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  • MODESTO - Police responded to a report of an armed robbery at a business on the 2400 block of Coffee Road Saturday morning. The incident occurred at Metro PCS store at about 11:15am. Police established a perimeter around the store to attempt to track the suspects with a K-9. Reports indicate the employee was forced to lay facedown in the back of the store while the suspects robbed the business. The suspects are described as two African-American men with bandanas covering their faces. One was about 6'2 with a white hoodie with a design, the other was about  5'11 with a
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    Police Respond to Armed Robbery

  • CROWS LANDING - Emergency crews are working a traffic collision just south of the community of Crows Landing in West Stanislaus County. The California Highway Patrol reports a black vehicle was involved in a collision just before 11:15pm near the intersection of Highway 33 and Eastin Road. One occupant suffered a head injury, but was alert and conscious at the time emergency crews arrived. An air ambulance was requested to transport the injured person. CHP officers are checking a nearby orchard just south of the collision in case any other injured occupants may have been in the vehicle. ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED
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    Air Ambulance Responds to Collision

  • ESCALON - A Modesto man was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on various charges after authorities say he led an officer on a pursuit Thursday morning. Officials say 28 year old Aaron Amavizca of Modesto was stopped by Escalon Police Officer Hardgraves on a traffic violation. When the officer requested Amavizca exit the vehicle, he fled the stop leading the officer on a pursuit. The pursuit entered Modesto city limits, where Amavizca abandoned his vehicle and attempted to flee on foot. After a brief foot pursuit, he was apprehended by authorities.  Amavizca was booked into the San Joaquin County
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    Man Flees Traffic Stop, Arrested After Pursuit

  • MODESTO - Several brush fires along highway 99 kept area fire crews busy this afternoon. The latest fire burned a section of brush and oleanders on the southbound 99 side just past the Woodland Avenue overcrossing around 2pm. The fire caused a chain reaction collision from traffic congestion, according to Alan Ernst, a Modesto Fire Battalion Chief. "It's been a very busy day so far," Ernst said. "We've had multiple vegetation fires. They're extremely dangerous along the freeway with traffic. We're concerned about the crews." Three of the five fires burned along highway 99, the others closer to Crows Landing Road.
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    Brush Fires tie up Fire Resources

  • STANISLAUS COUNTY - Emergency crews were dispatched to a vehicle collision Friday afternoon on Albers Road between Dusty Lane and Highway 132. The collision was reported just after 1pm. Initial reports indicate a big rig and white Dodge pickup were involved in the collision.  Fire crews arriving on scene reported one minor injury. ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW  
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    Collision Reported on Albers Road

  • RIPON - Police have arrested a man they say is responsible for exposing himself to two girls Thursday morning not far from Ripon High School. Authorities are crediting an alert citizen who noticed a person matching the description of the suspect after receiving an electroinc alert on the incident. The citizen called police and said she noticed the person matching the description between several buildings at the high school Thursday afternoon just after 4pm. ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW Police officers quickly responded to the high school, where they located a man matching the description. Eyewitnesses were brought in to identify the
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    Ripon Exposure Suspect Arrested

  • RIVERBANK - Investigators with Riverbank Police Services are looking into the discovery of an unidentified body near the Stanislaus river Thursday morning. Two detectives were walking along the river around 9:30am handing out fliers in the hopes they could locate Juan Alipio Hernandez, a 47 year old man who was reported missing July 7th by relatives. According to relatives, they had not seen Hernandez for about two weeks prior to reporting him missing. He is reportedly homeless and was known to frequent the river. ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW While searching the area, investigators discovered a decomposed body of an adult male.
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    Detectives Discover Body Near River

  • STOCKTON - In a 2pm press conference Thursday afternoon, officials announced the increase in a reward for information leading to the arrest of an outstanding accomplice in the July 16th Bank of the West Robbery. In addition to the original $10,000 reward offered by Crimestoppers, the FBI is adding $20,000. Bank of the West has also become involved and adding $20,000.  "We have $50,000 on the table as a reward for information leading to who is out there connected to this case," said Police Chief Eric Jones. "It's important to find the driver, that fourth suspect." ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW "I
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    Reward Increased For Bank Robbery Accomplice

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