Week in Review: San Anselmo Man Pleads Guilty in Child Sex Case; Swine Flu Kills 2 in Marin

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

Monday, Jan. 6

A San Anselmo man on Monday pleaded guilty to multiple sex crimes involving a girl who was 15 when the first of several alleged incidents occurred.


Tuesday, Jan. 7

The sister of a man who shot four Oakland police officers to death in a 2009 rampage was arrested early Monday morning on multiple felony charges during an alleged San Rafael incident that according to authorities involved drugs, gunshots and a baseball bat attack.


Wednesday, Jan. 8

Of the eight remaining teams left in the playoffs, two are coached by Marin County high school grads. And if the stars line up just right, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Caroll and San Marin's Mike McCoy could meet in what would be an All-Marin Super Bowl on Feb. 2.


Thursday, Jan. 9

San Rafael's Charles 'Chaz' Simonds advanced to the finals of "Dancing with the Stars." The semi-professional actor, who works as a hairstylist in San Rafael is among 15 finalists competing for the cruise-themed title.


Friday, Jan. 10

deadly flu virus has killed two Marin County residents and claimed the live of at least six others in the Bay Area.


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