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Friday, March 12, 2021
Since mid-February, there have been 12 reported incidents of rims and tires being stolen off of vehicles overnight, leaving victims to find their vehicles on bricks/cinder blocks in the morning. The targeted vehicles are newer models of Toyota Corollas, Toyota Camry's, and Honda Accord with stock sport rims and tires. Of the 12 reported incidents, 6 have occurred in apartment complex parking lots. The Turlock Police Department wants to make citizens aware of this trend and to help those with these types of vehicles to know what they can do to help prevent their rims and tires being stolen: - Install video surveillance - Park in a well-lit area - If you have a garage, park inside at night - Utilize locking lug-nuts - Be sure to lock and alarm your vehicle - Lastly, communicate with your neighbors and look out for one another if you notice something suspicious Please report suspicious activity or in-progress crimes that are occurring to the Turlock Police Dispatch at (209) 668-1200. If you are interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch Program in your neighborhood, please contact Crime Prevention Specialist Erika Grace at egrace@tulock.ca.us.




Tuesday, March 9, 2021
The Turlock Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating a suspect vehicle that fled the scene of a collision involving a bicyclist on N. Front Street near the intersection of Almond Avenue in Turlock, on Saturday, March 6th, 2021 at 7:17 PM. The suspect vehicle is a gray/charcoal Mercedes sedan with moderate front and/or side damage consistent with the collision. The suspect may be seeking repair at an auto body shop. If anyone has information regarding this vehicle or the identity of the driver please contact the Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-866-602-7463, available 24 hours a day, or visit our website at www.stancrimetips.org. **ALL tips are and will remain ANONYMOUS. Translation is available.** Disclaimer: The photos attached to this post are SIMILAR vehicles not the ACTUAL vehicle








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Animal Services Rescues Nearly 50 Dogs

On Tuesday, May 11, 2021, Turlock Police Animal Services Officers were made aware of a residence in Turlock that was over the legal limit of three dogs per household. Animal Services Officers made contact with the resident, who said the animals were believed to be strays found around Turlock and agreed to surrender the animals.
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May is Bicycle Safety Month: Share the Road and “Go Safely”

Turlock, California. — May is National Bicycle Safety Month, and Turlock Police Department is encouraging drivers to slow down when passing bicyclists, and asks bicyclists to be visible, predictable, and safe on the road. “Bicyclists are safest when they act like and are treated the same as drivers,” Sergeant David Hall said. “Please share the road with bicyclists and think of them as your closest friends or family. We all want to get where we need to go safely, whether that is in the car or on a bike.” Turlock Police Department suggests the following safety tips for bicyclists and drivers: Drivers - Slow down. Give at least three to five feet of space when passing a bicyclist. - Wait for a safe place to pass when driving behind a bicycle, especially on narrow roads. California law requires drivers to provide at least three feet of space between a vehicle and bicycle. - If making a right turn, assume a bicyclist is traveling through the intersection unless they signal otherwise. - When making a left turn, yield to oncoming bicyclists just as you would for other drivers. - Look for bicyclists before opening a car door. - Never drive distracted or impaired. Bike Riders - Be predictable, safe, and seen, obey traffic laws, use hand signals, use lights at night (front white light and rear red reflector), and wear a helmet. - Bicyclists must travel in the same direction of traffic and have the same requirements as any slow-moving vehicle. - Avoid the door zone, do not ride too closely to parked cars. - If there’s a bike lane, use it, unless making a left turn, passing, or approaching a place where a right turn is allowed. - Yield to pedestrians. Bicyclists must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians within marked crosswalks or within unmarked crosswalks at intersections. Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Turlock Police Department is an active participant in the Crime Stoppers Program. Callers can leave an anonymous tip by calling Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 and may be eligible for a cash reward. To receive more detailed, up-to-date information directly from the Turlock Police Department via e-mail or text message, register for "Nixle" alerts at www.Nixle.com or more directly at https://local.nixle.com/register/. Or, text your zip code to 888777 to receive text alerts only. For additional information, follow our social media pages on Facebook and Twitter. This information is being released by Turlock Police Department Sergeant David Hall. Any media requests should contact: Sergeant Michael Parmley Office of Professional Standards Turlock Police Department Office phone - (209) 668-6506 Email – mparmley@turlock.ca.us


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CHILD LOCATED SAFE, SUSPECT ARRESTED IN PATERNAL KIDNAPPING ON MOTHER’S DAY

On Sunday, May 9, 2021, at 10:22 pm, Turlock Police Dispatch received a report of a kidnapping in progress in the 600 block of Geer Road. The suspect, Alisha Gonzalez, a 26 year old female from Turlock, had kidnapped her juvenile child whom she does not have legal custody of. The child was at a relative’s house visiting, when Gonzalez arrived and put the juvenile in the back seat of her vehicle. Before Gonzalez could drive away, another adult family member got into the vehicle to prevent Gonzalez from leaving alone with the child. Gonzalez drove away in a gray Nissan Murano and later pushed the adult family member out of the vehicle.
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SIDESHOW INCIDENT INVOLVING TURLOCK FIRE ENGINE

On Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at approximately 11:05 pm, Turlock firefighters were on duty in the area of West Monte Vista Avenue and North Berkeley Avenue. There was heavy traffic as a result of a sideshow incident that was occurring in the area, which caused the fire engine to be temporarily blocked.
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Arrest Log
647(F) PC DISORDERLY CONDUCT:ALCOHOL/DRUNK IN PUBLIC
WARRANT - MISD WARRANT - MISDEMEANOR

W Monte Vista Ave / N Golden State Blvd
5/13/2021 2353
Espinolopez, Santiago, DOB: 12/10/1995, Hispanic Male, Hair: Brown, Eyes: Black, Weight: 140

11370.1(A) HS POSS CNTL SUB WHILE ARMED
29800(A)(1) PC FELON/ETC POSS/ETC F/ARM
30305(A)(1) PC PROHIBIT OWN/ETC AMMO/ETC
135 PC DESTROY/CONCEAL EVIDENCE
3056 PC VIOLATION OF PAROLE:FEL

200 block W Glenwood Ave
5/13/2021 2346
Gomez, Enrique, DOB: 12/13/1974, Hispanic Male, Hair: Brown, Eyes: Brown, Weight: 187

243(E)(1) PC BATTERY:SPOUSE/EX SPOUSE/DATE/ETC - HANDS, FIST, FEET
200 block N Walnut Rd
5/13/2021 2000
Sparks, Brian, DOB: 06/25/1966, White Male, Hair: Brown, Eyes: Blue, Weight: 180

647(F) PC DISORDERLY CONDUCT:ALCOHOL/DRUNK IN PUBLIC
1800 block Block Countryside Dr
5/13/2021 1852
Humphrey, Chris, DOB: 08/12/1974, White Male, Hair: Brown, Eyes: Brown, Weight: 150

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