Bryan Parry King, 47, whose last known residence is Coarsegold, was reportedly working in the facility's kitchen area, when he went to take the trash out and jumped the fence.
His last known direction of travel was west on Olive Avenue.
BASS LAKE – While yesterday's search for a 19-year-old Colorado woman reported missing at Bass Lake ended on a high note, Sheriff John Anderson says the incident should serve as a good reminder to everyone who ventures out alone.
The unnamed jogger was part of a family contingent enjoying a reunion at Bass Lake.
At 8:45 a.m. on Sunday, July 6, William Warner, 72, of Glendale, was pulling out from the store in a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, turning left to head west on Road 222.
On May 31, a Mariposa area business owner reported to the Sheriff's Office that a customer had exposed himself to her during a transaction inside the business.
According to the Sheriff's Office, they do not suspect foul play at this juncture, and no further details will be released unless it is determined that a crime has been committed.
On Thursday afternoon, June 26, detectives from the Sheriff's Office served a search warrant at a parcel located on Wild Horse Lane, located about 15 miles south of the town of Mariposa.
Boatright was eastbound on Highway 145 from Highway 41 in a 2009 Chevrolet at approximately 40 mph, according to CHP, when for unknown reasons, she veered into the path of a westbound tour bus.
Just after 5 p.m. this afternoon a tour bus filled with passengers was hit head-on when a small sedan, driven by a woman who has yet to be identified, veered into its lane, according to CHP.