STOCKTON – The man accused of murdering the 51-year-old father of four had a slew of additional charges filed against him after appearing in a Stockton court Tuesday morning.
A huge discovery of nearly 2,000 pounds of illegal fireworks in a Manteca single family home led to the arrest of a 45-year-old man on felony charges that included child endangerment of his two young teens Friday morning.
STOCKTON – An ongoing investigation into the murder of a Weatherbee Lake man has now yielded four arrests.
No matter how much people talk or argue about the facts, there is one thing that is going to remain constant.
Pat Olivieri was asleep in her bed when she heard something completely out of the ordinary for her sleepy rural hamlet.
STOCKTON – The man being charged with the weekend murder of a Manteca man was supposed to have the list of formal charges read to him on Wednesday afternoon.
A Manteca electrician who moved his family to a residential area near the Turtle Beach Resort three years ago was gunned down in front of his home on Saturday following a quarrel with two bikers outside the Islander Bar earlier in the evening.
A 41-year-old Merced man was arrested by Manteca Police after crashing into numerous cars on South Main Street near Highway 120 and in the Walmart parking lot shortly after 1 p.m. Friday following a collision reported earlier in Tracy.
Manteca Police provided additional information on the arrest of the suspect involved in the kidnapping and torture case involving a minor.
A 20-year-old Manteca man is in San Joaquin County Jail facing seven felony and one misdemeanor charges with total bail set at nearly $1 million.
A black Labrador retriever was shot by a Manteca Police officer Wednesday afternoon as the dog punctured the patrolman's leg in the Save Mart Shopping Center parking lot in the 1100 block of North Main Street.
Skeletal remains unearthed in the back yard of a south central Manteca home May 28 have been confirmed to be those of missing 36-year-old Stockton woman, Karen Michelle Sterzel. She has been missing for some 23 years.
A narcotics probe that began in Manteca led Street Crimes Unit detectives to Stockton on Thursday where they located nearly three pounds of heroin with the assistance of the MPD Gang Unit.
Prison realignment - given how San Joaquin County is implementing it - may end up reducing crime.
Two City of Manteca workers had a sigh of relief when their white Sierra GMC pickup truck was located by police officers at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the 300 block of East Alameda Street.
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.
A man was shot in the face on Saturday after accompanying a woman back to her house to get belongings following a fight with her husband.
By GLENN KAHL
When Manteca Pastor Robert Cox was first interviewed by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police about a fight outside of a popular restaurant in June of last year, he told them he had punched the other man in the face.
An elderly Manteca gentleman wanted to hire someone to clean his house.
A Manteca youth pastor is facing manslaughter charges after an altercation outside of a Las Vegas restaurant left a man dead.
Manteca Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are searching for a man that walked into the Bank of the West on E. Yosemite Avenue Tuesday afternoon, produced a note demanding money, and walked away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
At one point, as the camera bobbles up and down the duty shirt of exhausted Manteca patrol officer Ben Cromwell, a single question illustrates the seriousness of the situation he just found himself in.