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Tag: Juliani Cardenas

February 1, 2011 | 12:00 pm

Boy’s Body Believed to be Juliani Cardenas’ Found in Delta-Mendota Canal

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Update 12:15 p.m. A press conference by Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson is now over. Christianson said a boy’s body matching the description of Juliani Cardenas was found in the canal this morning by water authority employees. Law enforcement believes Jose Rodriguez, Juliani’s abductor, is also in the canal but they are treating the abduction […]

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January 28, 2011 | 6:32 pm

Sheriff Says No Bodies Found in Car Pulled From Canal

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From KTVU: The Stanislaus County Sheriff said that no bodies were found in the vehicle used to kidnap Patterson four-year-old Juliani Cardenas that was pulled from the murky waters of the Delta-Mendota Canal early Friday evening. A dive team that entered the murky waters of the Delta-Mendota Canal late Friday afternoon to try and recover […]

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January 26, 2011 | 9:50 am

Update on Search for Juliani Cardenas

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KCRA rolling updates Tire Receipt May Hold Key To Cardenas Canal Search (KTVU) Family Vigil Marks One Week Since Boy’s Abduction (KRXI Reno) ‘Frustrating’ canal search finds more vehicles (Sacramento Bee)

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January 25, 2011 | 9:44 am

Update on Search for Juliani Cardenas

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Today’s developments: Dogs used in Patterson canal search; divers head back Tuesday (Modesto Bee) Juliani’s mother believes adbuctor was on Meth (News 10 Sacramento) Video: Interview with Juliani’s mother (Modesto Bee) Video: Interview with Donna Avila, mother of suspected abductor Jose Esteban Rodriguez (KTVU) Rolling updates (KCRA)

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January 24, 2011 | 7:55 pm

Canal Search for Abductor’s Car to Resume Tuesday

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From the Patterson Irrigator: Stanislaus County Sheriff’s investigators plan to resume their sonar search at the Delta-Mendota Canal Tuesday morning, scouring the water’s depths for a car belonging to the suspect in last week’s abduction of 4-year-old Juliani Cardenas. A week after the Patterson boy was snatched from his grandmother’s arms in her garage, authorities’ […]

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January 22, 2011 | 9:13 pm

Monday Update: Canal Search for Abducted Boy

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Update Monday A watery graveyard of human wreckage (Modesto Bee) For decades, a stretch of the Delta-Mendota Canal near Patterson has been a place of fatal car wrecks, suicides and accidental drownings…The Delta-Mendota now is the focal point in the search for 4-year-old Patterson resident Juliani Cardenas and his suspected kidnapper, Jose Esteban Rodriguez. A […]

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January 21, 2011 | 7:58 pm

Amber Alert Friday Update: Third and Fourth Unrelated Vehicles Pulled From Canal

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LATEST DEVELOPMENTS HERE From the Modesto Bee: Divers pulled the second car of the day from the Delta-Mendota Canal this evening but sheriff’s officials said it was not the Toyota Corolla being sought in the kidnapping of 4-year-old Juliani Cardenas of Patterson…Jiuliani Cardenas was snatched Tuesday, and a statewide Amber Alert remains in effect for […]

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January 20, 2011 | 6:24 pm

Amber Alert Update: Delano Tip Doesn’t Pan Out

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Update Friday Latest news here Update 6:23 p.m. From News 10 Sacramento: Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department got a tip Thursday afternoon that the man suspected of abducting a Patterson 4-year-old boy was spotted in Delano, CA, but the tip did not pan out. Juliani Cardenas was taken forcibly from his grandmother by the child’s mother’s […]

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Amber Alert Update: Canal Search for Car Continues

January 19, 2011 | 11:59 pm

Amber Alert Update: Canal Search for Car Continues

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Update FridayLatest news here Update Thursday 3:30 p.m. For the latest developments, click here. Update Thursday 7:05 a.m. From Fox 40 Sacramento this morning: Hope Fading for 4 Year Old Kidnap Victim Dive teams spent three hours searching the waters of the Delta-Mendota Canal early Wednesday night. The man-made waterway is just 17 feet deep, […]

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