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Fresno Police Need Public's Help!

Fresno Police Need Public's Help!

Kings Canyon, regarding an armed robbery. Officers learned that two suspects walked inside the business and held the clerk at gunpoint. The first suspect pulled out a small silver handgun and demanded money from the register. When the clerk opened the till, the suspect leaned over the counter and grabbed the money. The second suspect stood by, acting as a lookout. The suspects fled the store on foot, leaving with less than $30.00.

The suspects are described below:

Suspect 1: Hispanic male adult, 19-22 yrs old, 5’04-5’06, thin build, light complexion, wearing a black Oakland A’s hat, a black hooded sweatshirt, black shorts and black/white shoes.

Suspect 2: African American male adult, 19-22 yrs old, 5’08-5’10, medium build, light complexion, wearing a faux fur lined hat with ear flaps, a red and black letterman style jacket, and black jeans.

Southeast Fresno Crime Alert

Southeast Fresno Crime Alert

 

Since Monday, April 21, 2014, three vehicles have been stolen from the EL SUPER grocery store parking lot at 3910 E Tulare Street. All of the vehicle thefts occurred during day light hours and two were taken within ten minutes of being parked. The public is being reminded to remain diligent and anyone with information on these thefts is asked to call Detective Steinhardt at 621-6308, or if you wish to remain anonymous you can call Crime Stoppers at 621-STOP (7867) where you can receive up to a $1000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

VEHICLES STOLEN

(1992) Blue Nissan King Cab pick-up, California License Plate,

93438H1

 

Fresno Police Make Homicide Arrest

Fresno Police Make Homicide Arrest

On March 29, 2014, at 10:14pm, officers were sent to Normal and Mayfair Drive South regarding a victim of the shooting. Officers arrived and found Manuel Murillo, 23, suffering from a gunshot wound. Murillo died from his injuries. A friend of Murillo's was near Murillo when he was shot but he didn't suffer any injuries. Homicide Detectives Ray Villalvazo and Tony Rivera worked non stop and determined that Murillo was shot by another rival Bulldog gang member. 

 

Merced County Looking For Escaped Inmate

Merced County Looking For Escaped Inmate

    Merced County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating and searching for an Inmate who escaped from the John Latoracca Correctional Facility, in Merced. David O’Neal Coleman Jr., age 40 of Merced, was found missing at about 4:45 a.m. this morning. Correctional Officers reported they noticed Coleman missing after conducting a routine Inmate headcount throughout the Inmates housing unit.

 

    Investigation has revealed that Coleman escaped through the roof area of the Inmate Housing Unit. In addition Coleman was able to manipulate the security razor wire fencing, freeing himself from confinement of the facility. It is believed Coleman ascertained serious injuries from the razor wire cuts during the escape.

 

    Coleman is described as a white male adult, forty years of age. He stands 6-0” and weighs approximately 200 pounds. Coleman has brown hair, brown eyes, and facial hair.

 

Disturbance Leads To Shooting, One Arrested

Disturbance Leads To Shooting, One Arrested

The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office today announced the arrest of a Fresno man in connection with a shooting incident earlier this afternoon.  Arrested was 20 year old Richard Chase Douglass.

 

          Earlier today, shortly after 2:00pm, deputies responded to a residence located in the 1500 block of N Milburn regarding a shots fired call.  While en route to the call, Sheriff’s dispatcher’s received several other calls regarding shots being fired from vehicles in the same general area.

 

          When they arrived at the residence, deputies found several hysterical victims, including a ten year old boy.  None of the victims were injured during the incident. 

 

          The suspect vehicle, a dark gray color

Gang Member Arrested With Handgun

Gang Member Arrested With Handgun

On Sunday, December 29, 2013, Northeast Patrol officers were dispatched to 3344 E.

Stolen Vehicle Leads to the Arrest

Stolen Vehicle Leads to the Arrest

Report of a stolen vehicle leads to the arrest of a felony suspect taken into custody for possessing a firearm and possessing narcotics for the purpose of sales.   

 

On Saturday, December 14, 2013, Southeast District patrol officers Christian Ramos and Michael Aguilar were dispatched to the 100 Block of S. Argyle regarding the location of a possible stolen vehicle.  The Reporting Party of this call believed they had just located their stolen vehicle which was occupied by a male suspect.  Officers Ramos and Aguilar found the vehicle in question parked in the 100 Block of S.