Deputies Re­port Sev­eral Ar­rests Around City

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River­bank Po­lice Ser­vices deputies have been pa­trolling the city streets mak­ing ar­rests and keep­ing the com­mu­nity safe. Here is a look at some of the sig­nif­i­cant calls over the past cou­ple of weeks.

On Wed­nes­day, June 6 dur­ing the grave­yard shift Deputies made con­tact with a 24-year-old man for a mu­nic­i­pal code vi­o­la­tion. He was also found to be in pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia and was taken into cus­tody.

Deputies as­sisted Pro­ba­tion Of­fi­cers ad­min­is­ter­ing com­pli­ance checks in the River­bank area on Satur­day, June 2. Dur­ing this op­er­a­tion two sub­jects were ar­rested. One was ar­rested for war­rants and a pro­ba­tion vi­o­la­tion and the other, iden­ti­fied as Jeremiah McCarty, 53, was ar­rested for war­rants and new drug charges.

On Fri­day, June 1 Deputies were dis­patched to a re­port of reck­less driv­ing. After lo­cat­ing the ve­hi­cle an en­force­ment stop was con­ducted. The driver, a 28-year-old man, was con­tacted and ar­rested for pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia. Also on Fri­day, the grave­yard and swing shift deputies ar­rested two sus­pects for un­re­lated theft charges from Tar­get.

A 36-year-old man was con­tacted by Deputies dur­ing the grave­yard shift on May 31 for a ve­hi­cle code vi­o­la­tion. He re­fused to stop his bi­cy­cle, deputies said, and also at­tempted to dis­card a small bag of metham­phetamine prior to stop­ping. He was ar­rested and the ev­i­dence was re­cov­ered.

Dur­ing the day shift on Thurs­day, Deputies were dis­patched to the 2800 block of Ross Av­enue where a 27-yearold woman was at the res­i­dence van­dal­iz­ing the vic­tim’s ve­hi­cle with a screw­driver. She bran­dished the screw­driver when the vic­tim tried to get her to leave. She was booked into cus­tody.

Deputies were dis­patched to the 2700 block of Don­ner Trail on Satur­day, May 26 where they de­ter­mined a Sean Barzan, 30 years old, had ar­gued with the vic­tim while at Don Pe­dro Reser­voir. He forced the vic­tim into a ve­hi­cle and drove into Stanis­laus County where he grabbed the vic­tim by the hair and smashed the vic­tim’s head/ face into the dash­board. The vic­tim jumped out of the ve­hi­cle and at­tempted to run away but was caught by Barzan and dragged back into the ve­hi­cle. Barzan also head butted the vic­tim in the face, caus­ing the vic­tim to lose con­scious­ness, ac­cord­ing to deputies. Ad­di­tion­ally, he grabbed the vic­tim’s shirt col­lar and used it to stran­gle them. At one point Barzan showed the vic­tim a gun and threat­ened to shoot the vic­tim. The vic­tim was able to get the gun and throw it out of the ve­hi­cle and was fi­nally able to es­cape from the ve­hi­cle and flag down a passerby to re­port the in­ci­dent. The vic­tim was trans­ported to a lo­cal hospi­tal for treat­ment. Deputies ar­rested Barzan a short time later. He was booked for kid­nap­ping, do­mes­tic vi­o­lence, as­sault by force likely to pro­duce great bod­ily in­jury, crim­i­nal threats, and other crimes. On May 31 the vic­tim went to the sub­sta­tion for fol­low up and was able to show de­tec­tives the route the sus­pect drove and the sus­pect’s gun was lo­cated and re­cov­ered.

If you have any tips re­gard­ing crimes in the area, you can leave an anony­mous tip by call­ing Crime Stop­pers at (209) 521-4636. Tip­sters can also e-mail tips at http:// www. modestopo­lice. com/ CrimeS­top­pers, or text them to CRIMES (274637) by typ­ing “Tip704” plus the mes­sage and be el­i­gi­ble for a cash re­ward.

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