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Tillamook cheese trailer, mini buses stolen from Manteca

Tillamook cheese trailer, mini buses stolen from Manteca

Five Tillamook dairy foods vehicles – a cargo trailer, a truck and three mini buses – were stolen early Saturday morning from a Manteca hotel's parking lot.

The cargo trailer, attached to a pick-up truck and loaded with the three mini buses, was taken between 12:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. from the Hampton Inn at 1461 Bass Pro Drive, Manteca Police Sgt. Rob Armosino said.

The vehicles stolen are:

A 2008 Ford F350 that is custom painted orange with "Tillamook" painted in white along its sides and has the Oregon license plate number Y116821.

A Wells Cargo Trailer that has photos of the mini buses painted on its sides and has the Oregon license plate number TF1144.

Rescued and hungry! Stranded delta island dog rescued

STOCKTON - A dog reportedly stranded for weeks on a delta island has been rescued.

A terrier mix trapped on an island in Fourteen Mile Slough, next to Stockton, has been given a new lease on life.

Animal lovers have been waiting all week to find out what would happen to the ragged-looking, little dog trapped on the island since at least April when he was first spotted.

The dog would appear on an isolated beach, then disappear back into thick, almost impenetrable brush. Stockton Animal Services began working with San Joaquin Country sheriff's deputies earlier in the week, with a plan to set out traps at high tide, to avoid drowning the dog if he were to be caught.

Suspected arrested in Stockton parking lot attack

Stockton police reported they arrested a local parolee for an attack on a 76-year-old city parking lot attendant June 25.

Jack Perry, 40, the suspect, was identified with the aid of tips made to detectives and information from the investigation into another incident on June 24, police said.

Perry lives in the area of the assault at 24 N. American Street. The victim was still hospitalized as of Tuesday.

Police said Perry will be booked into San Joaquin County Jail for assault, elder abuse and parole violation. The motive for the attack wasn't clear yet.

Stockton detectives seek 76-year-old man's assailant

Stockton police hope someone comes forward with information on who attacked a parking lot attendant on Wednesday, June 25 at 2:30 p.m.

The 76-year-old man was injured in the city parking lot at 24 North American Street, according to the police report. The victim was first taken to a local hospital, but the severity of his condition led to his transfer to receive more specialized treatment.

"He was transported for further medical treatment to a hospital in Modesto," Stockton Police Officer Joseph Silva said. "And right now he is in serious condition in ICU. And detectives don't have a motive for this crime or any suspect information."

Silva said investigators are hoping someone may have seen something that could help.

Why you won't be seeing any new pictures of 'sexy felon' Jeremy Meeks for a while

STOCKTON - The Stockton gang suspect who became widely talked about because of his mug shot is now in federal custody. Jeremy Meeks faces a federal gun charge, meaning there will be no more pictures of him in custody.

Meeks was arrested during a Stockton police gang sweep several weeks ago. He would have been just another inmate had it not been for his mug shot which generated national buzz, generally among women admiring his looks.

Though Meeks faced about a dozen state charges, the Federal Government is now charging him with a single violation; felon in possession of a firearm. That one charge could lead to a prison term of 10 years and a fine of $250,000. San Joaquin County District Attorney spokesman Robert Himelblau said federal gun charges lead to longer prison sentences.

'Cleveland School Remembers' part of holiday parade

STOCKTON - Towards the back of the 4th of July Parade in Stockton Friday morning was a group becoming more vocal and visible with it's message.

Cleveland School Remembers includes former teachers who were at Cleveland Elementary School 25 years ago when a madman attacked the school with an assault weapon.

"We're moved by the impact that gun violence has on children, because we were impacted at Cleveland school. It carries with you all your life," former teacher Julie Schardt said.

The group is expanding it's efforts to keep people mindful of school violence, and the need to keep searching for answers.

"We've been growing a lot, moving in different directions," Schardt said. "We're doing what we can to prevent gun violence."

San Joaquin County Fair's fireworks canceled

The San Joaquin County Fair's fireworks show has been canceled.

Officials said dry and hot conditions forced the show's cancellation.

No other information was available.