The Merced County District Attorney’s Office has been selected to receive $373,000 through the federal Victims of Crime Act.
A press conference on a major Central Valley law enforcement operation targeting La Familia Michoacana has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. Monday, December 12, 2011 at the Merced County District Attorney’s office, 550 W. Main St. in Merced. The press confere...[Additional info...]
A 25-year old Merced woman was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison in connection with the drowning death of her two-year old daughter. Rachel Ladonna Harris pled no contest in Merced County Superior Court to one count of involuntary manslaughter a...[Additional info...]
A public grand opening and dedication ceremony for the Merced County District Attorney’s new office will be held at noon Friday, November 18th in the courtyard behind the office at 550 W. Main St. in Merced. Tours will be conducted by District Attorney s...[Additional info...]
Crime Stoppers is a nationally recognized program that encourages citizens to provide confidential information leading to the arrest of criminals. On Wednesday, during a press conference on the steps of the historic County Courthouse, local community and...[Additional info...]
Merced County law enforcement leaders will join District Attorney Larry D. Morse II at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 21 on the steps of Courthouse Park at 21st and N St to announce the launch of Merced Area Crime Stoppers.