Here is a collection of Enterprise-Record coverage of shootings and homicides in Chico during 2011.
Created by ChicoER on May 15, 2011
Last updated: 07/13/11 at 01:04 PM
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A man and a woman were shot inside LaSalles bar, 229 Broadway, about 10:45 p.m. Saturday.
A jury will consider the shooting death of a Chico man whose burned body was found under a Crouch Avenue bridge. Butte County Superior Court Judge Michael Candela ruled Monday there was sufficient evidence to hold Antonio Montes Linares, 19, for trial on a count of murder in the Jan. 27 death of 21-year-old Jose Barajas Sanchez.
The case of a Chico man accused of shooting another outside a Chico venue will be going to trial. Butte County Superior Court Judge Kristen Lucena set an Aug. 8 trial date Thursday for Anchalla Andre Zeigler, 20.
The sentencing of a man who admitted guilt for his role in covering up the shooting death of another has been postponed.
Police have officially turned the May 14 shooting of a man in the 100 block of Rio Lindo Avenue over to Gang Unit officers.
Police said the victim of a shooting Saturday night in the 100 block of Rio Lindo Avenue remains at Enloe Medical Center, where he is recovering from surgery.
Chico police officers responded to a shooting Saturday evening.
A Chico man has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from a shooting outside a Chico venue on March 6. In Butte County Superior Court Thursday, the defense attorney for Anchalla Andre Zeigler, 20, entered not guilty pleas to charges of attempted murder and assault with a firearm. He also denied special allegations.
A Chico woman has pleaded not guilty to a charge she allegedly shot and killed the well-known owner of a local contracting company. Jacqueline Anne Bolf, 47, entered her plea on one count of murder Tuesday in Butte County Superior Court, according to deputy district attorney Jennifer Dupre-Tokos.
A 20-year-old Chico man has been charged in connection with a shooting outside a Chico nightclub, Cafe Culture, on March 6. Anchalla Andre Zeigler was charged Wednesday with attempted murder, according to a press release from the Chico Police Department.
Neighbors and others Monday provided insight into Robert Henry Bauman, allegedly shot and killed by his live-in girlfriend Friday night. Bauman owned Bob's Concrete Pumping, a well-known contracting company he established in Chico in 1979.
A man was shot and killed Friday night at his home in south Chico. According to a press release from the Butte County Sheriff's Office, Chico resident Robert Henry Bauman, 56, was shot at his home at 11 Sega Lane near Entler Avenue around 9:15 p.m.
A man who led police on a high-speed chase in March that ended when a CHP officer shot him has accepted responsibility and was sentenced Tuesday.
A man has admitted guilt for his role in covering up the shooting death of Jose Barajas Sanchez in January in Chico. Timothy Myles Nunez, 18, pleaded guilty in Butte County Superior Court Wednesday to one count of knowingly being an accessory after the fact.
Monday, as officials talked with media about a recent pursuit and shooting by the California Highway Patrol, the suspect in the case, Jeffrey Crone, 32, walked away from Enloe Medical Center, and his pending arrest.
A 20-year-old male was shot in the chest outside Cafe Culture on West Fifth Street early Sunday morning. He was taken to Enloe Medical Center and, as of press time, was listed in stable condition.
Police believe several people saw a man get shot outside Cafe Culture near the train station about 2 a.m. Sunday but said, so far, they aren't getting a lot of help with their investigation and the suspect is at large.
A chase early Friday morning involving a reckless, speeding driver ended with the suspect, Jeffrey Daniel Crone, 32, being shot by a California Highway Patrol officer who feared for his safety and that of a bystander.
The California Highway Patrol officer who wounded a man following a high-speed pursuit from Durham to Chico Friday morning has been identified as David Friese, a three-year veteran.
Police said a man whose burned body was found under a bridge in southwest Chico on Feb. 3 had been killed a week earlier at an apartment on Klondike Court in west Chico.
Two men being sought in a Chico homicide and captured Saturday in Gilroy have been transferred from Santa Clara County to the Butte County Jail.
Police are investigating a drive-by shooting on East 16th Street Wednesday night as attempted murder.
Members of the Gilroy and Morgan Hill SWAT squad arrested two men Saturday being sought in connection with a suspected homicide in Chico.
A missing persons investigation by the Chico police suddenly became a homicide investigation Thursday with discovery of a body under a bridge at Crouch Avenue, south of Chico River road.
Reports that a man shot in a gun battle on Normal Avenue Jan. 22 took an extended cab ride around Chico may be exaggerated, police said, noting that the man was in the cab a maximum of 15 minutes before he received medical assistance.
Police said Monday that Randy Mark Brass Jr., portrayed for more than a week as the victim of an early morning shooting outside a Jan. 22 party on Normal Avenue, was apparently armed himself and fired at the man who killed him.
Police said Randy Mark Brass, the man who jumped in a taxi and rode around Chico after being shot early Saturday morning in the 300 block of Normal Avenue, was apparently dead when a cab driver dropped him off at Enloe Medical Center.
The 23-year-old man who fled in a taxi after being shot outside a Normal Avenue house party Saturday has died from his injuries. Chico police on Wednesday said the man, identified as Randy Mark Brass Jr. of Chico, died at an area hospital, according to a press release.
Police said they had no new leads Monday as they continued to investigate a shooting that left two men wounded in the 300 block of Normal Avenue early Saturday morning.
A man reportedly attending a house party near Normal Avenue and West Third Street was shot early this morning. The shooting took place at 1:58 a.m.
Two Chico men were shot early Saturday morning when a fight broke out at a house across the street from Normal Street Bar, downtown at 221 Normal Avenue.