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Two Killed after Car Fleeing from Police Crashes POSTED 12:12 PM, APRIL 4, 2017, BY IAN MCDONALD AND ERIC RUCKER, UPDATED AT 06:39PM, APRIL 4, 2017

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STOCKTON — Two people were killed and one person was taken into custody following a police chase in Stockton, police said.

According to Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva, Stockton officers got a report of someone brandishing a gun in a car near East Hammer Lane and Holman Road. At the same time, police say, officers in Lodi said they were looking for that car in connection to an armed robbery at a Lodi Costco.

Stockton police tried to pull the gray Ford over, but it fled. The driver led officers on a one minute, one mile pursuit, reaching speeds of about 50 mph. The car ultimately hit a bicyclist and three other cars at West Hammer Lane and Alexandria Place.

The suspect vehicle flipped and was upside down.

Two people in the suspect car were pronounced dead at the scene, and a third was taken into custody.

Police pursuit leads to rollover crash two suspects are dead Hammer Ln., Stockton

 

The bicyclist and people in the other cars will be treated for their minor injuries.

The suspects have not yet been identified.

Stay with FOX40 and FOX40.com for updates on this developing story.

Gun rampage kills 2 deputies in Sacramento region

Danny Oliver’s last shift ended with the veteran Sacramento sheriff’s deputy doing something he would have done countless times before in his career, walking toward a car to see what the occupants were doing on his beat.

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South Land Park Quadruple Homicide: Community in Shock

South Land Park Quadruple Homicide: Community in Shock After Father Kills Family

SACRAMENTO — A heinous quadruple murder has torn apart a South Land Park family.

“Total shock,” sand Tynya Beverly.

Beverly tells FOX40 her former colleague, Angel Vasquez, her two children and another adult were killed inside their South Land Park home.

Beverly says the man police arrested, Salvador Vasquez-Oliva, is their father and husband.

“This is a big call for love that if you had to do this you are in so much pain to have to take your family out like that,” Beverly said.

The 56-year-old is behind bars at the Sacramento County Jail facing four counts of murder for a crime horrific enough to disturb and disgust a neighborhood and a police department.

“This is a very tragic incident that’s affected everybody from the community, to the family, to the officers that are involved,” said Sacramento Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Bryce Heinlein.

Neighbor and former Sacramento City Council member Lauren Hammond says the children were an 11-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl, who she describes as quiet and reserved.

“We watched them learn how to ride a bike, skateboard, roller skate up and down the street, so losing them is very hurtful,” Hammond said.

Hammond says the children attended John Cabrillo Elementary and Sam Brannan Middle School.

Police say Salvador Vasquez-Oliva is their primary suspect.

Hammond never sensed he could be capable of such a disgusting crime.

“He should have done something else,” Hammond said. “I wont say what that is, but the answer is never to kill your family.”

The California Employment Development Department says Vasquez-Oliva worked for EDD since October 2012 as an office technician.

Beverly says Vasquez also worked for EDD and was in the process of splitting from her husband, but recently let him move back into their South Land Park home.

Beverly says she’s still in denial about the fact this dedicated mother and her children are gone.

“Why the kids? Why the babies?” Beverly said. “I just don’t understand it and I cant get my hands around it.”

Sacramento resident turns himself in after fatal hit-and-run

Wilfredo Cortes, 47, turned himself in to Sacramento Police officers in connection with a fatal Wednesday night hit-and-run collision on Marysville and Los Robles boulevards. Sacramento Police Department

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Wilfredo Cortes, 47, turned himself in to Sacramento Police officers in connection with a fatal Wednesday night hit-and-run collision on Marysville and Los Robles boulevards.

Dozens of Car Windows Smashed Overnight in South Sacramento Neighborhood

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Dozens of Car Windows Smashed Overnight in South Sacramento Neighborhood

Dozens of Car Windows Smashed Overnight in South Sacramento Neighborhood POSTED 6:24 AM, MARCH 10, 2017

Dozens of Car Windows Smashed Overnight in South Sacramento Neighborhood

This Video is Proof that the back of the house is the main point of entry for burglars

Good thing they had a security system to scare him away