Manteca Police bomb squad officer Mike Keener checks a suspicious red bag at the front door at the Bank of the West on East Yosemite Avenue near Highway 99. The bank was cleared of customers and employees, police said for about 45 minutes after the 1:30 p.m. incident. The smell of ammonia from toxic food remnants drew the concern of the bank management. A witness reported seeing a man walk by the bank's door and drop the red bag, continuing to walk south through the parking lot. Officers asked the bank customers attempting to use the ATM ...
Parents beware: Sexual predators are approaching children as they walk to and from school.
It seems like the ultimate safety measure.
STOCKTON – Nobody argues that Justin Wilson was stopped by police on June 22 while riding a yellow motorcycle. That much is clear.
The following is a summary of the significant Manteca Police Department events from the past week:
There was only $50 worth of merchandise in his hands.
The wheels on the bus will go 'round and 'round next week thanks to a concerned citizen.
The letters were scrawled along the building with spray paint.
Manteca Police detectives had a hunch they'd find something in the Manteca home of David Crabtree Wednesday afternoon.
A disagreement turned violent Tuesday in an unincorporated area south of Manteca near the San Joaquin River.
Alert neighbors chased and then held a burglary suspect at gunpoint after a brazen daytime break-in in the 1200 block of Nana Place was thwarted when the homeowner arrived unexpectedly.
The usual quiet around Doctors Hospital was shattered shortly before 10 a.m. Monday when Manteca Police officers chased down a fleeing fugitive they were attempting to serve a "no bail" arrest warrant on a carjacking charge at his McNary Circle home.
A dark colored pickup truck was driven through the front glass windows and door of the Manteca Gas & Go Chevron station at Louise and Cottage avenues shortly after 3 a.m. Monday for the second time in seven months.
Six shots rang out at about 9:40 p.m. Friday in a drive-by shooting that left a 44-year-old Hispanic woman wounded in the face next to a stop sign at the northeast corner of the Birchwood and Crestwood avenues intersection north of Kmart.
All types of burglaries from residential to auto are up 28.8 percent in Manteca during the first six months of the year.
Manteca Police Department and investigators from the Delta Regional Auto Theft Team are hoping to raise awareness and prevent auto theft by launching a county wide campaign.
STOCKTON (AP) - Cars and houses were riddled with bullets during a high-speed chase and hostages were thrown from a fleeing SUV after a bank robbery Wednesday that led to the deaths of a hostage and two robbers, police said.
A third suspect has been arrested in the Tillamook Cheese vehicle theft.
In less than 60 hours police solved what turned out to be the biggest vehicle theft ever in Manteca recovering three of five vehicles stolen and making two arrests.
Natasha Marie Archuleta apparently picked the wrong convenience store to not pay at.
It was fast police work from Saturday to Tuesday noon in finding those responsible for the theft and arson of high profile commercial vehicles valued at over $400,000 and parked next to a Manteca hotel in an daring caper in the dark of night.
Three stolen Tillamook Cheese microbuses valued at $300,000 were located in Copperopolis Monday night by a county-wide law enforcement team led by Manteca Police Department officers.
The following is a summary of the significant events the Manteca Police handled during the past week:
LATHROP – All that the 25-year-old man remembered was talking on his cell phone as he went up to the coin dispenser at the Wash Pro Car Wash on Harlan Road.
Two men authorities believe were responsible shooting into a Moffat Boulevard motel on May 9 have been arrested.
Foul play was not believed to be a factor in the death of a man discovered by Manteca Police officers behind a cluster of Main Street businesses Tuesday evening.
Just after 7 p.m. on Tuesday a property owner conducting a search of his property found something that seemed out of place.