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The Clovis Police Department has arrested the driver of a vehicle that struck and killed a bicyclist on April 20, 2016 at Shaw Ave./Leonard Ave. 27 year-old Rondrick Stubbs was arrested and booked into Fresno County Jail this afternoon on one misdemeanor count of vehicular manslaughter after the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office issued the warrant.
Clovis Police arrested Bernardo Madueno, 34 years of age, yesterday on one count of attempted homicide. Clovis Police responded in May of 2015 to the area of Villa Ave and Sierra Ave for several calls of shots being fired. They found a female victim with multiple gunshot wounds lying in the street. The investigation showed that the victim’s boyfriend of 16 years shot her and fled the scene. Madueno then fled the country and investigators have been working with the United States Marshal Service to find and return him for trial. Madueno was found in Mexico and with the help of the United States Marshal Service was brought back to the United States and arrested without incident.
Last evening, the Clovis City Council appointed Luke Serpa as the Interim City Manager to become effective on December 31, 2016, following the retirement of the current City Manager Rob Woolley. Serpa’s appointment as Interim City Manager was a unanimous vote by all five Council Members.
Clovis City Manager Rob Woolley has announced his plans to retire effective December 30, 2016. He has been with the City of Clovis for over 30 years in the positions of Deputy Finance Director, Finance Director, and the last 6 years as City Manager.
After serving on the Clovis City Council for 46 years, Councilmember William “Harry” Armstrong will be announcing his official retirement at the Clovis City Council Meeting on Monday, October 17. An open reception will be held from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. at Clovis City Hall where dignitaries and friends are invited to come celebrate and honor him.
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