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MODESTO - Police are investigating the shooting death of a man in a downtown parking lot that also left a second man injured.

Early Sunday morning dispatchers received a 911 call reporting a shooting that had happened in a parking lot near the intersection of 10th and I Streets. Police arrived and found a man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to a hospital where he later died.

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Authorities identified the victim as 26 year old Jimmy McAny. A 22 year old man later arrived at a hospital by private vehicle also suffering from gunshot wounds. He was treated and released.

Police believe McAny was involved in an altercation with another group of individuals before being shot. Investigators are working to establish a motive and identify suspects in the case.

Authorities are encouraging anoyone who may have any information regarding this case to call Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward.

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MODESTO - Authorities arrested a man on homicide related charges after a shooting Friday afternoon on Vernon Avenue.

Shortly before 3:00pm, deputies with the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office responded to a home on the 1700 block of Vernon where they found a man down in the driveway who had been shot. The victim, identified only as a 47 year old man, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Deputies detained 48 year old Joey Hardy at the scene during the investigation. After interviewing witnesses, detectives learned that an argument took place at the home before the shooting happened.

Hardy was transported to the Sheriff's Office and later booked into the Stanislaus County Jail. Detectives are working to establish the relationship between him and the victim.

Authorities are encouraging anyone with information regarding this case to contact Detective Brown at (209) 567-4485, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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MODESTO - Authorities took a man into custody this week who planned to carry out a terrorist attack at Pier 39 in San Francisco on Christmas Day.

According to documents filed in the US District Court Eastern District of California Friday, a criminal complaint alleges that Everitt Aaron Jameson planned to build explosive devices and carry out an attack on Monday. The complaint was filed by Special Agent Christopher McKinney with the FBI.

The document details Jameson's social media activity led to his discovery. A "confidential human source" made contact with him to learn of the details of his plan. Jameson had been in communication with the FBI contact, who led him to believe he had connections to ISIS and to develop plans for his attack. He planned to build explosives in a mountainous location, store them at his home, then detonate them at Pier 39.

A search warrant of Jameson's home led to his arrest and gathering of evidence, according to the twelve page complaint. As agents interviewed Jameson, he expressed his support of ISIS and said he would have been happy had such an attack would have been carried out.

A Facebook account believed to have belonged to Jameson was shut down off the social media site early Friday afternoon.

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Wednesday, 20 December 2017 11:02

Man Shot During Confrontation With Trespassers

STOCKTON - A man was injured after being shot during a confrontation with trespassers Tuesday night, police say.

The shooting was reported on the 900 block of Sunnyoak Way shortly after 9:00pm. Authorities say the victim noticed two males exiting the neighbor's backyard and became involved in a fight after confronting them. As the suspects attempted to flee, the victim threw a shovel at the suspects, who opened fire with a gun striking the victim in the chest and arm.

The victim was rushed to a hospital where he underwent surgery for his wounds. Police say he is expected to survive. The suspects are described as three males, two caucasian and the third an unknown race in their 20's weighing about 150lbs.

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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Wednesday, 20 December 2017 10:52

Modesto Police Investigate Shooting

MODESTO - Police investigated a shooting that injured one person Wednesday morning.

The shooting was reported during the 7am hour on Ardmore Avenue near the neighborhood of College and West Orangeburg Avenues. Early reports indicate a man entering his vehicle was struck by gunfire. The shooter may have been in a dark sedan and opened fire as they drove by.

The victim, an adult man, suffered a non-life threatening wound to the arm. The shooter was outstanding police say.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Modesto Police Department at (209) 572-9500, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Wednesday, 20 December 2017 10:21

Fire Crews Respond to Burning Strip Mall

MODESTO - Fire crews responded to a burning strip mall late Tuesday evening.

The fire was reported at about 11:00pm at a commercial building at the intersection of Yosemite Boulevard and South Santa Cruz Avenue. Fire was visible from the rear of the building with smoke pouring from the attic. Firefighters made entry through the rear of the building to combat the flames.

The building had previously housed several businesses including a barber shop and a Metro PCS store. The building now appeared boarded and vandalized with broken windows and graffiti. Sections of the building appeared demolished, with signs of transient camps surrounding the area.

The cause of the fire was under investigation.

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STANISLAUS COUNTY - Authorities investigating the discovery of a man's remains are treating the case as a homicide and are asking for the public's help in identifying the victim.

The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office reports that detectives were called out to the 6600 block of McCracken Road north of Westley on November 18th for the report of a deceased person. Deputies arrived and found the remains of a heavyset man between the ages of 19 and 25. Detectives believe he may have been missing for the last couple of years.

Authorities say that identification is pending due to the condition of the remains. Investigators aren't sure how the body ended up in Ingram Creek and are looking for the public's help in identifying the victim and providing leads.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective Wyatt at (209) 525-7091 or Crime Stoppers where callers can remain anonymous at (209) 521-4636.

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Thursday, 14 December 2017 17:13

Two Injured in Plane Crash near Valley Springs

VALLEY SPRINGS - Two men in their 70’s were injured during a plane crash Thursday.

Emergency personnel were dispatched to the 10000 block of Hogan Dam Road for a report of a plane crash at an airstrip on private property. Arriving deputies with the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office found firefighters providing aid to a 72 year old man from the Lake Camanche area and a 75 year old man from Pine Grove.

Witness statements indicate the plane may have been flying low in an attempt to land when it clipped a tree near the end of the runway. Authorities say the plane is a 1981 Cessna single engine fixed wing aircraft. 

Both occupants were able to exit the aircraft on their own, and were flown to hospitals out of the area by air ambulance. Sheriff deputies assisted FAA officials to investigate the exact cause of the crash.

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MANTECA - A traffic collision involving several vehicles closed at least three lanes of Highway 99 near the 120 interchange Thursday morning.

The crash was reported at about 9:31am and involved at least one big rig according to the California Highway Patrol. Emergency crews responded and closed off the left three lanes of the highway, diverting traffic away from scattered debris and spilled fuel.

All occupants appeared to be out of their vehicles, and minor injuries were reported. The involved big rig and a pickup truck suffered major damage, breaking axles and wheels off of both vehicles. One big rig was carrying 80,000lbs of cargo.

Lane closures were expected to be in place for an extended period of time for cleanup.

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Friday, 08 December 2017 08:09

Head-On Vehicle Collision in Oakdale

OAKDALE - A head-on crash involving two pickup trucks congested traffic Friday morning.

The crash was reported near North Yosemite and Valley Home Rd shortly after 7:00am. The crash involved two pickup trucks, one a Toyota and the other a Chevrolet. At least one occupant was pinned in one of the vehicles requiring extrication by firefighters.

An Oak Valley Ambulance was seen leaving the area with lights and siren. Injuries and patient condition, as well as the circumstances surrounding the crash were not available at time of publication.

Southbound lanes of the roadway were closed with traffic being diverted into a shopping center while crews worked to investigate and clear the scene.

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