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MODESTO - Fire crews responded to a triplex fire early Sunday morning that caused major damage to the building.

Firefighters with Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection and Modesto Fire responded to the building on the 100 block of Kerr Avenue next to the M&ET Railroad tracks at about 2:18am. Arriving fire crews encountered one unit of the triplex heavily involved in fire.

The fire had burned its way into the attic, which is shared across the triplex and spread to the other two units, as well as a trash pile outside of the triplex. Firefighters were able to containt the fire within 30 minutes. None of the units were occupied, however they were full of debris.

The cause of the fire is under investigation, and a damage estimate was placed at $100,000.

Mark Nelson

MODESTO - Police surrounded a neighborhood as officers searched for a wanted suspect Sunday afternoon.

At about 4:30pm a police officer near Ensenada Drive and San Blas Court recognized a man wanted on an assault with a deadly weapon charge out of the Sacramento area. Officers quickly detained several individuals as one fled into the neighborhood.

Police surrounded the area, including an apartment complex on Coffee Road, as they searched for the suspect. Police used a K-9 to assist with the search. The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Air Support Unit also responded to help.

Officers detained several individuals on San Blas Court south of Ensenada Drive. At time of publication, their involvement was unclear and it was unknown if the primary suspect was apprehended. He was described as a light skinned African-American man with red pants and a black or dark colored shirt.

Early reports indicate a gun was recovered during the incident.

Mark Nelson

STOCKTON - Authorities inspected, cited and towed multiple vehicles during an expected sideshow Saturday night.

Police received information of a possible sideshow expected to happen at the 10300 block of Trinity Parkway Saturday night. Authorities say the event drew an estimated 200 participants to the location.

Police officers and the California Highway Patrol Air Support Unit responded to prevent the sideshow from happening. Authorities say similar events have caused safety concerns in the past and conducted the mission to prevent this one from getting out of control.

Officers issued 15 warnings, 49 citations, made 11 equipment inspections and towed four vehicles. Police say they have a team of officers trained to identify modified vehicles, conduct vehicle inspections and write vehicle seizure warrants for vehicles involved in sideshows.

According to police, ten vehicles have been seized for involvement in sideshows and more seizure warrants are forthcoming.

Mark Nelson

GUSTINE - Police arrested a man accused of molesting a child in November of 2016.

Authorities say the victim was a female juvenile who lived in Salinas and was visiting relatives in Gustine when the incident happened. The case was assigned to two Gustine officers who located the suspect outside of his home on the 500 block of 6th Street Friday.

Officer Efren Fernandez and Corporal Telan Hosaka interviewed the suspect, identified only as a 54 year old Hispanic Man. He was taken into custody after confessing to the crime.

Authorities booked the suspect into the Merced County Sheriff's Detention Facility.

Mark Nelson

Sunday, 19 March 2017 12:40

Home Damaged by Overnight Fire

MODESTO - A fire damaged a home overnight, nearly spreading to a second home early Sunday morning.

Fire crews responded to the 700 block of Foster Road shortly after 1:30am for a report of a home on fire. Arriving fire crews encountered smoke and fire extending out the back of the home. Early reports indicate a second alarm was dispatched to the scene as the fire was threatening a second home.

The fire was brought under control in 20 minutes, and the involved home suffered major damage.

A neighbor said she woke up to a bright glow coming through her bedroom window in the middle of the night and found firefighters arriving to battle the blaze. She said fire crews sprayed water on her home to protect it from catching fire.

The nieghbor indicated a family had just finished working on the home and was preparing to move in on Monday, but the fire destroyed the interior of the home.

The cause of the fire was under investigation, and damage estimates were placed at $150,000

Mark Nelson

STOCKTON - Police are investigating a shooting that left one man injured early Sunday morning.

The incident happened at about 1:50am near the 2300 block of Pacific Avenue. The victim, identified only as an adult man, was driving away from the area when he heard someone yell at him followed by gunfire.

The victim, realizing he had been struck by gunfire, drove himself to an area hospital for treatment. He is expected to recover from his injuries.

The suspects were described as an African-American male in his 20's with dreadlocks, and a Hispanic man in his 20's. Both were seen in a newer white four door sedan.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

Mark Nelson

Saturday, 18 March 2017 17:09

Bicyclist Killed by Hit and Run Driver

STOCKTON - Police are investigating a hit and run collision that claimed the life of a bicyclist Friday night.

The crash happened at about 9:04pm near the 4400 block of the West Highway 99 Frontage Road. The victim, identified only as an adult male, was riding a bicycle when he was struck by a red tractor trailer hauling a flatbed.

The bicyclist was pronounced deceased at the scene. Police say the driver fled and was not located. He was described as a Middle-Eastern man between the ages of 25 and 32, standing about 5'9" and weighing about 220lbs. He was last seen wearing a dark blue shirt, a reflective vest and denim shorts.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377 or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

Mark Nelson

Thursday, 16 March 2017 19:40

Detectives Investigate Riverbank Stabbing

RIVERBANK - Detectives investigated a stabbing that sent one person to the hospital Thursday afternoon.

Shortly before 3:30pm, authorities were called out to Cobblestone Bakery located at Third and Stanislaus Streets for a report of a person stabbed. Deputies located the victim with a stab wound to the abdomen a short distance away. He was transported to the emergency room where he is expected to survive.

Mark Nelson

During the investigation, authorities discovered that the victim was outside the bakery when he was approached by the suspect. The suspect walked into the business and the victim followed where a brief argument occurred before the stabbing. The suspect fled.

A man who identified himself as the owner of the bakery said the victim was the manager of the business who was unloading items when he was assaulted.

Authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect responsible for the stabbing. The only description available was a Hispanic adult male.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective Nunes at (209) 869-7162, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Thursday, 16 March 2017 17:34

Man Dies from Gunshot Wound to the Leg

MODESTO - Police are investigating a homicide aftera man died from a gun shot wound to the leg Wednesday night.

Police responded to the area of Orchard Park Way near Floyd Avenue at about 8:15pm for a report of an assault. They found the victim, identified as 31 year old David Reyes, suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. He was transported to a hospital where he later died.

Investigators believe the suspect and victim may have known each other. A motive or suspect description was not available.

Authorities are asking for anyone who may have information regarding this case to contact Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

Mark Nelson

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 16:27

Anthony Silva Released on Bond

FRENCH CAMP - Anthony Silva, the former mayor of the city of Stockton, was released on bond Wednesday afternoon from the San Joaquin County Jail.

Silva was released on bond after a judge reviewed and approved his bail. His initial bail of $1 million was reduced to $350,000 Monday in court.

Mark Nelson

Silva was arrested at the San Francisco airport on March 5th on return from a recent trip to Colombia, after investigators with the San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office served warrants at the Stockton Kids Club and Silva's north Stockton home. Silva faces charges including money laundering, embezzlement, and grand theft.

Officials with the district attorney's office say Silva used stolen funds to pay for rooms at Motel 6, trips to the Philippines, and a subscription to

Prior to these recent charges, Silva was arrested in 2016 and faces misdemeanor charges stemming from an incident involving an alleged strip poker game at a summer camp for kids.

As conditions of Silva's release, he is required to wear a monitoring device.

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