News & Announcements
PEOPLE V. MATEO, MICHAEL- Defendant was convicted of a felony violation of Penal Code section 4573.6(a), Possession of Methamphetamine in Prison. Defendant was sentenced to 2 years state prison. This case was prosecuted by DDA Neumann with assistance from Valley View Prison Camp Lieutenant Ingwerson and Officer Pine.
The FY 2018 CoC Consolidated Application requires TWO submissions.
Both this Project Priority Listing AND the CoC Application MUST be
submitted prior to the CoC Program Competition deadline as required by
The CoC Consolidated Application consists of three parts, the CoC Application, the CoC Priority
Listing, and all the CoC’s project applications that were either approved and ranked, or rejected.
Contact: Grinnell Norton 934-6588 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Luke Niblack 934-4025 Date: 9/10/2018
Glenn County to Test CodeRED Emergency Notification System
PEOPLE V. KNECHT, GABRIEL- Defendant, a 21-year-old from Hamilton City, was convicted of a felony violation of Penal Code section 187(a), 1st Degree Murder that was willful, deliberate, and premeditated. The stipulated facts were as follows: On March 16, 2018, Defendant Gabriel Knecht and 2 other defendants went to the home of Donald Zucker. While at the home of Donald Zucker, Defendant Gabriel Knecht shot and killed Mr. Zucker. Defendant was sentenced to 25 years to life with lifetime parole. This case was prosecuted by DA Stewart with assistance from Glenn County Sheriff's Office Detectives Blair and Knight.
Date: September 5, 2018
Safe Medication Disposal Now Available in Orland
Orland, CA – Glenn County Sheriff’s Office now has a safe medication disposal site available in Orland. The receptacle is located in front the Courthouse at 821 East South Street, Orland. This will provide a safe and secure way for our north county residents to dispose of unused and unwanted medications, including controlled substances, at any time.
The Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing Act of 2009 (HEARTH Act), enacted into law on
May 20, 2009, consolidated the homeless assistance programs administered by HUD under the McKinney-Vento
Homeless Assistance Act into a single grant program, and revises the Emergency Shelter Grants program and renames
it the Emergency Solutions Grants program. The HEARTH Act also codifies into law the Continuum of Care (CoC)
planning process, a longstanding part of HUD’s application process to assist homeless persons by providing greater
community-wide coordination, decision-making, and leadership.