Originally published as a Galt Police Department Facebook post – “On 07/25/21, at approx. 0306 hours, a Galt Police Sergeant was conducting extra patrol in the new housing development near Boessow Rd/Crystal Way. The officer observed a suspicious vehicle blacked out in the area and attempted to make contact with...
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Lodi, CAFox40

Lodi police respond to possible drowning at Lodi Lake

LODI, Calif. (KTXL) — Police say they responded to a possible drowning at Lodi Lake Wednesday afternoon. According to Lodi police, they received the call just before 4 p.m. and went to the lake with Lodi Fire and emergency responders. FOX40 spoke with two men who said they helped pull...
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Oakley Police Say Two Arrested in Connection With Stolen Truck and Tools

On Sunday, July 25th, Oakley Police Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle from the 5000 block of Winchester Drive in the City of Oakley. The victims had a video of a theft that showed a vehicle arrive on the scene and then drop off a passenger who went on to steal the victims’ car. The driver who dropped off the thief drove off.

Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision on Interstate 5 in Stockton Area

Fatal Accident on I-5 and Alpine Avenue in Stockton. A fatal traffic accident was reported on southbound I-5 and Alpine Avenue in the Stockton area on the night of Monday, July 27, 2021. The crash occurred shortly before 11:30 p.m. Details on the Fatal Accident on Southbound I-5 and Alpine...

Fatality Reported in Car Crash on Lone Tree Road in Escalon Area

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported a fatality after a recent two-car accident in a rural area just outside Escalon. Officials received a report of the incident at approximately 6:50 p.m., and it occurred on Lone Tree Road and Brennan Road. Details on the Fatality Accident Reported in Escalon Area.
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3 Detained After Reported Shooting Near UOP In Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) – Three people were taken into custody after reports of shots fired near the University of Pacific on Wednesday morning.  At around 7:13 a.m., Stockton police were called out to the area of Pacific Avenue and Dave Brubeck Way on reports of shots fired. University of Pacific public safety officers say they then detained two people near the location of the shooting. Officers then located a pellet gun inside the vehicle belonging to those who were detained. A third person was located in the area and was arrested on an unrelated warrant.   There were no reported injuries, nor damage to the university property. The investigation is still underway, but preliminary reports indicated the shooting happened during an altercation between individuals, say police.  The identities of those who were detained have not been released.
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Animal Shelters At Capacity As People Return To Work And Can’t Care For Pets

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Local animal shelters are being overwhelmed by the number of animals they’re taking in. The Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento turned to Facebook to say they’re full and to ask for help in housing the animals — especially larger dogs. It’s a similar situation in other cities throughout the Sacramento region. The number of animals in local shelters declined during the pandemic, but that number is going back up as people head back to work and are unable to care for their pets. “If you’re going to take that responsibility on, you want to make sure when you’re gone you have something to entertain your animal — another buddy, you know, in your backyard or even being able to train it to stay in the house when you’re gone,” said Officer Jordan Kranch, a Lodi Police Department Animal Services. Kranch says that last month Lodi’s animal shelter only had four dogs and now it’s at capacity.  

66-year-old at-risk Stockton man found, sheriff's office says

STOCKTON, Calif. — A 66-year-old man was found after he disappeared for several hours Wednesday, the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office said. Danny Harris was last seen on foot in the area of Webster Avenue heading eastbound toward Alpine Avenue, the sheriff's office said. He is described as 5 feet,...
Antioch, CAEast Bay Times

New traffic calming measures approved for some Antioch streets

Antioch streets will see some of their first traffic calming measures as a result of new amended requirements and an infusion of money. The City Council this week unanimously agreed to expand the budget for speed humps, speed tables and raised crosswalk systems. “Quality of life is very important to...