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Modesto Police Investigate Shooting

Carlos Rodriguez

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MODESTO – Police investigated a shooting that sent one person to the hospital early Monday morning.

Shortly after midnight officers responded to the 4000 block of Blue Bird Drive for a report of a person shot. At least one person was taken by ambulance from the scene. Their condition at time of publication was unknown.

Blue Bird Drive was closed off with red tape in either direction between between Snyder and Smokehouse Avenues.

Neighbors in the area said they heard a few gunshots initially thinking they were fireworks. They soon realized that something worse had happened when police officers began arriving.

One resident who declined to be identified said Blue Bird Drive has seen its share of trouble in recent months. Another said there were “things that happen in the area that shouldn’t be happening.”

A heavy police presence was expected for the night. Updates were expected as soon as they became available.

Carlos Rodriguez is an Emmy Award winning photojournalist specializing in public safety and natural disasters. His passion for local news stems from a deep commitment to his community, with a selfless mission to inform the citizens of the valley. As he worked on assignment for 19 days at the devastating Camp Fire in Paradise, California, he spent most of his time helping survivors contact their loved ones to let them know they were ok. Carlos is a veteran of Univision, FOX, and Telemundo TV stations and a native of Modesto, California.

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Update: Stockton Shooting Claims Teen’s Life

Gaby Muro

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STOCKTON – A 17 year old boy died from injuries sustained during a shooting Monday morning.

Shortly after 11:30am, officers with the Stockton Police Department responded to a report of gunfire near the 900 block of North Madison Street. While investigating, the victim arrived at an area hospital.

Several blocks in the neighborhood were taped off as a crime scene. Officers used a drone to document evidence, and a surveillance truck was parked in the neighborhood as well.

The teen later died from his injuries. No motive or suspect information was available Monday evening.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Teen Critically Wounded in Stockton Shooting

Gaby Muro

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STOCKTON – Police investigated a shooting Monday morning that critically wounded a 17 year old boy.

Shortly after 11:30am, officers with the Stockton Police Department responded to a report of gunfire near the 900 block of North Madison Street. While investigating, the victim arrived at an area hospital.

Several blocks in the neighborhood were taped off as a crime scene. Officers used a drone to document evidence, and a surveillance truck was parked in the neighborhood as well.

No motive or suspect information was available Monday afternoon. The teen was last said to be in critical condition.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Shooting Claims Victim, Another Critical in Stockton

Gaby Muro

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STOCKTON – Authorities investigated a shooting that killed one person and left another critically wounded Sunday.

Police responded to a report of a shooting shortly after 8:30pm on the 500 block of North San Joaquin Street. Arriving officers located two men who were shot and rushed them to a hospital.

One of the victims, a 43 year old man, died from his wounds at the hospital. The second victim, identified as a 41 year old man, was said to be critical Monday morning.

Homicide detectives responded to investigate the case. No suspect information was available Monday.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

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