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Stockton man accused of skipping TB treatment is sent to jail

STOCKTON, CA - The San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office has charged a man with refusing to follow health orders after allegedly not taking medication for his tuberculosis.

Armando Rodriguez, 34, is now behind bars at the county jail until he's considered healthy enough to be near others.

Prosecutor Stephen Taylor said Rodriguez was arrestable after not being home to meet with health officials who would bring the medication and make sure the patient takes it.

Taylor said cases like this happen once or twice a year in San Joaquin County and it's usually for the same reason. 

"Narcotics. The TB meds don't work with street drugs at all, " Taylor said. "They neutralize opiates, so if you're a heroin addict, you can't get high. So you make choices. It's a matter of priorities."

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#88 of 100 Reasons to Smile in Stockton, California

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If you're in the mood for "finger licking good" homemade Soul Food, Catfish N Ribs in Stockton is calling!  With a menu featuring baby back ribs, brisket, catfish, frog legs, mean greens, mac-n-cheese, hush puppies, peach cobbler, and sweet potato pie, you'll find yourself wanting to try the whole menu.  Are you hungry yet?

 

Stockton battles back against crime wave

STOCKTON, CA - The City of Stockton is attacking a crime wave that's left some residents afraid to leave their homes.

"Even though I live with a cop, I've never been more terrified in my life, with this rising crime wave," said Joani Anderson at a Monday night town hall meeting in Stockton.

Aggravated assaults are up 38 percent in the city, so far this year. The murder rate has tripled.

Resident Buddy Denton expressed the frustration of many at Monday night's meeting.

"We can put people in jail, but if they're not staying there, they're right back out doing the same stuff and they know that nothing's gonna happen to them," Denton said after Stockton Police Chief Eric Johnson had addressed the gathering.

Johnson's replied, "we know that we can't do it alone."

#87 of 100 Reasons to Smile in Stockton, California

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In 1946, John Kinder opened his first meat market in the Bay Area and today Kinder's BBQ boasts 15 locations throughout Northern California and Nevada.  Kinder's Meats Deli & BBQ in Stockton offers an old-school meat market, where a butcher will custom-cut your meat. Sink your teeth into one of their high quality sandwiches, including their Famous Ball-Tip Sandwich (which you can also enjoy at any Stockton Port's baseball game!).  And to top it all off you can browse their line of BBQ sauces and marinades so you can bring the Kinder's goodness home....

 

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Man stabbed to death in Stockton

STOCKTON, CA -Police officers responded to a call of a stabbing on the 1300 block of E. Worth St. in Stockton around 5:10 p.m. on Sunday.

According to Stockton police reports, Santonio Gutierrez was found with multiple stab wounds when officers arrived at the scene.

Gutierrez was transported to a nearby hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Stockton detectives continue to investigate the stabbing, but no possible suspects or motives were released.

Anyone with information on the incident was encouraged to contact the Stockton Police Dept.

Stockton boy, 10, grazed by bullet

STOCKTON, CA - A 10-year-old was expected to be fine after being grazed by a bullet on Sunday night.

The Stockton Police Department was called to the 7000 block of Tristan Circle at about 8:45 p.m. on reports of shots fired.

When officers arrived to the home they found two victims with non-life threatening injuries.

One of those victims was a 10-year-old boy. The other victim was an adult male who sustained a gunshot wound.

Both victims were transported to a local hospital.

The motive behind the shooting was not known and no suspect information was available.

 

 

 

 

Stockton gang sweep leads to arrests, seizures

STOCKTON, CA - Stockton police arrested 101 people during a gang sweep Friday and Saturday.

Stockton police worked with California Highway Patrol, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department, Lodi police, Manteca police, Tracy police, U.S. Marshals, FBI, ATF, Department of Homeland Security, and California Department of Corrections during the past two days to suppress gang violence in the city, Det. Joe Silva said.

During the sweep, police arrested Jesus Marez, 23, in connection to the shooting of an ice cream vendor and Adolph Gutierrez, 54, in connection to a fatal stabbing.

The groups conducted patrols and parole/probation compliance searches on known gang members, associates and violent offenders.

Silva said on top of the arrests, the task force also: