Gary Smith is one of them. He was driving along Trinity Highway in north Stockton last November when he noticed two men in a car creeping up on two unsuspecting teenage girls.
Stoddart says officers can’t confiscate illegal fireworks because they don’t have the storage space or the ability to get rid of them. Instead, Lodi Police will treat illegal firework lighting as a civil offense and charge the homeowner where they were set off with a $1,000 fine.
The San Joaquin County district attorney has declined to file charges against two men arrested for a Lodi boy’s murder.
Police say they have arrested a man in connection to the murder of a 13-year-old boy.
Crews are cleaning up after a two-alarm house fire in Lodi early Thursday morning.
Property investor Glenn Bauer says his tenants renting homes also complain about the high cost of utilities. He says landlords are forced to lower rent prices to keep tenants happy.
Public works says a leak at your home isn’t just wasteful, it also has a negative impact on local bodies of water such as Lodi Lake. It’s giving homeowners plenty of opportunities to fix the issues before getting fined.
A Lodi teen was dropped off at a local hospital on Tuesday morning with a gunshot wound to the head.
New numbers out on Tuesday show it’s a statewide dropoff from a record 2013. Last year 4.16 million tons were crushed, a drop of 11 percent. Things were worse in the Lodi district where 674,000 tons of grapes were crushed—a 17 percent drop.
Lodi business owners told city hall they’ve seen a significant number of homeless coming through their alleyways, and they say the crimes they are witnessing have them too afraid to approach the homeless themselves.
Police are trying to figure out who made the bombs that were found in Olga Myshnova’s vehicle after she was allegedly caught shoplifting twice. They say what she planned to do with the bombs could lead to federal charges.
A woman who was arrested in a Lodi parking lot on shoplifting charges Monday also had two pipe bombs in her car, police say.