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Around Turlock – February 17

Brandon McMillan/TurlockCityNews.com

Signs posted in the parking lot on Colorado Avenue, across the street from Turlock High School, make those in the parking lot consent to searches.

The signs posted say that by entering the area, vehicles are subject to search by school officials or law enforcement for reasonable suspicion.

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  1. Former Turlocker says:

    Wow first they take moneys for bogus Visitors and now they are taking away civil liberties. wow bogus searches.l

  2. Guest says:

    Don’t have to park on school property if you don’t want to be searched. Stay home or park on Te street.

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