STOCKTON- After a violent October that saw a 43% homicide increase in the city compared to the same time last year, November begins with a murder/suicide, two shot in three separate shootings, and a stabbing.
According to police these are the details being made public:
“On November 1, 2020, at 9:02 p.m., officers responded to a residence in the 2100 block of Sharkon Court on a report of a family disturbance between the female victim, 36, and her husband, male suspect, 39. When officers, they located both subjects in a bathroom suffering from gunshots wounds. Both were transported to an area hospital where unfortunately they died from their injuries. Homicide detectives responded for the investigation. It appears this was a murder / suicide.
Please remember if you or someone you know is in a domestic violence relationship, please call the Domestic Violence hotline at (209) 465-4878 or visit the Women’s Center Youth and Family Services website at https://www.womenscenteryfs.org/. ”
Watch Commander’s Night Report – November 1, 2020
TOTAL CAD CALLS: 1037
- Shooting into a Dwelling (Delayed) 500 Block of West Flora Street, Civic District
On 10/31/20 at 2200 hours, the male victim, 52, heard a loud bang outside of his residence. This morning, he realized that his house had been shot. The victim described the suspect vehicle as an older dark colored sedan.
- Weapon Arrest (1500) Fremont Street and Center Street, Civic District
Officers conducted a traffic stop for a Vehicle Code violation. A search of the vehicle revealed a loaded firearm. ARRESTED: Luis Muniz, 24, for weapons violations.
- Vehicle Pursuit (1634) Tenth Street and Airport Way, Park District
Officers conducted a traffic stop on the suspect for a Vehicle Code violation. The suspect initially yielded, but as the officers approached the suspect, he fled in the vehicle. The officers initiated a short pursuit which ended when the suspect collided with a parked car. The suspect fled on foot but was captured after a short foot pursuit. ARRESTED: Angelo Adames, 26, for evading, resisting arrest, and narcotics charges.
- Person Shot (1841) 3900 Block of North Pershing Avenue, Lakeview District
The male victim, 20, was in area when he became involved in an argument with the suspect. The suspect brandished a firearm and the victim was shot during a struggle over the weapon. The victim was transported by private party to an area hospital, where he was treated for a non-life-threatening wound. SUSPECT: Black male, 30.
- Person Shot (1933) 9400 Block of Darby Court, Bear Creek District
The male victim, 29, was in front of his residence when he was shot by an unknown suspect, driving a white vehicle. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening wound. The victim was unable to provide any further suspect description.
- Homicide (2102) 2100 Block of Sharkon Court, Valley Oak District
Officers responded to a residence on a report of a family disturbance between the female victim, 36, and her husband, male suspect, 39. When officers arrived, they located both subjects in a bathroom suffering from gunshot wounds. Both were transported to an area hospital, where they succumbed to their injuries.
- Person Stabbed (0340) 2300 Block of Grand Canal Boulevard, Lakeview District
The male victim, 25, was involved in a fight with the suspect over a vehicle. During the fight, the suspect stabbed the victim with a knife. The victim was transported to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. SUSPECT: Hispanic male, 30’s.
- Laser Strike Arrest (2130) March Lane and Interstate 5, Lakeview District
Falcon 1-0 was in the area when their cockpit was struck by a laser. The crew directed officers to the vehicle the laser originated from. Officers detained and subsequently arrested the suspect. ARRESTED: Maximino Monje, 30, for willful discharge of a laser at an aircraft.
- Resisting Arrest (0540) 7600 Block of Shoreline Drive, Bear Creek District
Officers responded to the listed location on a report of a disturbance. When officers attempted to arrest the subject, he struggled with officers and was forced to the ground. ARRESTED: Michael Brandy, 23, for resisting arrest.