Not that long ago, The Modesto Bee arrived with an audible “thump”. Now, the paper, unwrapped, would simply flutter on down like a large leaf.
THIS TIME: The Death Of Sheriff’s Deputy Antonio Hinostroza At Claribel And Terminal, Near Riverbank, On November 25th–As Rare As It Was Tragic.
–Rare, because his death was the first vehicle pursuit related death of a Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Deputy; and, rare because only about 1 percent of
THIS TIME: Are Law Enforcement Agencies Carefully Monitoring Carbon Monoxide Leaks In The Passenger Compartments Of Their Patrol Cars? And, Why Should They Have To?
Understand: There is no real “canary” for carbon monoxide poisoning. You may get a headache, or not; be fatigued, or not, be nauseated, or not.
THIS TIME: We conclude the series examining the investigation into the crash which took the lives of Deputy Jason Garner and Community Service Officer Raschel Johnson.
Even as they draped a large American flag over the bodies–the blackened wreckage of the Sheriff’s Ford Interceptor still atop the dumpster where it had
THIS TIME: We continue our examination of the investigation into the deaths of Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Garner and Community Service Officer Raschel Johnson by looking into the car in which they died, and which may have killed them.
On April 24, 2017, Henderson, Louisiana, police woman Brandy Sickey was driving back to headquarters near the end of a routine shift when the Ford
THIS TIME: We begin a three part series which examines the investigation into the crash which took the lives of Stanislaus Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Garner and Community Service Officer Raschel Johnson.
It happened so fast…52 seconds, just shy of a minute…a routine drive up Crows Landing Road…a brief stop, then mad acceleration, weaving onto the wrong
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