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Top Fresno news: Man robs 2 boys walking home from school; excessive force suit filed against police

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Fresno.

Man robs two 12-year-old boys walking home from Fresno area school

Fresno Police are investigating after two young boys were robbed on their way home from school. Officers say that two 12-year-old boys were walking home from Computech Middle School when they were approached by a man. 

Read the full story on FOX26.

100 Fresno businesses told to remove razor wire around their property by city

A business owner who received a Code Enforcement complaint turned in 100 other businesses which had razor wire. They were all sent notices and have 30 days to take it down.

Read the full story on ABC30 Action News.

One person arrested and another suspect identified in River Park armed robbery

FRESNO, California (KSEE/KGPE) – One person was arrested and another suspect was identified Thursday in the armed robbery of two people.

Read the full story on Stefani Booroojian KSEE 24 News.

Lawsuit says Fresno Police used excessive force against teenager

The 17-year-old, London Wallace, was in an apartment at a party when officers conducting a probation search arrived. An officer hit him several times, the lawsuit says.

Read the full story on The New York Times.

Fresno to announce new police chief at Friday press conference

FRESNO, California (KSEE/KGPE) – Fresno Mayor Lee Brand and City Manager Wilma Quan are holding a press conference Friday at city hall in downtown Fresno to announce the new police chief.

Read the full story on Stefani Booroojian KSEE 24 News.


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