Los Banos Man Wanted in Pregnant Woman’s Murder
MODESTO – A high speed chase through South Modesto ended in an arrest early Saturday morning.
At about 2:00am, Stanislaus County Sheriff Deputies conducted a stop on a pickup truck in a shopping center near Crows Landing Road and Winmoore Way. As deputies were detaining a passenger, the driver ducked down in his seat to avoid being seen. He then fled north on Crows Landing Road and west on Hatch Road trying to evade authorities.
The pickup continued south on Vivian Road and entered an orchard near Whitmore Avenue. Deputies and officers with California Highway Patrol attempted to set up a perimeter around the orchard, but the truck exited on Whitmore and fled east.
The truck entered a private road next to an orchard near Fairview Elementary and soon became stuck in a ditch. The driver attempted to run on foot, but was captured with the help of a Stanislaus County Sheriff K-9.
An ambulance was called for the driver who suffered a bite wound to the leg. He was taken to a hospital for treatment. No other injuries were reported.
Officer Robert Terry Mackie
Robert Terry Mackie
Officer Mackie was shot and killed when he and another officer responded to a home after receiving reports that a man had a gun. The suspect was known to the officers and had been involved in several similar calls.
When the officers arrived Officer Mackie went to the front door as the other officer went around to the rear of the home. The suspect confronted Officer Mackie and opened fire with a shotgun, striking him in the face. Officer Mackie fired a round from his pistol at the same time, but the round went through the suspect's hat.
The suspect fled the scene but was later shot and killed by other officers.
Officer Mackie had served with the Los Banos Police Department for 9 months. He was survived by his wife, 1-year-old daughter, and 1-month-old son.
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Man found dead at park in Los Banos, police say
LOS BANOS, California. (KSEE/KGPE) – Police are investigating after a man was found dead at a park in Los Banos on Sunday morning.
Just before 10 a.m., officers were called out to College Greens Park near Scripps and College Greens drives after someone called 9-1-1 to report they had found a body.
When officers arrived, they found the body of a man along the southwest portion of a field at the park.
The identity of the man who was killed has not been released by authorities at this time.
Officers were called out to the same park Saturday night after receiving a call about shots being fired in the parking lot.
While officers were responding, they stopped a driver that was pulling out of the parking lot and trying to take a passenger in their vehicle to a local hospital.
Inside the car, officers found a man suffering from a gunshot wound.
Police say the man was uncooperative with officers and was taken to the hospital.
Officers have not said if they believe the two incidents are connected.
Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Jess Ceja at (209) 827-2507.
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The Los Banos Police Department would like to welcome teachers and students back to school and we are offering these simple tips to help keep everyone safe.
Drivers are reminded to give themselves a few extra minutes in the morning to get to their destination and to drive slow around our schools, watching for pedestrians and bicyclists.
California law requires all drivers to stop for school buses displaying a stop sign and flashing red lights. These school buses make frequent stops and children may be crossing the street around bus stops. Please drive carefully around our busses.
Pedestrians and bicyclist should keep their heads up while on roadways and look both ways before crossing the street. Drivers, please slow down when approaching pedestrians and bicyclists.
Using a cellular device while driving is not only irresponsible, it is also illegal and dangerous. Drivers should not be on their cellular devices while operating a motor vehicle and should avoid other distractions like applying makeup or eating.
Parents, we encourage you to go over these simple safety tips with your student drivers and remind them about the importance of safe driving.
Again, welcome back students, we hope everyone has a safe and exciting new school year.
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