Seek and you shall find.
A man whose vehicle was stolen from his garage during a weekend burglary called police Monday after he saw it being driven in the area.
When Bakersfield police arrived at the parked vehicle's location Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the 800 block of L Street, the victim saw the alleged driver pedaling away on a bicycle and pointed him out.
Andy Agpaoa, 22, of Bakersfield, was detained by police. In a probation search of his residence they allegedly found other items from the weekend burglary of the victim's home in the 100 block of Holtby Road, including a 12-gauge shotgun and ammunition. Police said items from a second burglary were also found.
Agpaoa was arrested on suspicion of burglary, possession of stolen property, grant theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle, and being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.
A church fire in the 2600 block of Wilson Road early Wednesday caused $75,000 in damage.
A third suspect was arrested Wednesday in connection with a fatal shooting in south Bakersfield Aug. 10.
A homeowner whose video surveillance system captured footage of a suspect trying to break into his house posted the suspect's photograph online and later the same day the man was identified.
Two stolen vehicles were located in the backyard of an east Bakersfield residence Tuesday and officers arrested a woman living there on suspicion of operating a chop shop.
Dental records have identified the body found in a Rosedale shed fire as that of 44-year-old Bakersfield resident Brett Robert Henry, according to the coroner's office.
About 20 shots were fired at a McFarland residence over the weekend, injuring one man and leaving police searching for a motive.
A suspect used a stolen credit card to purchase items at the Target and Toys "R" Us stores on Ming Avenue.
An alert neighbor helped police nab five suspects believed to have burglarized a residence in southwest Bakersfield.
Blunt force trauma caused the death of a woman found inside her residence southwest of Lamont the evening of Sept. 18, according to a coroner's office news release.
Bakersfield's Animal Control Division will offer pet owners low-cost vaccinations, licensing and microchips for dogs Saturday in Central Park at Mill Creek.
A two-story apartment complex caught fire Tuesday morning in east Bakersfield, causing $75,000 in damage.
A gas leak Tuesday morning at the Walmart on Rosesdale Highway forced the evacuation of about 150 store employees and shoppers.