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Folsom Municipal Code - Did You Know?

Folsom Municipal Code - Did You Know?

I found something on the arrest logs I didnt know what it was so I looked it up on google and found the Folsom Municipal Code online.

Including what I was looking for: 

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Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions

I do love breakfast. I have friends who skip breakfast, some whose breakfast consists of a triple Venti nonfat latte, and others who wouldn’t mind a carton of eggs and a side of beef for breakfast.

I like to start my day with a solid meal, plus lots of hot, strong coffee. My penchant for sweets sometimes leads me down the road of French toast or pancakes – ah, I do love pancakes. But, I’ve learned that if my breakfast isn’t packed with protein, then my day just goes downhill.

So when my friend and trainer, Mindy McFall, owner of Folsom Lake Fitness, shared her recipe for protein pancakes with me, I just couldn’t keep all of this goodness to myself! If you’re a breakfast person, but you want something that stays with you and is healthy, you just may have found your new favorite breakfast.

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High-priced escort from Folsom arrested for murder


An admitted high-priced escort is facing murder charges after being arrested by undercover officers.

Alix Tichleman, 26, of Folsom was arrested in Santa Cruz July 4 in connection with the death of 51-year-old Forest Hayes.

Santa Cruz police said Tichleman met Hayes at a Santa Cruz docked yacht the night of Nov. 23, 2013. Tichleman is suspected of injecting Hayes with heroin and leaving after he passed out and died. She was identified as a suspect when police learned she had an ongoing prostitution relationship with the victim.

Detectives said Tichleman met many of her clients on the website SeekingArrangement, where "sugar babies" can find their "sugar daddies" and vice versa.

During interviews with investigators, Tichleman boasted about having more than 200 client relationships.

High-priced escort from Folsom tied to another death


MILTON, Ga. -- The woman arrested in connection with a Google executive's overdose death has ties to a similar case in Georgia.

Alix Catherine Tichelman, 26, is charged with manslaughter in the November 2013 death of 51-year-old Forrest Timothy Hayes. Police said Tichelman supplied Hayes with heroin, then did not try to save his life when he overdosed and fell unconscious.


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According to police reports, Tichelman's former boyfriend in Georgia also died after suffering a drug overdose last fall.

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Hot August Bites

Hot August Bites

Hot August Bites is a brand new special event in Citrus Heights Sponsored by The City of Citrus Heights, Sunrise Recreation and Park District, 101.9 The Wolf and Hot 103.5. Come out to this great new event with your entire family. Bring out a blanket or lawn chairs to enjoy the FREE live music by The Tone Monkey's. There will also be a Car Show with 40 classic cars presented by Auto's for Alzheimer's. 

A variety Sacto MoFo Food Trucks will be at the event with food available for purchase. 

Event Highlights Include:

  • Live Music by The Tone Monkey's
  • Classic Car Show
  • Sacto MoFo Food Trucks
  • Bounce House & Climbing Wall
  • Local Vendors
  • Entertainment by 101.9 The Wolf and Hot 103.5

Police need help finding hit-and-run suspect vehicle

Police need help finding hit-and-run suspect vehicle


Sacramento police need the public's help finding a suspect vehicle in an injury hit-and-run case.

A bicyclist, a woman in her 40s, was going south on the 6800 block of 24th Street around 4 a.m. on Sunday, July 15 when she was hit by a SUV. Police said she suffered serious injuries.

Through the investigation, detectives believe the SUV to be a 1996-2001 Ford Explorer or a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer. Police said it is a dark colored SUV and would have damage to the right front headlight area, with possible damage to the right front hood area.

Joan Jett Greets Fans at Farm Sanctuary Benefit

Joan Jett Greets Fans at Farm Sanctuary Benefit

Fans queued outside The Plum Café Friday afternoon to meet rock and roll mega-star Joan Jett.  Jett hosted a benefit for Farm Sanctuary, a leading farm animal protection and rescue organization in America. While there, guests and supporters were able to enjoy a vegetarian buffet, as well as a meet and greet with the legendary musician.

News 10 had a chance to speak with Jett about her involvement with Farm Sanctuary.

“I think what they do is good work— it’s a unique niche.” Jett discovered the Sanctuary while they were on a rescue mission. “There was terrible flooding on the Mississippi. I read about cattle being stranded on high ground and Farm Sanctuary sent trucks to pick all those animals up.”

Jett has had a long career in the music industry and continues to perform for die-hard fans from multiple generations. She calls the range of ages in her fans “beautiful”.