A Turlock woman was sentenced to four years and eight months in state prison for using counterfeit checks and buying a car with fraudulent money orders.
The co-owner of the Red Steer restaurant and his cousin, who was also an employee at the eatery, were arrested on Wednesday by Turlock Police detectives on suspicion of starting the fire that gutted the popular Turlock establishment.
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.
A man who thought he was getting a visit from an acquaintance instead became the victim of a home invasion robbery Tuesday morning.
A fire that burned through a carport and destroyed two vehicles is being investigated as a possible arson, and used to cover up a stolen vehicle.
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.