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Monte Vista Avenue will be closed between Geer and Crowell roads from 6 to 11 p.m. on July 4 for the fireworks event to be held at California State University, Stanislaus. Additionally, there will be no street parking along Monte Vista Avenue, or Crowell and Geer roads during the event. Parking will be free on campus and can be accessed at Dels Lane, Geer Road, Crowell Road, and Christoffersen Parkway.
Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, in association with the California Office of Traffic Safety, will be out in force, cracking down on impaired drivers with DUI saturation patrols in time for the upcoming Independence Day holiday weekend. The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department is prepared to stop and arrest any drunk driver they see to keep roads safe. Deputies have received specialized training for which will help them identify and remove persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol from local roadways.
The Turlock Police Department is reporting that a late-night shooting has left one 22-year-old man dead. Turlock police received 911 calls of a drive-by shooting in the 1100 block of Baywood Lane at approximately 11:40 p.m. Thursday. Reports said at least one person was down in the yard.
The Turlock Fire Department is battling a large fire at a house in the 2000 block of Royal Wood Lane. As of 5:45 p.m., the fire appears to be contained, but the fire department remains on scene for overhaul.
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A federal grand jury has indicted four Central Valley men, including two from Turlock, on federal drug trafficking charges. Donnell Mays, 39, of Turlock; Omar Lopez, 22, of Turlock; Raymond Slaton, 43, of Merced; and Sidney Allen, 48, of Merced, were charged on Thursday, announced United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner.
The Modesto Police Department has arrested the suspect in the May 25 homicide in Turlock, reports Central Valley TV. Thomas Gonzales, 34, was arrested for murder on Friday evening and remains in-custody in the Stanislaus County Jail.
After taking two weeks to let sides figure out logistics of the Turlock Criterium bicycle race, Council unanimously approved the street closures to let the event happen. Race director Mitch Boehs had come to Turlock City Council asking to close portions of several Downtown streets in order to let him host the bike race on Aug. 8.
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