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Weapons, Kidnapping, And Vandalism In Stockton Saturday Night

STOCKTON (CBS13) — It was a dark night in Stockton Saturday night with three crimes to report. The first was a weapon arrest that took place on Camanche Lane in the Lakeview District. Officers arrived at a residence to conduct a compliance search during which they discovered two firearms. They arrested Giavonni Duckworth-Scott, 24, Ramello McDowell, 19, and a fourteen-year-old for weapons charges. The second incident was a kidnapping that occurred on Bridle Path and Welch Avenue in the Valley Oak District. A 26-year-old woman was standing in the area when a suspect approached her and pulled her into his vehicle. The victim fought back as the suspect drove away and then the suspect stopped to let the victim out. The victim ran to a nearby residence and called the police. The final incident involved vandalism on Center Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard in the Seaport District. The 28-year-old victim was stopped in his car when the suspect climbed on top of it. The suspect vandalized the vehicle and refused to come down. When officers arrived, the suspect ignored them and then had to be removed by officers.
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Teenager hit in the hand after shooter opens fire at him in Stockton

STOCKTON, Calif. — The Stockton Police Department is investigating a shooting that sent a teenager to the hospital on Sunday. Police say the shooting happened just before noon on Sunday when the shooter approached in a vehicle, opened fire on the victim and took off. Police don't know exactly where the shooting happened.

Slow down while driving in the fog, says CHP

FRESNO, Calif. (FOX26) — The California Highway Patrol out of Modesto would like to remind those on the road to slow down while driving in foggy conditions. According to CHP, one driver crashed a white sedan into a canal while trying to cross a concrete bridge. “Even at low...

Woman in Stockton Briefly Kidnapped Before Being Released

STOCKTON (BCN) — A 26-year-old woman was briefly kidnapped in Stockton before being released by her abductor Saturday night, police said. Police received reports at 8:50 p.m. that a woman who was in the area of Bridle Path and Welch Avenue was pulled into a vehicle. According to police,...

Police Officer Stabbed by Robbery Suspect

CERES – A police officer was rushed to a hospital after he was stabbed by a robbery suspect late Saturday afternoon. Shortly after 6:00pm, officers with the Ceres Police Department were called to the Quick Stop at the intersection of Morgan and Service Roads for a report of a robbery that had just happened. Responding officers were told that the suspect did not use a weapon during the robbery, and he was last seen on foot heading north on Morgan Road from the business.
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Stanislaus schools honor nurse, custodian and other essential workers

Seven people received Employees Making a Difference awards from the Stanislaus County Office of Education. The annual honors are for classified staff members, such as custodians and cafeteria workers, who support teachers and administrators at the campuses. A Jan. 19 online ceremony recognized the winners in seven categories, as well...
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Looking for a new job? AT&T posted over 40 positions in Modesto

AT&T is adding over 40 new employees in the Modesto area as part of a statewide hiring increase. The company is recruiting for 700 positions throughout California, according to a news release. In the Modesto area, AT&T is looking for employees in a variety of roles, including retail sales and management, field sales representatives, as well as network technicians.

Jan 11-17: Brentwood Police Calls

The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls over the weeks reported January 11-17 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Brentwood. Burglary in Progress Arrests: On Jan 19, Brentwood Police responded to a report of a theft in progress in the 400 block of Beatrice Court–they were alerted by an alert citizen. Police officers arrived on scene where they detained Luis Montalvan-Kuan (City of Oakley); Vanessa Santos-Martinez (Oakley), Carlos Prado (Oakley), and Teri Kyle (City of Antioch). Officers determined that tires had been stripped from one vehicle and there was damage to another vehicle as well. All four subjects were placed under arrest for several charges including probation violation, vandalism, receiving stolen property, possession of burglary tools, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, and other related charges. They were transported to Martinez Detention Facility.

Jan 1-15: Oakley Police Calls

The following is a sampling of the Oakley Police Calls over the weeks reported January 1-15 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Oakley. The Oakley police Department also announced the arrest and charges of two people involved in a shooting near the Laurel Ballfields – more info on that shooting.

Stockton Animal Shelter accepting stray dogs again after confirming no bacterial outbreak

STOCKTON, Calif. — After a scare about a possible bacterial outbreak, officials confirmed that there was no outbreak at the Stockton Animal Shelter. On Tuesday, the Stockton Animal Shelter stopped taking in stray dogs after one of their dogs got sick and died. They wound up treating the dogs they had at the shelter and brought in a testing lab to outline their next steps through the week.

Antioch Police Say Traffic Stop Results in Arrest and Recovered Firearms

On Saturday, the Antioch Police Department announced the arrest of Giovanni Garcia, 21, after an officer recovered an AR style pistol and another firearm. Garcia, who is out of San Francisco, was taken to MDF after a traffic stop and search in the 700 block of W 18th Street in the City of Antioch.

Carjacking in Stockton Park District Friday Evening

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Friday evening, there was a carjacking on East Fremont Street in the Park District of Stockton, said the Stockton Police Department. The victim, a 26-year-old man, was in the are when he was approached by the suspect brandishing a firearm. The suspect took the victim’s property and vehicle and fled the scene. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male wearing purple clothing and a black mask.

Some Tracy residents raise safety concerns over experimental road closure

TRACY, Calif. — A portion of Hansen Road between Von Sosten and Interstate 205 in southwest Tracy is now closed off to southbound traffic. Residents have been asking San Joaquin County officials for safer roadways and help to reduce truck and commuter traffic in the industrial area. "There have...