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MODESTO - A Stanislaus County Sheriff Deputy and a suspect were both taken to hospitals following an early morning traffic stop.

The incident occurred shortly before 1:30am near the intersection of Crows Landing Road and Rio Grande Avenue. Early indications suggest the officials conducting the traffic stop struggled with the occupant of the stopped vehicle who became combative. A weapon may have been located in the vehicle.

During the struggle, a deputy requested backup and two ambulances. Additional Stanislaus Deputies and Modesto PD officers responded to assist. There were also indications that a taser was deployed. The injuries sustained and circumstances are still unclear. Both were rushed to hospitals.

Further details will be posted as they become available.

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Mark Nelson

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 07:58

Body Reported Found in Canal

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STANISLAUS COUNTY - A body was reported found in a canal Wednesday morning.

The incident was called in to the California Highway Patrol at about 7:36am on Taylor Road about a half mile west of Crows Landing Road.

At time of publication there were no further details available.

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Mark Nelson

MODESTO - Enochs High School was locked down Tuesday afternoon after a report of an armed student in a class room.

Early reports indicate the student was in a classroom with a gun in a backpack. The classroom was evacuated and the school was placed on lockdown. An administrator at the school attempted to confiscate the student's backpack, but the student refused to comply.

Police responded and made contact with the student and took him into custody at about 1:00pm. There were no reports of injuries.

Further details will be posted as information becomes available.

UPDATE:  Authorities report no gun was found, but a case used for sunglasses that may have been confused as a gun was located.

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Mark Nelson

Sunday, 21 May 2017 15:11

Fire Damages North Modesto Home

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MODESTO - Fire crews responded to a report of a fire at a home Sunday afternoon.

The fire was dispatched shortly after 3:00pm on the 4100 block of Woodwind Court in North Modesto. Early reports indicate a resident called to report smoke from the neighbors home.

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Fire crews arrived and noted smoke from the second floor attic area of the home. As crews were setting up operations, fire broke through the roof of the home.

All occupants were reported out of the home. Further details will be posted as they become available.

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Mark Nelson

Sunday, 21 May 2017 13:24

Drowning Victim Reported at Modesto Reservoir

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STANISLAUS COUNTY - Emergency crews responded to a report of a drowning victim Sunday afternoon at the Modesto Reservoir.

The incident was dispatched shortly after 1:15pm near the west shore of the Modesto Reservoir. Early reports indicate the victim was still under water at the time of dispatch, but was pulled out of water by a witness. 

First responders began arriving at about 1:26pm. An air ambulance was dispatched to the scene, but later cancelled. At time of publication, cpr was in progress.

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Mark Nelson Law Office

Saturday, 13 May 2017 08:33

Patrol Vehicle Involved in Crash

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MODESTO - A collision reportedly involving a patrol vehicle occurred Saturday morning.

The crash was reported shortly before 8:30am near the intersection of Crows Landing Road and South Seventh Street.

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Early indications suggest the collision involved at least one other parked vehicle and there were two fatalities. Emergency crews found a vehicle well involved on fire. An air ambulance was initially dispatched but later cancelled.

More information will be released as it develops.

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KINGMAN, ARIZONA - A man wanted by Modesto Police on charges of child molestation was killed in Arizona, authorities say.

Kevin Marcus Robertson, 37, was killed when his pickup truck collided into a pole in the city of Kingman according to police. Authorities in Arizona say they were contacted by Modesto Police Investigators at about 9:30pm with information that Robertson was in the area and wanted on a felony warrant. 

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According to the Kingman Police Department, Robertson was reportedly armed with a handgun and suicidal.

An officer located Robertson's vehicle at about 9:30pm in the parking lot of a business near the 1900 block of East Andy Devine Avenue. Robertson fled from the officer after refusing to comply with commands, reaching excessive speeds. His vehicle struck a sign post of the Power House Visitor Center after reaching speeds of 95 miles per hour. He was killed in the crash.

The roadway was closed until 7:00am. Authorities are unsure if Robertson, who was wanted on charges of child molestation of a victim under the age of ten, crashed intentionally. The investigation is ongoing.

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Mark Nelson

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