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Some photos of our police vehicle and paramedic unit that were struck by gunfire last night. Thankfully, none of our officers were hit, but our thoughts and support continue for the firefighter and paramedic who are recovering from their injuries.

We are grateful for the outpouring of support received from the community to all first responders impacted by this incident. The investigation is ongoing between our agency, the Contra Costa Sheriff's Office and Brentwood Police Departments. Anyone with information can contact APD Dispatch at (925) 778-2441 or Detective Brogdon (925) 779-6895. Anonymous text tips can be sent to 274637 with the keyword ANTIOCH.
Vehicle Accident
GrantLine Rd near O Hará Dr
1:54 PM
Tracy
reported grass fire along the bike trail
moffat and main st
manteca
3:32pm
Breaking Now
Another reported shooting
Commerce and Yosemite
5:41PM
Manteca
UPD: location updates to T-Mobile/Mcdonald’s Parking lot area
4-5 Penetration wounds to chest/abdomen/groin
PIO: Sergeant Gregg Beall (209) 456-8164 (Desk)

MANTECA PD OFFICERS INVESTIGATE SECOND SHOOTING IN TWO DAYS

MANTECA (CA): On 2/21/21 at approximately 5:36pm, Manteca PD Officers were dispatched to the intersection of E Yosemite Ave and Commerce Ave for a report of a shooting with a subject hit by gunfire. Officers arrived on scene and located the victim. He was alert and conscious. Officers provided first aid until EMS arrived. The male was then transported to an area hospital for treatment.

Detectives have arrived on scene and have taken over the investigation.

Today’s shooting was in the same general location as yesterday’s fatal shooting. While it is possible that these two incidents are related, investigators cannot confirm that at this time. The Manteca PD would also like to stress that these shootings (yesterday and today) are not being treated as random incidents.

Anyone with information related to this incident please contact the Manteca Police Department via email at investigations@mantecapd.com or by phone at (209) 456-8101 referencing case number 21-6420.
Main and Center
Power pole on Fire
7:22PM
Manteca
Vehicle Vs Bicyclist
J and 6th
Lathrop
10:24AM
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER FORECAST

This is the latest
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER FORECAST, issued Monday, Feb 22, 2021 08:15 AM.

The next forecast is scheduled for Monday, Feb 22, 2021 03:00 PM.

ALL LOCATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN BELOW CRITICAL LEVELS



South of the Merced River, conditions on the San Joaquin River, its tributaries and bypasses are as follows:

San Joaquin River release from
Millerton Lake (MIL), 322 cubic feet per second.
Inflow to
Mendota Pool (SJB), 91 cubic feet per second.
Release from
Mendota Dam (MEN), 330 cubic feet per second.
Fresno River release from
Hensley Lake (HID), 1 cubic feet per second.
Chowchilla River release from
Eastman Lake (BUC), 0 cubic feet per second.

Conditions on the San Joaquin River, north of the Merced River are as follows:

SAN JOAQUIN RIVER NEAR NEWMAN
8:00 AM STAGE: 49.6 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 49.6 FT THRU LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 63.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 69.4 FT, DANGER STAGE: 70.4 FT


SAN JOAQUIN RIVER NEAR PATTERSON
8:00 AM STAGE: 31.7 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 31.7 FT THRU LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 48.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 54.7 FT, DANGER STAGE: 55.7 FT


SAN JOAQUIN RIVER NEAR VERNALIS
8:00 AM STAGE: 9.6 FT
FORECAST TO RECEDE TO NEAR 9.0 FT LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 24.5 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 29.0 FT, DANGER STAGE: 29.5 FT


SAN JOAQUIN RIVER AT MOSSDALE BRIDGE
8:00 AM STAGE: 4.0 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 4.0 FT THRU LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 19.5 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 28.5 FT, DANGER STAGE: 29.5 FT


Conditions on the major tributaries of the San Joaquin River from the Merced River, north to the Cosumnes River are as follows:

BEAR CREEK AT MCKEE ROAD
8:00 AM STAGE: 4.7 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 4.7 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 17.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 23.0 FT


MERCED RIVER AT POHONO BRIDGE NEAR YOSEMITE
8:00 AM STAGE: 2.1 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 2.1 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY MORNING
FLOOD STAGE: 10.0 FT

Lake McSwain (MCS) release below New Exchequer Dam, 230 cubic feet per second.

MERCED RIVER NEAR STEVINSON
8:00 AM STAGE: 56.6 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 56.6 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY EVENING
MONITOR STAGE: 68.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 71.0 FT

Tuolumne River release from
La Grange (LGR) below Lake Don Pedro, 170 cubic feet per second.

TUOLUMNE RIVER AT MODESTO
8:00 AM STAGE: 37.6 FT
FORECAST TO RECEDE TO NEAR 37.0 FT MONDAY AFTERNOON
THEN FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 37.0 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 50.5 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 55.0 FT

Stanislaus River release from
Goodwin Dam (GDW) below New Melones Reservoir, 400 cubic feet per second.

STANISLAUS RIVER AT ORANGE BLOSSOM BRIDGE
8:00 AM STAGE: 2.5 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 2.5 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY EVENING
MONITOR STAGE: 13.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 16.0 FT

Calaveras River release from
New Hogan Dam (NHG), 27 cubic feet per second.

MORMON SLOUGH AT BELLOTA
8:00 AM STAGE: 3.0 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 3.0 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 16.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 22.0 FT, DANGER STAGE: 23.0 FT

Mokelumne River release from
Camanche Reservoir (CMN), 225 cubic feet per second.

MOKELUMNE RIVER NEAR THORNTON (BENSON'S FERRY)
8:00 AM STAGE: 3.2 FT
FORECAST TO RISE TO NEAR 4.7 FT MONDAY NEAR NOON
THEN FORECAST TO RECEDE TO NEAR 2.0 FT MONDAY NEAR MIDNIGHT
THEN FORECAST TO RISE TO NEAR 4.5 FT EARLY TUESDAY MORNING
THEN FORECAST TO RECEDE TO NEAR 3.5 FT LATE TUESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 12.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 17.0 FT


COSUMNES RIVER AT MICHIGAN BAR
8:00 AM STAGE: 3.4 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 3.4 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 7.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 12.0 FT


COSUMNES RIVER NEAR MCCONNELL
8:00 AM STAGE: 24.0 FT
FORECAST TO FLUCTUATE NEAR 24.0 FT THRU LATE TUESDAY MORNING
MONITOR STAGE: 40.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE: 46.0 FT
PIO: Sergeant Gregg Beall (209) 456-8164

UPDATE: TWO IN CUSTODY FOLLOWING A DRIVE-BY SHOOTING ON 2/21/21

MANTECA (CA): Over the past two days, MPD Detectives have been following up on the shootings from Saturday and Sunday. Detectives were able to identify two suspects from the shooting on 2/21/21 that resulted in a male being taken to an area hospital for gunshot wounds.

At approximately 3:30 am on 2/22/21, members of the Manteca-Ripon SWAT team served a search warrant at a residence in the 2100 block of Brennan Ln. Two suspects wanted in connection to yesterday’s shooting were taken into custody with incident. The suspects were identified as Brandon Garcia, 32, of Manteca and Luki Aumua Tuitasi, 22, of Manteca. Both Garcia and Tuitasi will be booked at the County Jail on a charge of 664/187 PC (Attempted Murder). They will be held in a no-bail status.

While SWAT was in the process of arresting the two suspects, another Detective was conducting surveillance on a separate residence. As the Detective was watching the residence, he observed an individual place a suspicious object under a car at that residence. The Detective then watched the individual get into a waiting vehicle. A traffic stop was conducted on the waiting vehicle and two subjects were detained. A check of the item placed under the car at the residence revealed it to be two incendiary explosive devices. Manteca PD’s Bomb Squad was called to render the devices safe.

Brianna Maldonado, 18, of Manteca and Noble Carpenter, 46, of Manteca were arrested for the incendiary explosive devices. Maldonado was transported to County Jail and booked for 18710(a) PC (Possession of a Destructive Device), 18740 PC (Possession of a Destructive Device with Intent to Terrorize), 455 PC (Attempted Arson), 18715(a)(3) PC (Possession of a Destructive Device Near an Inhabited Dwelling) and 182(a)(1) PC (Conspiracy). She is being held on $6.7 million bail. Carpenter was transported to the County Jail and booked for 18710(a) PC (Possession of a Destructive Device), 455 PC (Attempted Arson), 182(a)(1) PC (Conspiracy) and 31 PC (Aid/Abet in a Crime). He is being held on $800k bail. They are both scheduled to appear in Manteca Court on 2/24/21.

Detectives are still actively investigating this shooting as well as the homicide that occurred on 2/20/21. At this time, the two shootings cannot be confirmed to be related, but Detectives are following up on that possibility.

Anyone with information related to this incident please contact the Manteca Police Department via email at investigations@mantecapd.com or by phone at (209) 456-8101 referencing case number 21-6420.
Tracy | 3:46 PM | Tracy PD Officers are en route for reports of an assault on the 300 Block Of E GrantLine Rd near Parker Ave One person on the ground bleeding and not breathing. CPR in progress. Fire and medics are also en route.