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VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Modesto

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Modesto

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, November 7.

The voting starts Friday, October 31, and ends Tuesday, November 4 at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Modesto and they are:

Fallen deputies: Revisiting a deadly crime spree from Sacramento to Placer Co.


A multi-county, six-hour crime spree on Oct. 24, 2014 left two law enforcement officials dead, another wounded, a bystander fighting for his life in the hospital and two people as the victims of carjackings. Those directly connected to the day's horrific events, as well as the public, were left wondering why the events unfolded as they did and how a two-time deportee with a criminal background was able to perpetrate a crime that rendered so many people fearful for their safety.

What follows is a timeline of events from one of the more tragic days in recent history for the Sacramento area, beginning with a deadly encounter in an Arden Arcade motel parking lot.

An investigation of a suspicious vehicle:

Who is accused deputy killer Marcelo Marquez?


SACRAMENTO - Investigators are working overtime to learn the identity and past history of the suspect in the murder of two sheriff's deputies last Friday.

The suspect booked into the Sacramento County Jail as Marcelo Marquez gave his birth year as 1980. However, federal officials said the man is actually 34-year-old Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, and he has also given at least two other birth dates and used at least several other aliases.

Marquez, who lists his hometown as Sinaloa, Mexico, has also gone by Luis Beltran.

His own brother in Utah, Hector Monroy said Marquez is not his brother's real last name - that he apparently changed it to his wife's maiden name, Marquez, because, quote, "He must have gotten into some kind of trouble."

His wife's father, 55-year old Mauro Marquez, of Arizona, said he believes Marquez' real name is Luis Monroy.

Community asked to shine a light for fallen deputies


SACRAMENTO – People everywhere are being asked to shine a light Saturday for Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Sheriff's Det. Michael Davis Jr.

Any type of porch light will do, but many are turning to blue light bulbs which represent the thin blue line.

As Rob Sowell bought two blue light bulbs, he thought about the risks officers take on everyday.

"Any police officer knows there's a chance they might not come back," Sowell said.

Sowell said taking part in Saturday's "Lights On" show of support for the fallen deputies is the least he can do.

Arden Hills Hosts Complimentary Bridal Open House this Sunday!

Arden Hills Hosts Complimentary Bridal Open House this Sunday!

The time is right to fall in love with wedding planning! Newly engaged couples -- and event planners, too -- are invited to the next complimentary Bridal Open House at Arden Hills on Sunday, November 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

You are invited to visit the breathtaking Resort to enjoy tasty appetizers and refreshments while touring the gorgeous site with three elegant ballrooms, two lush wedding courtyards, the luxurious overnight Villas and award-winning spa and salon.  Known as the area’s premiere wedding destination, Arden Hills is well suited for creating events to remember! 

For more, call 916-482-6111 or visit http://ardenhills.net/home.php?display=weddings
 

Wife of carjacking victim says husband is recovering


Sharon Holmes, the wife of carjacking and shooting victim Anthony Holmes, said her husband is getting stronger.

From his hospital bed, Anthony Holmes is able to stand up and give a thumbs up to show he's slowly getting better. His wife said Anthony Holmes isn't speaking yet but is showing signs of improvement.

"All the support we are getting, its holding me up really well -- its amazing, really amazing," Sharon Holmes said.

Anthony Holmes is recovering from multiple surgeries after being shot four times by suspect Marcelo Marquez. Sharon Holmes said her husband was shot once in the neck shattering his jaw, twice in his hand and once on his wrist.

She said Marquez, the man suspected of shooting and killing two deputies and injuring her husband and another deputy, should not be getting as much attention.