An ongoing narcotics investigation in Stanislaus County resulted in the arrest of five people and the seizure of drugs, cash, and guns Wednesday morning.
On Nov. 8, 2008, a newborn baby girl wrapped up in a plastic shopping bag with clothing and towels was found dead in a Dumpster behind a Turlock grocery store. The grizzly discovery launched an exhaustive investigation that culminated with the arrest of the baby's mother on a homicide charge.
Back in the middle of January, Robert "Bobby" Tennison drove up to Humboldt County with his 17-year-old son and a friend. The three sold a dirt bike, had lunch together, and then Tennison left to visit friends, telling his son he would be return home to Keyes by bus the following Saturday.
The Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Program will sponsor the 12th annual lighting of the Homicide Victims' Memorial Tree and Candlelight Vigil at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The Turlock Police Department will be hosting a Citizens Police Academy starting February of 2010, designed to give the participants a working knowledge of the department and the criminal justice system.
A Turlock Police Department K-9 helped find the evidence that put a suspected shoplifter behind bars.
A 19-year-old Turlock man trying to out run a police officer while on a dirt bike was caught Saturday afternoon after a brief struggle.
A dazed woman was found wandering a Turlock street Friday morning, saying she had been assaulted by her boyfriend.
Several propane tanks stolen from the Hilmar area over the last week were recovered Tuesday at the Turlock flea market by the Merced County Sheriff's Department.
A woman who police say ran a red light, caused a collision that injured three, including a 13-month old baby.
Twice in one week two Hilmar propane stores have been robbed of their tanks, the Merced County Sheriff's Department reported.
A 20-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy were arrested at gunpoint Wednesday afternoon for an armed robbery of a Turlock music store.
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department is investigating a possible kidnapping attempt in Denair of a high school student as she walked home Wednesday afternoon.
A 28-year-old man suffered a severe head injury after he was attacked by two to three men inside a Winton bar Sunday night.
A 19-year-old Turlock man was sentenced to six years in prison on illegal firearm charges, according to the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office.
The Turlock Police Department is investigating a shooting at Crane Park that left one man injured.
The Turlock Police Department is investigating a carjacking that occurred Friday night.
A man's attempt to steal a motorcycle from a repair shop was cut short when he was confronted by Turlock police officers.
In an effort to keep motorcyclists safe, the Turlock Police Department is planning a day of enforcement.
A Delhi woman previously convicted of embezzling money from a bank was sentenced to two years and three months in federal prison Wednesday at the conclusion of a hearing at the U.S. District Court in Fresno.
The outrage over the not guilty verdict for Casey Anthony has spurred one woman to initiate a campaign that would make it a felony to not report a child missing or dead.
A Stanislaus County Superior Court judge opted to not reduce the bail for a Turlock man accused of beating a Hilmar man to death in an alleged case of road rage, despite the vigorous argument from the defense attorney about the unfair treatment his client is experiencing.
The air conditioning units at Spratling Middle School in Keyes were hit by vandals over the past week, causing an estimated $34,000 in damage, according to school officials.
The Turlock Police Department is seeking a missing teenager that was last seen in April.
Two adult women and a 2-year-old girl were held at gunpoint by three men who burst through the door of their Delhi home Tuesday morning.
A pretrial motion seeking more time for discovery was granted Thursday for the defense team representing Kari Abbey, the former Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputy charged with murder.
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department has released the names of the three California Highway Patrol officers involved in a shooting Saturday night, but the circumstances that led up to the fatal encounter remains unknown.
The man who earned the moniker of the "Poodle Bandit" because of the curly gray wig he donned during his bank heists, is headed to prison.
The bail review hearing for a Turlock man accused of beating a man to death was postponed Monday because his defense attorney says a prosecutor is refusing to accept a subpoena.
An armed man, believed to be suicidal, was shot to death by three California Highway Patrol officers Saturday night along a stretch of road between Turlock and Patterson.