Daniel Ferrell is 58 years old with a criminal past dating back to the 90's related to guns and drugs. He is a felon on probation and had not checked in since 2015.Fresno County deputies say he was armed to the hilt with guns and marijuana when they finally learned his true identity and caught up with him.Daniel Ferrell pulled up on his motorcycle earlier this month to his Prather home to be greeted by Fresno County deputies.
The horrifying images of people running for their lives and video of those shaking and terrified were especially difficult for Ed Milam to watch. "It kinda put me right back on the grounds at the hospital- right back at the event," said Sanger resident Ed Milam.His daughter Jessica was shot and critically hurt in the Las Vegas massacre last October.
Police say he was not a gang member but was caught up in a gang war.Zurich Chatman was standing in front of a church on Lee Street Saturday morning getting ready to leave for a Black History Month trip to Allensworth when Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says he was senselessly shot in the head. "What we believe is that perhaps he was the intended target but based on mistaken identity," Dyer explained.Detectives say Chatman is not a gang member.
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A psychologist report on former Central East High student liaison, Steffan Alberson recommended prison over probation. He could spend 4 years in prison after pleading guilty to sex crimes with minors. No matter the sentence- he will have to register as a sex offender.
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Selecting a term
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