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Search Result: Fresno County (Calif.) Sheriff

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Teen Brings Gun, 50 Rounds of Ammo to School

December 21, 2012
Fresno County (Calif.) Sherrif's deputies arrested a 14-year-old Central High School student on Thursday for bringing a .25-caliber semi-automatic handgun and 50 rounds of ammunition to campus.

Is Your SWAT Team Really Ready?

March 23, 2010
Two Lenco Bearcat armored rescue vehicles (ARVs) were used to move perimeter personnel farther back and out of the suspect's line of fire. Ultimately as many as 200 officers from many LE agencies responded to the mutual aid calls for assistance. A number of SWAT teams answered the call and worked the inner perimeter.

Officer in Northern California Shootout Dies

March 1, 2010
Officer Javier Bejar, one of the victims in Thursday's officer-involved shooting in Minkler, Calif., has died. The member of the Reedley (Calif.) Police Department was taken off life support about 5:30 a.m., the department announced.

Identities of Two Deputies Shot in Northern California Released

February 26, 2010
Fresno County (Calif.) Sheriff Margaret Mims has released the identities of the two deputies -- one of whom has died -- involved in Thursday's shooting in Minkler, the Fresno Bee reports.

Two Sheriff's Deputies, Officer Shot in Northern California

February 25, 2010
One Fresno County sheriff's deputy was killed and another injured. A Reedley police officer also was taken to the hospital in critical condition with a wound to the head, officials said.
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