CBS to feature Japan delegation
The story of the Del Norte High School students who traveled to Japan last month will probably be broadcast on national news tonight via the "CBS Evening News," which airs at 5:30 p.m.
The news show interviewed the students Tuesday about their trip to Japan, which came about after a 20-foot fishing vessel that was ripped to sea from Japan during the 2011 tsunami washed to shore in Crescent City two years later.
A short documentary video about the trip to Japan produced by Facebook Stories, a project launched by Facebook to tell compelling stories involving the social media site, is now available online at vimeo.com/88625751.
The Japanese boat was traced back to a high school in Rikuzentakata, Japan, within hours of its discovery using Facebook.
Burglary attempt suspect arrested
Candice Swain, 25, was arrested on Tuesday on a warrant for failure to appear in court for her alleged connection to an attempted burglary of a 72-year old Crescent City woman Jan. 8.
The would-be victim scared the burglars off after emerging from her room with a gun.
Swain, the alleged driver in the burglary, was originally arrested the day the crime took place along with Zachariah Dugan, 32, and Donald Webb, 32.
"They have a long history of victimizing the community," Sheriff Dean Wilson said of the three when the incident originally took place.
Swain posted bail Feb. 4.
Man wanted on assault charge
The Del Norte County Sheriff's Office is seeking assistance in locating
Dustin Scott, 34, who is
considered armed and dangerous.
Scott is wanted for assault with a deadly weapon and is believed to be in possesion of a semi-automatic pistol after allegedly striking Lanelle Moorehead with the gun and pointing it at Christian Ottersbach on Monday at Shaker Church in Smith River, said sheriff's Commander Bill Steven.
Scott is described at 5 feet 8 or 9 inches tall, weighing approximately 170 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes and a mustache.
If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Scott, call the Del Norte County Sheriff's Office at 707-464-4191 or call 911.