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At about 1:14am Wednesday morning, Turlock Police responded to a prowler in the 1700 block of Bryce Avenue, after a caller had reported hearing noises and then seeing someone running through their backyard.
At about 9:50pm Monday, Turlock Police, Turlock Fire, and American Medical Response responded to an aggravated assault at the Motel 6 in the 200 block of S. Walnut Road.
At about 9:32pm on Monday, the same time as the two reported deaths on E. Springer Drive, Turlock Police received several calls of shots heard in the north end of town, more specifically around the Crowell Road area.
At about 9:32pm on Monday, Turlock Police, University Police, Turlock Fire, and American Medical Response responded to a call of aggravated assault at a residence in the 1000 block of E. Springer Drive.
At about 12:46am Saturday morning, Officer Khounlivong observed a vehicle being driven with illegal window tint, so he made a traffic stop on it.
At about 9:23pm Thursday night, Turlock Police responded to a possible weapon offense at the Smoke Depot in the 500 block of Lander Avenue, where there were at least two men with guns in front of the business per an anonymous tipster.
Thursday night, the Turlock Police Department came out with an update regarding the drive-by shooting after a road rage incident on Saturday, September 16th, at Pioneer Avenue and E. Main Street.
At about 11:30pm Wednesday night, Turlock Police responded to a dangerous driver at the Jack in the Box in the 1900 block of Lander Avenue, who had been swerving and was having a hard time speaking and standing.
At about 11:04pm Tuesday night, Turlock Police responded to a suspicious incident at a residence in the 700 block of Zach Court, after a caller had reported that she had heard a loud noise and thought that someone may be on her roof.
At about 10:13pm Tuesday night, Officer Mulhim observed a driver near the Travelodge in the 200 block of W. Glenwood Avenue violate the California Vehicle Code, so he made a traffic stop on her.
At about 7:20pm Monday night, the Turlock Police Department, Turlock Fire Department, and American Medical Response responded to a security check at Turlock High School in the 1600 block of E. Canal Drive, for a man slumped over his steering wheel possibly not breathing.
At about 11:27am Monday morning, the Turlock Police Department, Turlock Fire Department, and American Medical Response responded to an injury vehicle collision at N. Olive Avenue and North Avenue.
At about 4:22am Monday morning, Officer Ayala was near S. First Street and A Street when he observed a wanted parolee who had allowed his ankle monitor to die a couple of hours prior, so he got out with him.
At about 2:10am Sunday morning, Officer Marquez observed a vehicle being driven during darkness without taillights, so he attempted to make a traffic stop on it.
At about 12:08am Saturday morning, Officer Ayala observed two bicyclists violate the California Vehicle Code in the 1400 block of E. Glenwood Avenue, so he made a double bicycle stop.
At about 1:05am Thursday morning, Turlock Police responded to a larceny from a vehicle in progress at a residence in the 500 block of Seaborg Street, after a caller had reported that she had interrupted four subjects taking a tire and rims off her vehicle.
At about 3:20am Friday morning, Officer Sarah Arroyo was driving eastbound on Pedras Road near Rochelle Avenue, when she observed a bicyclist riding westbound with no lights on his bike as required by the California Vehicle Code, so she attempted to stop him.