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Monday morning the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department responded to Roselawn Continuation High School due to an anonymous tip about an armed student boarding a bus heading to the school. At approximately 7 a.m., the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call about a student possibly armed with a handgun.
Authorities placed a Turlock school on lockdown Monday morning after receiving an anonymous tip of an armed student. Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputies and California Highway Patrol officers responded to Roselawn School to do a safety sweep after receiving the tip.
If you see Turlock police officers gathering near the corner of East Canal Drive, Main Street, and Wayside Avenue, there’s not an incident but rather a neighborhood community meeting. As Councilmember Amy Bublak followed up with concerns from citizens regarding crime trends and increased illegal activity, Turlock Police Department is now trying to create a plan to try and address the community’s public safety concerns.
At least one man was injured, along with a driver, in the Blossom Valley Plaza (Raley’s) parking lot on Geer Road. Initial on-scene witness reports have stated that a red car traveling into the parking lot from Geer Road allegedly veered through a planter and hit another car, wrecking at least the driver’s car and two others.
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The railroad tracks at Monte Vista were scheduled to be closed from Aug. 8 to Aug. 10 but Union Pacific Railroad has pushed the days back. The road is now scheduled to take place Monday, Aug. 22 to Wednesday, Aug. 24 and will be in effect at all hours.
Nearly a year to the date that the original Turlock skate park closed on Starr Avenue, the City of Turlock has finally completed their work on the new iteration of the Brandon Koch Memorial Skate Park. Skaters will be able to skate the park this afternoon as the City has planned a “soft opening” before holding a grand opening.
The races for Turlock City Council have been set, and these historic elections will each have candidates going head to head this November. The most unusual but expected race is between Councilman Steven Nascimento and Councilwoman Amy Bublak. Councilwoman Bublak was the only Councilmember displaced by the passage of Measure A, which set up the by-district elections. With her recent move in into District 4 earlier in the year, Councilwoman Bublak and Councilman Nascimento have been expected to compete for the opportunity to represent District 4 on the City Council.
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