Henry Lee's Rap Sheet for Nov. 30, 2015

Here's the Rap Sheet for Nov. 30, 2015:

CREEK BODY WAS HOMICIDE VICTIM: A man found dead near a creek in San Jose was the victim of a homicide, police confirmed today.

Joaquin Paiz, 31, was found unresponsive near a creek adjacent to the 1800 block of Pine Hollow Circle about 11 a.m. Friday. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Santa Clara County medical examiner's office determined through an autopsy that Paiz died of blunt-force trauma, said San Jose police Sgt. Enrique Garcia, a department spokesman.

No arrest has been made.

THANKSGIVING TOLL - DEADLY CRASHES: Four people died over the long Thanksgiving weekend on Bay Area roadways monitored by the California Highway Patrol.

The fatalities were among 37 traffic-related deaths from Wednesday to Sunday night, said CHP Officer Daniel Hill.

None of the fatal crashes in the region appeared to be related to drunken driving, but "at least one of these tragedies could have been prevented by wearing a seat belt," Hill said.

CHP officers in the Golden Gate Division, which covers the Bay Area, arrested 161 drivers for DUI.

OH DEER: A man was accused today of illegally hunting without a license -- and now it's a federal case.

That's because Antonio Fernandez allegedly was caught doing so at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County, 162,000 acres of grassland property that also happens to provide training for combat support and combat service support units of the U.S. Army Reserve.

Federal prosecutors in San Francisco said Fernandez didn't have a "deer tag" on Sept. 6.

According to the fort's website, hunters need a hunting permit, a valid state Department of Fish and Wildlife hunting license, "species tags" and/or stamps.

Though it's a federal case, it's only a misdemeanor. Fernandez was named in a court document known as an information, which in U.S. District Court signals that he intends to plead guilty. 

He is due to appear in a federal courtroom in Salinas on Dec. 7.

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