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Juvenile Arrested Following Threats At Coarsegold School

COARSEGOLD – A male juvenile is in custody after allegedly making threats at his school in Coarsegold. Shortly after 9 a.m. this morning, Madera County School Resource Deputy Melanie Hopper was contacted by the principal of Coarsegold Elementary School to investigate possible threats made by a student. The nature of the threats has not been released, but during the course ...

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Boating At Bass Lake? Here’s What You Need To Know

BASS LAKE – It’s that time of year again – the Madera County Sheriff’s Office Boat Patrol is back on the water at beautiful Bass Lake. As the weather warms up and lake activity increases, deputies will be providing proactive enforcement to all boating and safety violations, including boating under the influence. The Sheriff’s Office warns that any and all ...

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Madera Sheriff’s Office Welcomes Three New Deputies

MADERA – The Madera County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) officially welcomed three newly sworn deputies to their ranks at today’s Board of Supervisors meeting. Deputy Sheriffs Michael Lewis, Andre Pena and Johnathan Rodriguez all successfully graduated from State Center Police Academy Class #154 on Friday, Apr. 5. This distinguished group of deputies were sponsored as Cadets by the Madera County Sheriff’s ...

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Register Now For California Boater Card Class In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – California law requires that by 2025, anyone operating a motor-powered vessel on California waterways take a boater safety course and obtain a California Boater Card. Vessel operators ages 16-25 are required to have a California Boater Card as of January 2018. All ages will be required to have the card in 2025. The Madera County Sheriff’s Office is ...

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Caller Impersonating Madera Sheriff Sergeant, It’s A Scam

MADERA COUNTY – The Madera County Sheriff’s Office is warning citizens about a man who has been making phone calls to residents throughout the county impersonating a sheriff’s sergeant regarding outstanding warrants. This is a scam! The Sheriff’s Office will never request funds or personal identifying information over the phone. If you receive a phone call of this nature, please ...

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Sheriff Seeks Public’s Help To Solve Multiple Commercial Burglaries

MADERA – The Madera County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in gathering information related to a string of commercial burglaries. The crimes occurred in Eastern Madera County in the late evening hours of Sunday, Jan. 20, and the early morning of Monday, Jan. 21. On Jan. 20, shortly after 11 p.m., deputies responded to Grocery Outlet in Oakhurst ...

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Madera Sheriff Searching For Missing At-Risk Man

MADERA -The Madera County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing at-risk adult. **UPDATE: Missing at risk adult Sotero Diaz has been safely located, And is being reunited with his family in Madera.** Original Post: Sotero Diaz was last seen leaving his residence in the Bonadelle Ranchos area in Madera around 3:45a.m. on Monday, Nov. 19, ...

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Public Comment Period On Madera Sheriff OES Emergency Plans

MADERA – The Madera County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services is placing three County Emergency Plans out for public comment. The three plans are described as follows: Emergency Operations Plan: This plan is a framework document which outlines how the County will respond to an emergency. The EOP sets guidelines to manage a disaster in an effective, efficient, and timely ...

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Meet Your First Responders At National Night Out This Tuesday

OAKHURST — Bring the whole family to National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 2, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Old Mill Shopping Center (Vons) in Oakhurst, and meet your local first responders. This is a community awareness-raising event designed to highlight the important relationship between community members and our local emergency programs, first responders, non-profits and law enforcement, ...

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