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Thursday, 05 September 2019 12:10

Police Arrest Homicide Suspect

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MODESTO - Police arrested a homicide suspect Thursday morning, officials say.

The suspect and a weapon were located Thursday morning at a mobile home park on Yosemite Boulevard.

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Officials at the scene confirmed the suspect was wanted in connection to the shooting death of James Seth Brackett on August 30th.

Police also located a shotgun at the location.

The shooting happened Friday morning on the 200 block of Rosina Avenue. Officers responded to a report of a person suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to a hospital where he later died.

Further updates will be provided as they become available.

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Wednesday, 04 September 2019 17:44

Merced Deputy Shot, Suspect on the Run

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DOS PALOS - A Merced County Deputy was wounded during a shooting, and the suspect is on the run.

Authorities with the Merced County Sheriff’s Office say a Deputy was shot during a confrontation with a suspect, but is expected to survive.

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Multiple law enforcement agencies are working to locate the suspect. He was identified as 51 year old Guadalupe Lopez-Herrera.

Lopez Herrera was last seen possibly driving a white 2013 GMC Sierra crew cab with the plate of 25599H1. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call (209) 385-7445 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Monday, 02 September 2019 16:06

33 Missing Off California Coast During Boat Fire

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SANTA BARBARA - A fire that caused a dive boat to sink overnight off the coast of California has left as many as 33 people missing, officials say.

Authorities say a distress call was received on an emergency channel at about 3:30am near Santa Cruz Island. The report indicated a 75-foot commercial diving boat was fully engulfed in fire.

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Crews with the US Coast Guard, Santa Barbara Fire Department responded.

Early reports indicate that five crew members were rescued by a pleasure boat in the area. Authorities searched the shoreline by boat and helicopter Monday morning for survivors. Reports indicated many passengers were trapped below deck of the vessel.

The boat, named Conception, sank about 20 yards from the island. A phone number for concerned family members was established Monday afternoon. Families can call the hotline at 833-688-5551.

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Thursday, 29 August 2019 15:30

Officials Warn of Aggressive Mosquito Species

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STOCKTON - Residents in the Brookside community of Stockton are being warned after the discovery of a very aggressive mosquito species.

The Invasive Aedes mosquito, also known as the Yellow Fever Mosquito, have been discovered in the area. These daytime biting insects are causing officials great concern and are asking residents in the area to take caution around their properties.

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Officials say the mosquitos are very aggressive, difficult to control and can potentially carry diseases like Zika and Dengue. San Joaquin Mosquito & Vector personnel are going door to door asking to inspect every yard to eliminate breeding sources.

District officials are also asking for homeowners to help them in allowing inspections to take place, adding that several generations of mosquitos can spawn from one female. The insect lays the eggs individually at various levels, so when water reaches each egg, they hatch.

These eggs are placed on items such as flowerpots, tires, saucers, yard drains and even bottle caps.

It is always a good idea to eliminate any sources of standing water, avoid being outdoors at dawn and sunset, and wear insect repellent containing deet.

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Tuesday, 27 August 2019 16:01

Missing Rafter Located by Air Support Unit

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ESCALON - Authorities are crediting team efforts and the Stanislaus Sheriff Air Unit in locating a missing rafter.

Officials say shortly after 3:00pm Monday they received a phone call of a rafter who had not returned from the McHenry Recreational Park near Escalon. The friend stated the rafter had been gone for about two hours.

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A search of the area began between Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties for the missing rafter as friends and family began to arrive. They provided additional information about the young man.

The Stanislaus Sheriff Air Support Unit responded to assist, and were able to locate the missing rafter. He was flown back to the park to reunite with family and friends who were grateful to have him back.

Authorities encourage everyone to wear life jackets near the water and warn that rocks and debris can potentially puncture floating devices.

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Tuesday, 27 August 2019 11:17

Deputy Involved Shooting Investigated in Stockton

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STOCKTON - Authorities are investigating a shooting involving at least one deputy after they responded to a report of an armed man Tuesday morning.

Shortly after 7:00am, deputies were dispatched to a home on the 2600 block of Florida Avenue for a report of a man with a gun. Three deputies arrived and located the suspect in the yard of a home.

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The suspect turned and pointed the weapon at deputies, according to sheriff’s spokeswoman Andrea Lopez. At least one deputy opened fire striking the suspect. He was rushed to a hospital where he later died.

Lopez said the suspect was a man in his late 60’s, and was in violation of a restraining order at the time of the incident. She was not sure if the suspect lived at the residence or the connection he had to the location.

Officials initiated a protocol investigation, which is standard procedure for these incidents. No other injuries were reported.

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Monday, 26 August 2019 19:21

Sanitation Worker Killed in Riverbank

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RIVERBANK - A sanitation worker was killed by the arm of a garbage truck Monday afternoon.

Authorities say the worker was killed by the arm that grabs garbage cans near Homewood Way. No further details were available, OSHA was expected to have more information Tuesday.

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