Lemoore City Councilwoman Holly Andrade Blair was arrested Saturday on suspicion of battery of her spouse and felony criminal threats.
Blair appeared in court facing seven criminal counts related to a June high-speed chase through Lemoore. She requested a delay to find an attorney.
The Kings County District Attorney formally filed seven counts – four felonies and three misdemeanors – over the Lemoore Councilwoman’s car chase.
In the course of the 10-month Operation Red Reaper, 96 people were arrested and 74 firearms were seized, including 14 fully automatic firearms.
Chad Billingsley, one of two new members to the Lemoore City Council in 2018, received a job offer in Colorado, he announced on Facebook.
An 86-year-old Hanford woman was evicted from her apartment due to her religious activities and age. Her landlord happened to be Hanford’s Vice Mayor.
Tawny Robinson fills the seat of her late father-in-law, Mike Robinson, who passed away in May and had served on the board since 2014.
“Eyewitness accounts are becoming more and more spectacular as time goes by,” Lemoore Councilwoman Holly Blair’s attorney Marguerite Melo said.
In announcing his resignation, Pyle and his wife said they are moving out of state to be closer to their two grown children.
Lemoore City Councilwoman Holly Blair’s car chase nearly added injury to insult for Crystal Giles of Fresno, as Blair almost hit her nine-year-old daughter.