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Thursday, 11 May 2017 08:47

Woman Shot While Sitting in Car

STOCKTON - Police are investigating a shooting that injured a woman Wedensday night.

The incident happened at about 11:30pm on the 2400 block of Thistle Way. The victim was sitting in a parked vehicle when she heard a gunshot and realized she had been shot. She was transported to an area hospital where she was listed in stable condition.

Police say there is no suspect description available. Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377 or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Mark Nelson

MODESTO - Police are seeking a man accused of molesting a a child under the age of ten who he lived with.

Police are asking for the public's help in locating 37 year old Kevin Robertson. Officers attempted to locate him at a home in southeast Modesto, but he left prior to their arrival. Authorities say he was last seen in the Madera area.

Robertson is said to be driving a blue 1994 Chevrolet S10 pickup with California license plate 62607F1. Authorities urge anyone who may see him or know his whereabouts to call 911.

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MODESTO - A car show fundraiser set for Saturday morning is set to kick off Graffiti Summer in Modesto.

The third annual Show and Shine at Parkview Christian Estates is expecting 110 pre-registered cars. The yearly event features cars as old as the 1920's up to newer vehicles. The event is a fundraiser for the low income senior housing facility.

Mark Nelson

The show brings various cars including a Model A club, Corvettes and others. The first year saw 38 pre-registered vehicles with a total of 70 arriving. Last year saw 68 pre-registered with 100 showing up. This year 110 vehicles have pre-registered.

There will be 45 awards to be presented at the show, as well as sponsor items and vendor booths. For lunch, tacos and burritos by Taqueria Modesto will be available as well as Ice Cream from Velvet Grill and Creamery.

Cars are expected to arrive beginning at 7:00am, with the show going until about 3:00pm. Last year's event raised approximately $5,000 for the senior living facility. The money raised is used toward food for the residents.

For more information, you can click the link HERE.

The car show will be held in the parking lot at College Avenue and Rumble Road.

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MODESTO - Two pedestrians suffered serious injuries Monday afternoon after fleeing from a store after shoplifting.

Shortly after noon, Modesto Police officers responded to a report of two pedestrians struck by a vehicle near the intersection of Standiford and McHenry Avenues. Early indications suggest both pedestrians were down on the ground, injured.

Police closed off both directions of Standiford and Sylvan Avenues before McHenry as officers examined the scene. There were bags and belongings scattered in the westbound lanes. On the sidewalk clothing and shoes as well as blood could be seen.

According to police spokeswoman Heather Graves, the two pedestrians were fleeing a store across the street after shoplifting. The two were attempting to steal alcohol and ran across the street to avoid capture when they were struck.

The pedestrians were only identified as a man and a woman. The man was listed in stable condition. The woman was listed as critical.

Graves said the two could face charges should the store seek prosecution, and further investigation was pending.

Mark Nelson

CERES - A horse was killed and a rider suffered major injuries after being involved in a collision with a vehicle Sunday night.

The crash was reported to the California Highway Patrol at about 9:58pm near the intersection of Lucas and Mitchell Roads near Ceres. Emergency crews arrived and found the horse and rider down in the roadway.

The rider suffered a major head injury and was transported to an area hospital. The horse died at the scene. The southbound lanes of Lucas Road were blocked.

Early indications suggest the involved driver remained at the scene. Further details were not available at time of publication.

Mark Nelson

STOCKTON - Police investigated a shooting Sunday morning that claimed the life of a man. 

Police responded to the 1800 block of West Acacia Street at about 6:11am for a report of a person shot. Officers arrived and located an adult man suffering from a gunshot wound, who died at the scene. Detectives arrived to take over the investigation.

Police say two possible suspects are identified as Hispanic men wearing dark hoodies and pants. They were about 5'9" tall and weighed about 190lbs. The two were last seen running west on Acacia Street.

Authorities are encouraging anyone with information to contact the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377 or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

Mark Nelson

MODESTO - Police taped off an alleyway Friday morning after the discovery of a woman's nude body in an alleyway.

At about 9:00am police were alerted to the discovery of a body found in an alleyway near the intersection of Carver Road and Evergreen Avenue.

According the Sergeant Kalani Souza with the Modesto Police Department, a passerby alerted a resident who found the body and called police. Officers responded and taped off the area. Investigators and evidence technicians arrived and examined the scene.

The body was said to be tucked behind a utility box near a fence. Authorities say the placement of the body is suspicious.

Sergeant Souza explained that there didn't appear to be any visible markings or injuries on the woman's body, however detectives would investigate further. Police were unable to say what the woman's ethnicity or age were until positive identification could be made.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Modesto Police Department or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

Mark Nelson

Thursday, 20 April 2017 19:27

Modesto Police Arrest Homicide Suspect

MODESTO - Police have arrested a suspect accused of being responsible for the murder of a man who was found dead in his car.

Late Sunday night a Modesto Police sergeant was patrolling the area of Tioga and Legion Park drives when he noticed a suspicious vehicle. The sergeant attempted to contact a man who was inside but discovered he was deceased.

The victim was identified as 55 year old Steve Monkhouse. Authorities believe he was inside his vehicle parked in the field when he was assaulted with a knife.

The investigation led police to 25 year old Michael Christopher Suarez of Modesto. Police arrested Suarez Wednesday, and authorities say they attribute his capture to the community that helped identify him.

Suarez faces Murder and other charges and is expected to appear in court Friday.

Mark Nelson

Sunday, 16 April 2017 23:25

Big Rig Crash Blocks Highway 99

MODESTO - A big rig crash blocked at least two lanes of Highway 99 Sunday night.

The crash was reported to the California Highway Patrol at about 10:32pm on the northbound lanes of Highway 99 near the Tuolumne Boulevard offramp.

Early reports indicated a big rig and at least two other vehicles were involved in the crash. There were reports of debris across the number two and three lanes of the highway.

There were no reports of injuries in the collision. The truck was reportedly hauling 41,000 lbs of produce.

Mark Nelson

SALIDA - Authorities responded to a traffic collision in Salida Thursday evening that involved a child.


Emergency crews responded to a report of a child struck by a vehicle at about 6:44pm. The collision happened on the 4800 block of Deveraux Way.


First responders arrived and found the child down in the middle of the road. Early indications suggest the child was struck by an SUV. It is unclear if the child was playing near the roadway or crossing the street during the time of the collision. 


Arriving personnel described the child’s condition as alert and conscious. Deputies closed off the road to traffic, and the child was taken to a nearby school to be flown by a Cal STAR air ambulance to a regional hospital.


The circumstances leading up to the crash are under investigation.


Mark Nelson