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.
The Turlock Fire Department is investigating a fire at a home that has sat vacant for more than three years.
A Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy has been arrested on a murder charge following an investigation into an off-duty shooting.
The preliminary hearing for the man accused of beating to death an elderly man in an incident of road rage got underway Monday in Stanislaus County Superior Court.
The Merced County Sheriff's Department is investigating a spate of vandalism in Hilmar that caused thousands of dollars in damage.
In recent month thieves have stolen over $400 worth of hand tools, bags of soil and gardening equipment from the Julien Elementary School garden.
A Hilmar man worried about being arrested for driving on a suspended license decided to try fleeing from a Merced County Sheriff's deputy, only to be caught and booked on multiple charges.
A Turlock Police officer investigating a suspicious vehicle found a man with two stab wounds inside the vehicle.
A Hughson man is sitting behind bars in Stanislaus County Jail after allegedly shooting a man in the finger and sparking a four-hour standoff with the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department SWAT team.
A multi-state investigation into alleged double billing by a national pharmacy chain as ended with a multi-million dollar settlement.
Four Stanislaus County men and one Fresno County man, all connected with local auto dealerships, have been indicted by a federal grand jury on allegations of bank fraud.
A push to mandate that all correctional officers be issued protective gear while working in the nation's prisons gained some momentum this week with the publication of a new government report.
The Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force apprehended a suspected auto thief that authorities say was responsible for stealing numerous vehicles and leading law enforcement on multiple pursuits.
The Merced County District Attorney's Office has earned a second conviction in the 2007 case of a Livingston woman burned to death over a drug debt.
Tracy Smith, the owner of the Red Steer in Turlock, and his cousin, Jeremy Britt, a one time employee of the eatery, will have to stand trial on charges that they set the fire that caused the closure of the popular eatery.
A man who went home for lunch interrupted a burglary and the suspect was caught by a school resource officer from Turlock High.