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Deputies Handle Variety Of Calls During Week
Stanislaus County Sheriff

Riverbank Police Services (RPS) deputies handled several calls this past week including parole violations, public intoxication, and warrant arrests. Listed below are details on some of those calls.

On Monday, May 24 in the afternoon, deputies located a subject passed out in their vehicle near Third and Sierra Streets. The 24-year-old was subsequently arrested for public intoxication.

Detectives and the community resource deputy coordinated with the Probation Department to conduct probation compliance checks of several probationers throughout the city on Saturday, May 22 in the morning. Subjects identified by authorities as Ashlie McClure (28), Joseph Boatman (29), Adrianna Brown (26), and Miguel Nieto (33) were all arrested for violation of their probation terms. During the compliance checks, methamphetamine and a handgun was located at one of the residences.

“This is a great example of the teamwork and partnership with our allied agencies to keep the city safe,” noted officials.

On Saturday afternoon, deputies were dispatched to a person sleeping on the sidewalk in front of the Petco in the Crossroads Shopping Center. A 43-year-old man was arrested for public intoxication and a parole violation.

Just after midnight on Friday, May 21, deputies stopped a vehicle for vehicle code violations near Eighth Street and Iowa Avenue. The driver, Cory Bridgeman (34), was arrested for an outstanding felony warrant.

Around midnight on Thursday, May 19, deputies stopped a vehicle for vehicle code violations near Rose Hill Lane and Rose Hill Court. A 49-year-old man was arrested for outstanding warrants.

Deputies responded to Jacob Myers Park on a death investigation during the afternoon on Tuesday, May 18. Deputies located a deceased adult male in the park near the west end. San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office responded and took over the investigation.

Also on Tuesday, deputies investigated a burglary at the Barber College in Riverbank. Deputies were able to identify those responsible through video surveillance and they even located the stolen property at a local scrap recycler. Police reported that Jaime Clayton (27) and Jason Baker (44) were located in the city and they were arrested for commercial burglary.

Around noon on Monday, May 17, deputies received information Jihad Muhammad (23) was in the area of the Self-Help Credit Union on Patterson Road and that he had no bail warrants out of the Bay Area. After the warrants were confirmed, deputies located Jihad and placed him into custody without incident.

Deputies responded to Castleberg Park for the report of 20 to 30 juveniles in a fight on Monday evening last week. As deputies arrived the majority fled the scene. Deputies contacted several parents to pick up their juveniles.