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Alleged Modesto gang member charged with statewide human trafficking and street terrorism Inside Bay Area

What started as a suspicious vehicle check at a prostitution hot spot in Concord quickly developed into a statewide human trafficking investigation and the arrest of a Modesto man, according to court records released this month. Timothy Townsel, 20, was charged in Contra Costa County on Sept.

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Modesto police searching for boy forcibly abducted by father The Fresno Bee

Early Sunday morning, September 23, 2018, CHP Helicopter H-32 was requested by the Oakland Police Department to assist them in monitoring a large sideshow. Bruce Simmons describes his long commute on Tuesday, Sept.

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Modesto Police Search for Boy Abducted by Father KTXL-TV Sacramento

Valente says early Monday morning a man posing as a utility worker knocked on her door on Poinsettia Drive in Modesto. Valente says she asked him to leave.

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Amber Alert: 6-year-old boy abducted from Modesto KCRA-TV Sacramento

OLD JASE. SHE SAYS HIS FATHER AND FIVE OF HIS FRIENDS CAME TO HER HOME AND FORCED THEIR WAY IN.

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Day 2 of missing Modesto boy's Amber Alert | Update News10.net

According to the Modesto Police Department, they believe Jayce Cosso, 6, was abducted Monday, Sept. 24, by his father, John Cosso, 41, of Modesto.

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Thank you, thank you, thank you!' Mother of kidnap victim speaks after he's found safe The Fresno Bee

In front of her home Tuesday morning Jayce's mom told The Bee, "I haven't seen him yet, I haven't heard from him yet, I will feel better when he is in my arms. I am grateful, I am appreciative, i am on my knees, on my knees.

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Boomer Grandpa: A new country, a new name and undying pride Post-Bulletin

"I could tell that he was kind," said Linda Conger of her first impression of her husband-to-be, Vern. My Aunt Linda lives in Modesto, Calif.

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Fitz's Stockton: A radio voice falls silent RecordNET

Candy Stevens, a lively and witty staple of Stockton radio for decades, died unexpectedly at home in Modesto on Sept. 22 of undetermined causes.

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How a D.C. scandal and interning for a congressman inspired this BYU alumnus' new spy novel Deseret News

BYU alumnus Peter Stone was always more interested in politics than writing, until best-selling author Margaret Stohl approached him at his wedding and said he had a book in him. Stohl, who lives part time in Park City , based this opinion off the speech Stone had just given to his wife at his wedding reception.

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Vandals broke into more than 30 vehicles at Sacramento State University. And after California passed the strictest net neutrality law in the country, the state is now being sued by the Trump administration.

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Angels Camp council to consider city's next police chief The Union Democrat

Courtesy / Melissa Eads Sgt. Richard Scott Ellis of the Angels Camp Police Department is set to be appointed to the position of Chief of Police during an Oct. 2 City Council meeting following the departure of former chief Todd Fordahl.

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7. Modesto, California The Mountaineer Publ

Modesto is no stranger to this list, having ranked as NICB's number one "hot spot" for many years. But it has finally fallen out of the top five, while still seeing high rates of motor vehicle theft.

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Jacque Wilson and his father, Mack, attend an Advocates for Justice... SFGate

Jacque Wilson and his father, Mack, attend an Advocates for Justice meeting in Modesto, Calif. on Monday, October 1, 2018.

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Busboy who tried to help wounded RFK in 1968 dies MSNBC

But still he was haunted by what happened just after midnight on June 5, 1968, when he was on duty as a busboy at the Ambassador Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard near Koreatown. That was the night an assassin took aim at Robert F. Kennedy, a candidate for president of the United States.

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Dairy Digester Research and Development Program Holtville Tribune

The California Department of Food and Agriculture is now accepting public comments on the draft Request for Grant Applications for the Dairy Digester Research and Development Program . The RGA can be found on CDFA's Office of Environmental Farming and Innovation webpage at: https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/oefi/ddrdp/ .

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New GM Tapped For TUD My Mother Lode

Update on Wednesday at 8:40am: TUD reports that the contract with new General Manager Edwin Pattison will span five years and take effect on November 26. Pattison's starting salary will be $190,000, and the board will annually decide if a merit based pay increases are warranted. He will also have a $500 per month vehicle allowance, health and retirement benefits, start with 10 days of vacation time, and then accrue 15 additional vacation days per year.

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News of Record for Oct. 11, 2018 The Union Democrat

1:15 p.m., suspicious circumstances - A man and woman got out of a vehicle at a Greenley Road apartment complex, walked up a nearby hill, left a backpack there, then walked away. 1:50 p.m., miscellaneous harassment - A person on Maple Street believed her neighbor filmed her and another person whenever they went outside or were in the neighborhood.

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One City Council candidate drops out; four vie for votes at Angels Camp forum The Union Democrat

Moderator Tim Oskey gestures at an Angels Camp forum for the Measure C sales tax increase and four candidates running for two seats on the city. Seated left to right are Melissa Eads, city administrator, incumbent council member Amanda Folendorf, Alvin Broglio, a purchasing agent, Caroline Schirato, a school administrator, and Mike Darby, a business owner/humorist.

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Busboy who comforted Robert Kennedy after he was shot dies KTMF

When Robert F. Kennedy decided to duck through the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after declaring victory in the 1968 Democratic presidential primary, Juan Romero reveled at his good fortune. It meant the 18-year-old busboy might get to shake hands with his hero - the man he'd assured himself would be the next president of the United States - for the second time in two days.

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