While people were out enjoying Thanksgiving feasts and taking advantage of holiday shopping deals, crooks were busying themselves with breaking into homes and vehicles around town.
A possible gang fight near the Delhi Fire Department and shots being fired at a house and car on Wednesday could be related, reported the Merced County Sheriff's Department.
A former almond buyer at a Turlock nut processing plant was convicted on multiple charges tied to a long-term scheme to defraud local processors.
A spike in electrical usage at a Turlock residence was the tip needed to lead the Turlock Police Department's narcotics enforcement team to an indoor marijuana growing operation.
Five Turlockers have been arrested and 70 pounds of packaged marijuana confiscated after a shooting was reported in what law enforcement is deeming a drug deal gone bad.
A correctional officer at the Merced County Jail was injured by an inmate headed to court on a misdemeanor charge.
A 3-year-old Winton boy sustained severe injuries when the family dog suddenly and viciously attacked him, the Merced County Sheriff's Department reported.
A Dos Palos man was sentenced Monday in Merced County Superior Court to 15 years to life for the death of his 3-year-old daughter.
A Turlock man is unlikely to get a father of the year award after he left his son at a fast food restaurant so he could go drink at a bar.
The suspected gunman who wounded two people outside a Turlock home was apprehended early Monday morning after the Turlock Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics team used tear gas to flush him from his hideout.
The case against a Patterson woman accused of hitting a cyclist and leaving him to die on a Turlock road, will likely be settled with a plea deal.
A former Hughson insurance agent, who was accused of bilking her clients, has been convicted of theft of fiduciary funds.
The teenager identified as the prime suspect responsible for shooting two people remains on the loose.
The Turlock Police Department is searching for a hit and run driver who critically injured a pedestrian Monday morning.
Members of the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office Special Weapons and Tactics Team recently participated in a multi-agency training exercise designed to challenge the skills, knowledge and abilities of tactical teams. Hosted by Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern and organized with the assistance of federal, state and local public safety partnerships, Urban Shield brought together 31 teams from all over California, the United States, Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan. Urban Shield is a one-of-a-kind multi-disciplinary, multi-jurisdictional full scale exercise designed to assess the ability of the region to effectively respond to a large scale, man-made and/or natural disaster.
A Merced County Sheriff's investigation into a Winton slaying has resulted in the arrest of nine suspected gang members, including a 19-year-old Turlock woman.
The investigation into the murder of Turlock's Korey Kauffman now includes prominent defense attorney and Stanislaus County district attorney candidate Frank Carson.
The Turlock Police Department is investigating an attempted robbery that occurred early Wednesday at the Quik Stop at 1260 Geer Road.
A report of shots fired prompted a brief lock down of a Turlock elementary school Thursday.
A man was robbed at gunpoint by two unknown assailants Wednesday morning outside a Turlock hotel and had to be taken to the hospital for his injuries sustained in the attack.
Turlock's Pop-N-Cork owners Baljit and Daljit Atwal, subjects of multiple search warrants in the ongoing homicide investigation of Korey Kauffman, protested outside the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office Wednesday for what they feel is an ongoing pattern of harassment and intimidation by law enforcement.
Investigators are seeking an individual they have deemed a "person of interest" in the case of a woman who died at a Turlock rest stop.
One defendant standing trial for the killing of a correctional officer at the U.S. Penitentiary in Atwater has changed his plea to guilty, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.
A Linden man who trained dogs for law enforcement has been sentenced to prison for his role in the case against Turlock's Bob Holloway and the Denair Road Dog Cycle shop.
Federal agents are looking into the disappearance of thousands of pain pills from CVS stores, including a Turlock location.
A new phone scam is making the rounds in Turlock, with the schemer purporting to be an Internal Revenue Service agent.
The Denair High School Ag Shop was broken into Sunday night with the thieves taking thousands of dollars worth of equipment and leaving a trail of damage.
Almost five years after a popular Turlock eatery burned to the ground, the owner and his cousin will go on trial for arson.
The last time Eula Keyes and Mike Cooley saw Korey Kauffman he was leaving their Turlock home around 11 p.m. March 29, 2012 to look into some metal at a house nearby.
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