This screenshot of the USGS felt report shows the span of the earthquake.
This screenshot of the USGS felt report shows the span of the earthquake. USGS
This screenshot of the USGS felt report shows the span of the earthquake. USGS

4.0 quake reported in central California

March 31, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED March 31, 2017 10:26 AM

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  • Camera captures suspect stealing tools from parked PG&E vehicles

    Surveillance cameras captured video on Dec. 4 of a man using a crowbar to pry open locked tool boxes on four vehicles in a PG&E storage yard near Maple and Belmont avenues. If you have information, please call Crime Stoppers at 559-498-7867.