Turlock Police are searching for a suspect in an early morning drive-by shooting that left a man wounded. Police became aware of the shooting Friday morning when the 19-year-old victim showed up at a hospital, according to Sgt. Russ Holeman. Officers learned the shooting occurred in the 300 block of Angelus Street at about 1:30 a.m. At the scene they located evidence indicating several shots had been fired.
Turlock Police have arrested two women in connection with a “takeover style” robbery at a Taco Bell in Turlock earlier this month. One of the suspects, wearing a mask, forced her way into the Taco Bell in the 2700 block of Geer Road at about 3:30 a.m. on July 14, according to Sgt. Russ Holeman. With a gun drawn the suspect forced employees into a walk-in refrigerator, then took the cash from the register and safe. The suspect left the store and went to an awaiting vehicle driven by a second suspect.
Ceres Police on Wednesday arrested a man who allegedly carjacked his mother while his two younger siblings were in the vehicle. The incident occurred on July 14 around 10:30 p.m. when the suspect, 21-year-old Alexander Arreola, was a passenger in his mother’s vehicle, along with his 13-year-old sister and 2-year-old brother, according to Ceres Police. During the drive Arreola told his mother, who was driving, to give him the vehicle.
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Selecting a term
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