Stockton Man Accused Of Assaulting Estranged Wife
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STOCKTON, Calif. (CBS13) – Stockton Police are searching for an armed and dangerous man suspected of stalking his wife for weeks and then beating her unconscious in a Walmart parking lot.
Police say Yonnee Jackson had been stalking his estranged wife since early July when he broke into her house and set it on fire.
On Monday, Jackson waited outside a Stockton Walmart for his wife to come out. As she was putting her purchases in her car, Jackson approached her from behind, threw her to the ground and began beating her, according to police.
Jackson allegedly continued to beat her after she lost consciousness and only stopped when an off-duty park ranger pointed his gun at Jackson.
Jackson then drove away in a dark blue 2001 Ford Expedition with a personalized California license plate “BIGYONS”.
Police say Jackson has relatives in Utah and Washington State.