The trial for a Hollister man accused of shooting and killing 19-year-old Ariana Zendejas has been delayed again, as the suspect was ordered back to court June 27 for a hearing to set his trial date.
Hollister Police forced entry into a locked vehicle to save two pit bull dogs who appeared to be suffering in the sweltering triple-digit heat, according to authorities.
Two adults and a juvenile were arrested earlier this week for spray-painting gang-related graffiti on the walls of a local elementary school, according to Hollister Police.
Police are looking for a man who stole an "expensive" amount of merchandise twice in one day from the Hollister Target store, according to authorities.
Hollister Police arrested three local men whom police called “gang associates” on suspicion of possession of a firearm after conducting a vehicle stop for a traffic violation, authorities reported.
A 24-year-old Hollister woman was killed in a head-on collision on Highway 25 in Hollister Sunday evening, and police arrested a man for drunk driving who was suspected of causing the accident.
San Juan Bautista City Councilmember Dan DeVries was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence in May, but the district attorney has not charged him with a crime, according to authorities.
Police arrested a teenager who was driving through downtown Hollister with a loaded handgun and alcohol, according to authorities.
A recent gang member compliance check by local law enforcement authorities resulted in two arrests and the discovery that three residents are in violation of their post-release sentencing terms, according to police.
The suspect who allegedly shot and killed 19-year-old Ariana Zendejas in 2014 and hid out in Mexico the next four years will not face a jury trial until after June 13.

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