MOLESTATION SUSPECT ARRESTED: Stanislaus County sheriff's detectives on Thursday arrested a man who a sheriff's spokesman said used liquor, drugs and pornography to lure teenage boys to his Ceres home where he molested them. Detectives arrested William Irving Jr., 44, inset, at his home in the 3600 block of Tamarak Avenue. The investigation began after a 13-year-old boy told his guidance counselor that Irving forced him to commit a sexual act, said deputy Royjindar Singh, a Sheriff's Department spokesman. When detectives searched Irving's home, they found dozens of pornographic movies and a small amount of drugs, Singh said. Authorities arrested Irving on two counts of providing drugs to a minor, two counts of providing pornography to a minor, one count of oral copulation with a minor and one count of criminal threats of violence, Singh said. Detectives believe there may be more victims, Singh said. They ask anyone with information about the case to contact detective Randall Walkins at 525-7085. Callers also can leave an anonymous tip by calling CrimeStoppers at 521-4636 and be eligible for a cash reward.
PRISON TIME FOR BIKER: A Mongols motorcycle club member got two to five years in Nevada state prison for his part in a casino brawl with rival Hells Angels during a biker rally in April 2002 that left a Hughson man and two others dead. Under terms of his plea deal and sentence, Pedro Martinez Jr., 28, could be freed by summer, after credit for time served. Two Hells Angels and a Mongols member died and at least a dozen people were injured in the bloody brawl. The slain Hells Angels were Jeramie Dean Bell, 27, of Hughson and Robert Emmet Tumelty, 50, of Stockton. Martinez became the first of six current and former Mongols members to be sentenced after all took plea deals to avoid trial in the casino fight.