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A SWAT standoff Wednesday night in a Bakersfield trailer park ended with no arrest.  When Sheriff's deputies arrived at the location near South Union Avenue they found a victim suffering from a minor gun shot wound. After several hours, the SWAT team entered the suspect’s home but found no one inside.

An alleged gang member already in custody on suspicion of killing two people last year during the robbery of a marijuana cooperative is now facing more accusations. Officials are adding four felony charges from an unrelated case to Aaron Burris’ two first-degree murder charges.

 

A trial start date of January 12, 2015, was set for Kristofer Carter. He is accused of being under the influence when he allegedly hit and seriously injured a woman who was pumping gas at the Shell station at Highway 65 and Merle Haggard Drive.

 

The Bakersfield Blaze baseball team may be moving. The city of Salinas is reaching out to the club to move there. Team officials say the earliest that may happen is 2016; meanwhile, the Blaze has committed to playing the 2015 season at Sam Lynn.

 

The Chevron Weather Center reports it will be cooling off with highs in the upper-80s Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will warm up a little this weekend with highs in the mid-90s. 


Date

September 18, 2014

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