STOCKTON- Natasha was shot 10 times on April 16, 2021 in an unprovoked attack at the train tracks on Park and Union St in downtown Stockton. The gun used and assailant who fired it was linked with a homicide of a homeless Mexican man in Oakland on April 10, 2021. She survived and 14 months later the same gun and killer would murder five more people in north Stockton between July and September 2022. She says she also feels victimized by the system because she was homeless at the time and says police did not contact her since the shooting to interview her until the day of this interview, 18 months later after 5 more victims were killed. The killer or killers are still at large as a reward for their capture has ballooned to $125,000 as of October 5, 2022. This is her story.
Great interview! I pray for her and the victim’s families. Stockton PD should be embarrassed on how they handled the whole thing. I wouldn’t be surprised if they have a lawsuit coming their way.
Thank you for sharing your story. Pray God keeps you.
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