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MERCED – California Attorney General Xavier Becerra today announced the arrest of Joseph Deliman, for allegedly embezzling more than $80,000 from the Merced Police Officers' Association (MPOA) over a three-year period. While serving on the MPOA Board, Deliman allegedly utilized MPOA funds for personal expenses and personal vacations, including trips to Las Vegas and Niagara Falls. 

“We have zero tolerance for public officials who abuse their authority to enrich themselves,” said Attorney General Becerra. “The California Department of Justice will continue to hold accountable individuals in positions of trust who betray Californians.”

Deliman, a retired police officer for the Merced Police Department, was arrested on October 30, 2018, following a year long investigation by the California Department of Justice. Deliman was booked into the Merced County Jail on $20,000 bail. The Attorney General’s office filed a criminal complaint and charged Deliman with grand theft. The arraignment is scheduled for November 30, 2018.

It is important to note that a criminal complaint contains charges that must be proven in a court of law. Every defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

A copy of the complaint is attached to the electronic version of this release at


Merced Police and Fire Crack Down on Illegal Fireworks

With Merced residents illegally shooting off fireworks at all hours, the city’s police chief and fire chief have launched a crackdown that includes citing property owners.

“It’s not just an annoyance, it’s dangerous,” police chief Thomas Cavallero said last week. “And it’s going to be costly” for offenders.

Citations for igniting bottle rockets and other flying fireworks begin at $1,000.  The owner of the property where fireworks are illegally discharged also can receive a $1,000 citation.

The effort comes with California mired in a drought creating tinderbox conditions throughout the state.

Watch: Merced Police and Fire Chiefs Address Illegal Fireworks

It’s illegal to light even so-called “safe and sane” fireworks in Merced before noon on June 28 and past noon on July 6. But that hasn’t stopped scores of people from setting off barrages of fireworks and firecrackers.

“Every day I hear (fireworks),” fire chief Derek Parker said. “We have to do something about this. … The biggest thing is, we just have to get the fireworks off the street. … It’s about time we took a little different approach.”

Related Story: Worst Night Ever for Illegal Fireworks, Says Fresno Fire Department

Report Illegal Fireworks on Connect Merced App

Cavallero and Parker urge residents to use the Merced Connect app to report illegal fireworks.

The app is free and available at the Apple Store and Google Play. In addition to allowing you to report illegal fireworks, residents can obtain other information about the city’s government.

Merced Fireworks Rules

    • Safe and sane fireworks with the State Fire Marshal seal of approval can only be used from noon June 28 through noon July 6.
    • The non-safe and sane fireworks are illegal year-round, 24-7.
    • If fireworks can leave the ground or go up in the air they are illegal. Illegal fireworks include cherry bombs, bottle rockets, mortars, aerial shells, M-80s, and firecrackers.
    • Illegal fireworks don’t have the seal of approval from the California State Fire Marshal.
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MPD at Risk JuvenileUpdate: Jordan has been located

May 12, 2021 - Merced – On May 12th Jordan Dugan (16) was reported missing to the Merced Police Department. Dugan was last seen at his home on Robin Avenue. The Merced Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Jordan Dugan.

Case Number: 21-27262

Merced Police are asking anyone with any information regarding this crime to contact Officer Dalia at 209-388-388-7720 or by email at [email protected]

Other ways to contact us or report crime include:

For any emergency call or text 911.

For non-emergency call 209-385-6912.

Anonymous Tip Line (Non-emergency) call 209-385-4725.

Anonymous Tips online at

Some crimes can be reported online through the Merced PD website

Source: Merced Police Department


Merced police believe elderly couple intentionally run over

MERCED, Calif. — A Merced man was arrested after he allegedly ran over an elderly couple.  

According to a Facebook post from the Merced Police Department, officers arrested 24-year-old Julian Vitoria and charged him with two counts of attempted homicide after he hit an elderly couple with his car. The post says around 12:40 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8, police received a call of an accident between a car and an elderly couple near the 3200 block of Parsons Avenue in Merced. 

Surveillance footage from Chenowith Elementary School, which is near the scene of the accident, prompted officers to deem the incident intentional. The post does not explain what lead officers to this conclusion.

Police did not release any information about a possible motive. 

The Merced Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding this incident to contact them at 209-388-7814.  



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BadgeThe Campus Police Department's main office is located on the Merced Campus with office hours Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm and service hours until 11:00pm.  During the summer, office hours are closed on Fridays.

  • Merced Campus Police Department: (209) 386-6600
  • Los Banos Campus Police: (209) 769-5749

After 11:00pm, ALL calls will be forwarded to Merced Police Department Dispatch.

Police personnel enforce federal, state, and local laws, including criminal laws and vehicle code violations, as well as investigate all criminal and traffic cases that occur on Merced Campus, Los Banos Campus, and the Business Resource Center. The Campus Police Department also provides policing for a variety of events held on the Merced campus for the community at large.

As a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified police department, Merced Community College District Police respond to a variety of calls for service which include calls for crimes in progress and medical calls for sick or injured persons in addition to vehicle collisions.

Campus Police operates as a separate jurisdiction working in conjunction with the Merced Police Department.

Location & Phone

Main Campus (map)
Public Safety Center Building 4
3600 M Street
Merced, CA 95348
Phone: (209) 386-6600
Informational:  (209) 384-6054

Los Banos Campus (map)
22240 Highway 152
Los Banos, CA 93635
Phone: (209) 769-5749


Monday through Friday

8:00am to 4:30pm
Service hours until 11:00pm

After 11:00pm, ALL calls will be forwarded to Merced City Police Department.
However, all after hour calls to the Los Banos campus will go to Merced County Sheriff Department.


Weekends & HolidaysClosed



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About UC Merced
The University of California, Merced, is the newest of the University of California system’s 10 campuses and the first American research university built in the 21st century. With nearly 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students, UC Merced offers an environment that combines a commitment to diversity, inclusion, collaboration and professional development. With bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs, strong research and academic partnerships, and community involvement, the UC Merced campus is continually evolving and requires talented, knowledgeable and dynamic educators, researchers, management and staff.

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A UC Merced Police Officer protects life and property, enforces criminal law, and performs other duties typical of police officers in general law enforcement agencies. Officers patrol the UC Merced Campus sites in Merced and Atwater in patrol cars, on bicycles, and on foot. The Police Department uses a Community Oriented Policing philosophy and is dedicated to community service.                                                             

  • Possess a U.S. High School diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree is preferred. 21 years of age or older. Be a US citizen, or have applied for citizenship and achieve citizenship within three years from the date of appointment as a peace officer.
  • Possess a California Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST). Academy Certificate: A POST basic certificate or higher is preferred.
  • Pass an extensive POST background investigation, medical evaluation, and psychological examination.
  • Be legally able to possess a firearm.
  • Possess a CA driver’s license and participate in the DMV Pull Notice Program.

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