FBI Impersonator Convicted Of Defrauding Assyrian Immigrants In CeresA federal jury has convicted an Arizona man of impersonating an FBI agent to defraud immigrants in California, officials said Monday.
'Improvised Explosive Device' Found At Softball Field In CeresA homemade explosive device was found at a baseball field in Ceres on Saturday, said the Ceres Police Department.
8 People Detained, 1 In Custody After Shots Fired In CeresSeveral people were detained and at least one person is in custody after shots were fired near a Ceres intersection, authorities said Friday night.
Officers Catch Suspect In The Act Of Illegally Dumping Trash In CeresA person suspected of illegally dumping trash in rural Ceres was caught in the act by officers Tuesday night.
Fire Starts Between Two Homes In Ceres, Spreads To Attics; Several People DisplacedSeveral people have been displaced after a fire that started between two homes quickly spread early Tuesday morning.
Shelter-In-Place Lifted In Ceres After Fire Burns At Farm Supply FacilityThe warehouse is filled with sulphur and prompted emergency crews to ask residents and businesses in a one-mile radius to stay inside for around eight hours.
Turlock Man Allegedly Stabs Officer With Concealed Weapon During PursuitAround 6 p.m. on Saturday an officer was stabbed with a concealed weapon during a foot pursuit following an alleged robbery, said the Ceres Police Department.
Man, 26, Suspected Of Attacking Ceres Grocery Store Employees After Trying To Steal Delivery TruckA man suspected of trying to steal a delivery truck at Ceres grocery store has been arrested after he also allegedly attacked employees with a 2x4.
Fire Breaks Out At Home In CeresInvestigators are looking into the cause of a house fire in Stanislaus County. 
Police: Man Shot At Ceres Home By Resident Was Armed And Trying To Get InAuthorities say the person that was found shot at a Ceres home early Thursday morning was an armed intruder.
Crews Extinguish Ceres Apartment Fire On Sequoia StreetA residential fire in Ceres on Sequoia Street burned through one unit of a second-floor apartment, said the Modesto Fire Department.