If you have information on their whereabouts call the Madera County Sheriff's Office at 559-675-7770, or Valley Crime Stoppers 559-498-STOP. You can remain anonymous, and may be eligible to collect $1,000 for your information.
How Valley Crime Stoppers works: If you have information on a wanted felon, call the confidential tip line for Valley Crime Stoppers and provide the information.
Earlier today, the Sheriff's Office mobilized a search for the pair, reportedly missing in the area of Muglers Meadow, located in the Sierra National Forest.
According to reports, the child first heard someone scream "Hey!" She stopped and turned around to see who was yelling, and that is when he grabbed her by the hair.
Edward Arthur Zamora, 46, was wanted on three felony narcotic warrants, including special allegation charges. He was seen parked alongside the road, just off Highway 41 near Black Oak Road, arguing with three women just before 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Citizens reported seeing a man, later identified as Bodie Press, 32, looking into cars in the parking lot at Oakhurst Park.
Deputy Paul Chetwood later found the inebriated subject kneeling outside a liquor store off Highway 41.
On Tuesday, Sept. 30, Water District employees, clearing bamboo from the banks of the slough, discovered two separate marijuana plots, and alerted the Sheriff's Office. Due to the enormity of the crop, deputies turned the case over to MADNET (Madera County Narcotic Enforcement Team).
With agents already handling another massive marijuana growing operation that same day, they tackled the 200 plants Wednesday at sunup.
Charles Ray Shipp, age 62, reportedly walked into his ex-girlfriend's home, armed with a shotgun, and said, "This is how it's gonna end."
The woman was able to fend him off, but not before he fired at least two shots inside her house. She suffered minor injuries.