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STOCKTON- A pedestrian was rushed to the hospital late Monday night after reportedly being struck by a vehicle.

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The collision was reported at about 11:25pm near the intersection of Wilson Way and Park Street. Early reports indicate the pedestrian may have been run over more than once before emergency personnel arrived.

Police shut down Wilson Way to investigate the crash. The pedestrian was rushed to an area hospital by ambulance.

The victim appeared to be an adult male, according to an official at the scene. He did not know where the pedestrian was traveling to, or if the victim was in a crosswalk when the collision happened.

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The Stockton Police Traffic Unit responded to the intersection to examine the scene and take measurements for the investigation of the crash.

A pair of shoes and some other debris was scattered about the intersection closest to the southbound lanes.

There were no vehicles at the scene that appear to have stopped. Authorities indicated traffic cameras at the intersection may reveal more details about the crash.

Anyone with information regarding this crash is encouraged to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377.

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Thursday, 30 August 2018 09:56

Crime Scene Investigation in West Modesto

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MODESTO - Deputies with the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office closed off a road to investigate a crime scene Thursday morning.

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The incident happened at about 9:00am on the 900 block of Seybold Avenue south of California Avenue. A section of the road was closed off with crime scene tape as investigators responded to the location.

By 10:00am, the homicide unit arrived at the scene.

Neighbors in the area indicated hearing gunshots the night before.

”I always hear gunshots,” another said.

Further details will be provided as information develops.

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Thursday, 23 August 2018 16:43

Search Called Off For Missing Ceres Man

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TUOLUMNE COUNTY - Authorities called off the search for a missing Ceres man presumed drowned in the New Melones Reservoir.

Officials believe 58 year old Richard Matlock went Missing last weekend and drowned at the lake. Multiple agencies searched the water over various days in an attempt to find and recover Matlock. Sonar equipment and dive teams were used, but there was no success in locating the victim.

Authorities say the extreme depths of the reservoir make rescue and recovery efforts highly strategic and very dangerous. The search and recovery efforts were called off August 21st.

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“We send our heartfelt condolences to the Matlock Family for their tragic loss,” authorities said in a statement.

“Our number one goal is to find Rick to be able to lay him to rest,” family wrote on social media.

They described Matlock as a big family man who was married to the love of his life for 40 years. He worked for E-Towing for almost 20 years and ran their Modesto yard. To his children and grandchildren, he was the center of their world. Relatives call the loss unimaginable and devastating.

“He was the guy that you called when you needed help, and he showed up, every single time, no matter what. Rick had so many friends and that he considered family, and a lot of people called him Dad.”

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Matlock’s family plans to be proactive in his recovery, although they don’t plan to do anything out of the scope of their experience. They are asking anyone who can volunteer their time and equipment to meet at the Tuttletown Boat Ramp at New Melones Reservoir on Saturday August 25th at 9:00am. Anyone interested in volunteering is encouraged to call Ric Nesslage at (209) 581-7634

A memorial fund in honor of Matlock was set up via GoFundMe. If you would like to contribute, you can do so by clicking HERE.

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Monday, 18 June 2018 00:02

Aircraft Makes Emergency Landing on Highway

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TUOLUMNE COUNTY - An aircraft low on fuel made an emergency landing on Highway 49 Sunday afternoon.

Sheriff Officials say the Boeing Biplane took off from the Columbia Airport around 4:45pm. They received a call shortly before 5:30pm reporting the plane having to make an emergency landing because of low fuel.

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The airplane safely made an emergency landing on Highway 49 near the Stevenot Bridge. There were no vehicles on the highway at the time, and no one was injured.

Officers with the California Highway Patrol responded to close the road while the pilot safely pushed the airplane onto the shoulder. There was no damage to the craft. The road remained closed while the plane was refueled. Shortly after the pilot was able to take off again.

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Sunday, 17 June 2018 12:54

Deceased Man Found in Creek

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MERCED - Authorities are conducting a death investigation after the discovery of a deceased man in a creek Saturday afternoon.

Shortly before 3:00pm police were called to the area of West 16th Street and Highway 59 for the report of a person floating in the creek. Early reports indicate a pedestrian was walking in the area and noticed an odor before finding the body. Arriving police officers located a deceased man who has not been identified.

Detectives responded to investigate the incident. Officials with the Merced County Coroner will continue the investigation to determine the man's identity and cause of death.

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Wednesday, 13 June 2018 17:39

Fire in Waterford

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WATERFORD - Emergency crews responded to a report of a fire Wednesday afternoon.

The Fire was reported on the 12000 block of Hernandez Avenue at about 5:30pm. Early reports indicated dark smoke from behind a structure. Fire spread to a second structure, and a call for a second alarm was made.

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An ambulance was also requested to the scene, but neighbors reported no one was inside the home. Firefighters quickly stopped the flames from spreading any further as more resources responded to the scene.

No details on the cause of the fire were available at time of publication.

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MODESTO - A 38 year old man who was involved in an altercation with Stanislaus County Sheriff Deputies died while in custody Saturday.

At about 10:30am, the man flagged down deputies to the parking lot of the Country Girl Truck Stop on South 7th Street indicating something was wrong with his truck. Deputies later learned the vehicle was unregistered and notified the man he would be receiving a citation. Authorities said the man became upset and began fighting with deputies. Additional deputies responded and the man was taken into custody.

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Authorities say that as the man was transported by a deputy to a local hospital to be medically cleared, he became unresponsive. Hospital staff provided medical care to the man, but he later died.

The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office and District Attorney’s Office are investigating the incident to determine the events leading up to the man’s death. An autopsy is pending and the identity of the man was not released by officials.

Authorities are asking anyone with information regarding this case to contact Detective Carter at (209) 525-7075.

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