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Modesto Man Charged with Killing Brother, Sister
Trevor Michael Darion, 24, was charged with two counts of homicide. Darion was already in the Stanislaus County Jail for a separate robbery case.
Two injured in shooting near Modesto High School
The shooting occurred on Oak Street, near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, a few blocks away from Modesto High School.
Driver crashed into Modesto canal. What he threw in the water afterward was a problem, too.
After crashing into the canal along Briggsmore Avenue near Oakdale Road, a driver got out with a gun in his hand and tossed it into the water, witnesses told Modesto police Tuesday.Police officers responding to the crash report at about 1:10 p.m. found Joshua Mosses Garcia, 33, out of the vehicle an
Police arrest Turlock homicide suspect
Roger Amos, 56, was arrested Wednesday evening on charges of homicide and conspiracy to commit homicide in the death of Daniel Russell, 50.
Check out scene of shooting on Oak Street in Modesto
Two people were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries after being shot in Modesto on Thursday afternoon. The shooting occurred on Oak Street, near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, a few blocks away from Modesto High School.
Smoke damage could be extensive after late-night fire in Modesto Sears store
Employees inside the Sears store at Vintage Faire Mall late Monday night likely kept a fire from becoming much worse, according to the Modesto Fire Department.Staff working late to prepare for some type of special event Tuesday heard a noise, went to investigate and saw the escalator had stopped wor
What were giant babies and breast balloons doing in downtown Modesto?
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals brought out its big babies — two people wearing inflatable costumes — to give away vegan frozen treats to passersby. The point of the towering toddlers and the breast balloons, said PETA spokesman Matt Bruce, is that cow milk is for calves and human milk i
Man Arrested In Death Of Modesto Siblings
Trevor Michael Dorion, 24 of Modesto, was arrested in the deaths of 69-year-old John Parodi and his sister 59-year-old Debra Parodi.
Most Wanted: Reyes Ruvalcaba, Attempted murder
NAME:Reyes RuvalcabaCHARGE:Attempted murderDESCRIPTION:52 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 189 pounds, black hair, brown eyesTHE CASE:Ruvalcaba is suspected of having lured his estranged wife to a parking lot at 301 Standiford Ave. in north Modesto on April 10, 2005, saying he wanted her to pick up
Shocking Keyes crime happened 101 years ago today
Today marks the 101th anniversary of the biggest crime in Keyes history – a bank robbery in which a bank manager was slain and a trial riddled with sketchy evidence.Nobody alive today remembers how 28-year-old branch manager Earl J. Polley was brutally shot to death during the robbery. But the crime
Modesto woman passes out. What hospital staff found led to the rescue of her roommates
Quick follow-up by hospital staff tending to one woman who had passed out led to the rescue of four other people, Modesto officials said.Firefighters rescued four people inside a Modesto home early Tuesday after hospital staff alerted them that a woman brought in earlier had symptoms of carbon monox
Yelling at kids ends with warrant arrests
At approximately 11:12 a.m., Officer Matt Berlier was dispatched to the park regarding the condict of Sergio Morales, 22, and Farrell Enelbert-Pauly, 21, both of Modesto. When Officer Berlier conducted a records check on both he found out they both had felony warrants for robbery. Both men were arre
City readies to open first-ever dog park
Ceres will open its first-ever city dog park next month thanks in part to a $100,000 grant from the California Department of Parks and Recreation.The new park is going in at the Marie Neel Park at the northeast corner of Boothe and Helen Perry roads. The grant also helped the city to playground equi
Turlock police detectives investigating suspicious death
Turlock police are investigating a suspicious death on the 100 block of Almond Avenue.About 11:30 a.m., a call came in reporting that a person was dead in a mobile home in the neighborhood, said Police Department spokesman Sgt. Russell Holeman. Officers arrived and confirmed the death of an adult ma
Manteca Police SWAT assists with arrest of Stockton gang suspects
With the help of the Manteca Police Department’s SWAT team, the Stockton Police Department completed a nine-month-long criminal investigation on June 15 into a new subset of Norteno gang members who were allegedly involved in several shootings, including multiple homicides and conspiracies within th
Authorities Looking Into What Caused Explosion, Chemical Fire At Modesto Junior College
MODESTO (CBS13) – Authorities are trying to determine what caused an explosion at Modesto Junior College over the weekend.Several@modestojcfacilities remain closed this morning following an explosion and chemical spill Sunday near the east campus pool. We'll have a live update on@CBSSacramento&@Good
Husky-mix pups adopted from Stanislaus animal shelter faster than you can say 'mush!'
What's it worth to some people to adopt a husky mix from the Stanislaus Animal Services Agency? A night sitting outside, to start with. And more than the couple of hundred dollars a latecomer reportedly offered to buy a spot in line.Seven Siberian husky-German shepherd mixes were snapped up Tuesday
Months-Long Stockton Gang Sweep Leads to 11 Arrests
“It’s unfair that they’re out there taking people’s lives, breaking families apart,” Inzunza said.
Meetings, club events in and around Modesto (06/20/18)
MODESTOWhat:Senior Day DancesWhen:Thursdays 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.Where:Stanislaus Veterans Center Hall, Coffee Road and Sylvan AvenueInfo:Come out and listen/dance to the warm sounds of Bonnie and the Boys Out Back band. $5 entry fee; $5 sandwich and chips. These dances help to support the Veterans F
Modesto foreclosure attorney gets 2-year fraud sentence
One-time Modesto City Council candidate Robert Farrace, an attorney and real estate broker, was sentenced Monday to two years in federal prison for defrauding real estate lenders.Farrace, 53, was president of theStanislaus County Bar Associationwhen a jury in Novemberconvictedhim of three fraud coun