Investigators with the Merced County Sheriff's Department confiscated more than 2,500 pounds of marijuana in Hilmar on Friday.
A Turlock couple has been booked into the Stanislaus County Jail on allegations they tortured a 24-year-old man.
At one end of the courtroom hallway stood the friends and family of Kenneth Winter. At the other end was Michael Hoyt surrounded by his loved ones. And nestled in between in a small room were seven women and five men tasked with determining justice.
Panda Express patrons were startled on Monday afternoon when a car drove into the restaurant, injuring two.
In an effort to disprove the murder charge looming over him, Michael Hoyt took the stand Tuesday to tell the jury his recollection of the altercation on a rural Turlock road on Feb. 1, 2010, that ultimately ended in the death of Kenneth Winter.
Two suspicious devices found Morning morning on Lander Avenue prompted a school lock down and a road closure as the county bomb squad investigated.
A fire in a small bathroom next to the Turlock High School library caused approximately $4,000 in damages, according to the Turlock Fire Department report.
After more than a week's worth of testimony that sought to lay out point by point the evidence that led investigators to arrest Michael Hoyt for murder in the death of Kenneth Winter and discredit the defense's theories, the prosecution brought their case to a close Friday.
When Dale Falkenberg, owner of Dale's Guitar, discovered that his truck was stolen in the early morning hours on Monday, he immediately started a Valley wide search.
The murder trial for the Turlock man accused of beating a man to death over a traffic incident continued Tuesday with a series of law enforcement witnesses testifying to the forensic evidence collected during the investigation.
A two vehicle collision in east Modesto Monday morning resulted in the death of a 43-year-old Turlock man.
A verbal argument between two Turlock men Saturday night devolved into gun violence that left one man with a head wound and another facing a charge of attempted murder.
Two Turlock men were arrested Friday for allegedly passing fraudulent checks at a Ceres grocery store.
When Brooke Soares took the witness stand in the case against Michael Hoyt she was confident about what she had seen and heard when she drove upon two men clashing with one another in the middle of Paulson Road in Turlock on Feb. 1, 2010.
A Turlock grocer was arrested Wednesday night on allegations he molested a child over the span of several months.
A bicyclist was struck and killed by a train Saturday morning in Turlock.
A Turlock man was arrested on multiple criminal charges after leading California Highway Patrol officers on a dangerous high speed chase around Merced County Thursday afternoon.
A brother and sister found themselves in trouble with law enforcement after stealing a wallet from a woman at a play area.
A Turlock man and woman found themselves under arrest after a scheme to cash a stolen check went awry.
A suspect wanted by the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department on multiple drug charges, was apprehended Wednesday morning in Turlock.
A Delhi man standing accused of killing his father on New Year's Day 2013, had his formal arraignment postponed for two weeks.
The Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office will not seek the death penalty against a Turlock man charged with murdering a 26-year-old man two years ago.
The Turlock Police Department, in conjunction with the Stanislaus County Coroner's Office, officially released the names of the four individuals found dead in an apparent murder-suicide in a Turlock home.
The second phase of the murder trial for Turlock resident Nicholas Harris, in which jurors will decide if he was sane or not when he stabbed to death a 25-year-old man, will begin in about a month's time with his defense attorney continuing to helm his case.
The Turlock Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a man believed to have committed a fraud.
A Turlock man spotted on city property after hours was arrested for trespassing.
The California Department of Public Health is warning the public about fraudulent phone callers seeking to deceive people into revealing sensitive personal health and financial information. The callers, who claim to be representatives of CDPH, contact people to inquire about a surgery or medical procedure in hopes of obtaining personal information such as bank accounts and medical history. CDPH does not make such calls.
A Turlock man was charged with assault for hitting a woman with a glass.
A Turlock man found asleep behind the wheel at an intersection was arrested for weapon and narcotic offenses.
An attempt to get free food at a hospital cafeteria ended badly for a Turlock man, who ended his meal in handcuffs.
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