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Four people were displaced due to the fire in a fourplex on East Olive Avenue Thursday afternoon. Turlock Fire Department responded to the 300 block of East Olive Avenue after receiving report of smoke coming from a closet in a small apartment complex shortly after 2 p.m. on Thursday.
Turlock police are looking for two male suspects who allegedly kidnapped a victim at gunpoint and robbed him last week. At approximately 7:58 p.m. on Feb. 20, Turlock police received a call from a male subject claiming that he had been kidnapped about 30 minutes prior to calling.
Turlock City Council unanimously approved a three-year contract for advertising on buses, with revenues going toward bus passes for charitable organizations. The City of Turlock has contracted Alan Seaton Consulting Services to sell and maintaining advertisement on Turlock’s “Blast” and “Dart” buses, with $500 of the sales going to the City, since 1998.
Westbound E. Olive Avenue, between Thor and Center streets, is closed due to a fire. The Turlock Fire Department has responded to a structure fire at a residence in the 300 block of E. Olive Avenue.
Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Detectives have arrested two people for the February 2014 homicide at the Turlock rest stop. Detectives arrested Bryan Dean Small, 42, of Modesto, for homicide and Cheryl Ruth Liberty, 65, of Modesto, for accessory on Wednesday, nearly a one year to the day of the homicide.
Turlock Irrigation District gave growers the grim, yet unsurprising news for the upcoming irrigation season, while it will only get worse if dry conditions continue. TID irrigation customers are already expected to receive a record-low amount of water this year — even lower than last year’s record-low of 20 inches. However, the fourth year of the drought is taking its toll on water available.
The City of Turlock has closed a portion of Golf Road for some emergency road work that is needed to ensure the safety of residents. Golf Road is expected to be closed between Greenway and East Glenwood avenues until April 15. The road will be closed 24 hours a day till April 15.
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