage and bounced off an awning.


Thursday, Jan. 16

Police arrested a man suspected of exposing himself and masturbating in public on a busy downtown San Rafael street during the evening rush hour.


Friday, Jan. 17

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. on Friday proclaimed a State of Emergency and directed state officials to take all necessary actions to prepare for these drought conditions.

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