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No arrests in Stockton ice cream truck attack

STOCKTON, CA - Stockton police have not found four people suspected of shooting an ice cream man Sunday.

Around 12:30 p.m., police said two men in their 20s and two teen girls robbed and then shot Muhammad Rafique, who is in critical condition.

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California Catering Truck Wash operator Salvador Buenrosto said drivers fear working the streets of Stockton. 

"They're wanting to stop earlier than normal," Buenrosto said. "They're afraid someone's going to rob them at the end of their shift. With the economy the way it is, the guys selling ice cream are constantly getting robbed."

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Stockton ice cream man shot during robbery

Stockton ice cream man shot during robbery

STOCKTON, CA - An ice cream man is in critical condition after he was shot Sunday afternoon while inside his van, according to Stockton police Det. Joe Silva.


The shooting happened around 12:30 p.m. on the 2500 block of Gareth Circle. The suspect(s) robbed the victim, shot him and then fled the scene, Silva said.


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A neighbor said he heard two shots fired, but it is unclear how many times the victim was hit.


No children were in the area during the incident, police said.


At the shooting scene on Sunday, Muhammad Sherif said his brother drove through the neighborhood everyday to sell ice cream and candy. 


Sherif said the victim installed gates over the van windows, as a precaution, after he was robbed in the past.

2-year-old on life support after father's abuse

2-year-old on life support after father's abuse

STOCKTON, CA - A 2-year-old boy is on life support after he was severely beaten by his own father, according to Stockton police.

The boy's mother said she had been warning law enforcement and the court system for months that she and her son were being abused.

Friday night, Oakland police notified the Stockton Police Department that a child arrived at Oakland Children's Hospital with life threatening injuries and the father's story was suspicious.

Stockton police arrested the boy's father, Tushambi Evans, 28, and charged him with felony child abuse.

Stockton Police arrest father for child abuse

STOCKTON, CA - Stockton Police arrested a father for felony child abuse when his 2-year-old son received life threatening injuries.

According to a Stockton Police news release, the Stockton Police were contacted by the Oakland Police Department, because the child was in the Oakland Children's hospital receiving medical care for his injuries.

The investigation revealed that the incident occurred in the 500 block of W Sixth Street in Stockton.

Stockton Police Department Child Abuse / Sexual Assault Unit Detectives arrested the father Tushambi Evans, 28, and he was subsequently booked into the San Joaquin County Jail.

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Brookside Christian lady Knights win CIF D-V State Title

SACRAMENTO, CA - Sophomore guard Tiara Tucker led the very young Brookside Christian Knights to a 70-64 victory over San Luis Obispo's Mission Prep to win the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division V Girls State championship on Saturday at Power Balance Pavilion.

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Tucker scored 28 points and freshman Ra'kyra Gabriel chipped in 18 points and seven rebounds for the Knights (30-4), who feature seven freshman, two sophomores with only one junior and one senior.

The loss was the first for Mission Prep (32-2), who had won 29 straight games, however they had lost six consecutive state title games, heading into Saturday's contest.

Man killed outside west Stockton grocery store

STOCKTON, CA - A 28-year-old man was shot and killed in the parking lot of the Local Food Market in west Stockton Thursday night.

The shooting happened just before 10 p.m. at 2650 Monte Diablo Avenue, near Interstate 5. When police arrived at the scene, they found the man laying in the parking lot, suffering from at least one gunshot wound.

The man was taken to a local hospital where he later died from his wounds.

Police do not have a description of the shooter and do not know what led up to the shooting.

This is Stockton's 14th homicide of the year.

Suspect ID'd in Stockton officer-involved shooting

STOCKTON, CA - A Stockton police officer and 19-year-old gang associate were shot were shot during an altercation at an investigation Wednesday night, according to Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones.

The shooting happened around 9:44 p.m. on the 1900 block of Colt Drive, Stockton police Det. Joe Silva said.

According to Jones, officer Keith Berry and his partner were in the neighborhood interviewing people about a previous homicide on Colt Drive.

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