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August 12, 2020

$15K reward offered in traffic projectile case

Authorities are offering a cash reward for information leading to the prosecution of the person or people who throughout 2019 have thrown objects at dozens of moving cars along Highways 156 and 101 through San Benito and Monterey counties.

DA: Officers ‘saved lives’ at Gilroy Garlic Festival

An investigation into the deadly July 28, 2019 Garlic Festival shooting found that three Gilroy police officers acted lawfully when they fired multiple shots at suspect Santino Legan, striking him several times before he shot himself in the head.

Suspect shoots crossbow at Gilroy motel

A guest at a local motel told police that someone shot at them with a crossbow or similar weapon on Dec. 11, according to authorities.

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Suspected Nuestra Familia leader from Hollister was a commander on streets

The suspected top Nuestra Familia gang member in the Central

Firefighters expect to fully contain mountain fire today

Firefighters expect to have a fire that broke out early Sunday

Police: Don’t drink and drive on Super Bowl Sunday

Football fans who plan on partying hard while watching the Super Bowl football game Feb. 2 should be sure they have a safe ride home after the game, Gilroy police advise. “If you plan on drinking, plan for a...

DUI checkpoint Dec. 13 in Gilroy

The Gilroy Police Department’s traffic unit will conduct a DUI and driver's license checkpoint at an undisclosed location within the city limits on Dec. 13.

Lawsuit: Garlic Fest should use DHS safety guide

Organizers of the Gilroy Garlic Festival did not follow a lengthy list of recommendations from U.S. authorities on how to properly secure large outdoor public gatherings, according to a lawsuit filed by five victims of the July 28 mass shooting at Christmas Hill Park.