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A Petaluma man told detectives he agreed to help his wife kill herself because she was cut off from the prescription opioid drugs she’d been dependent on for more than a decade, according to testimony Tuesday in Sonoma County Superior Court.
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Officials say the squalid homeless encampment is filled with hazards and litter, and represents a safety issue for trail users as well as residents.

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