ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON
LOCATION:  600 BLOCK OF EAST BOBBI          DATE:  4-14-14          TIME:  1645 hours
CASE NUMBER:  14-4640         VICTIM:  CONFIDENTIAL          CITY:  EARLIMART

On 4-14-14 @ 1645 hours Deputies responded to a residence in the 600 block of E. Bobbi, Earlimart in regard to a disturbance.  Upon arrival Deputies contacted a female victim (parent) who reported being involved in a verbal disturbance with her son (adult) and other family members.  During the incident, the victim tried to discipline her son for using foul language and becoming confrontational with other family members.  The disturbance escalated and her son reportedly grabbed a stick, which measured approximately 45” long and ¾” inches thick and hit his mother multiple times with it.  No serious injuries were sustained, and she refused medical attention.  Her son was gone when Deputies arrived.  An 836 PC was issued for his arrest.  Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Department at telephone number #1-800-808-0488.

 

The case remains under investigation by TCSO.

 
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459 PC- Burglary
LOCATION:           DATE:  4-12-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-4537         VICTIM:  Beresford Ranches          CITY:  Woodlake

On 04/12/14, deputies were dispatched to Beresford Ranches regarding a burglary. On arrival deputies were advised unknown suspects had cut the lock to the shop and entered the shop area. While on the property, the suspects, stole two Honda quads, a welder and varies air tools and hand tools. The victim estimated his loss at approximately $17,850.00 dollars.   

 

The case is being investigated by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Agricultural Crimes Unit. Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office. 

 
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Burglary
LOCATION:  Visalia Area          DATE:  04-11-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-04408         VICTIM:  Peltzer Groves          CITY:  Visalia

Narrative:

On 04/11/14, deputies were dispatched to Peltzer Groves regarding a burglary. On arrival deputies were advised unknown suspects had cut a chain link fence and entered the property. While on the property, the suspects cut a hole in a metal building and stole several hand tools and welders. The victim estimated his loss at approximately $4485.00 dollars.  

The case is being investigated by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office. Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.

 
...posted by media relations
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Burglary
LOCATION:  Visalia Area          DATE:  04-11-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-04478         VICTIM:  Willitts Pumps          CITY:  Visalia

Narrative:

On 04/11/14, deputies were dispatched to Willitts Pumps regarding a burglary. On arrival deputies were advised unknown suspects had cut a chain link fence and entered the property. While on the property, the suspects cut two locks on two sea trains and stole an undetermined amount of copper wire. The victim estimated his loss at approximately $10,000.00 dollars.  

The case is being investigated by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office. Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.

 
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664-187PC- Attempted Homicide
LOCATION:  Reid Ave/Main Street          DATE:  4-9-2014          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-4422         VICTIM:  55 Yr old male          CITY:  Porterville

Victim: 55 year-old male - Porterville

Suspect: Kurtis Bernard Sanchez, 41 years old

 

On 04-09-14 at 2125 Hours, Officers with the Porterville Police Department were dispatched to the 1400 block on North Cottage in the City of Porterville for a report of an assault victim. Upon arrival, Officers located a 55 year old male suffering from severe injuries from blunt force trauma to his head. Further investigation revealed the victim had been assaulted in the county jurisdiction of Porterville, near Main Street and Reid Avenue. 

 

The victim was airlifted to a local hospital and is listed in critical condition with life threatening injuries as a result of the blunt force trauma. Detectives with the Tulare County Sheriff's Department responded and assumed the investigation. Detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit identified Kurtis Sanchez through the investigation as being the suspect involved in the assault. 

 

On 04-10-2014 at 1230 hours, Detectives with the Porterville Police Department assisted the Sheriff's Department and located Kurtis Sanchez in the City of Porterville. Sanchez was apprehended after a short struggle and taken into custody. Detectives with the Sheriff's Department responded to Porterville PD and arrested Sanchez for his involvement in the attempt homicide. Sanchez was also found to have three active warrants out of Tulare County and a parole hold with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He was later transported and booked at the Main Jail. 

 

This case remains under investigation and anyone with information regarding the case is encouraged to call Detective Sgt. Parker or Detective Steve Sanchez at (559) 733-6211 or send anonymous information by sending a text message or email to TCSO@tipnow.com or call 1-800-TIPNOW 

 
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Sheriff Boudreaux presents departments first S.T.A.R Awards
LOCATION:  Porterville Substation          DATE:  04-11-14          TIME:  0800 hours
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY: 

PRESS RELEASE

 

 

Sheriff Boudreaux presents departments first S.T.A.R Awards

When:  Friday April 11, 2014 – 0800 hours

Where:  Porterville Substation

 

On Friday morning, Sheriff Boudreaux will present the first two STAR (Sheriff of Tulare County Action Recognition) Awards to brothers, Robert and Ernest Sauceda of Woodville, CA.

 

In November 2013, a deputy from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department was involved in a physical confrontation with a male suspect.  During the struggle, the suspect continued to resist and the deputy was not able to place the suspect into handcuffs.

 

The Sauceda Brothers were nearby, observing the confrontation.  They came to the aid of the deputy by securing the arms and legs of the suspect allowing the deputy to put the handcuffs on and put an end to the confrontation.  With the assistance of the Robert and Ernest Sauceda, the suspect was transported from the scene and no one was injured.

 

The Sheriff of Tulare County Action Recognition (STAR) Award was created to recognize and thank the men and women of Tulare County that go above and beyond to assist the men and women of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department without obligation. 

 
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Narcotics Arrest
LOCATION:  400 Block of West Center Avenue          DATE:  4/9/14          TIME:  2212 Hours
CASE NUMBER:  14-04414         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

Taken into custody were:

 

Hines, Jennifer (33 Years) – 11378 H&S – Possession of Methamphetamine For Sale

      11377(A) H&S – Possession of a Controlled Substance

      33210 PC – Possession of a Short Barreled Shotgun

      11370.1 H&S – Possession of  Firearm While Committing a 

        Felony

      21810 PC – Possession of Metal Knuckles

      273a PC – Child Endangerment

      11550(A) H&S – Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance

      Felony Warrant

 

Jesus Alcarez (28 Years) – 11550(A) H&S – Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance

 

Rodriguez, Denise (21 Years) – 11550(A) H&S – Under the Influence of a Controlled 

    Substance

 

Samaras, Jacqueline (48 Years) – 11550(A) H&S – Under the Influence of a Controlled 

       Substance

 

Knight, Paul (47 Years) -  11550(A) H&S – Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance

   3056 PC Parole Hold.

 

On the above date and time, Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputies from the Porterville Substation responded to a residence on the 400 block of West Center Avenue in Porterville to contact Jennifer Hines regarding a confirmed active warrant for her arrest.  

 

Upon arrival at the residence, a male, who identified himself as Paul Knight, was located outside and detained.  Knight was found to be a wanted parolee with an active 3056 PC Parole Hold and determined to be under the influence of a controlled substance.

 

Hines, along with Jesus Alcarez, Denise Rodriguez and Jacqueline Samaras were located inside the residence and detained.  While detaining the above individuals, deputies observed narcotics, narcotics paraphernalia and an illegal sawed off shotgun in plain view. 

A search warrant was obtained and served on the residence.  As a result of the search warrant, approximately 8.9 grams of methamphetamine, narcotics paraphernalia, items consistent with the sales of narcotics, illegally possessed prescription medication and the sawed off shotgun were located.

 

Alcarez and Knight were arrested on the above charges and booked at the Porterville Substation.  Hines, Rodriguez and Samaras were arrested on the above charges and booked at the Tulare County Pre-Trial Facility.

 

This case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff's Department.

 
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THREATING A VICTIM / POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE FOR SALE
LOCATION:  700 BLOCK OF E. SCHOOL, EARLIMART          DATE:  4-8-14          TIME:  1835
CASE NUMBER:  14-4346         VICTIM:  CONFIDENTIAL          CITY:  CONFIDENTIAL

On 4-8-14 @ 1835 hours Deputies were dispatched to the 700 block of E. School Avenue in Earlimart for a disturbance in progress.  Upon arrival they contacted the Reporting Party who said a subject named Christian Hernandez (18 years old) vandalized a vehicle belonging to a family friend.  During the investigation, the suspect drove past Deputies on his bike.  He was then contacted and openly admitted having drugs in his possession.  A search revealed he had (5) individually packaged bindles of methamphetamine in his pocket.  While at the scene, the suspect threatened to burn down the Reporting Parties house with her in it.  Hernandez was later transported and booked at main jail without incident.

 

The case remains under investigation by TCSO.

 
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Vandalism
LOCATION:  13600 block or Avenue 72          DATE:  04-08-14          TIME:  1330 Hours
CASE NUMBER:  14-4328         VICTIM:  Jennifer Savoie          CITY:  Pixley

On 4-08-14 Deputies from Tulare County Sheriff’s Department arrested Joel Savoie for Vandalism to a residence in Pixley. The suspect damaged walls and doors to the residence causing $1000 in damage. Deputies located the suspect at the residence.  He was arrested and booked into Tulare County Jail without incident.

 

Suspect:

Joel Savoie 23 years

 
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2130 PC Possession of a Dirk/Dagger, 11377(A) Poss of Meth, 11550(A) Under the influence
LOCATION:  700 Block of East Isham          DATE:  4-8-14          TIME:  2030 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-4309         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY:  Porterville

Taken into custody were:

 

Bermudez, James (50 Years)

 

On the above date and time, Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputies from the Porterville Substation contacted a suspicious male in the 700 block of East Isham Avenue in Porterville.  Upon contacting the male, deputies observed him discard an object, which was found to be a homemade dirk/dagger.  Bermudez was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance and in possession of approximately 0.3 grams of methamphetamine.  Bermudez was arrested on the above charges and booked at the Porterville Substation.

 

 

This case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff's Department.

 

 
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Possession of Cocaine, Possession of a Dirk or Dagger
LOCATION:  Road 192 / Avenue 144          DATE:  04-06-14          TIME:  2041 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-4246         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

04-07-2014 at approximately 2041 hours, deputies made contact with the occupants of a vehicle for driving recklessly within the community of Poplar. The driver displayed symptoms of being under the influence of alcohol, and was subsequently taken into custody by the California Highway Patrol. One of the passengers was found to be in possession of a small useable amount of cocaine, and also had an unsheathed fix blade knife concealed on his person.  An additional passenger was also arrested for an outstanding warrant.

 
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POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
LOCATION:  29930 H190 (LAKE SUCCESS)          DATE:  04-06-14          TIME:  1930 HRS
CASE NUMBER:  14-4240         VICTIM:  STATE OF CALIFORNIA          CITY: 

04-06-2014 at approximately 1930 hours, deputies responded to the Rocky Hill side of Lake Success regarding a subject annoying other guests at the dock area.  Upon contact with the subject, identified as Reeves, he was found to be intoxicated and in possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. 
Subject was taken into custody without incident and booked at the Porterville Substation.
Taken into custody were:
Reeves, Ryan 22 year old Porterville resident
Charges: H&S 11377 Possession of a Controlled Substance.

 
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Possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamines) & under the influence of a controlled subs
LOCATION:  341 N. Reservation Road, Porterville, Ca. 93257          DATE:  04-04-14          TIME:  1758 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-4154         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

04-04-2014 at approximately 1758 hours, Porterville Deputy was dispatched to 341 N. Reservations Rd, in regards to a male subject in possession of a controlled substance. The deputy contacted the male suspect and he located approximately 0.2 grams of Methamphetamines on the person. The male suspect was also under the influence of a controlled substance.

Suspect was taken into custody without incident and booked at the Porterville Substation.

Taken into custody were:

Contreras, Juan 37 yrs.

Charges: HS 11377 and HS 11550

 
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Felonious evading, reckless driving, excess speeding
LOCATION:  Avenue 95/ Road 256, Terra Bella          DATE:  04-04-14          TIME:  2300 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-4170         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

04-04-2014 at approximately 2300 hours, deputies attempted to make a traffic stop for excessive speeding on Shawn Ward’s motorcycle. Shawn continued to drive westbound on Avenue 95 at a high rate of speed in the town of Terra Bella, failing to yield to the deputy. Shawn turned south Bound on Road 244, in an attempt to avoid the deputy. Shawn continued to drive south bound on Road 244, on a dirt extension. Shawn drove through an open dirt field, where the deputy could not follow.
The deputy lost visual of the suspect for a short time. Reporting parties in the area advised they had visual of the motorcycle driving westbound on Avenue 88. Shawn was contacted by deputes at the intersection of Avenue 88 and Road 240. Shawn was detained and he was subsequently arrested for the charges listed above.
Shawn was taken into custody without incident and booked at the Porterville Substation.
Taken into custody were:
Ward, Shawn 40yrs
Charges: VC 2800.2, VC 12500(b), VC 22350, VC 23103(a) and VC 21461

 
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RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO ENROLL IN ALERT TC; TEST TO BE CONDUCTED TUESDAY
LOCATION:           DATE:           TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY: 

Tulare County Media Contact: 

Andrew Lockman, OES Manager

559/624-7498

 

RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO ENROLL IN ALERT TC; TEST TO BE CONDUCTED TUESDAY

 

Tulare County’s Office of Emergency Services (OES) will test the Countywide emergency notification system, AlertTC, on Tuesday, April 8 as part of Healthy Tulare County Week.  The test will be sent to landlines within the County, as well as to all registered users.

Prior to the test, OES is encouraging everyone who works or lives in Tulare County to register for Alert TC.  Anyone can register at www.alerttc.com.  AlertTC is used during an emergency to deliver important safety information to impacted or threatened areas.  Types of information could include shelter-in-place instructions during a hazardous materials leak or law enforcement action nearby, or evacuation routes in the event of a wildfire.

Tulare County Administrative Officer Jean Rousseau explained the importance of registering, especially for residents who only use cell phones. Alert TC currently utilizes a 9-1-1 database which is made up of landline information.  

People are going mobile and getting rid of those landlines, and there's no '9-1-1 database' for cell phones, Rousseau said. So, the only way we'll know how and where to reach you is if you register and tell us."

AlertTC has the ability to contact thousands of people instantly via voice call.  If a person registers, AlertTC can also send text messages, emails, faxes, and telecommunications devices for the deaf (TDD) messages to any compatible device.

Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Phil Cox said registering for Alert TC is just one way to prepare for an emergency.  

"The recent earthquakes in Southern California and giant landslide in Washington should serve as a reminder that a disaster can strike at any time," Chairman Cox said. Being registered for Alert TC is important because, in the event of a disaster, it is a vital source of critical information from local public safety officials.  Depending on where you are when an emergency happens, AlertTC may be the first or only source of information to reach you before you find yourself in harm's way.

By registering with AlertTC, you control how messages from Tulare County your city may be sent to you, including preferences for voice, text, email, fax, and TDD messages.  You may also opt in to non-emergency messages and select multiple locations for which to receive alerts.  Each city within Tulare County - Dinuba, Exeter, Farmersville, Lindsay, Porterville, Tulare, Visalia, and Woodlake - uses the AlertTC system for emergency notifications.

For more information, please visit www.alerttc.com, or call the Tulare County Office of Emergency Services at 559/624-7495.

 

 
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Residential Burglary
LOCATION:  1000 Block N Jaye          DATE:  4-3-14          TIME:  2200
CASE NUMBER:  14-4075         VICTIM:  Marlene Medina          CITY:  Porterville

0645 hrs/ 4-3-14, Deputies responded to the 1000 block of North Jaye St, Porterville regarding a possible burglary in progress.  The caller advised the suspect vehicle was still on-scene at the residence.  Upon arrival Deputies contacted three suspects inside the residence and detained them for further investigation.  Detectives from the South End Detectives unit were assigned this case. During the investigation the three suspects were booked for the residential burglary. 

(S-1) Torrez, Roberto, 39 yrs old, Lindsay CA

(S-2) Duran, Mario, 35 yrs old, Lindsay CA

(S-3) Gomez, Graciano, 39 yrs old, Lindsay CA

 

Case Status:  Active

 

 

 
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11377/11378/11366/11370.1H&S/273A/496 PC
LOCATION:  Lindsay/Porterville          DATE:  4-3-14          TIME:  0900
CASE NUMBER:  14-60015         VICTIM:  State of CA          CITY: 

On the above date Deputies from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Porterville patrol division responded to a report of a burglary in the 1050 Blk. of Jayne Street in Porterville. Deputies contacted and detained three suspects inside the residence. Ensuing investigation lead them to the 1290 blk. of E. Hermosa in the City of Lindsay. Deputies noted narcotics in the residence and requested Tulare County Sheriff’s narcotics detectives. A search was obtained for the residence. The search warrant revealed that the suspects were in possession of approximately eighty three (83) grams of methamphetamine. The methamphetamine was located in a false compartment of a soda can and a Miracle Grow box. The Methamphetamine has an estimated street value of $8300.00. Detectives located several firearms, scales, packaging materials and large sum of US currency. Also located were several items taken during recent burglaries.  A four (4) year old minor was located in the residence an exposed and was able to access the narcotics and firearms. The Child was turned over to Child Protective Service.

 

 

As a result of the search warrant four people were taken into custody on the below charges.

 

 

Taken into custody were:

1) Roberto Torrez       41Yrs.               Lindsay resident         Date of arrest: 04-03-14

Charges: 11377/11378/11366/11370.1H&S/273A/496 PC possession of a controlled substance for sales/maintaining a place for the sales of narcotics /sales of narcotics/child endangerment/possession of stolen property/burglary

 

2) Patricia Jimenez      43Yrs.            Lindsay resident          Date of arrest:     04-03-14

Charges: 11377/11378/11366/11370.1H&S/273A/496 PC possession of a controlled substance for sales/maintaining a place for the sales of narcotics /sales of narcotics/child endangerment/possession of stolen property/burglary

 

3) Mario Duran             35 Yrs.            Lindsay resident          Date of arrest:    04-03-14

Charges: 459/496 PC /possession of stolen property/burglary

 

4) Granacio Gomez       34 Yrs.            Lindsay resident          Date of arrest:    04-03-14

Charges: 459/496 PC /possession of stolen property/burglary

 
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11359/11379.6 11366 H&S 273A PC
LOCATION:  Exeter          DATE:  4-2-14          TIME:  1700
CASE NUMBER:  14-40030         VICTIM:  State of CA          CITY: 

Detectives from the Inter Agency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) consisting of personnel from Exeter P.D., Farmersville P.D., and the Sheriff’s Department’s Narcotics Division were led to a residence in the 300 blk. of Jacob regarding illegal marijuana activity. The ensuing investigation and search revealed approximately one pound of Marijuana, with a street value of $700.00, packaging materials, and scales. A Butane Clandestine Extraction Lab was seized as well. Three children ages 12, 10 and 4 resides at the residence and were exposed an able to access the narcotics.  Child Protective Service was notified.

 

Taken into custody were:

1) Ross Vincet Laro  31Yrs.             Exeter resident          Date of arrest: 04-02-14

Charges: 11377/11378/11366/11379.6/273A PC  H&S   possession of a controlled substance for sales/maintaining a place for the sales of narcotics /Butane Extraction Clandestine Lab/ Child endangerment

 

The investigation is continuing.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Division (559) 713-2950.

 
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211 PC
LOCATION:  100 Block of Hwy 99          DATE:  4-3-14          TIME:  2110
CASE NUMBER:  14-4120         VICTIM:  Ramona Pasillas, Tyronne Ebaniz          CITY:  Delano

4-13-14/ 2110 hrs:  Deputies responded to the 1600 block of Hwy 99 regarding a robbery in progress.  Upon arrival Deputies contacted the victims and witnesses.  The suspects are described as wearing blue hooded sweatshirts, blue jeans; one suspect covered his face with a light blue bandanna.  Suspects appeared to have been in late 20’s early 30’s.  This case is currently under investigation with the Tulare County S/E Detective’s Unit.  If anyone has any information please contact Det Hunziger or Sgt Wheeler at 1-800-808-0488 or TCSO@tipnow.com, by text or voicemail at 559-725-4194.

 

Case Status:  Active 

 

 
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Probation / Parole Compliance Detail
LOCATION:  Exeter, Farmersville, Woodlake, Ivanhoe areas          DATE:  04-03-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY: 

Narrative:   On 04-03-14 Detectives from the Sheriff’s Gang Violence Suppression Unit conducted a multi- agency Probation and Parole compliance detail in the Exeter, Farmersville, Woodlake and Ivanhoe areas.  This detail was part of the continuing efforts to curb gang violence in the northern portion of Tulare County.  Gang Detectives from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, Exeter, Farmersville, Visalia, Tulare and Dinuba Police Departments, Agents from California State Parole and Tulare County Probation as well as Investigators from the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office participated in this detail.  This detail focused on those individuals’ currently on probation or parole to ensure the terms and conditions of their parole or probation were being adhered to.  

 

A total of 41 compliance checks were conducted resulting in the arrest of 10 persons. 

 

Arrested were:

       1)  Robert Huerta (21 yrs old from Farmersville)  Weapons related charges

       2)  Luis Ramirez  (29 yrs old from Ivanhoe)   Weapons related charges / Parole violation

       3)  Marcos Alonzo (26 yrs old from Farmersville)   Narcotics related charges

       4)  Juardo Gonzalez (31 yrs old from Exeter)  Narcotics related charges

       5)  Juan Osegura (27 years old from Farmersville)  Parole Violation / resisting arrest charges

       6)  Jose Luna  (22 yrs old from Farmersville)  Probation Violation

       7)  Kayla Hatfield  (18 yrs old from Farmersville)  Narcotics related charges

       8)  Abraham Madrigal (19 yrs old from Exeter)  Weapons related charges / Auto Theft

       9)  Rudy Conteras  (54 years old from Farmersville)  Probation Violation 

     10)   17 year old male juvenile (Farmersville area)  Narcotics related charges. 

 

Detectives recovered three hand guns, narcotics, one stolen off road vehicle, and conducted 21 gang field interviews. 

 

These cases are still being investigated by the Gang Violence Suppression Unit.  Anyone with information regarding these cases is encouraged to contact the Gang Violence Suppression Unit (559) 735-1862 or toll free (800) 808-0488.  Also anonymous tips regarding this case or other gang related information can be left at (559) 725-4194.

 
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Follow up to Suspicious Death
LOCATION:  Road 220/Ave 337          DATE:  4-2-14          TIME:  1730 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-4054         VICTIM:  Undisclosed          CITY: 

Victim/ Decedent: 

Caucasian  Male Adult  35 to 45 years old 5’09 to 6’00  195 to 210 lbs.  Brown Eyes  Lt. Brn to Blonde Hair Wearing black long sleeve t-shirt, black jeans. 

 

On 04-02-14 at 1730hrs the Tulare County Sheriff Department received a 911 call of a man down, possibly deceased in the area of Rd 220 and Ave 337 in the unincorporated area of Woodlake. Upon deputies arrival they located a Caucasian male subject deceased in a grove in the listed area. 

The Sheriff’s Departments Violent Crimes Unit was called to take over the investigation. The ensuing investigation revealed an unidentified deceased male was located by citizens walking in the area and found him to be unresponsive and contacted the sheriff’s department. There are no obvious signs of trauma or foul play and the death is being treated as suspicious at this time.

The cause of death is pending an autopsy by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Coroner Division, as well as the identity of the decedent. The case remains under investigation and no other information is being released at this time. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Tulare County Sheriff Department Violent Crimes Unit, Detective Merced Zamora at (559) 735-1898 or 24 hours at 733-6211 or 800-808-0488 or send anonymous information by sending a text message or email to TCSO@tipnow.com or call 1-800-TIPNOW

 

 
...posted by dispatch
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Suspicious Death
LOCATION:  Road 220/Ave 337          DATE:  04-02-14          TIME:  1723 Hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-4054         VICTIM:  Not disclosed          CITY:  Woodlake

Tulare County Sheriff's Department is investigating a suspicious death in the Woodlake area. A follow up press release to follow as more information becomes available.

 
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PC 273(a)476, 530.5, 496 HS 11364
LOCATION:  1000 Block N Jaye          DATE:  4-1-14          TIME:  1000
CASE NUMBER:  14-13552         VICTIM:           CITY: 

Taken into custody were:

Marlene Medina, 34 of Bakersfield

 

Charges:

476PC              Forgery

530.5PC           Identity Theft

496PC              Possession of Stolen Property

11364HS          Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia

273(a)PC         Child Endangerment

 

On 04/01/2014, Tulare County Sheriff Deputies completed a six month investigation of Marlene Medina, 34 of Bakersfield. In October of 2013, Deputies began an investigation in regards to an unlawful inhabitant in a vacant residence which was being sold by the homeowner. The lawful owner of the property who resides out of state, advised Medina unlawfully took residence at the property and had no rental agreement, either verbal or written. During the investigation, Deputies identified Medina and discovered she was a professional and sophisticated identity thief. Deputies conducted a search warrant at the residence and located counterfeit currency, washed currency, credit cards, ID’s, social security cards, checks and counterfeit checks. As a result of the ongoing investigation, Deputies have identified numerous victims of identity theft perpetrated by Medina.  Medina was arrested pursuant to charges including forgery, identity theft, possession of stolen property, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and child endangerment.

Medina was booked into the Bob Wiley Detention Facility with a $100,000 bail. This case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff's Department.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Deputy Michael Coldren or Sergeant Kevin Kemmerling at The Tulare County Sheriff's Department Porterville Substation at 559-782-9650 or 559-733-6218.  

 
...posted by media relations
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Narcotics Arrest - Terra Bella
LOCATION:  8400 block of Road 232, Terra Bella          DATE:  03/31/2014          TIME:  1239 Hours
CASE NUMBER:  14-3953         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

Taken into custody were:

Marcus Wilton Daniel, 32 of Springville

Antonio Ceballos, 31 of Terra Bella

Salvador Esquivel, 26 of Lindsay

 

Charges:

11378HS               Possession of Methamphetamine for sale

11366 HS              Maintaining a Drug House

11379.6HS            Manufacturing Narcotics 

11357HS               Possession of Concentrated Cannabis

476PC                   Forgery

 

Deputies responded to the 8400 block of Road 232 in Terra Bella after receiving reports of possible narcotics activity at a residence. Deputies contacted  Marcus Wilton Daniel, 32 of Springville; Antonio Ceballos, 31 of Terra Bella and Salvador Esquivel, 26 of Lindsay. All three suspects were in possession of methamphetamine packaged for sale totaling approximately 20 grams. During the investigation, Deputies also located a honey oil extraction lab and a sophisticated forgery operation being run by Marcus Daniel. Daniel was in possession of numerous blank and washed counterfeit bills, completed counterfeit bills, fictitious checks, printers, credit card readers and computer software all of which was being used in the manufacturing of counterfeit currency and notes.   

 

All suspects were arrested and booked into the Tulare County Jail. This case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff's Department.

 
...posted by dispatch
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664/451 PC- Attempted Arson, 11377(a) Poss of Meth, 11550(a) Under the Influence of Drugs
LOCATION:  23400 block of Owens          DATE:  3-31-14          TIME:  2212
CASE NUMBER:  14-3976         VICTIM:           CITY:  Ducor

Taken into custody were:

Avelardo Quintana (40 years old) resident of Ducor

On the above date and time, deputies responded to the 23400 Block of Owens Ave in Ducor in regards to a family disturbance. Deputies from the Porterville Substation arrived on scene and were advised by the suspect’s family the suspect Avelardo Quintana was inside the residence threatening to burn down the residence. Deputies arrived on scene and immediately could smell a strong odor of gasoline coming from within the residence. A short standoff ensued in which the suspect barracked himself inside the residence. A short time later, deputies managed to take the suspects into custody. 

Quintana was later booked at the Porterville Substation on the above charges.

This case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff's Department.

 

 

 

 
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11377/11378/11366/H&S/273 A/ PC
LOCATION:  Farmersville          DATE:  3-27-14          TIME:  0600
CASE NUMBER:  14-40028         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

After an approximate two (2) week investigation into the sales of illegal narcotics in the Farmersville area, Investigators from the Inter Agency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) consisting of personnel from Farmersville P.D., Lindsay P.D., Exeter P.D,Sheriff’s Department’s Narcotics Division and the Tulare County Sheriff’s Tactical Enforcement Personnel team  were led to a residence in the 680 blk. of Rose. The ensuing investigation and search revealed methamphetamine, packaging materials, scales and drug paraphernalia. There was a 16, located in the residence exposed an able to access the narcotics. The teenager was turned over to Child Protective Service.

 

As a result of the search warrant two people were taken into custody on the below charges.

 

Taken into custody were:

1) Rachel Lopez              33Yrs.              Farmersville resident          Date of arrest: 03-27-14

Charges: possession of a controlled substance for sales/maintaining a place for the sales of narcotics / Child endangerment

2) Rito Guadlupe Vasquez  39Yrs  Farmersville resident          Date of arrest: 03-27-14

Charges : Child endangerment

 

The investigation is continuing.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Division (559) 713-2950.

 
...posted by media relations
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POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.
LOCATION:  SIERRA/VALENTE, EARLIMART          DATE:  3-25-14          TIME:  1900
CASE NUMBER:  14-3696         VICTIM:  STATE OF CALIFORNIA          CITY: 

On 3-25-14 @ 1900 hours Deputies noticed a vehicle with expired registration near the intersection of Sierra and Valente streets in Earlimart.  A traffic stop was executed and Deputies contacted the driver who was identified as Aguedo Hernandez Rodriguez (51 years old).   During the contact, Rodriguez was found to be unlicensed, and removed from the vehicle.  A visual inspection of his person revealed a clear plastic bindle protruding from his pant pocket.  The bindle was consistent with the way narcotics are known to be commonly packaged. Deputies seized the bindle, which was found to contain approximately 0.2 grams of methamphetamine.  Incident to arrest, Rodriguez was also found to have two (2) outstanding warrants for his arrest out of Kern and Fresno Counties with a total bail of $25,000 dollars.  Rodriguez was arrested without incident and booked at Main Jail in Visalia.

 

This case remains under investigation by TCSO.     

 
...posted by media relations
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FAILURE TO YIELD / EVADING POLICE
LOCATION:  ALPAUGH          DATE:  3-25-14          TIME:  2134
CASE NUMBER:  14-3702         VICTIM:  STATE OF CALIFORNIA          CITY: 

On 3-25-14 at 2134 hours Deputies noticed a white, 1990’s model, 4 door, Mercury Sable station wagon speeding through the Community of Alpaugh.  Based on their observations, Deputies attempted to execute a traffic stop on the vehicle.  However, the driver failed to yield and attempted to evade contact by fleeing at a high rate of speed.  A pursuit ensued and Deputies followed the suspect to the area of Avenue 50 and Road 46 where Deputies terminated the pursuit for public safety reasons.  The driver was able to get away, and remains at large.  Due to the seriousness of this offense, Deputies are seeking community assistance in identifying the suspect, and whereabouts of the vehicle.  

 

Anyone with information is urged to contact Deputy Michael Benas or Sergeant Larry Camacho at the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, via telephone at #1800-808-0488 or anonymously at tcso@tipnow.com or by text or voicemail at #559-725-4194. 

 
...posted by media relations
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11377 H&S- Possession of a Controlled Substance
LOCATION:  15200 block of Ave 280          DATE:  3-23-14          TIME:  0939 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-3587         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY:  Visalia

S) Joshua Lee Wright 

 

On 3-23-14 at 0939 hours, Deputies from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, Headquarters Division, were dispatched to a residence located in the 15200 block of Ave 280 regarding drugs found.  Deputies arrived on scene and took possession of the drugs. 

An investigation ensued at which time (S) Joshua Lee Wright was contacted and subsequently booked for being in possession of narcotics.  Deputies located approximately 9.4 grams of methamphetamine which had an approximate street value of $400 dollars.

(S) Joshua Lee Wright was taken into custody without further incident. 

 

 

 
...posted by dispatch
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Sheriff One Aircraft Assists in Arrest of Felony Suspect
LOCATION:  200 Block S Front          DATE:  3-19-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY: 

On Wednesday 3-19-14 at 1815 Deputy Franco of the Air Support Unit responded to a call in the 200 block area of South Front. This area is known to have frequent narcotics sales. From the Tulare County Sheriff Department’s Sheriff One aircraft, Deputy Franco observed the suspect in the area advised, as well as marked units closing in around a perimeter. When the suspect saw these marked units he fled the area, jumping fences into several neighboring yards in the process. Deputy Franco followed the suspect in Sheriff One, keeping contact with patrol units on the ground to advise them of his location. A short time later, the suspect was apprehended by Deputy Evans and his canine partner, Kaytu.

The Sheriff One aircraft is often used as support for patrol units on the ground not just by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, but by many surrounding agencies – excluding California Highway Patrol. The pilots, often members of our Aero Squadron Unit, volunteer their time five days a week, for eight hours a day and six of those hours are spend in the air. A team of a pilot and TFO – Tactical Flight Ops – fly together, while the TFO acts as an observer. They man the cameras, coordinate efforts with units on the ground, and work the radio. 

Sheriff One is a light sport airplane manufactured by Flight Design, a German manufacturer that makes more light sport air crafts than all other manufacturers combined. It runs on standard automobile fuel rather than aircraft fuel. The air craft utilizes both infrared and standard cameras, whose images can be put side by side with a map to help coordinate with ground units in difficult conditions or after dark. 

 
...posted by media relations
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UPDATE: Homicide
LOCATION:  24000 Block of Avenue 95          DATE:           TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-3437         VICTIM:  Rubio, Demetrius          CITY:  Terra Bella

On 3-21-2014, at approx. 1000 hrs, an autopsy was performed on the decedent. Upon the conclusion of the autopsy it was revealed that the cause of death was due to multiple gunshot wounds to the body.  

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Det. Gary Marks or Sgt. Rodney Parker at 559-733-6218. You are also encouraged to leave an anonymous tip at tcso@tipnow.com or call/ text 559-725-4194.

 

Original Press Release:

On today's date, 03-19-2014, at approx 0655 hours, Porterville patrol deputies were dispatched to above listed address for a man-down call.  At approximately 0708 hours, officers and medical personnel arrived and located a subject lying on the ground.  Upon further inspection of the subject, he displayed no signs of life.  The subject appeared to have taken a gunshot wound to the upper torso and succumbed to his injuries at the scene.  Official cause of death is pending an autopsy.

 

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Det. Gary Marks or Sgt. Rodney Parker at 559-733-6218. You are also encouraged to leave an anonymous tip at tcso@tipnow.com or call/ text 559-725-4194.

 
...posted by media relations
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HOMICIDE
LOCATION:  24000 A95 , TERRA BELLA          DATE:  03-19-2014          TIME:  0655 HRS
CASE NUMBER:  14-3437         VICTIM:  DEMETRIUS RUBIO 40 YEARS OLD          CITY: 

On today's date, 03-19-2014, at approx 0655 hours, Porterville patrol deputies were dispatched to above listed address for a man-down call.  At approximately 0708 hours, officers and medical personnel arrived and located a subject lying on the ground.  Upon further inspection of the subject, he displayed no signs of life.  The subject appeared to have taken a gunshot wound to the upper torso and succumbed to his injuries at the scene.  Official cause of death is pending an autopsy.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Det. Gary Marks or Sgt. Rodney Parker at 559-733-6218. You are also encouraged to leave an anonymous tip at tcso@tipnow.com or call/ text 559-725-4194.

 
...posted by dispatch
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REDACTED: Tulare City Council requests assistance of TCSD
LOCATION:           DATE:           TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY: 

On 316-14 in the evening hours, the Tulare County Sheriff's Department was contacted by the California Highway Patrol. Allegations of domestic violence had been reported to them by the victim and made against Tulare Police Chief Jerry Breckinridge, and were then sent on to our department. A Tulare City official was contacted and requested that our agency conduct the investigation.

Jerry Breckinridge was booked on PC 273.5 with a bail amount of $50,000. He has since bailed out.

All further media inquiries regarding this case should be made to the Tulare City Manager's Office. Please contact them at 559-684-4200. 

Original Press Release:

On 3-16-14 in the evening hours, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department was asked by the Tulare City Council and asked to conduct an investigation into allegations of domestic violence by Chief Breckenridge. All further media inquiries regarding this case should be made to the Tulare City Council. Please contact them at 559-684-4200. 

 
...posted by media relations
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Cultivation and Possession of Marijuana for Sale
LOCATION:  Road 252 north of Strathmore          DATE:  03-16-2014          TIME:  1400 Hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-3334         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

Deputies from the Tulare County Sheriff's Dept. Porterville Patrol Unit were conducting a investigation into possible child endangerment.  The deputies contacted subjects at a residence on R252, north of Strathmore, and while there located a large amount of marijuana being cultivated in the rear of the residence.  The suspect, Gabriel Ville, was contacted and advised he had a medical recommendation to grow 99 plants due to illness.  The marijuana growing was extremely larger that 99 plants.  The marijuana was eradicated and found to contain 2106 live marijuana plants.  If allowed to grow to maturity, the plants in question would have produced in excess of 2106 pounds of processed marijuana.  This would have a street value in excess of $8,424,000.00 dollars.   The suspect was arrested and booked for cultivation and possession of marijuana for sale.  Anyone with information in regards to illegal marijuana cultivation is asked to contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Dept. (559)733-6218 or online at TIPNOW.com.  

 

 (S)Garbriel Ville     61 yrs

 

Case status: Active investigation ongoing

 
...posted by dispatch
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11550 H&S / 11377 H&S
LOCATION:  Court / Park, Pixley          DATE:  03-13-14          TIME:  2235hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-3212         VICTIM:  State of California          CITY: 

On 3-13-14 @ 2235 hours Deputies were dispatched to the Pixley Post Office in regard to a suspicious person in the area. While checking the area, Deputies contacted a person identified as Sergio Gutierrez near the intersection of Court and Park. Gutierrez was wearing the same type of clothing reportedly worn by the suspicious person. During the investigation, Gutierrez was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Incident to arrest, he was searched and found to be in possession of a small amount of methamphetamine, and marijuana which was hidden in his waistband. The drugs were seized, and he was arrested without incident. Gutierrez admitted ownership of the contraband and was booked into County Jail in Visalia.

The case remains under investigation by TCSO.

 
...posted by dispatch
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Possession of controlled substance for sale
LOCATION:  Porterville          DATE:  3-12-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-60011         VICTIM:  State of CA          CITY: 

After an approximate two (2) week investigation into the sales of illegal narcotics in the Porterville area, Investigators from Sheriff’s Department’s Narcotics Division and the Inter Agency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) consisting of personnel from Farmersville P.D., Lindsay P.D., and Exeter P.D were led to a residence in the 1450 blk. of S. Plano. The ensuing investigation and search revealed methamphetamine and heroin package for sales. Also located were scales and packaging material.  

 

Taken into custody were:

 

1) Monica Johnson    48Yrs.     Porterville resident                Date of arrest: 03-12-14

Charges: 11350/1177/11378/11366 H&S   possession of a controlled substance for sales/maintaining a place for the sales of narcotics

 

The investigation is continuing.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Division (559) 713-2950.

 
...posted by media relations
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Assault with a deadly weapon, evading with gross negligence, theft, resisting arrest
LOCATION:  45400 Block Rd. 128 Orange Cove, Ca          DATE:           TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY:  ****UPDATE SUSEPCT IN CUSTODY****

NEWS  ITEM

Case Number: 14-03078

Crime: 245 PC, 2800 VC, 488 PC, 148 PC – Officer Involved Shooting

Assault with a deadly weapon, evading with gross negligence, theft, resisting arrest

Area Occurred: 45400 Block Rd. 128 Orange Cove, Ca.

Date and Time Occurred: 3-10-14 / 2215 hours

 

On 3-10-14 at about 10:15 pm, two veteran deputies from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Orosi substation responded to the 45400 Block of Road 128 in rural Orange Cove in regards to a suspected theft in progress. Upon arrival, deputies located a male suspect during the commission of the crime.  Deputies attempted to contact and detain the suspect for further investigation, at which time he entered a vehicle and drove it towards a deputy to be used as a deadly weapon.  Deputies attempted to stop the suspect from using the vehicle as a deadly weapon by firing their department issued handguns.  The suspect still managed to ram one of the stationary patrol vehicles with the deputy still inside.  He then fled the scene blacked out at a high rate of speed northbound Road 128 to the area of Avenue 460 where he managed to elude pursuing deputies involved in the shooting.  The deputies were uninjured during the incident and on-going efforts are being made in trying to locate the vehicle and identify the suspect.  As departmental procedure, the deputies were placed on paid administrative leave pending their return to work.

 

The suspect is described as a male adult, bald, wearing glasses, last seen wearing an unknown colored t-shirt with a distinctive logo of a female wearing a ball cap with a circle and a star in the center, shorts, and unknown type light color shoes.  The suspect vehicle is described as maroon in color, mid-size sedan (possibly a Chevy Malibu or Honda Accord) with four doors a sunroof and chrome wheels.

 

The case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit.  Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective F. Cotton or Sgt. R. Parker at (559)733-6218.

 

Anyone with information can also report anonymously to tcso@tipnow.com or by text or voicemail at (559) 725-4194.

 

 

 

 

Updated News release:

 

Suspect information:

 

Harp, Rodney    7-28-1971

 

1400 Block of Green St. Dinuba, Ca

 

 

            Investigators from Tulare County Violent Crimes Unit gleaned possible suspect information through the course of this investigation. Possible locations of the suspect were developed and several subjects were contacted. 

 

            On 3-11-2014, at approx. 1900 hours, Investigators from Tulare County Violent Crimes Unit, working in concert with Tulare County Gang Unit and officers from Dinuba Police Department, arrived at a residence located on the 1400 block of Green St. Dinuba. Upon arriving at this location, Suspect Harp was located and taken into custody without incident. Harp was taken to the hospital where he received medical attention for non-life threatening injuries to his left, upper arm.

 

 

            Harp was transported to Visalia Main Jail where he was booked and lodged on the above listed charges. Case will be submitted to the District Attorney’s Office for filing of formal charges. 

 

 
...posted by dispatch
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Assault with a deadly weapon, evading with gross negligence, theft, resisting arrest
LOCATION:  45400 Block Rd. 128 Orange Cove, Ca.          DATE:  03-10-2014          TIME:  2215 hrs
CASE NUMBER:  14-3078         VICTIM:           CITY: 

On 3-10-14 at about 10:15 pm, two veteran deputies from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Orosi substation responded to the 45400 Block of Road 128 in rural Orange Cove in regards to a suspected theft in progress. Upon arrival, deputies located a male suspect during the commission of the crime.  Deputies attempted to contact and detain the suspect for further investigation, at which time he entered a vehicle and drove it towards a deputy to be used as a deadly weapon.  Deputies attempted to stop the suspect from using the vehicle as a deadly weapon by firing their department issued handguns.  The suspect still managed to ram one of the stationary patrol vehicles with the deputy still inside.  He then fled the scene blacked out at a high rate of speed northbound Road 128 to the area of Avenue 460 where he managed to elude pursuing deputies involved in the shooting.  The deputies were uninjured during the incident and on-going efforts are being made in trying to locate the vehicle and identify the suspect.  As departmental procedure, the deputies were placed on paid administrative leave pending their return to work.

The suspect is described as a male adult, bald, wearing glasses, last seen wearing an unknown colored t-shirt with a distinctive logo of a female wearing a ball cap with a circle and a star in the center, shorts, and unknown type light color shoes.  The suspect vehicle is described as maroon in color, mid-size sedan (possibly a Chevy Malibu or Honda Accord) with four doors a sunroof and chrome wheels.

The case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit.  Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective F. Cotton or Sgt. R. Parker at (559)733-6218.

Anyone with information can also report anonymously to tcso@tipnow.com or by text or voicemail at (559) 725-4194.

 
...posted by dispatch
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New Booking Location for Female and North County Arrestees Effective 3-17-14
LOCATION:           DATE:           TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:           VICTIM:           CITY: 

As a part of the Sheriff's Office efficiency improvement plan, Acting Sheriff Mike Boudreaux has authorized a change in booking locations for females and north county male arrestees.  Effective March 17, 2014 all female and north county male arrestees will be booked at the Adult Pre Trial Facility instead of Bob Wiley Detention Facility and Main Jail.

Main Jail is and has been the primary male booking facility in the County since its opening in 1963.

Bob Wiley Detention Facility has been the primary female booking facility in the County since its opening in 1987.

Adult Pre Trial Facility which was opened in 1999 was designed with a high work flow booking design floor plan.  

North county agencies will no longer be required to drive the extra distance to Visalia to book male arrestees, thus improving efficiency. This change is a tiered approach to the future transition of all bookings to Adult Pre Trial Facility.

 

With the future opening of the South County Detention Facility (AB900) in Porterville all south county arrestees will be booked in that facility further improving the efficiency of the booking process in Tulare County.

 

 

 

 
...posted by media relations
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664-187 PC- Attempted Homicide
LOCATION:  20900 block of Ave 322          DATE:  2-6-14          TIME: 
CASE NUMBER:  14-2895         VICTIM:  Confidential per PC 293          CITY:  Woodlake

On the above date and Deputies responded to the above location regarding an assault. Upon arrival Deputies contacted the victim, who advised she had been assaulted with an edged weapon by a known suspect who had fled the area prior to Deputies arriving at the scene . The victim sustained severe injuries to her person and was transported to Kaweah Delta Medical Center for treatment.  The case is currently under investigation by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit. Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Det. Gary Marks or Sgt. Rodney Parker at (559)733-6218

 

Anonymous information about this crime can be reported via Tipnow

email tcso@tipnow.net 

text or voicemail at 559-725-4194

or download the Tipnow app for Android or Apple phones.

 
...posted by dispatch
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