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Recent Crime News
19 hrs ago | via The Fresno Bee
A criminal complaint filed this week in Mariposa County Superior Court identifies all four sheriff's deputies involved in a shootout last week that left one of them injured. Rudy Mirelez, 39, remained in "critical but stable condition" on Tuesday at a Modesto hospital, according to Kristie Mitchell, a sheriff's spokeswoman. Comment?
Sunday Oct 4 | via The Fresno Bee
The sheriff's office released Mirelez's name Sunday, saying he remains in critical condition in a Modesto hospital where he will undergo many more surgeries. Mirelez's family released a statement thanking the sheriff's offices in Mariposa and Stanislaus counties for supporting the recovering deputy around the clock. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via The Fresno Bee
Tim Joslin, president and chief executive officer of Community Medical Centers, was arrested for allegedly beating his girlfriend last month. Fresno police arrested Joslin after the incident in his home on Aug. 24, according to Fresno lawyer Jacob Rivas, who represents the woman. Comment?
Sunday Sep 20 | via CBS Local
Friday Sep 18 | via KTXL-TV Sacramento
Modesto Police arrested two people, Friday in the shooting that killed a mother and injured her son directly across the street from a church last Sunday. 28-year-old Matthew Morales and an unidentified 16-year-old male are both in jail, charged with murder and attempted murder. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 15 | via SFGate
In this May 24, 2006 photo, attorney Frank Carson speaks at the Stanislaus County Courthouse in Modesto, Calif. He was arrested with authorities saying several suspects all played a role in killing 26-year-old Korey Kauffman, who was reported missing in April 2012. Comment?
Monday Sep 14 | via KTXL-TV Sacramento
The latest hearing of Modesto defense attorney Frank Carson , three CHP officers, two Turlock businessmen and Carson's wife, Georgia DeFilippo and stepdaughter, Christina DeFillipo, had to take place in Stanislaus County's Bankruptcy Court to accommodate the larger crowd on Monday. This time, the five still in custody would not be shackled. Comment?
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