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Stockton police chief: 'They were attempting to kill police officers'


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Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones held a press conference Thursday morning to discuss Wednesday's shootout between officers and three bank robbery suspects. A hostage and two of the suspects died as a result of the shootout.

During the press conference Jones said at least 20 police officers have been placed on paid administrative leave following the shootout. Officers who fire their guns are typically placed on administrative leave.

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3rd suspect arrested in Sacramento hookah lounge shootout


Sacramento County sheriff's deputies arrested a third suspect Wednesday in connection to a shooting outside a hookah lounge, where a man was killed and four people were injured.

James Wallace, 28, was booked into Sacramento County Jail for attempted murder, Sheriff's Sgt. Lisa Bowman said. Two other suspects in the shooting -- Tana Dania, 23, and Frank Jackson, 19, -- were arrested Tuesday for murder and attempted murder.

Tyrell Hall, 20, was killed and four people were wounded in a shootout early Sunday morning outside of the Hookah Lounge Smoke Shop in the 1900 block of Fulton Avenue, near Alta Arden. The sheriff's department said two separate fights broke out in the parking lot, which escalated into the shooting.

John Fogerty never slept here (101 grapes & other lesser known facts about Lodi)

John Fogerty never slept here (101 grapes & other lesser known facts about Lodi)

“Lodi” was also  on Creedance Clearwater Revival’s 1969 Green River album

Oh, lord…

Although it was the “B” side of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s 1969 single record, “Bad Moon Rising” (which peaked at No. 52 on the Top 100 singles charts), in many ways the song “Lodi” has endured as one of the group’s catchiest, most memorable tunes – its story line (being “stuck” in a nowheresville town), one that almost anyone can identify with.

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What I have been up lately

What I have been up lately

I have read some amazing books but we have been renovating our house from the bedrooms to the bathrooms, and kitchen.

The books I have read and loved are snow like ashes, kiss of deception, falling into place, and the perilous sea. I also finished the caller.

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UPDATE: Police release photos of suspect, car in shooting wounding Stockton boys


Stockton police detectives released a photo of a man they suspect of shooting two Stockton boys Sunday afternoon, seriously wounding them.

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2 young boys wounded in south Stockton shooting

Investigators also posted a photo of the alleged shooter's vehicle.

The victims were identified by a relative as 15-year-old Jonathan Rockingham and his cousin 12-year-old Zacchaeus Kinsey. Zacchaeus' uncle Terrance Evans said the shooter accused the boys of trying to steal his dog. Detectives have not commented on a motive.

2 young boys wounded in south Stockton shooting


STOCKTON - It wasn't about gangs, guns, or drugs. A shooting Sunday afternoon that sent two young Stockton boys to the hospital was allegedly over a dog.

A 15-year-old boy was taken to UC Davis Medical Center for critical injuries. His 12-year-old cousin is at a hospital in San Joaquin County and is now recovering from surgery. Their families talked about what happened moments before shots rang out.

"The culprit accused my nephew and the other victim of trying to steal his dog," said Terrance Evans.

Evans said his nephew, 12-year-old Zacchaeus Kinsey and his 15-year-old cousin Jonathan Rockingham were walking with two friends along Pilgrim Street when a resident accused them of stealing his dog.

"It was confirmed there was no dog taken," Evans said.

Starting The Conversation

Starting The Conversation

I first met Alicia Valenzuela last year when I led an art flash mob parol (Filipino Star Lantern) activity at DeltaFusion.  Her gratitude made an impression. 

Since then I have learned just how special Alicia truly is, having graduated from UOP and being devoted to making real change.  She has a unique point of view believing that, “artists and scientists are one in the same.”

As a freshman Alicia started the bottle cap project collecting over 10,000 bottle caps making some of them into a mural. Alicia likes using the things around her to create art.  Where others see post consumer waste she sees value, “because nothing is really trash.”