Michael Anthony Adams, ABC10

Michael Anthony Adams

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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Michael:

Searching for the dead: How the Camp Fire victims were found

A closer look at what it took to find all those who perished in California's deadliest wildfire. → Read More

Stockton's history of gang violence

Stockton Police say the majority of the city's violent crime is gang-related. We took a closer look at the gang history in the city. → Read More

'An old soul' bringing new life to young patients

This 2-year-old "Doggie" Howser helps children cope with the stress of treatment. → Read More

‘The worst thing to ever happen to Gilroy’

An image of Gilroy as a beautiful family-oriented place was shattered after a shooter opened fire at the Garlic Festival. Now, some residents fear for the future. → Read More

'You'll never lose your daddy again'

A visit in prison from his 5-year-old daughter saved his life. Now he's working to save others from the life he once lived. → Read More

'You'll never lose your daddy again'

A visit in prison from his 5-year-old daughter saved his life. Now he's working to save others from the life he once lived. → Read More

Stockton's history of gun violence and those working to bring peace to its streets

In a community ravaged by gun violence, non-profits and cops work to stem the tide before the next body drops. → Read More

Stockton's history of gun violence and those working to bring peace to its streets

In Stockton, California, a community ravaged by gun violence, non-profits and cops work to stem the tide before the next body drops. → Read More

In her uniform: Sacramento Police recruit remembers Tara O'Sullivan

They only met a few times, but they shared an innate bond: two young women who decided to join law enforcement and serve their community. → Read More

Stockton police officers flood 'hot zones' to deter violent crime

Stockton Police Department's new strategy, Operation "Raven", ramps up police presence in Stockton's most dangerous neighborhoods. → Read More

Stockton police officers flood 'hot zones' to deter violent crime

Stockton Police Department's new strategy, Operation "Raven", ramps up police presence in Stockton's most dangerous neighborhoods. → Read More

Welcome to the 'Gun Show'

This Old North Sacramento art gallery is chock full of firearms, yet the artists make no qualms about the exhibit being anti-gun. → Read More

Why is Iraqi refugee, Omar Ameen still being charged for murder when the victim's parents say he's innocent?

Refugee Omar Ameen was accused of murdering an Iraqi police officer, however, the victim's parents believe he is innocent, and have asked the charge to be dropped. → Read More

Iraqi refugee Omar Ameen maintains innocence, says he was never affiliated with Al-Qaeda, ISIS

Omar Ameen is a suspect in the 2014 killing of an Iraqi police officer. The Iraqi government alleges Ameen has been a member of Al Qaeda and ISIS. → Read More

Sacramento Police work with community to restore trust, repair relationships

A local organization is reaching out to help the Sacramento Police Department repair their relationship with minority groups, particularly the Black community. → Read More

Lawyers: 'No possible way' refugee in Sacramento murdered Iraqi cop for ISIS

Attorneys for Omar Ameen released hundreds of pages of documents in support of their case to prove their client couldn't have killed a police officer in Iraq on behalf of ISIS. → Read More

Life in the new Paradise

He saved his house from the Camp Fire, but all of his neighbors' homes were destroyed. What's life like six months later in Paradise? → Read More

What does it take to become a Sacramento police officer?

In 2018, there were 668 sworn Sacramento Police officers. In January 2019, 73 people enrolled to join the ranks. Not all of them will make it. → Read More

Family of ISIS murder victim says Iraqi refugee living in Sacramento is innocent

Three family members of ISIS victim's family--one of whom saw the killing--say Omar Ameen, the Iraqi refugee living Sacramento and accused of the murder, is innocent → Read More

Investigation into Sacramento ISIS suspect Omar Ameen continues

If Ameen is indeed a member of ISIS, then how was he able to pass the United States’ thorough refugee vetting process? If he isn’t a member of ISIS, or any other terrorist organizations, and is extradited, his chances of receiving a fair trial are slim to none. → Read More