Several Arrests Made During Compliance Check Of Registered Sex Offenders In Stanislaus County
MODESTO (CBS13) — A one-day operation named “Operation Candyman” was recently conducted to check the compliance of registered sex offenders, said the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department. The October 26 operation involved checking up on 33 previously convicted and registered sex offenders to ensure that they were not reoffending or violating any additional laws. The aim of these compliance checks was to ensure the safety of the community and, in particular, children with Halloween around the corner and the return of trick-or-treating this year. “We focused on education, compliance, public safety, enforcement where appropriate, and community engagement by making our presence visible for all
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Man Dies After Being Shot In Vehicle At Stockton Intersection With 6-Year-Old Son Inside
STOCKTON (CBS13) — The year old man who was shot inside his vehicle with his 6-year old son beside him Thursday afternoon has died, police say. Stockton police say the shooting happened a little before p.m. at Weber Avenue and American Street. Officers who responded to the scene found that a man had been shot while inside his car. Also inside the car was the man’s 6-year-old son. The child was not hurt in the shooting, but the man was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Later Thursday night, police announced that the man had died. No suspect information has been released at this point.
Parents Arrested In Newborn’s Death In Ceres
CERES (CBS13) — Two Ceres parents were arrested after a months-long investigation into their newborn baby’s death, police said on Thursday. Michael Holson, 31, and Donna Stringfellow, 30, were booked into the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center Thursday and face charges of willful harm or injury to a child. michael-holsonMichael Holson, 31, Ceres (credit: Ceres Police Department)donna-stringfellowDonna Stringfellow, 30, of Ceres (credit: Ceres Police Department) According to the Ceres Police Department, officers were called to the block of Wast Whitmore Avenue for reports of a possibly deceased infant at approximately 1 a.m. on July 5. Over the course of the investigation with Child Protective Services and the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office, enough evidence was uncovered to support the child neglect and abuse charge against Holson and Stringfellow, Ceres police said. The circumstances around the infant’s death remain under investigation. Anyone with information relevant to the case is asked to contact the Ceres Police Department.
Ceres police arrest parents after investigation into death of infant
CERES, Calif. (KTXL) — Ceres police arrested two people Thursday after a nearly four-month investigation into the death of a newborn baby. The investigation began July 8 when officers went to East Whitmore and Herndon avenues for reports of a possibly dead baby. The baby was taken to a hospital but was pronounced deceased. Detectives […]
Parents arrested in connection with death of newborn baby, Ceres police say
CERES, Calif. — Months after a newborn baby died, Ceres police said they arrested the parents Thursday in connection with the death. Donna Stringfellow and Michael Holson were arrested for willful harm or injury to a child, the Ceres Police Department said in a release. Detectives along with the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office believe there is enough evidence to support a child neglect/abuse against the parents.
Large Fight Broken Up At Lincoln High In Stockton; No Injuries Reported
STOCKTON (CBS13) — Several fights broke out at Lincoln High in Stockton during lunch late Thursday morning, but – despite reports on social media – the school district says no weapons were involved. Stockton police say a large fight was reported at the school a little before noon. Exactly what started the fight is unclear. School administrators were trying to break up the fight when police were called. Officers responded to the campus and the situation was brought under control. Police say no weapons were involved and no injuries have been reported. Stockton Unified School District officials confirmed that several fights took place at the Lincoln High campus during lunch, but noted that the school was never placed on lockdown. Students were ushered into class a few minutes early and asked to shelter in place out of an abundance of caution, the district says. No incidents were reported at Sierra Middle School, the district says. Officers will stay in the area through the rest of the school day as a precaution, Stockton police say.
Modesto police search for attacker who left man unconscious on 9th Street bridge
Police are searching for the person who attacked a man who was found unconscious on the 9th Street bridge in Modesto on Tuesday.
Manteca Man, 30, Facing Attempted Murder Charges For Ripon Shooting
RIPON (CBS13) — A man is under arrest in connection to a shooting that happened last Friday in Ripon that left one person hurt. Ripon police say, back on the night of Oct. 22, officers responded to investigate a shooting along the block of E. Milgeo Avenue. Officers found a man inside a residence in the area with gunshot wounds. That man was taken to the hospital, but his injuries were said to be not life-threatening. Police said at the time that the suspect and victim knew each other, but no other information was released. On Thursday, Ripon police announced that they had arrested year-old Manteca resident Kevin Lawrence Jones for the shooting. He reportedly turned himself in to the police department the night before. Jones is now facing charges of attempted murder.
Robert Durst transferred to prison medical facility
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Convicted murderer Robert Durst has been transferred to state prison less than two weeks after being hospitalized on a ventilator with COVID following his sentencing for the slaying of his best friend. Durst, 78, the estranged heir of a New York real estate empire, was moved
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Community mourns loss of Dr. Vanek, honors his service
Atwater residents and members of the local health care community are mourning the loss of Dr. Edward Vanek. Dr. Vanek — who came to Merced County as a much-needed orthopedic surgeon and later became a medical adviser to the City of Atwater during the pandemic of — passed away on Oct. 12 after an eight-week battle with the Delta variant of the COVID virus. He was
Taste of Ripon taking place on Dec. 2
A Taste of Ripon is returning after a one-year absence. The Ripon Chamber of Commerce announced that ticket sales are now available online for the 26th annual event on Dec. 2, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The 26th annual Taste of Ripon will resemble that of the pervious downtown
San Jose Man Accused Of Fatally Hitting Estranged Wife With Car Arrested In Modesto
SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A year-old San Jose man was arrested Thursday morning in Modesto after fatally hitting his estranged wife with a car in San Jose, according to authorities. The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department said Ignacio Espinoza, 52, was arrested at a Modesto transit center and taken back to San Jose. He was being held in county jail on charges of homicide and assault with a deadly weapon. According to investigators, his estranged wife was discovered unconscious at around a.m. Wednesday in the area of Jerilyn Drive at Dale Drive in unincorporated San Jose. She was rushed to
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Ripon Christian High School granted temporary restraining order against Sac-Joaquin Section
Ripon Christian High School, whose football team was banned from postseason by the Sac-Joaquin Section earlier this year, was granted a temporary restraining order against section, potentially paving the way for the Knights to compete in postseason. The ruling was made earlier this week in San Joaquin County Superior Court.
Search On For Pepper Spray-Wielding Suspect In Turlock
TURLOCK (CBS13) — A simple stop at the grocery store took a sudden and startling turn when police say a man started confronting people with two dogs at his side and pepper spray in his hand. “I’d have a fit. That is just too much. That’s scary,” said shopper Tammy Rice. CBS13 showed the suspect’s picture to Rice who was shopping at Grocery Outlet off Main Street in Turlock. It’s where investigators say the most recent incident happened when the suspect went into the store with the two dogs. Police say he went to buy something but then showed his pepper spray to
'I just want to know why he tried to kill me' | Stockton man shot in alleged hate crime sees accused gunman in court
STOCKTON, Calif — Less than three weeks after surviving a near deadly shooting, year old Bobby Gayle waited Thursday morning outside a courtroom on the eighth floor of the San Joaquin County Superior Courthouse in Downtown Stockton. "I want to make sure people like him is not out on the
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Lincoln High students shelter-in-place Thursday afternoon after 'large student fight'
STOCKTON — A “large student fight” on the Lincoln High School campus at a.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, resulted in students sheltering in place and Stockton police being called to the scene. "We did have several fights on the Lincoln High School campus today at lunch," Superintendent Kelly Dextraze said
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Modesto man arrested for six felonies and three misdemeanor charges following a mph chase
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — An year-old Modesto resident is behind bars after leading Stanislaus County Sheriff deputies on a mph chase throughout the streets of north Modesto and into the outskirts of Riverbank early Thursday morning. The interaction with law enforcement started with a call of a domestic dispute and ended with a K9 deputy biting the man and deputies taking him into custody.
According to a community alert from the sheriff's office, deputies with Riverbank Police Services responded to a home near Crawford Road and Oakdale Road in Riverbank for a call of a domestic dispute just after 3 a.m. When law enforcement got there, they spoke with a woman who said she was a "victim of criminal threats, domestic violence, false imprisonment, vandalism and a residential burglary." During the interaction, deputies identified the suspect as Thomas Harry.
Eventually, deputies found Harry at a park in Modesto. According to a press release, Harry did not cooperate and started to yell at law enforcement. At some point, he allegedly pulled out a knife and lunged at deputies in an attempt to draw "them into an officer-involved shooting." The sheriff's office says deputies used their less-than-lethal beanbag shotgun, hitting Harry. But the rounds did not stop him, and he then jumped in his car and took off.
Deputies said Harry took law enforcement on a short chase reaching speeds of over mph. Modesto Police Department officers responded to assist with the chase by deploying stop sticks near the intersection of Sylvan and Roselle Avenue. This worked and resulted in Harry crashing his car into a nearby retaining wall.
Law enforcement said Harry then took off on foot in an effort to escape arrest by jumping into people's yards. Eventually, Harry was found when the sheriff's office said a citizen called to say an intruder was in their backyard, as well with the assistance of our aerial drone team. Once he was found, deputies said he still didn't cooperate and the K9 deputy had to apprehend him.
Harry was taken in for treatment and evaluation at a nearby local area hospital. He was eventually medically cleared and booked into the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center for six felonies and three misdemeanor charges.
Here is a breakdown of the charges:
- Domestic violence
- False imprisonment
- Evasion during the vehicle pursuit
- Delaying or resisting a peace officer
- Threaten a crime with the intent to terrorize
- Brandishing a firearm or weapon charges
Harry is being held on $, bail.
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