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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Five South Valley men, including two from Gilroy and two from San Martin, were charged with running a $235,948 insurance scam where they faked 18 car accidents and billed insurance companies for work that was never done. Brothers Angel Topete,...
Gilroy Police are investigating the first homicide of 2017. Here's their press release: On November 29, 2017, at 4:34 p.m., officers from the Gilroy Police Department responded to a report of a shooting on the 7500 block of Alexander Street....
Gilroy police and a county computer investigating team found two additional skimmers on gas pumps at the Chevron Gas Station, located at 7999 Westwood Drive in Gilroy. Chevron and Valero gas stations are cooperating with investigators as they search for...
The Gilroy Police Department has been inundated with credit card fraud cases over the weekend. During the investigation of these cases, it was learned the majority of victims used their credit/ATM cards at the Valero gas station, located...
Youth crime in Gilroy has dropped almost 50 percent over the past three years, after an intensive school program funded by a $500,000 a year grant, according to a report by the South County Youth Task Force. Arrests of youths...
A Morgan Hill Police Officer who lives in Gilroy, Todd Davis, quickly applied his training and a donated portable resuscitation device to save an elderly resident’s life earlier this month, according to authorities. Davis was on patrol Oct. 4 when...
The Gilroy Police department will spend $32,000 next summer to keep two officers patrolling downtown Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm to 10pm after the reported success of a pilot program this year. Saying that keeping the downtown safe is...
The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department is advising residents to take precautions due to the visible smoke in the air. The current situation is a result of very unhealthy air quality from the wildfires in the North Bay and is causing unprecedented levels of air pollution throughout the Bay Area.
Former San Benito School Superintendent John Perales, was sentenced to two years of court probation last week for brandishing a gun at a person in a car parked outside his Gilroy house in October, 2016.
On Saturday, October 7, 2017, a Gilroy High School student posted a photo of a rifle and ammunition on “Snapchat.” The photo contained the text, “No one show up to school on Monday.” The posting was reported to the Gilroy Police Department.

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