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On Friday, November 20th, deputies with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office Civil Unit carried out the final step of an eviction process at a homeless encampment in the county limits of Mendota.
On November 16th, a man stole a package that was delivered to the doorstep of a home located on Lansing Way in Fresno's Old Fig Garden neighborhood.
The annual Coats-for-Kids campaign is up and running now through December 5th, 2015.
Detectives with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Property Crimes Unit are seeking the public’s help to identify two met caught on camera vandalizing a water vending machine and ice freezer box. The crime lasted a total of nine minutes.
On November 19th, detectives were able to locate and interview Amador Cisneros. His statements were documented to help with the investigation. Cisneros was not arrested.
Saturday afternoon, Joseph Martinez safely returned to his place of residence.
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Fresno County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing “at-risk” man. Joseph Martinez, age 66, went missing on Saturday.
Martinez was staying at an assisted living home located on the 2100 block of E. Linden Ave., between the communities of Easton and Fowler. Around 9:30 am, staff at the facility noticed Martinez had walked away. Staff members searched the surrounding area, but could not locate Martinez, so they notified the Sheriff’s Office. There is a heightened concern because Martinez has medical issues.
Martinez was last seen wearing a ball cap that says “Vietnam Veteran”, a red plaid long sleeve shirt and blue jeans. He may also have a red and blue jacket with him. Martinez walks with a cane and has bandages on his feet. He has walked away from the residence in the past, but was located and returned.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Martinez should immediately call the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office dispatch center at (559) 600-3111.
On Saturday, November 14th at 10:00 am, Garden of Innocence - Fresno County will hold a burial service for eight babies: Jill Elise, Stella, Aurora, Isaac, Jeremiah, Christopher, Samuel and Nehemiah.
Around 12:45 am on Thursday, David Warren Riggins entered the main lobby of the Fresno County Jail and turned himself in to officers.
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