STOCKTON (CBS13) — Several people were arrested Friday morning in Stockton, one due to assault with a deadly weapon and one for resisting arrest, said the Stockton Police Department.

The assault with a deadly weapon arrest took place on West Charter Way in the Seaport District of Stockton around 10:52 a.m.

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The male victim, a 53-year-old, was working at a local business when he told the suspect to leave the property.

The suspect chased the victim with a knife and proceeded to throw rocks at another woman.

When officers arrived, the suspect refused to drop his weapon and a less-than-lethal shotgun was used to take the suspect into custody.

The man arrested was 37-year-old Antonio Matiaz Perez on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest.

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The second incident took place in Stockton on East Marsh Street in the Park District around 12:10 p.m. on Friday.

Officers responded to the area for reports of a disturbance.

When officers found the suspect, 60-year-old Paul Clipper, he was armed with a crowbar.

The suspect refused to drop his weapon and approached the responding officers.

Once again, a less-than-lethal shotgun was used to take the suspect into custody.

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Clipper was arrested for resisting arrest.