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STANISLAUS COUNTY Address

Stanislaus County Jail
424 EAST HACKETT ROAD
MODESTO, CA
95358

STANISLAUS COUNTY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 1362
Inmate Capacity: 622
Year Constructed: 1992
Full-Time Staff: 244
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(209) 525-5621

Sonoma County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 638
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 5
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 73
Robbery 58
Aggravated Assault 502
Property Crime 1,468
Burglary 517
Larceny-theft 937
Motor Vehicle Theft 14
Arson 19
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 11:26am
Knights Ferry Search Update: The body of 5-year-old Matilda Ortiz was located and recovered from the Stanislaus River. She was located by volunteers searching the area at around 4:45 this afternoon.
Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 6:51am
Update on Search for Missing Patterson Girl on the Stanislaus River https://t.co/f3QrPjeQSo
Sunday, March 17th, 2019 at 1:17pm
WATER RESCUE UPDATE: Unfortunately due darkness, the high water flow of the Stanislaus River, and terrain, the search for the 5-year old victim had be to called off for the night. Deputies will be back out in the morning to resume their search. https://t.co/7wvBwnS7pG StanSheriff photo
Sunday, March 17th, 2019 at 12:46pm
WATER RESCUE UPDATE: A 5-year old girl remains missing after slipping off the rocks and falling into the river near the covered bridge at about 5pm. Family members & bystanders attempted to rescue her, but were unable reach her. The search is currently on going. https://t.co/j00VgKfCFO StanSheriff photo
Sunday, March 17th, 2019 at 12:12pm
Several agencies are currently on scene of a water rescue on the Stanislaus River in Knights Ferry. Several people, including a child, were reported missing in the river. Emergency crews are searching from the air and with fire boats. https://t.co/5yKVKNmlFl StanSheriff photo

Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

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Stanislaus County Sheriff's DepartmentThursday, March 21st, 2019 at 4:00am
Car Seat Check Up Event!!!

Waterford High School

March 23, 2019 9:00am-12:00pm

All parents and grandparents or anyone that transports children, come out and have certified car seat safety technicians show you how to properly install your car seat and/or replace it if needed.
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Stanislaus County Sheriff's DepartmentWednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 2:22pm
Sheriff’s Officials have confirmed that the body of 5-year-old Matilda Ortiz has been recovered from the Stanislaus River where it was located by volunteers searching the area at around 4:45 this afternoon. Matilda’s family has verified that the body recovered was the missing 5-year-old who fell into the river on Sunday at 5:00 PM.

UPDATE 7:00 PM
Matilda was located under the water by volunteer divers who are also river guides with extensive training in swift water rescue and recovery. Her body was found near the area of the Knights Ferry Campground in the 17000 Block of Frymire Road.
The New Melones Dam has resumed the release of water now that Matilda has been found so expect the river to rise back to previous levels throughout the evening.
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Stanislaus County Sheriff's DepartmentWednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 11:04am
Knights Ferry Search Update:

Knights Ferry CA – Since early Monday morning, Sheriff’s Department Officials have been working with multiple state agencies to slow the flow of water from the New Melones Dam in an effort to lower the levels of the Stanislaus River to help in the search for Matilda Ortiz (5-years-old, Patterson). Ortiz slipped into the river around 5:00 PM on Sunday (3/17) and a search has been ongoing. Deputies and firefighters from Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District worked to locate Ortiz until around 9:00 PM Sunday until darkness made the conditions too unsafe. Helicopters were also used to search the river for the missing child.

The river flow was approximately 4200 CFS (cubic foot per second) on Sunday when Ortiz fell into the river. This makes the water very rapid and deep, which makes for potentially dangerous conditions. Rescuers continued to search on Monday while Sheriff’s officials worked with various state agencies to restrict the flow of water from the New Melones Dam. At one point on Monday, a Fire boat capsized due to the dangerous river conditions. Thankfully, nobody was injured.

Personnel trained in swift water rescue and recovery have continually been out on the river each day, but efforts have been hampered by the dangerous conditions. At midnight on Wednesday (3/20) officials began the process of reducing the flow of water from New Melones Dam. This will continue steadily throughout the day until sunrise on Thursday (3/21) when officials anticipate the river to be just below 2000 CFS which is over half of what it has been. The river flow can only be reduced until 4:00 PM on Friday (3/22) when they will have to begin releasing water from the dam again.

“This window of opportunity with a lower river flow will allow for more resources to help with the search,” said Sheriff Jeff Dirkse. “We have been working closely with our partners in public safety to put together a plan that will hopefully help us to locate Matilda Ortiz.” The Sheriff’s Department will have several deputies on jet skis out on the river. In addition, the Sheriff’s Department Dive Team will be attempting to check the water as safety allows. The Sheriff’s Department Mobile Field Force has been activated to assist the resources out on the water and the helicopter and drones will be utilized as well. Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Department will be in boats and Oak Valley Ambulance crews will be there to assist in the event of an emergency.

Search teams will be meeting up at 6:30 AM to brief and plan to be actively searching until around 5:00 PM on Thursday. If needed, all of these resources will be deployed again on Friday until 4:00 PM when the water release from the dam is increased.

The Sheriff’s Department is requesting that citizens stay out of the area so that rescuers can focus on the task. There have been many reports on social media of people wanting to respond and assist in the search, however, there are concerns from officials that inexperienced citizens could fall victim of the dangerous waters.

“We have trained personnel utilizing many different resources to find Matilda,” said Dirkse. “While we appreciate people’s willingness to help, we are also concerned that it could hamper our search efforts.” Rescuers will be coordinating with drones and helicopters for safety in the air. Rescue boats and jet skis will be coordinating with divers for safety on the water.

As a reminder, no motorized craft other than rescue vessels are allowed on the Stanislaus River east of the Highway 120 bridge in Oakdale. Officials also want to warn people to be prepared for the river to rise significantly after 4:00 PM on Friday when the water release from the New Melones Dam is increased back to normal.

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Stanislaus County Sheriff's DepartmentTuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 3:36pm
Since the tragic event, Sunday evening on the #StanislausRiver in Knights Ferry, California, the Sheriff’s Department along with Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District’s Swift Water Rescue Team has been searching for little Matilda. We have been using boats, drones, and an underwater camera.
This tragic event has touched so many people, including the first responders that searched and continue to search for her.

Please continue to pray for the family, that we can bring some closure. Our hearts break for them and little Matilda.
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Stanislaus County Sheriff's DepartmentTuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 4:26am
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Stanislaus County Sheriff's DepartmentMonday, March 18th, 2019 at 2:00am
Early this morning, one of our deputies was leaving our office on Hackett Road when he saw a pick up turn onto Hackett Road from Crows Landing Road. What caught the Deputy’s attending was that both passenger side tires on the truck were flat and off the rim.

The Deputy attempted to do a traffic stop on the truck, but the driver continued driving until he reached the gate of the Public Safety Center Jail. Upon contacting the driver, he appeared to be intoxicated. CHP - Modesto Officers responded and conducted a DUI investigation. The driver ultimately was arrested for DUI. The driver then was given a personal escort into jail when he was booked.

We are thankful nobody was serious injured because of this drunk drivers bad decision.