Police said the suspect took the parent's vehicle without permission.
Usual methods for disposing of unused medicines such as flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash pose potential safety and health hazards.
A 'substantial' amount of money was taken from the automatic teller.
Hollister Police Department responds to a report of suspicious activity. After searching the campus police say students are safe.
Staff was evacuated safely. No students were on campus at the time of the fire.
Downed power lines in the area started a brush fire.
Courtney Evans was arrested on Dec. 15 when she refused to wear a mask during a Board of Supervisors meeting.
The accident location is the same where a pedestrian was killed on June 20.
Bea Gonzales said she is not disappointed with the outcome.
The district will pay the City of Hollister $253,650 over a three-year period to provide police services on and around the campus for students, staff and visitors.
Jose Antonio Barajas’ trial begins Oct. 4; Manuel Martinez Vasquez comes back to court Oct. 28.
He is charged with eight felonies and has been held without bail for three years.
The S.A.F.E. team responded to the scene and Officer Esqueda talked to individual into putting his weapons down.
The Hollister Police Department arrested a man Sept. 7, on gun & other charges after a vehicle pursuit.
The San Benito County’s Office of Emergency Services has plans for most emergencies, but says residents also need to have plans to survive the initial days or weeks following a disaster.
Agency says current drought conditions have resulted in exceptionally low moisture content in both live and dead vegetation.
District Attorney will review police report and decide whether to file charges soon.
56 year-old man was arrested after being observed by residents as he looked into cars.