A third defendant has pled guilty in the federal racketeering case involving Denair's Road Dog Cycle shop and owner Robert Holloway.
The Turlock Police Department has arrested two individuals on arson charges in connection to the fire that damaged the Red Steer eatery.
A 19-year-old man suspected of the audacious daytime shooting of a Modesto man walking his baby, was taken into custody Monday night after law enforcement surrounded his Delhi hideout.
A Quinceanera party came to a tragic end Sunday when a 19-year-old man was shot and killed by an unknown assailant in Cressey.
The 19 new members of the Stanislaus County Grand Jury were sworn in July 1 by Judge Jack Jacobsen.
Stanislaus County residents have a new tool to access custody information on offenders in the state.
Faulty wiring sparked a fire in a Turlock residence that left 11 people displaced from their home.
Detectives have determined that a man fatally shot inside a Turlock apartment Tuesday night was not a resident of the complex, but investigators have been unable to find the listed renter, said Turlock Police Lt. Carl Nielsen.
Update as of July 9, 2009
Two men suspected of killing one man and injuring two others during a Fourth of July party were apprehended Saturday night when they lost control of their car and crashed into a freeway on-ramp in Turlock.
The search for a couple who robbed and kidnapped a Turlock woman outside a downtown bank on Friday is still ongoing.
The Avoid the 12 campaign targeting drunk drivers over the Fourth of July weekend resulted in 42 arrests.
Residents in a northeast Turlock neighborhood woke to an unwelcome site Saturday morning when they found dozens of vehicles with their windows shot out.
The Turlock Police Department is investigating a drive-by shooting that left four bullet holes in an occupied car Sunday night.
A speeding car that was stopped by the Turlock Police Department's Street Crimes Unit, turned out to be a man rushing himself to the hospital for a stab wound.
A coordinated effort between multiple law enforcement agencies Friday night resulted in the dismantling of an unsanctioned quasi car show setting up in a parking lot of a Turlock grocer, and saw dozens cited for multiple infractions.
Local law enforcement is warning that the ringing telephone may be a harbinger of some crooked cons trying to weasel into people's wallets.
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department is investigating the gunshot deaths of two local men in the county.