Social services workers with Turning Point and Telecare visited Friday (08-11-17) at 624 Ninth Street in Modesto, Calif. to offer assistance to tenants there. The apartment building is in the process of being condemned by the City of Modesto and tenants have been given notice to leave.
Checking In With Tenant At Condemned Building
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Standoff at west Modesto mini-market
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A man surrendered after a two-hour standoff at a Maze Boulevard mini-market on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017. Modesto Police Department officers were called to the scene after a report of a man waving a firearm. When they arrived, he entered the store.
Officers with the Modesto Police Department swarmed the A&M Gas MiniMart on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, a few hours after a man ran into the store with a firearm. Police evacuated the store and negotiated with the suspect. At about 5:45 p.m., he was taken into custody.
The scene in Modesto, California, at Crystal Creamery, where a man was found dead on the roof on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017. Heather Graves, a Modesto Police Department spokeswoman, said the man is believed to be a transient. Her department is conducting a death investigation.
Workers with the city of Modesto put the finishing touches on stop signs that went in n on Floyd Avenue in Village I on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017. The intersection at Millbrook Avenue, which had been controlled by stop signs on Millbrook, has been the site of several accidents, some including young children.
A ceremony Monday (07-31-17) marked the opening of the Juvenile Justice Center's library in Modesto, Calif. Youth services outreach librarian Olga Cardenas speaks about the positive influence that reading can have on juvenile offenders.
A big rig carrying a heavy load of mulch overturned on the Highway 99 onramp at Crows Landing Road in Modesto, California, on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. CHP Sgt. Shane McConnel said the driver took the turn a little too quickly for the size load. The driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. The onramp was closed for roughly four hours, re-opening at approximately 4:45 p.m..
About a dozen social service agencies were on hand Tuesday morning (07-25-17) at 624 Ninth street in Modesto,Calif. to offer help to tenants that need to move while the apartment building is being condemned by the city.