Sheriff's Log

December 17, 2013 

Oakhurst

9:25 a.m. Dec. 9 — Unknown suspect(s) tried to break into a church by ramming the front door with a vehicle.

2:05 p.m. Dec. 10 — A check of an Oakhurst resident resulted in the arrest of two men, one of whom was a Torrance-area gang member, for possession of burglary of tools, and the other for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant from Morgan Hill.


Coarsegold

7:20 a.m. Dec. 8 — Deputy responded to a call regarding a subject attempting to siphon gasoline from a vehicle. It is discovered that the suspect vehicle left at the scene is a stolen vehicle. Subjects that were in the vehicle were located.

8:26 p.m. Dec. 9 — Deputy conducted a Patrol Check of a Coarsegold area business. While at the business, the deputy contacted a possible trespasser.

Upon further investigation, it was found the subject had an outstanding warrant for his arrest and was in possession of narcotic paraphernalia.

11:17 a.m. Dec. 13 — A vacant house in Coarsegold was broken into overnight and damage was done to the residence. Three white male adult juveniles were sleeping in the residence when the painting contractor went to the house to do some work. The unknown juveniles ran from the residence before the Sheriff's office could get to the scene.


North Fork

5:22 p.m. Dec. 8 — A vehicle stop in North Fork leads to the arrest of a fugitive, wanted for a $200,000 robbery warrant.

10:41 p.m. Dec. 8 — Units responded to North Fork area, where a green Jeep was spotted with two subjects. The Jeep was stolen out of Madera during a burglary approximately two weeks prior.

A 45-minute pursuit ensued. CHP spike strip was deployed and a short-time later, the suspect vehicle came to a stop with two flat tires at the Wyle Ranch Road/Road 200 entrance.

Both suspects were taken into custody on a variety of charges.

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