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UPDATED: Missing teen’s father not a suspect, authorities say

Investigators are still in the process of interviewing area sex crimes offenders, as well as any teens in Morgan Hill and Fremont who might know anything about missing teen Sierra LaMar.

Police: Hotel robberies might be related to Hollister crimes

Morgan Hill police are investigating an armed robbery at a local hotel that might be related to two similar incidents that occurred in Hollister in recent days. 

Drive-by plea hearing postponed

A plea hearing for the five suspects accused of the Nov. 4, 2011 murder of Tara Romero was rescheduled Thursday.

Robbery, kidnapping suspects at large

Police say three suspects remain at large after robbing, carjacking and kidnapping a man Saturday afternoon in downtown Gilroy.

Still few details about Feb. 2 FBI raid

Few details have emerged in the week following an early morning raid in Gilroy, in which a 42-year-old man wanted by local police was apprehended by federal agents on yet-to-be-announced charges.

Friends, family celebrate Tara Romero’s birthday

Friends and family of Tara Romero celebrated the teen murder victim's birthday yesterday at the scene of her death.

FBI agents raid Lewis Street home

FBI agents and Gilroy Police Department officers raided a home on the 200 block of Lewis Street early Thursday morning, the GPD has confirmed.

Gilroy woman arrested after wreck killed husband, daughter

A Gilroy woman was arrested Saturday on suspicion of driving under the influence after an accident in San Jose that killed her husband and daughter, the California Highway Patrol said.

Amber Alert suspect sentenced to one year in jail

The woman who created a statewide Amber Alert last May, with the help of a fugitive accomplice, was sentenced to jail time and probation for her involvement in the accidental kidnapping.

Free Lance Editorial: Consolidation report deserves deeper look

Considering a modest, maximum savings of $316,000 annually and the likely benefits of having one cohesive law enforcement agency, Hollister officials should lead the charge in getting the city and county to agree on consolidation of the police and sheriff's departments.