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In Hunt For Suspect, Deputies Lock Down Madera County Trailer Park

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Jill Ballinger
Mariposa Gazette

Mariposa County Sheriff's Deputies currently have the Oasis Trailer Park on lock down as they attempt to apprehend Martin Guerrero.

Officers have set a perimeter around the area, according to Sheriff Doug Binnewies in attempt to find him. The K9 unit is on the way to the scene.

Guerrero is being sought for felony charges of rape, sodomy, domestic violence with serious injury and false imprisonment. His victim was able to escape from him yesterday and seek help. She is currently hospitalized because of her injuries.

Check with the Mariposa Gazette's website and KMPH as more information becomes available.

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