At one point, the woman stabbed her boyfriend, then used pepper spray on him.
A nearly two-hour standoff ensued before a man and woman surrendered at the complex at Sierra Nevada and Poplar Streets.
The minute-long video shows a Stockton K-9’s jaws locked on a suspect’s arm as he is yelling for help.
The report says some officers may have pulled the trigger without a clear target, and simply fired because they saw fellow officers firing.
Jones said his officers bravely pursued the men at high speed around Stockton while taking gunfire. It ended with multiple officers firing at the getaway car.
The K-9 Nitro had extra water in his car and also had a fan in the patrol car. When his handler left him in the patrol car, the air conditioner was working, but stopped at some point before the handler returned.
The victim noticed there was no weapon, and police say he chased the suspect down and punched him in the face, possibly breaking the suspect’s nose.
Nitro died on Tuesday afternoon after his handler noticed Nitro was having a medical issues, likely due to the heat, Stockton Police said.
Last year, the Stockton Police Department looked into the footage and the accidents to see how useful red-light cameras were to Stockton’s streets. It turns out, not very much. Police found the cost of running the cameras and red-light running tickets weren’t cost-neutral.
Stockton police say two seniors who were reported missing have been found safe.
Police say, Keyes Kelly, 70, had been talking to undercover officers for two months. The vice unit posted an ad on Craigslist posing as a 13-year-old girl.
Cities like Baltimore, Maryland have been flashpoints for violent and explosive protests against police tactics. Some say the anger is fueled by how people of color are treated by officers. At the center of the conflict is a lack of trust.