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Motorcyclist Leads Authorities on High Speed Pursuit

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STANISLAUS COUNTY – A motorcyclist led authorities on a pursuit through two counties that reached high speeds late Tuesday night.

At about 10:30pm, authorities attempted to stop a motorcycle that sped away from officers. The motorcycle fled via northbound Highway 99 into San Joaquin County. Speeds at times reached 120 miles per hour. The motorcyclist sped into the Stockton area before reversing course and coming back south on the highway.

Again, the motorcycle reached speeds of over 100 miles per hour as it re-entered Stanislaus County. California Highway Patrol Officers continued the pursuit as the chase exited Tuolumne Boulevard and into downtown Modesto.

After making a few loops through downtown streets, the motorcyclist rode into the airport neighborhood, at times seeming to travel in circles. Eventually, the motorcyclist fled through Yosemite Boulevard into downtown Modesto again. The chase led officers onto McHenry Avenue briefly, before turning around and heading south toward Ceres.

The pursuit continued into Ceres for a few moments with CHP Officers continuing behind the motorcyclist. Eventually, the rider fled west on Service Road then south on Crows Landing.

Officers continued south into the county behind the motorcyclist until it turned onto River Road from Crows Landing. The pursuit came to a stop shortly before midnight just north of LB Crow Road and the rider was taken into custody by officers without further incident.

An arrest record shows Dorothy Lee Parker, 41 of San Leandro, was arrested at 11:55pm by CHP and was held on $50,000 bail. Charges included reckless evading of a peace officer, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended or revoked license, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Parker’s motorcycle, a 2007 Suzuki GSXR sport bike, was taken by a tow service after the 83 minute pursuit.

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Bomb Squad Called to Mobile Home Park

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STANISLAUS COUNTY – The Stanislaus County Sheriff Bomb Squad responded to a mobile home park Wednesday afternoon for a report of a suspicious package.

The incident happened on the 8000 block of Jantzen Road. Sheriff deputies responded and temporarily closed off access to the park and evacuated neighboring homes.

The Sheriff Bomb Squad later determined the package to be a box of magnets wrapped in leather. The box was delivered to the residence, however no one had ordered it, according to authorities at the scene.

By 3:15pm, access to the park was re-opened to residents.

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Shooting Victim Expected to Survive

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HUGHSON – Authorities investigated a shooting that injured a 27 year old man Monday afternoon.

The shooting happened shortly before 1:00pm at a mobile home park on Nunes Road, just outside of Keyes. Early reports indicated an argument between a man and a woman had taken place. The report also indicated that the man was trying to enter the woman’s home and she was being attacked.

Deputies found the man in the driveway of the residence suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to a hospital for treatment and was expected to survive.

The involved woman received minor injuries. Authorities do not believe she is the shooter in the case.

Crime scene technicians and investigators responded to examine the scene and gather evidence, however no suspect identity was available Monday afternoon.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective Esquivez at (209) 567-4466 or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Authorities Capture Amber Alert Suspect Wanted for Murder

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CONTRA COSTA COUNTY – Authorities on Saturday announced the capture of D Angelo Webb after acting on a tip.

Webb was arrested after five hours of negotiation with the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office. A community tip was credited in helping locate Webb on Ambrose Avenue in the city of Bay Point.

Residents in the home where Webb was found were evacuated, while authorities negotiated for his surrender.

Webb was wanted for the murder of 24 year old Brandi Hornsby and attempted murder of her mother. Authorities allege that Webb stabbed Hornsby’s mother on the 3900 block of East Fremont Street in Stockton. Hornsby was found deceased in the home.

An Amber Alert was issued the night of the attack for six week old Ggiana Webb. The child was located safe with a relative within a couple hours the same night.

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