Week In Review: Joseph Naso, Labor Lawsuits and High Speed Chases

Catch up on any news you missed during the week.

Highlights from the week:

Joseph Naso Preliminary Hearing

The preliminary hearing for accused serial killer Joseph Naso began on Tuesday. Naso is accused of killing four women between 1977 and 1994. The preliminary hearing will determine if the case goes to trial. So far, detectives testified that they found a sex crime diary in Naso's Reno home and photos of the murder victims in safety deposit box. A former girlfriend of Naso also testified that he choked her so he could have sex with her while unconscious. Follow all the Naso coverage on the Joseph Naso topic page. 

Business News

The U.S. Labor Department filed a lawsuit alleging the Seafood Peddler owner and his two managers by failing to pay overtime wages and retaliating against employees who cooperated with investigators.

The San Rafael Corporate Center is now approximately 85 percent occupied with the r.

Police News

An alleged drunken driver from San Rafael early Sunday morning, reaching speeds of up to 100 miles per hour before crashing into a center guardrail and being arrested.

A after she walked in on three burglars in her home on Woodland Avenue Monday afternoon.

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