When Korey Kauffman disappeared in 2012 there was little attention devoted to the case of the missing 26-year-old Turlock man who made his living by stealing and scrapping metal. But the arrest of his suspected killers on Friday morning has sent shockwaves through the legal and law enforcement community that will likely reverberate for years, as investigators unraveled a conspiracy that involved a prominent defense attorney, three California Highway Patrol officers, and two well known business owners.
Defense attorney and one-time Stanislaus County district attorney candidate Frank Carson has been arrested for the murder of Turlock resident Korey Kauffman, according to the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department.
The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors, the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department, along with other county officials will host a public dedication Thursday of the newly completed day reporting center at the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center.
For those parents who have children whose culinary ambitions run beyond pouring a bowl of Fruit Loops cereal or slamming together peanut butter and jelly between two slices of bread, the incarnation of an Iron Chef contest geared towards young cooks may just be the right bill of fare.
The Turlock owner of a local trucking school has admitted to taking part in a scheme to obtain Class A commercial driver's licenses by bribing Department of Motor Vehicle employees to fraudulently enter false test results.
As more crude oil reaches its final destination via railroads, fire departments across the country, including the Turlock Fire Department, are lining up for the specialized training and equipment needed to combat the highly flammable substance in the wake of a train derailment.
Theatre goers have the option of doubling down on the romance between inverterate gambler Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown, the prim do-gooder out to save his soul, as two companies stage separate productions of "Guys and Dolls."