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Two Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested, One Outstanding

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STOCKTON – The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office arrested two suspects involved in an armed robbery and one is still on the loose.

The robbery occurred after 5:00 p.m. December 28th, 2020 when three suspects entered a hardware store on the 1900 Block of Country Club Boulevard.

After the suspects made entry into the business, two pointed guns at employees and forced the victims to open a cash register. The suspects left the business with a large amount of cash.

“Even though the suspects terrorized the employees, they were not hurt.” Deputy Alan Sanchez said in a press release. Sanchez is a spokesman with the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Public Information Office.

Patrol Deputies, the Technical Services Team and AGNET Deputies who investigate rural crime, gangs and narcotics were able to identify 26-year-old Destanne Dozier and 25-year-old Shakil Dozier of Stockton as suspects to the robbery.

Both suspects were arrested after a search warrant was served on their apartment Tuesday. Authorities found a gun and clothing matching what appeared on the business surveillance video at the time of the robbery.

Both suspects were booked into the San Joaquin County Jail and face charges including, armed robbery, and outstanding warrants.

Authorities are continuing to search for the third suspect who appears to be a Black male, in his late teens and is thin built.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Dispatch Center at (209) 468-4400.

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Teen Arrested After High Speed Chase That Began in Ceres

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CERES – A 14 year old boy was arrested Friday night after leading authorities on a pursuit that at times exceeded well over 100 miles per hour.

At about 9:45pm, a Ceres Police Officer attempted to stop a vehicle near the intersection of Whitmore Avenue and Mitchell Road. The driver did not stop and fled south on Mitchell Road. The officer was advised by dispatch that the vehicle had been reported stolen from the Bay Area.

The pursuit reached speeds of over 100 miles per hour as it continued south on Highway 99, exiting on Keyes Road and heading east. The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s new helicopter also joined the pursuit, assisting ground units from above.

The pursuit continued north on Hickman Road, where assisting deputies were about to place a spike strip to try to stop the driver. The pursuit then turned east on Lake Road shortly before the Hickman Bridge, and entered an orchard to the south near the High Line Canal.

After about twenty minutes of searching the orchard, the driver was taken into custody by a search team. He was only identified as a 14 year old boy, and was taken away to be booked into juvenile hall.

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Brush Fire Blows Smoke Into Valley

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MODESTO – Hazy smoke from a Livermore area fire blew into the valley Thursday afternoon.

The incident called the “Tesla Fire” was last reported to be about 250 acres with potential for growth by about 7:00pm.

The fire was spotted shortly before 6:00pm near Tesla Road, west of Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area. Aircraft assigned to the incident reported critical rate of spread reaching 100 acres in a short period of time, with potential to reach at least 500 acres.

Fire crews work to direct the blaze to a riverbed, requesting several tankers and helicopters to assist.

Winds were reported in the Modesto area at about 15mph. Those with sensitivity and health issues should remain indoors.

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Modesto Homicide Victim Identified

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MODESTO – Authorities identified the victim of Tuesday night’s fatal shooting on Ramsey Drive as 29 year old Michelle Rose Gonzales.

Shortly before 9:30pm officers with the Modesto Police Department responded to the 500 block of Ramsey Drive after receiving a call from a child saying their mother had been shot. Arriving officers located the victim in front of her home suffering from gunshot wounds. Life saving efforts were performed, but she died from her injuries.

Detectives responded to continue the investigation and quickly identified the suspect. Authorities discovered he was also a potential suspect in a homicide just a couple hours earlier in San Jose.

Meanwhile, officers with California Highway Patrol located the suspect traveling into the Bay Area and engaged in a pursuit. The pursuit traveled north along Highway 101 and into South San Jose, where the suspect fled on foot and barricaded himself in a shed behind a home near the 100 block of Bendorf Drive. An hours long standoff took place that ended in an officer involved shooting. The suspect was struck by gunfire and taken to a hospital where he was pronounced deceased. The suspect’s identity is yet to be released by officials.

In a GoFundMe account established for Michelle and her children, she was described as a mother of two and a young, beautiful soul who was the victim of a senseless act of domestic violence.

Anyone interested in donating to the fundraiser can do so by CLICKING HERE.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective Ra Pouv at (209) 572-9826, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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