With the assistance of the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Dive Team, Turlock Police Investigators were dredging the bottom of the lake at Donnelly Park in search of evidence from last week's shooting of a 21-year-old man.
When Dominic Coelho saw the man who was responsible for his son's death and that of two other men sentenced for his crimes, he took the smallest comfort in believing the man would spend some time behind bars.
Put in her crib and shut away in a room with cats for three days, 2-year-old Stephanie Torres died a slow death from dehydration and malnutrition while her mother camped out on a couch in the living room with a case of PediaSure sitting untouched feet away from her in the kitchen.
The Turlock Police Department has released new details about the shooting late Monday night that ended the life of a 38-year-old man, including that he was approached by a significant number of people moments before he was gunned down.
A preliminary hearing began Tuesday in Stanislaus County Superior Court for two people facing animal cruelty charges that stem from the discovery of an estimated 50,000 hens left for dead at a ranch outside Turlock.