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U.S. Marshals make arrest in killing at Stockton's Constitution Park.

A teenager was arrested for the broad daylight murder of a Stockton man on Feb. 12.

According to The Stockton Record, the victim was 20-year-old Victor Miller. He was shot when Miller and his group got into an argument with several people who drove up to them at Constitution Park.

Stockton police Officer Joe Silva told the newspaper detectives determined it was a gang-related shooting.

Three other teens with Miller were also wounded.

The suspect arrested Tuesday was located by U.S. Marshals.

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At-risk Stockton woman missing since Feb. 28

At-risk Stockton woman missing since Feb. 28

The Stockton Police Department is asking for information on any sightings of Beverly Brown who was last seen more than two and a half weeks ago.

Brown, 61, experiences mental confusion and may be lost, the police report said. She was last seen in downtown Stockton on Feb. 28. It is believed Brown never returned to her apartment and her family reported her missing.

Brown was described as black, 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 260 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information about Brown's whereabouts was urged to call the police department at (209) 937-7911.

Mosquito control board continues benefits

STOCKTON - Trustees of the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District voted Monday to continue receiving full health benefits, despite a tax watchdog group calling for the end of that practice.


Although the group meets once a month, trustees voted a few years ago to receive the health care benefits, a decision that was criticized last year by a civil grand jury.

"At this agency, public service has morphed into a sense of entitlement. It flies in the face of civic duty," David Renison with the San Joaquin Taxpayers Association said.

Interview with Nicholas Teausant on March 14

Interview with Nicholas Teausant on March 14

On March 17 the U.S. Department of Justice arrested Nicholas Teausant, 20, of Acampo, Calif., for attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. News10 interviewed Nicholas Teausant on March 14 at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton regarding a controversy involving a man who was wearing military clothing on campus. Teausant identified himself as a member of the Army National Guard.

Watch raw video of the interview above.

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Man in military clothing confronted by veterans in Stockton

STOCKTON - A man wearing military clothing on the San Joaquin Delta College campus this week has stirred controversy.

Those who have confronted him said they're certain he didn't serve in the military and they consider his clothing choice disrespectful, even illegal. The man insists he served in the military, police said, and he's been seen on campus several times.

"Until you've gone through basic training and had a drill sergeant yelling at you, doing pushups and losing blood, sweat and tears, and you're missing your girlfriend and family, you have no business wearing that uniform," said Delta student Nicholas Teausant, who serves in the National Guard.

REXPO X speaker says exporting recyclables to China is taking wealth from CA

REXPO X speaker says exporting recyclables to China is taking wealth from CA

John Davis, Administrator for the Mohave Desert & Mountain Recycling Authority, cautioned an audience of 350 that California is sending wealth to China in the form of recyclables and getting back manufactured "stuff" - of the kind that used to be made in the state and could be made here again.

Davis (pictured) was the keynote luncheon speaker during the 10th annual REXPO event, a program of the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce.

He said China is producing a lot of greenhouse gas emissions to produce products that are being exported to the United States."The product doesn't cause the pollution, but creating it causes the pollution." He added that reduction in recycled exports to China could mean more jobs for the state and worldwide reduction in pollution.

GO-Biz to Host Regional Workshops on How Businesses Can Apply for the 'California Competes' Tax Cred

GO-Biz to Host Regional Workshops on How Businesses Can Apply for the 'California Competes' Tax Cred

Join the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) for a workshop on the new California Competes Tax Credit.

Small, medium and large businesses are encouraged to attend the workshop and receive instruction on how to apply for this new tax credit program available from the state.

The California Competes Program provides upwards of $180 million in tax credits over the next two years for businesses of all sizes that want to expand or relocate to California. Come and learn how your business can apply for new tax credits from the state.