Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer, in a January 2015 photo, wants Manchester Center to be the home base for his Violent Crime Impact Team (VCIT). He will ask the Fresno City Council on Thursday, May 21, 2015 to give him the green light to conclude a lease with the center’s owner, Omninet Properties.
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer, in a January 2015 photo, wants Manchester Center to be the home base for his Violent Crime Impact Team (VCIT). He will ask the Fresno City Council on Thursday, May 21, 2015 to give him the green light to conclude a lease with the center’s owner, Omninet Properties. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA THE FRESNO BEE
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer, in a January 2015 photo, wants Manchester Center to be the home base for his Violent Crime Impact Team (VCIT). He will ask the Fresno City Council on Thursday, May 21, 2015 to give him the green light to conclude a lease with the center’s owner, Omninet Properties. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA THE FRESNO BEE
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Police station at Manchester Center a big step forward, Chief Jerry Dyer says

May 18, 2015 05:23 PM

UPDATED May 20, 2015 12:21 PM

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George Hostetter, a Fresno Bee reporter since 1987, knows Fresno and the trappings of its government from the top of his hat to the tip of his shoes, which he wore out with round trips between the office and City Hall. George retired from The Bee in October 2015. Twitter: @georgehostetter.