The Miami Police Department are investigating an incident involving San Francisco 49ers quarterback and Turlock native Colin Kaepernick. Two other NFL players, 49ers’ receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle Seahawks’ receiver Ricardo Lockette, are also being investigated in the incident. No players have been arrested and no charges have been filed in the investigation. In an incident report filed by the Miami Police Department on April 4, an unnamed woman said she went to visit the Miami apartment of Lockette. She said Kaepernick and Patton were also there.
Colin Kaepernick took to Twitter this morning to defend himself against the onslaught of media reports that Miami police are investigating an incident involving the 49ers quarterback. Per a Miami Police Department report, a woman woke up in the hospital following a night of drinking, drug use and making out with Kaepernick. She did not remember how she ended up in the hospital.
A new McDonalds could be coming to the heart of Downtown Turlock, replacing at least part of the existing Bonander Buick GMC dealership. The fast food restaurant could open in the area roughly bounded by Center and Marshall Streets, Golden State Boulevard, and an existing Don’s Mobile Glass location. That area currently serves as a car lot for Bonander Buick GMC, and is home to a taco truck. The potential development, which is still in the planning stages, has been confirmed by City of Turlock staff. “We have been contacted by McDonalds,” said Rose Stillo, City of Turlock Senior Planner. “They are proposing to put a restaurant there, however we still have some challenges.”
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