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Stockton police are looking for a suspected gang member after he resisted arrest

Stockton police are looking for a suspected gang member after he resisted arrest


Police are looking for a suspected gang member after he resisted arrest and fled from police Sunday afternoon according to Stockton Police Department's Facebook post.

The post stated that Crensenico Lua, 33, resisted arrest, stole a car and nearly struck a Stockton police officer when officers tried to take him into custody while responding to a disturbance call.

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Cookie exchanges - 20 years and counting

Cookie exchanges - 20 years and counting

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Stockton school one of just two in nation for homeless children

Stockton school one of just two in nation for homeless children

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Spelling bee champs move up to state competition

Spelling bee champs move up to state competition

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Last-minute strategies to cut your tax bill

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University of the Pacific basketball relies on business ties

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Super Bowl tickets raffle in Stockton aids charities

Super Bowl tickets raffle in Stockton aids charities


STOCKTON - At every Super Bowl, you can be certain there's a dozen or so people from the Stockton area -- and they didn't spend much getting that Super Bowl experience.

That's because they took part in the annual raffle of Super Bowl tickets in Stockton, tickets donated by the family of Alex Spanos so agencies like the St. Mary's Dining Room can raise much-needed funds.

"This year we're looking to raise about $50,000 from the event, which will help us provide meals in our dining room, that's about 14,000 meals per year, " St. Mary's Director Edward Figueroa said.

Spanos is the owner of the San Diego Chargers. For years, the Spanos Family has donated the game tickets and $2,000 in cash to give to people who win the raffle.