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Fresno

Teen Keeps Home Invasion Robber Away From Younger Sister’s Room

Photo: Steven Vega On June 24, 2020, a 15-year old boy was startled by a man who had broken into this East Butler, and South Clovis, Fresno home. According to

Los Angeles

Crimes Committed During Protests – 61 People Have Been Charged

  LOS ANGELES – “I support the peaceful organized protests that already have brought needed attention to racial inequality throughout our society, including in the criminal justice system,” said Los

Los Angeles

400+ looting related arrests in Santa Monica

Photo: City Hall (Nicole Charky) Here’s a tale from the Santa Monica Patch of looting and assault that resulted in over 400 arrests. “SANTA MONICA, CA — More than 400

Fresno

Two Bakersfield Men Accused of Looting in Fresno

Photo: Rios (L) and Shaw (R) On June 2, 2020, Fresno PD’s Career Criminal Auto Theft Team was alerted to a possible out-of-town ANTIFA  group staying at a local hotel.

San Joaquin

Robbing looters caught leaving ransacked jewlery store

Photo: Wayne Brooks On June 2 around 12:30 a.m., a large group of looters wreaked havoc at a shopping center at 678 N. Wilson way. Yberra’s Jewlers was the scene

Yolo

Two more Individuals Charged with New Felonies

Photo: Yolo County Jail His name is Chedepo Teh. He and a fellow-citizen of Woodland were cently arrested. Read the details as provided by the Yolo County Distict Attorney –

Monterey

Suspect Evades Capture Once, Not Twice

Photo: Christopher Moreno On May 14, 2020, the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division found who they were looking for: 24-year old Christopher Moreno of Salinas. Moreno is a member

Ventura

Bogus Mercedes-Benz “Buyer” Busted

Photo: Justin Michael Cornett May 15, 2020 – Ventura County-For a three week period in late April and early May of 2020, 33-year-old Los Angeles resident Justin Michael Cornett was

Placer

Woman steals from residence, caught on camera

Photo: Teresa Ellis The Placer County Sheriff’s Office official Facebook page reports of a woman, her motor home, her meth and her attempt at residential theft – “Kudos to our

Tulare

Petty Theft During Declared State of Emergency

Photo: Tyler Beck It was 1:30 in the morning on April 18, 2020 when a resident of a home on the 100 block of North Plano Street called the Porterville