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Stabbing, Vehicle Theft and Animal Cruelty Keep Deputies Busy

MOUNTAIN AREA – Sheriff’s deputies had a busy day over the 4th of July, keeping law and order. Here is a wrap-up of some of the local happenings:

Bass Lake – A fight between several people sent a 20-year old Oakhurst man to an area hospital with a stab wound.

Robert Lee HuberDeputies responded to Robin Lane at around 7:30 Thursday night. Two men were arrested shortly after the melee:

Robert Lee Huber, 20, of Oakhurst and Damian Shannon Reed, 18, of Oakhurst were transported to Madera County Department of Corrections and booked on suspicion of assault with deadly weapon.

Damian Shannon ReedIt is not known at this hour what prompted the fight.

The investigation is ongoing.

Oakhurst – A 51-year old Mountain View woman vacationing in Bass Lake is facing charges of great bodily injury to an animal – accused of leaving a miniature Doberman inside her car in 90-95 degree heat for roughly an hour on Thursday.

At high noon the small dog was found on the floorboard under the steering wheel and “heavily panting” when a citizen, concerned for the dog’s welfare, telephoned authorities. The windows were open roughly 2 inches.

The woman admitted to leaving the dog in the car while shopping for groceries in Oakhurst.

The Mountain View woman is expected to appear in Bass Lake Court Aug. 20.

Michael Dwuane RosendahlNorth Fork – A parolee at large and driving a stolen vehicle, led Deputies on a chase from North to Fork into Fresno Thursday afternoon.

Michael Dwuane Rosendahl, 31, of Tollhouse was captured by authorities in Auberry where he was taken into custody without further incident.

He remains jailed without bail, facing numerous felony charges including vehicle theft, evading police, possession of stolen property and parole violation.

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