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Free Document Shredding

Central Valley Community Bank is once again offering free shredding of legal documents for personal or business needs.

The mobile shredder will be in different locations throughout the San Joaquin Valley in the coming months. What makes this shredding safe is that papers will be shredded in different locations - to help combat identity theft concerns. 

Click HERE for the full list of shredding locations.


Double Trouble: Thief Takes Two Cars From Same Owner On Same Day

Double Trouble: Thief Takes Two Cars From Same Owner On Same Day

Sanger police are on the lookout for a car thief.

After a chase and a fist fight, he ends up stealing two cars from the same man, on the same day.

"You know when you lose something, you tend to look for it. Sanger is a small enough town where that does happen," said Cpl. Jason Boust with the Sanger Police Department.

A Sanger man tells KMPH, he was pulling up to his house Monday, when he saw a car thief taking off from his driveway with his other car, a Honda.

The owner chased him into a nearby apartment complex, where he rammed his SUV into the Honda, trying to trap the thief.

Both men get out and start fighting, the owner gets thrown to the ground, then the thief hops into his SUV and takes off with it.

Did Sanger Husband Kill His Wife? Man Turns Himself In

Did Sanger Husband Kill His Wife? Man Turns Himself In

A husband is in jail after his wife was found dead inside her Sanger apartment Sunday.

35-year-old Keith Beyer was arrested Monday near Shaver Lake, police say, after negotiators talked him into turning himself in.

Police found Beyer's wife, Sandra Beyer, dead, in her home Sunday after a call from a worried family member.

They also say they found evidence of foul play and immediately labeled the death as a homicide.

Police say they expect to release more details Tuesday, including the charges Beyer is now facing.

Shop Safely This Holiday Season

Shop Safely This Holiday Season


The Better Business Bureau has some safe shopping tips for you this holiday season.

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Man Shot During Home Invasion Robbery In Sanger

Man Shot During Home Invasion Robbery In Sanger

A man is recovering after being shot during a home invasion robbery in Sanger.

It happened around 7 p.m. Monday along Academy Avenue near Central Avenue.

The 47-year-old victim told Fresno County Sheriff's deputies that seven to eight people forced their way into his home and demanded cash.

When he refused to tell them where his money was, one of the suspects shot him in the leg then took off with his wallet and cell phone.

The victim was taken to Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno. He's expected to be okay.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

Deadly Shooting In Sanger

Deadly Shooting In Sanger

A man is dead after being shot in Sanger, and police believe they've caught the person responsible for killing him.

The 25-year-old man was shot in the head outside a home along Faller Avenue near Jensen Avenue around 10 p.m. Saturday. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Sanger Police arrested a 19-year-old on suspicion of murder, and recovered the gun believed to have been used.

At this time, all detectives know is that there was an argument before the man was shot.

Authorities have not identified the victim or the suspect.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Sanger Police Department at (559) 875-8521.


School Break-In: Teen Boys Arrested In Sanger

School Break-In: Teen Boys Arrested In Sanger

Police have arrested two teenagers accused of breaking into a Sanger school and stealing $9,000 worth of equipment.

Sanger Police say they were called to Hallmark Charter School in the 2400 block of 9th Street at about 12:45 a.m. Thursday after a burglary alarm went off.

When officers got there, they discovered that a classroom window had been broken and several computers and other items were missing.

Officers, with the help of the Fresno County Sheriff's helicopter, spotted a group of teenagers running away from the school.

Two teen boys, both from Sanger, were arrested on suspicion of burglary. Police say they're still looking for at least two others in connection with this case.

All of the stolen items were recovered.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Garza at (559) 876-6365.