Top stories on San Rafael Patch for Aug. 5-11:
- Body Found, Search Suspended for Marin Woman Missing in Southern Sierra Nevada
- Dead Body Found in Downtown San Rafael Parking Garage
- Trader Joe's Fraud, Handgun Returned and $5,000 in Gold Jewelry Stolen
- Startling Statewide Amber Alert Issued for Boy, 8; Girl, 16
- Its Shark Week! Great White Shark Seen Swimming in the Bay?
- UPDATED: San Rafael Man Rescues Kitten from Highway in Oakland
- NASA Predicts Particularly Spectacular Meteor Shower
- Marin Town to Honor Late Grateful Dead Musician with “Jerry Garcia Day”
- Marin Supervisors OK Marinwood U-Turn Ban
Other San Rafael-centric headlines from around the web:
Media outlets have continued to cover the ongoing Marin County trial of accused serial killer Joseph Naso, who is acting as his own attorney. An ABC 7 News report includes an interview with a former Marin County model, who did a photo shoot with Naso in Sausalito years ago. Investigators found photos Naso had taken of some of the murder victims in his Reno home. See the video of the interview above.
San Francisco Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer called San Rafael’s Terrapin Crossroads, which is owned by Grateful Dead bassist and Ross Valley resident Phil Lesh, a “pleasing blend of food and music,” in this Inside Scoop SF post.
Marin County Supervisor Susan Adams raised $34,000 in the first half of the year for her re-election campaign, according to a Marin Independent Journal article. Adams, who is up for re-election next year, is the subject of petitions circulating to recall her. In the 2014 race, Adams will face San Rafael resident Carol Brandt, who has collected $1,075. For details about major campaign donors and how much Supervisor Judy Arnold has raised for her campaign, click here to read the whole IJ article.