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Salida Man Killed, Investigated as Homicide

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SALIDA – Authorities with the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office investigated a homicide after a man was found assaulted Monday night.

At about 10:00pm authorities responded to a parking lot near the 4300 block of Salida Boulevard for a report of an assault with a deadly weapon. Arriving deputies found the victim in a car, identified as 30 year old Jamal Nejat. Officials said he was able to make the initial 911 call for help.

Nejat was found suffering from life threatening injuries. He was rushed to Doctor’s Medical Center however he did not survive. The nature of the assault and his injuries were not disclosed by authorities.

A large portion of the parking lot behind Denny’s and Del Taco was taped off by authorities. Detectives responded to examine the scene and gather evidence.

No information regarding a motive, or a description of the assailant(s) was available Tuesday. Authorities said they were working to determine whoever was responsible for the crime.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective Fisher at (209) 525-7083, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Homicide Investigated on Anne Street

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STOCKTON – Authorities investigated a fatal shooting late Saturday morning in a South Stockton neighborhood.

Shortly before noon, officers responded to the area of Anne and Tenth Streets for a report of a person shot. Arriving officers found a 40 year old man who had been shot. Medical personnel pronounced the victim deceased.

Detectives took over the investigation, and no suspect information was available Saturday.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Police at (209) 937-8377 or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600 where callers can remain anonymous.

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Sheriff’s Investigation Closes Highway 33

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STANISLAUS COUNTY – An investigation conducted by the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office closed down Highway 33 just outside the City of Newman Friday night.

Highway 33 between Stuhr and Anderson Roads was closed due to a large law enforcement presence. Early reports indicate a pursuit involving an armed suspect with shots fired, however no details have been released by officials.

Several witnesses in the area said they saw several law enforcement vehicles speeding up the highway with lights and sirens, followed by several booms from a nearby orchard.

Several agencies were on scene including Newman and Ceres Police Departments, California Highway Patrol and Merced County Sheriff’s Office. Some officials stated they came from as far as Los Banos due to the severity of the situation.

One ambulance was seen leaving the scene with lights and siren, presumably with the involved suspect.

Further details will be released as they are made available.

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Murder-Suicide Attempt Claims Life of Child

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MODESTO – A man shot and killed an eight year old girl before turning the gun on himself Wednesday evening, according to officials with the Modesto Police Department.

Shortly before 7:00pm, officers were dispatched to a home on the 3700 block of Havenhurst Court for a report of a suicidal person. Arriving officers saw the person through the window of the home armed with a gun. After officers attempted to communicate, the person told officers he was going to come out of the home unarmed.

Before the man exited, officers heard gunfire from inside the residence. Additional officers and deputies with the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office responded to assist. When police entered the home they found 50 year old Donovan Halstead suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Halstead’s eight year old daughter was also found shot in the home. Emergency responders tried to save her life, but she died from her injuries.

Halstead was taken to a hospital but was not expected to survive.

Officials with the Violent Crimes Unit responded to take over the investigation.

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