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Stockton community comes together to remember Misty

STOCKTON - While Stockton police continue to investigate last week's deadly bank robbery shootout, the community is coming together to pay its respects to the victim.

41-year-old Misty Holt-Singh was killed during the violent ordeal. Over the weekend, memorial services for Holt-Singh were held throughout Stockton, uniting the city torn by tragedy.

"It's been a tremendous outpouring from everybody in the community. Stockton, Lodi, it's just been tremendous," said Bobby Spencer, pastor at Bear Creek Community Church in Lodi where funeral services for Holt-Singh will be held.

Holt-Singh and two bank employees were taken hostage during the violent ordeal on Wednesday. The victims were forced into an SUV at gunpoint by three men who then led police on a high-speed chase that culminated with three deaths.

Robber's father says police acted appropriately

Robber's father says police acted appropriately

STOCKTON (AP) - The father of a slain bank robbery suspect says Stockton police acted appropriately when they engaged in a gunbattle with his son.

The father of robbery suspect Alex Gregory Martinez, Greg Martinez, said Friday that he believes police's use of lethal force was justifiable. The suspect's girlfriend Monica Lam echoed Greg Martinez's sentiment.

"I don't condone what happened. I'm just as mad as everybody else, you know," Lam said. "We're all hurt and are still in shock."

Hostage Misty Holt-Singh was killed during the shootout. Greg Martinez expressed his condolences for her family.

"We'd like to send our condolences to the victim's family. We feel for them," Greg Martinez said.

Police seek driver in deadly Stockton bank heist

Police seek driver in deadly Stockton bank heist

STOCKTON (AP) - Stockton said they're looking for the driver of a car that was involved in a bank robbery and violent shootout that ended with three deaths, including a hostage.

The car was seen on the bank's surveillance cameras on Wednesday. On Friday, shortly after police released a photo of the car to the public, a tip led investigators to the car, which was found abandoned four miles away from the bank.


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Girlfriend of slain Stockton shootout suspect speaks out

Girlfriend of slain Stockton shootout suspect speaks out

STOCKTON -The long-time girlfriend of a slain Stockton bank robbery suspect talked to News10 about Gilbert Renteria. She offered her condolences to the family of hostage Misty Holt-Singh, who died during a shootout between the suspects and police.

"It breaks my heart that they lost, that he lost his wife, that they lost their mother because my kids lost their father, so I can comprehend that, you know," Angelica Tovar said.

Tovar and Renteria had been dating for 11 years. They have two young children together, and a teenager from Tovar's previous relationship.

Tovar said Renteria had gotten into trouble in years past, but he had served his time. She said the man she knew was far different from the documented gang member described by investigators.

Police find car that may be connected to Stockton bank robbery suspects

Police located a car they believe is the one three bank robbery suspects used to drive to a Stockton bank Wednesday before a high-speed chase and deadly shootout.

Stockton police Officer Joe Silva said the suspect vehicle was found in the 3200 block of West Creek Drive about four miles west of the robbed Bank of the West on Hammer Lane and Thornton Road.

The suspect vehicle, a dark-colored sedan, was seen on the bank's surveillance video before the robbery. Shortly after the photo was released, police got a tip that led them to the car, Silva said.

Police are looking for the driver of the sedan.

Family of woman slain in Stockton bank robbery address the public


The family of the woman killed in Wednesday's bank robbery and subsequent shootout in Stockton addressed the media from outside the offices of Stockton attorney Michael Platt on Friday.

Misty Holt-Singh's husband, son, daughter, sister and the family attorney spoke at the briefing, largely thanking family, friends and the public for their support, and the media for respecting of the family's wishes for privacy. Each also individually highlighted Holt Singh's selflessness.