Derran Conway Rogers has been missing since February 27, 1973. He is a caucasian male adult born on August 30th, 1959. He has blond hair and blue eyes. If anyone has any information regarding this case you are asked to contact the Modesto Police Department at 209.572.9532 or 209.572.9500 you can also call crimestoppers at 209.521.4636 where you can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward.
On April 1, 2013, at 12:16 pm, a witness reported seeing a female subject described as a white female adult, in her 20’s, blonde hair, peach colored shirt, gray sweatpants, tan Uggs boots, in front of the 7-11 Store in the 2700 block of Country Club Blvd. The female was yelling something at two male subjects who were in a vehicle described as a green / blue Lexus, two door, California license plate 6FIF146. As the female started to walk away, Subject #1 exited the vehicle, went up to the female, put his arms around her, and walked her to the vehicle. The female continued talking to the two subjects and then entered the back seat of the vehicle. The vehicle drove away southbound Interstate 5 and possibly took the Monte Diablo Avenue exit.
The two subjects were described as:
Subject #1: African-American male, last seen wearing a black shirt and black jeans.
Subject #2: African-American male, last seen wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans.
The Stockton Police Department is encouraging citizens to call if they have information pertaining to this investigation. Callers are asked to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377, the Investigations Unit at (209) 937-8323, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600. Callers can remain anonymous.
Citizens may also text information from their cell phones to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) and type the keyword TIPSPD and then their tip or logon to the Stockton Police Department’s Facebook page and click submit a tip.
Just after midnight, Police officers were called to the Stockton Channel near Morelli Park with Marine Deputies from the Sheriff's Department after a fisherman reported locating a body.
The body was recovered by officials, but no identification has been made. Authorities describe the deceased as a male in his 20's.
An autopsy has been scheduled.
On March 27, deputies with the San Joaquin County Sheriff Department arrested a man they say posed as a store manager and coerced a teen into sex acts.
Officials say the suspect, identified as Thomas Andrew Brink, confronted a 17 year old as she exited the rite aid on the 6400 block of Pacific Avenue in Stockton and accused her of shoplifting. He then escorted her to the back of the shopping center where he coerced her to perform sexual acts on him.
Brink was identified as a suspect and interviewed. Authorities later booked him on charges of child molestation, kidnap for a sexual crime and a variety of others.
Dallas Randolph White, 57, of Patterson was convicted on multiple charges of child molestation District Attorney Birgit Fladager announced today.
White repeatedly committed the acts between August of 2010 and June of 2011 with a child under the age of 10.
A sentence day is scheduled for May 7th, 2013. White faces a maximum of 99 years in prison.
A Hispanic man in his 20's is in critical condition after an exchange of gunfire, according to authorities.
The incident happened just before 5pm this afternoon after police received a call that someone was injured in a shooting near East Lindsay and North Union Streets. Upon arrival they located the male victim suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to a local hospital where he was listed in critical condition and his injuries are considered life threatening.
After further investigation it was discovered that the shooting victim had engaged in an exchange of gunfire with a dark colored pickup truck that fled the scene.
Police continue to investigate the incident.
An SUV was found nose down in the Tuolumne River between 7th and 9th Streets this afternoon.
Emergency crews responded to the call which came in just after 2pm today. First responders determined no one was in the vehicle and it was later discovered that the vehicle was stolen.
A towing service was called to the scene to tow the vehicle out of the water.
This morning the Waterloo bridge over Highway 99 was closed for a report of a suspicious object.
The object was described as a backpack with a pipe and wires sticking out of it. Authorities closed the bridge and requested the bomb squad.
The bomb squad responded to the scene and after investigating decided to detonate the device, rendering it harmless.
On March 17, 2013, at 8:10 pm, a shooting occurred in the 1800 block of E. Sonora Street in Stockton. The residents were having a gathering at the front of their residence when 3 to 4 Hispanic males walked towards the residence and began shooting into the crowd at the location. Five people were struck by gunfire. Two of those people died as a result of their injuries caused by the gunfire.
The suspects arrived in a white or cream colored vehicle. They were last seen fleeing the area northbound Locust Street from Sonora Street.
Homicide Detectives have developed information that Sergio Hernandez, a 20 year old male, 5’08” and 130 pounds, was involved in the homicide. Hernandez should be considered armed and dangerous. There is a no-bail arrest warrant for Hernandez charging him with homicide.
The Stockton Police Department is encouraging citizens to call if they have information pertaining to this investigation. Callers are asked to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377, the InvestigationsUnit at (209) 937-8323 – ask for Detective Chuck Harris and Detective Dave Reeder, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600. Callers can remain anonymous.
Citizens may also text information from their cell phones to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) and type the keyword TIPSPD and then their tip or logon to the Stockton Police Department’s Facebook page and click ‘Submit A Tip’.
If you have any information that may lead to an arrest contact Crime Stoppers. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards up to $10,000.
Authorities on Thursday morning began multiple investigations on an hours long hostage standoff that ended with an officer involved shooting.
An administrative investigation, an officer involved shooting investigation, as well as a separate investigation from the district attorney's office are all taking place at a home on Evona Court.
Officers opened fire on an armed man in the home during an attempt to rescue an injured elderly woman, presumably his wife. The man died from the shooting. He was armed with a revolver.
Lieutenant Rick Armendariz, a spokesman for the Modesto Police Department, said the woman's health was declining and required medical attention.
The incident began Wednesday evening at about 6pm. Police responded to the residence for a report of a disturbance. Authorities were confronted by the man who threatened to open fire on officers if they made any attempt to approach.
Negotiators were called to the scene to attempt to reason with him. Officials note that he became more aggressive as the standoff unfolded, at one point threatening to set fire to the home.
Officials will continue to investigate throughout the day.