Thursday, February 7, 2008

Push Comes To Shove

Posted By on Thu, Feb 7, 2008 at 4:08 PM

Via the Times-Standard:

The California Attorney General's Office said today it has officially declined to pursue charges against local businessman Rob Arkley stemming from Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass' allegations that Arkley assaulted him on Sept. 5.

"There was insufficient evidence to bring charges and, of course, we treated the matter seriously and looked meticulously through all the information provided to us," said Deputy Press Secretary Abraham Arredondo.

For a fond look back at The Avalon Incident, you can check #8 on our Top Ten Stories of 2007.

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