For the first time in Hollister’s history, the city’s police department recently deployed its first all-female team on a single patrol shift on May 15.
The Hollister Police Department will continue to register local sex offenders in person—with social distancing protocols in place—despite an executive order by Gov. Gavin Newsom allowing law enforcement to conduct such registration remotely.
Although we at the police department wholeheartedly appreciate the gesture, we know there are individuals in our community that have not been able to work and are making difficult decisions about purchasing food or paying for other essential items.
A 28-year-old Gilroy man died in a vehicle collision near Hollister after a semi truck ran a red light April 15, according to police.
An impaired woman was arrested after she fought with family members, fled the scene with her 3-year-old son and crashed her vehicle into a parked car, according to police.
Police arrested a Gilroy woman after she led officers and sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase that ended in a crash in Hollister, according to authorities.
Hollister Police are seeking information related to the March 11 assault of a juvenile near Vista Hill Park.
Hollister Police used photos from a home security camera to identify and arrest a local man accused of stealing from parked vehicles, according to authorities.
Jung Choi pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter in relation to the death of Hollister woman Yoon Ji.
Following an investigation, police arrested a San Benito High School student accused of selling narcotics to local juveniles, some of whom were hospitalized after ingesting the drugs.