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For the third time this month, Charles Delp, 41, was arrested in Turlock. Delp was first arrested on July 5 after allegedly locking a female victim in his vehicle following a domestic dispute. At that time he was arrested and booked for domestic battery and false imprisonment.
A traffic advisory is being warned at Daubenberger and Verduga roads, as the Turlock Police Department reports a suspect allegedly set his house on fire and may be armed. Due to the ongoing incident, Daubenberger Road is closed at Canal Drive and East Avenue and Verduga Road is closed at Hawkeye and East avenues. East Avenue is closed at Daubenberger Road and Roselawn Avenue. The house fire is located on the 400 block of Verduga Road in Denair.
Wednesday was the two-year anniversary of the signing of the Veterans Skills to Jobs Act by U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock). In order to make it easier for veterans to use skills acquired in the military once they’d returned home, Denham introduced the act in 2012 with the help of U.S. Representative Tim Waltz (D-MN). “The Veterans Skills to Jobs Act was step one in increasing employment opportunities for veterans,” said Denham. “As an Air Force vet, I was once told I’d need three years of schooling to maintain private sector aircraft after having served as a crew chief. Veterans across the country told me similar stories. The Veterans Skills to Jobs Act is a common-sense solution to that problem. In February of 2012, Rep. Walz and I also co-founded the Congressional Veterans Jobs Caucus with Senators Kirk and Manchin. With our private sector partners, we remain committed to ensuring our veterans can put their valuable skills to use after returning to civilian life.”
A Turlock man was arrested Wednesday morning after allegedly robbing a homeless man on back-to-back days this week. According to Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Stephen Webb, the first incident occurred on Monday, when the suspect, who allegedly had a knife, approached a homeless man on the 100 block of North Center Street and demanded his wallet. The victim complied.
The Turlock Masonic Lodge #395 gathered the community for a cornerstone laying ceremony at Turlock’s Public Safety Facility this morning, honoring a time-old tradition of laying the symbolic foundation stone of public buildings. Most Worshipful John L. Cooper III led the ceremony outside of the Public Safety Facility, located at 244 N. Broadway Ave., at 11:30 a.m. Turlock Mayor John Lazar, Turlock Fire Chief Tim Lohman, and Turlock Police Chief Rob Jackson were in attendance and prominently seated.
After a fight broke out on the final night of the Stanislaus County Fair, Turlock police spent the night of July 20 following several leads before eventually arresting two suspects on a gun charge and a parole violation, respectively. At approximately 10:10 p.m., officers were called to the intersection of Canal Drive and North Broadway Avenue on the report of a fight. Suspects were fighting over a girl, said Turlock police spokesperson Lt. Ron Reid.
Reimbursement funds for the new McDonald’s at 300 and 311 S. Golden State Blvd. and 250 E. Marshall St. were approved at Tuesday’s Turlock City Council meeting, but not without some rebuttal. Namely, concerns were with the building’s approval process and appearance in the Downtown setting, whether the proposed budget is concrete, and if there is a possibility of contaminate soil on the three parcels reserved for the new fast-food restaurant.
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