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  • FRESNO - Crowds of people circled the block around Selland Arena Friday morning in anticipation of seeing Donald Trump.   The presidential pre candidate was expected to hold an event at 10:00am. By 7:00am hundreds of people, both supporters and protesters, awaited his arrival.   A majority of the attendees appeared to be farmers, holding signs reading "Farmers For Trump."   The Fresno Police Department, Secret Service and TSA were all on hand to provide security for the event.   The event will be re-broadcast at
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    Donald Trump to Speak in Fresno

  • TURLOCK - Police arrested a man Saturday morning on homicide charges following what officials believe to be is a road rage incident. Officers responded to the area of Golden State Boulevard near Taylor Road at about 9:30am. When they arrived they found the victim down in the road suffering from a gunshot wound. He was identified as 34 year old Pablo Vargas Jr. of Keyes. He was transported to a hospital where he died. Witnesses provided officers with a vehicle description, which they later found in the area of Fulkerth Road and Golden State Boulevard. ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW Three men
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    Road Rage Leads to Homicide Arrest

  • STOCKTON - Police responded to a report of a shooting that claimed the life of one person and injured several others early Saturday morning. The incident happened minutes before 2:00am near the area of East Poplar and North Sutter Street. Police received a report of a person shot and arrived to locate a male down on the sidewalk. Efforts to revive the victim were unsuccessful. Shortly after the incident two men and a minor arrived at a hospital, all suffering from gunshot wounds. At last update all three were in stable condition.  Detectives continue the investigation, and no further information was
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    Stockton Homicide Investigated

  • WINTON - Residents of at least 17 apartment units were displaced by an early morning fire Friday. The fire broke out about 10 minutes before 7:00am at the Schoolhouse Apartments on the 7100 block of West Walnut Avenue. The fire started in a unit on the west end of the complex and spread to the other units through a common attic. Since the apartments shared a common attic, there was no barrier to stop the flames officials explained. Multiple fire crews responded to battle the blaze well into the morning. Red Cross volunteers responded to assist the displaced. Children at the
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    Apartment Fire Displaces Residents of 17 Units

  • TURLOCK - Police responded to a report of a security guard assaulted during a pallet theft Friday afternoon. The incident was reported behind Emmanuel Hospital at about 12:40pm. Early reports indicate a Hispanic man was attempting to load pallets in a pickup truck when he was confronted by security. The suspect fled, reportedly striking the guard and causing damage to the windshield. The vehicle was described as an extended cab pickup. Police responded to continue the investigation. Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Turlock Police Department or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain
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    Security Guard Assaulted During Pallet Theft

  • TUOLUMNE COUNTY - Human remains found in April have been identified as a Tuolumne County woman, authorities say.   Denise Marie Gadd, 55, was reported missing on August 16th, 2015 by a friend who had not heard from her in several weeks. Through investigation, authorities determined Gadd had been homeless and was staying near the area of Old Strawberry Road.   On April 28th, human remains were found near Old Strawberry Road, and through dental records, investigators were able to determine they belonged to Gadd.   Officials say no evidence was located to suggest a cause of death, and the investigation
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    Human Remains Identified as Tuolumne County Woman

  • STOCKTON - Authorities issued an Amber Alert Thursday morning after they say a 22 year old man kidnapped his 15 year old girlfriend. At about 5:00am authorities say the suspect violently attacked his parents and girlfriend at a home near the 3300 block of Bea Hackman Court. Police say he punched and kicked his girlfriend before forcing her into his vehicle. He rammed his car into the garage of the home before fleeing with her. ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW The suspect was identified as 22 year old Alex Quinones. He is about 5'10" and 155 lbs. he was wearing no shirt
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    Stockton Amber Alert Issued

  • STOCKTON - Multiple law enforcement agencies took part in a large scale warrant mission Wednesday morning.   Various agencies including Lodi, Manteca, Stockton Police and the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office served warrants in multiple locations throughout the city.    Residents took to social media, reporting law enforcement activity in several neighborhoods, including areas like Kelley Drive and Don Avenue.   According to one social media post from an official, the operation targeted several armed gang members.    Officials with Stockton Police planned a 2:00pm press conference for Thursday afternoon. Speakers expected at the press conference include Stockton Police Chief Eric
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    Multi Agency Warrant Operation Conducted