More Videos

Merced City School District Seeking Scientists and Engineers 2:35

Merced City School District Seeking Scientists and Engineers

Demonstrators disrupt CSUS president's address 0:35

Demonstrators disrupt CSUS president's address

'If we don't get started...we will have more than a crisis on our hands' 1:09

'If we don't get started...we will have more than a crisis on our hands'

'We know that this is just a start,' Assembly speaker says of housing bills 0:58

'We know that this is just a start,' Assembly speaker says of housing bills

Highlights of Turlock's 21-10 win over Buhach Colony 2:39

Highlights of Turlock's 21-10 win over Buhach Colony

Retiring Los Banos cafeteria supervisor responds to congratulatory comments 0:22

Retiring Los Banos cafeteria supervisor responds to congratulatory comments

Apple expected to reveal new iPhones tomorrow 2:31

Apple expected to reveal new iPhones tomorrow

Woman attacked violently during road rage incident 0:18

Woman attacked violently during road rage incident

Man confronts police outside Atwater City Hall 1:00

Man confronts police outside Atwater City Hall

12-year-old cyclist hit by car in Atwater, police say 0:55

12-year-old cyclist hit by car in Atwater, police say

  • Watch: Video was used as evidence in 2009 case for pooping in public

    Kevin Gonzalves, a Merced Irrigation District board director up for re-election, was convicted of a misdemeanor nearly a decade ago for defecating on public property. Gonzalves pleaded no contest and was convicted in 2009 of a single misdemeanor count of being a public nuisance, according to documents obtained by the Sun-Star.

Kevin Gonzalves, a Merced Irrigation District board director up for re-election, was convicted of a misdemeanor nearly a decade ago for defecating on public property. Gonzalves pleaded no contest and was convicted in 2009 of a single misdemeanor count of being a public nuisance, according to documents obtained by the Sun-Star.
Kevin Gonzalves, a Merced Irrigation District board director up for re-election, was convicted of a misdemeanor nearly a decade ago for defecating on public property. Gonzalves pleaded no contest and was convicted in 2009 of a single misdemeanor count of being a public nuisance, according to documents obtained by the Sun-Star.

He’s running for re-election. But he can’t poop in public anymore, a court said

September 14, 2017 5:00 PM