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1 injured and suspect in custody after shooting in Modesto, police say

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Person shot in Modesto; suspect in custody, police say

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Updated: 5:17 PM PDT Jun 4, 2024

COMES FIRST. THIS IS KCRA THREE NEWS AT FIVE. WE’LL HAVE THE WATER READY IN A PLACE IN THE SHADE. THE HEAT IS BACK WITH OUR FIRST DAY IN THE TRIPLE DIGITS SINCE AUGUST. WELL, THE WEATHER ADDING TO THE DANGER ALREADY SEEN BY FIREFIGHTERS. THEIR REQUESTS TO THE PUBLIC TO HELP PREVENT WILDFIRES THIS SUMMER. TAKING ACTION ON IMMIGRATION. WHAT AN EXECUTIVE ORDER FROM THE PRESIDENT WOULD MEAN FOR ILLEGAL CROSSINGS AT THE SOUTHERN BORDER. AND ADDING SOME LIFE SAVING SKILLS TO YOUR RESUME. DIFFERENCE? KNOWING CPR CAN MAKE IN AN EMERGENCY. GOOD MORNING. IT IS 5 A.M. I’M GEORGE FITZPATRICK AND I’M TITO TORRES, SO GET READY FOR EXTREME. HEAT BECAUSE IT IS A WEATHER IMPACT. HERE WE GO. METEOROLOGIST KELLY KAREN IN FOR TAMARA THIS MORNING. SHE’LL BE JOINING US ON THE EVENING SHOWS. WHAT’S AHEAD. OH IT’S NOT ONLY GOING TO BE A HOT ONE, BUT WE’RE ALSO DEALING WITH GUSTY NORTH WINDS. AND THAT MEANS AN INCREASED FIRE DANGER. SO FOR TODAY WE’RE TALKING ABOUT THE FIRST TRIPLE DIGIT DAYS OF THE YEAR. WE KNOW WE HAVE MANY MORE TO COME. BUT THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING. WE’RE ALSO GOING TO BE DEALING WITH THOSE GUSTY NORTH WINDS. WE’RE TALKING GUSTS UP TO POTENTIALLY 30MPH. AND OF COURSE THAT MEANS AN ELEVATED FIRE RISK. THAT’S THE LAST THING WE NEED. ALL RIGHT. SO TEMPERATURES RIGHT NOW PRETTY NICE IF YOU NEED TO GET OUTSIDE MAYBE YOU WANT TO GO FOR A RUN. NOW IS A GREAT TIME TO DO THAT. SACRAMENTO 58 DEGREES MODESTO IS LOOKING AT 61. AUBURN 59. NOW THE WINDS THE RIGHT NOW. THEY’RE STILL PRETTY LIGHT BUT THESE ARE GOING TO BE PICKING UP IN FACT BY THE TIME WE GET INTO THE AFTERNOON. LOOK AT THIS MAP HERE. WE’RE GOING TO BE GETTING IN THAT 15 TO 20 MILE PER HOUR RANGE. AND THAT’S THE SUSTAINED WINDS. THE GUSTS ARE GOING TO BE EVEN STRONGER. AND WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY. WELL SACRAMENTO EXPECTING THAT HIGH OF 101 MID 90S IN THE FOOTHILLS WHERE YESTERDAY YOU HAD TEMPERATURES RIGHT AROUND THAT 70 DEGREE MARK. AND IN THE SIERRA WE’RE SEEING TEMPERATURES TODAY AGAIN, ALMOST 15 DEGREES WARMER THAN YESTERDAY. WITH THOSE TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 70S, WE’RE GOING TO BREAK IT DOWN. NEIGHBORHOOD BY NEIGHBORHOOD. SO YOU CAN SEE JUST HOW HOT IT’S GOING TO GET WHERE YOU ARE. THAT’S COMING UP IN ABOUT TEN MINUTES. GUYS. ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU SO MUCH KELLY. WELL, BECAUSE OF THE HEAT EXPECTED TODAY, SEVERAL AREAS ACROSS THE REGION ARE ACTIVATING COOLING CENTERS FOR THOSE IN THE SACRAMENTO AREA. SACRAMENTO REGIONAL TRANSIT’S PROVIDING FREE RIDES TO AND FROM COOLING CENTERS. JUST PRINT OUT OR SHOW THE DRIVER THIS FLIER ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE. AND FOR A FULL LIST OF COOLING CENTER LOCATIONS NEAR YOU, JUST SCAN THE QR CODE THERE ON YOUR SCREEN. NOW LET’S GO AHEAD AND GET A CHECK ON TRAFFIC. AND HERE’S BRIAN HICKEY. GOOD MORNING. THINGS LOOKING PRETTY GOOD OUT THERE. NICE AND COOL RIGHT NOW. ANYWAY FOR INTERSTATE 80. IS THIS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE COMING THROUGH RIVERSIDE AS YOU MAKE YOUR WAY THROUGH ROSEVILLE, HEADING IN TOWARDS CITRUS HEIGHTS AND EVENTUALLY ON INTO SACRAMENTO. NO DELAYS HERE. EVERYTHING’S MOVING ALONG JUST FINE ALONG THE 80 AND 50 CORRIDORS HERE. AS THERE WE GO. GOT THE MAP TO ADVANCE THERE. 50. LOOKING GOOD. WE HAD AN EARLIER CRASH AT HAZEL. THAT IS ALL CLEAR NOW. NO LONGER AN INCIDENT THERE. THEY’VE REMOVED THE VEHICLE THAT WAS OVER ON THE SHOULDER OF THE ROAD THERE. I-5 AND 99. LOOKING GOOD. IF YOU’RE COMING IN FROM ELK GROVE AND OUT ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY. THAT BAY AREA COMMUTE. NO PROBLEMS TO REPORT. THERE. STOCKTON. NO ISSUES IN STOCKTON. A LITTLE BIT FURTHER SOUTH TOWARDS FRENCH CAMP. JUST ON ROTH ROAD. WE HAVE A CAR THAT IS WEDGED UNDER THE REAR OF A SEMI TRUCK, RAN INTO THE BACK OF IT AND IT’S RIGHT ON THE RIGHT NEAR THE ON RAMP TO SOUTHBOUND FIVE FROM ROTH ROAD. SO DOES NOT, CAUSING A DELAY ON THE FREEWAY, BUT YOU MIGHT SEE SOME LIGHTS OVER THERE. 19 MINUTE RIDE ON 205. 26 MINUTE RIDE ON 580 13 MINUTE RIDE ON 99 BETWEEN MODESTO AND MANTECA AND HERE IN SACRAMENTO. TEN MINUTES ON 59 MINUTES ON 80 FROM ROSEVILLE TO THE SPLIT AND I-5 OR 99 SHOULD TAKE YOU ABOUT 11 MINUTES UP TO HIGHWAY 50. OUT OF ELK GROVE. BACK TO YOU. ALL RIGHT, BRIAN, THANK YOU. IT’S 503 NOW. SOME RESIDENTS IN SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY MAY NOTICE A LITTLE SMOKE IN THE AIR TODAY. IT IS COMING FROM A FIRE AT AGRA FARMS. KCRA THREE’S MELANIE WINGO IS LIVE NEAR THE FIRE THIS MORNING, AND EXPLAINS WHY CREWS ARE LETTING THIS ONE BURN ITSELF OUT. SO WHAT IS BURNING? MELANIE? WELL, FROM ONE OF THE REPRESENTATIVES ON SITE HERE FROM RIPON FIRE, WE LEARNED THAT IT’S PERHAPS ALMOND AND WALNUT MATERIAL. MAYBE SOME HOLES THAT WERE INSIDE ONE OF THE OUTBUILDINGS OR SHEDS HERE ON THE PROPERTY. AND AGAIN, THIS IS AGRA MARKETING GROUP’S PROPERTY, AT LEAST BEHIND THIS BUSINESS. WE’RE STILL WORKING TO FIGURE OUT THE EXACT BUSINESS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS BIG FIRE. TAKE A LOOK AT THE SCENE. WHEN WE FIRST ARRIVED HERE, AND APPARENTLY THIS HAS BEEN THE SCENE FOR WELL OVER 24 HOURS. A FIRE STARTING ACCORDING TO THAT RIPON FIRE REPRESENTATIVE HERE ON SITE SUNDAY AT 10 P.M. AROUND THAT TIME AND EVER SINCE, FIRE CREWS HAVE BEEN WATCHING AND JUST LETTING THIS BURN ITSELF OUT, BASICALLY BECAUSE YOU CAN’T FIGHT IT ACCORDING TO THAT, UH, RIPON FIREFIGHTER THAT I SPOKE WITH EARLIER, THIS FIRE IS PUTTING UP A LOT OF SMOKE. WE ARE SEEING A LOT OF FLAMES THAT PEOPLE CAN SEE FROM HIGHWAY 120 FRENCH CAMP THAT LITTLE CORNER OF THIS PART OF RIPON. SO WHAT WE CAN TELL PEOPLE WHO ARE DRIVING BY IS YOU ARE GOING TO SEE THIS AND IT MAY BE ANOTHER DAY OR TWO BEFORE THIS BURNS ITSELF OUT ENTIRELY. AND IF WE SWITCH BACK OUT TO US, LIVE HERE ON THE SCENE, I ALSO WANT TO SHOW YOU, SINCE THE SUN HAS STARTED TO RISE AND WE HAVE A LITTLE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT, WE CAN SEE ALL OF THE SMOKE THAT’S BEING PUT UP. YOU CAN SEE IT FROM THE THE BURNING STRUCTURE ITSELF, AND THEN IT’S KIND OF DOING ALMOST LIKE A LITTLE RAINBOW ARCH OVER THE HIGHWAY. SO IF PEOPLE SEE THIS KIND OF SMOKE IN THE SKY, UH, JUST KNOW THAT FIRE CREWS, AT LEAST FOR THIS PARTICULAR FIRE, HAVE A HANDLE ON THINGS, ALTHOUGH IT IS GETTING PEOPLE’S ATTENTION AS THEY DRIVE BY. WE’VE SEEN NUMEROUS CARS SLOW. LOOK OFF TO THE SIDE, SEE THE FLAMES, SEE THE SMOKE AND AND WONDER IF SOMEBODY IS ON IT AND THE SHORT ANSWER IS YES. RIPON FIRE IS ON IT AND THEY’LL BE WATCHING IT UNTIL IT BURNS ITSELF OUT. REPORTING LIVE IN RIPON. MELANIE WINGO KCRA THREE NEWS. ALL RIGHT MELANIE, THANK YOU SO MUCH. WE WILL CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE EFFORTS OF FIREFIGHTERS AND BRING YOU ANY CHANGES THEY MAKE IN DEALING WITH THIS FIRE. IT’S BEEN A REALLY BUSY START TO THE WEEK FOR CAL FIRE CREWS. THEY’VE BEEN FIGHTING TWO FIRES IN OUR REGION. THE LATEST ONE IS THE PATTERSON PASS ROAD JUST OUTSIDE OF TRACY. THE NEW FIRE IS JUST A TEN MINUTE DRIVE AWAY FROM WHERE CREWS ARE CONTINUING TO WORK TO TRY TO GET THAT CORRAL FIRE OUT. CAL FIRE SAYS THE CREWS USE THE SAME EQUIPMENT TO GET THE PATTERSON FIRE UNDER CONTROL. THIS WEEK’S HEAT AND WIND HAVE THEM GEARING UP FOR MORE CALLS. IT’S DEFINITELY IN THE BACK OF OUR HEAD. WE WANT TO CONTINUE TO MAKE GOOD PROGRESS ON THE CORRAL FIRE. UM, OBVIOUSLY MOP UP THIS PATTERSON FIRE AND JUST BE VIGILANT AND BE READY FOR WHATEVER COMES OUR WAY WITH THIS HEAT WAVE. CAL FIRE SAYS THAT THEY ARE HOPING THAT THE HOMES ARE PREPPED IN THE AREA AND HARDENED FOR THE UPCOMING FIRE SEASON, AND THEY’RE ENCOURAGING FAMILIES TO HAVE GO BAGS READY AND CHECK READY FOR WILD WILDLIFE. DOT ORG FOR MORE BEST PRACTICES DURING FIRE SEASON. AS FOR THE ACREAGE OF THESE FIRES, THE PATTERSON FIRE, WHICH IS THE ONE WEST OF SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, IS AT 75% CONTAINMENT. IT WENT THROUGH ABOUT 95 ACRES THAT ONE BROKE OUT BEFORE FIVE LAST NIGHT AT A POWER FACILITY OWNED BY PG AND E. NO OFFICIAL WORD ON WHAT STARTED IT. CREWS DID MAKE MORE PROGRESS IN FIGHTING THE CORRAL FIRE NEAR TRACY. THE FIRE STAYED PUT AT 14,000 ACRES. CAL FIRE HAS IT AT 85% CONTAINMENT. THE CAUSE IS ALSO UNDER INVESTIGATION. WELL, SOMETHING ELSE THAT HOMEOWNERS CAN DO TO INCREASE PROTECTION FROM WILDFIRES CREATE DEFENSIBLE SPACE, USUALLY FOLKS HAVE BEEN OUT THERE DOING IT. THE BEGINNING OF MAY. UH, APRIL, MAY. AND IT LASTS THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER. MOWING THE GRASS DOWN. WELL, NOW WITH THE LATE RAIN SEASON, THE SECOND GROWTH COMING, YOU MIGHT HAVE TO GO BACK AND TOUCH UP SOME AREAS TO MAINTAIN THAT DEFENSIBLE SPACE. BUT DON’T DO IT TODAY. THEY SAY IT’S NOT A GOOD DAY TO BE OUT MOWING TALL DRY GRASS. A SPARK FROM MOWER BLADE CAN START A FIRE. WE HAVE A NUMBER OF RESOURCES AVAILABLE ON THE KCRA THREE APP RIGHT NOW. CHECK OUT OUR WILDFIRE READY GUIDE. YOU CAN SCAN THE QR CODE ON YOUR SCREEN RIGHT NOW. YOU’LL FIND OUT WHERE TO GET EVACUATED, INFORMATION FOR YOUR COUNTY, AND HOW TO SIGN UP FOR EMERGENCY ALERTS. WE ALSO HAVE TIPS FROM CAL FIRE ON WHAT TO DO IF YOU YOURSELF GET AN EVACUATION WARNING. ALL THAT AND MORE ON THE KCRA THREE APP. MOVING NOW TO A DEVELOPING STORY OUT OF ELK GROVE FROM OVERNIGHT POLICE TOOK A 13 YEAR OLD INTO CUSTODY AFTER LEADING OFFICERS ON A CHASE IN A STOLEN VEHICLE AND THEN CRASHING. THE CRASH HAPPENED AT THE INTERSECTION OF LAGUNA AND FRANKLIN BOULEVARD AROUND 10:00 LAST NIGHT. POLICE SAY THEY WERE CHASING THE STOLEN VEHICLE WHEN THE TEEN CRASHED INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE AT THE INTERSECTION. THAT VEHICLE’S DRIVER WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL WITH LIFE THREATENING INJURIES. NO WORD YET ON IF THE 13 YEAR-OLD WAS HURT, BUT THEY ARE NOW IN POLICE CUSTODY. AN OVERNIGHT NIGHT CRASH IN THE FOOTHILL FARMS AREA SENT FOUR PEOPLE TO THE HOSPITAL. THIS ONE HAPPENED AT AROUND 9:00 LAST NIGHT ON HILLSDALE BOULEVARD. SACRAMENTO METRO FIRE SAYS THAT FOUR VEHICLES WERE INVOLVED AND HERE’S SOME VIDEO FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. AND YOU CAN SEE JUST HOW EXTENSIVE THAT DAMAGE WAS OF THE FOUR PEOPLE INVOLVED. ONE OF THEM HAS CRITICAL INJURIES. THE REST HAVE MINOR INJURIES. NO WORD YET ON WHAT STARTED ALL OF THAT. IT IS 509 NOW. AGAIN, WEATHER AND TRAFFIC EVERY TEN MINUTES ON THIS WEATHER IMPACT DAY. KELLY IT CERTAINLY IS AN IMPACT DAY TOO. WE’RE NOT ONLY DEALING WITH WIND OR VERY HIGH TEMPERATURES, BUT GUSTY WINDS AS WELL. THIS IS A LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE IN STOCKTON WHERE THE WINDS AREN’T THAT BAD, AT LEAST NOT YET. OUT THE SUN GETTING READY TO COME UP AND WE ARE GOING TO SEE CLEAR SKIES. UNLIKE YESTERDAY. STOCK SACRAMENTO 58 DEGREES STOCKTON 63. MODESTO IS LOOKING AT 61 AND LAKE TAHOE RIGHT NOW YOU’RE AT 40 DEGREES. BUT LATER THIS AFTERNOON WE’LL SEE TEMPERATURES AROUND THE LAKE TAHOE AREA TOPPING OUT IN THE UPPER 70. QUINCY THOUGH YOU’RE GETTING UP INTO THE LOW 90S. CHECK OUT THE TEMPERATURES IN THE FOOTHILLS. THIS IS A BIG CHANGE FROM YESTERDAY’S HIGHS IN THE 70S. TODAY WE’RE TALKING LOW TO MID 90S. SO 95 IN AUBURN JACKSON 95 AS WELL. MAKE SURE THAT YOU’RE STAYING HYDRATED. IF YOU’RE SPENDING ANY TIME OUTDOORS FOR. FAIRFIELD 102 SAN FRANCISCO 82 DEGREES EVEN THAT’S WARM BY THEIR STANDARDS. LAKEPORT LOOKING AT 89 NOW, THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY. TODAY WE ARE GOING TO SEE THOSE SUNNY SKIES, TRIPLE DIGIT TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 100 AND 102. GENERALLY NOW THOSE WINDS ARE GOING TO BE OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AND THEY’RE GOING TO BE PEAKING THIS AFTERNOON WITH GUSTS 30 TO 35MPH. SO AGAIN, THAT INCREASED FIRE DANGER. AND THEN THE SAME APPLIES FOR THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY WITH A HIGH TODAY IN SACRAMENTO ITSELF OF 101 DAVIS 102. TODAY FOLSOM IS GOING TO TOP OUT AT 100. LIKE I SAID INCREASED FIRE THREAT FOR TODAY. THE WINDS THOUGH THANKFULLY WILL DIMINISH TOMORROW. WE’LL TALK MORE ABOUT THAT IN TEN MINUTES. IT’S 510 NOW BRIAN, HOW ARE THINGS LOOKING ON THE ROADS? THINGS LOOKING PRETTY GOOD, ESPECIALLY IF YOU’RE HEADING OUT ONTO THE CAUSEWAY THIS MORNING. WESTBOUND INTERSTATE 80. HERE THEY’LL BE THE TAIL LIGHTS HEADING OUT TOWARDS CHILES THERE AS WE MAKE OUR WAY THROUGH ENTERPRISE. NO PROBLEMS TO REPORT ALL THE WAY OUT THROUGH VACAVILLE INTO FAIRFIELD HERE IN THE SACRAMENTO AREA, HIGHWAY 50 LOOKING GOOD. AFTER THEY CLEARED UP AN EARLIER CRASH NEAR HAZEL. WESTBOUND 80. NO PROBLEMS THERE. COMING IN FROM ROSEVILLE AND DOWN THROUGH THE SPLIT CAP CITY FREEWAY OVER THE TOP AND ONTO THE CAUSEWAY. ALL CLEAR. FIVE AND 99 NORTHBOUND. YOU CAN SEE HERE. ALL IN THE GREEN. NO DELAYS ON THAT STRETCH THERE. AND AS WE CHECK IN ON STOCKTON LOOKING GOOD HERE WITH ONE MINOR CRASH RIGHT NOW AT I-5 SOUTHBOUND AT ROTH ROAD, WHERE THERE’S A CAR THAT RAN INTO THE BACK OF A SEMI TRUCK THERE. HIGHWAY 50, RANCHO CORDOVA TO 99, A 12 MINUTE RIDE, A LITTLE BIT OF A DELAY THERE AS THEY CLEAR UP THE CONSTRUCTION FROM OVERNIGHT 80. A NINE MINUTE RIDE OUT OF ROSEVILLE, FIVE AND 99. 11 MINUTES TO TO ELK GROVE OUT OF ELK GROVE. BACK TO YOU, BRIAN. THANKS. 511 NOW NEXT BUILDING MORE BACKING FOR A CEASE FIRE DEAL. HOW THE US IS NOW PRESSURING ISRAEL AND HAMAS TO END THE WAR IN GAZA, AND ANOTHER ENCAMPMENT SPRINGING UP IN CALIFORNIA. WE’LL TELL YOU HOW THIS ONE IS TRYING TO GET THE ATTENTION OF LEADERS IN THE STATE’S LARGEST CITY.

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Person shot in Modesto; suspect in custody, police say

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Updated: 5:17 PM PDT Jun 4, 2024

A suspect was in custody after a shooting on Roselle Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, Modesto police said. According to the Modesto Police Department, officers responded to reports of a shooting at the 2700 block of Roselle Avenue around 3:45 p.m. Police said that one person was being treated for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.It is unclear what led to the shooting. Click the video player above to watch other morning headlines from KCRA News 3This story was curated by Hearst’s KCRA Alert Desk.If this story happened near you or someone you know, share this article with friends in your area using the KCRA mobile app so they know what is happening near them. The KCRA app is available for free in Apple’s App Store and on Google Play.See more coverage of top California stories here.

A suspect was in custody after a shooting on Roselle Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, Modesto police said.

According to the Modesto Police Department, officers responded to reports of a shooting at the 2700 block of Roselle Avenue around 3:45 p.m.

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Police said that one person was being treated for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

It is unclear what led to the shooting.

Click the video player above to watch other morning headlines from KCRA News 3

This story was curated by Hearst’s KCRA Alert Desk.

If this story happened near you or someone you know, share this article with friends in your area using the KCRA mobile app so they know what is happening near them. The KCRA app is available for free in Apple’s App Store and on Google Play.

See more coverage of top California stories here.

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About the Author
Yosi Yahoudai is a founder and the managing partner of J&Y. His practice is comprised primarily of cases involving automobile and motorcycle accidents, but he also represents people in premises liability lawsuits, including suits alleging dangerous conditions of public property, third-party criminal conduct, and intentional torts. He also has expertise in cases involving product defects, dog bites, elder abuse, and sexual assault. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California and is admitted to practice in all California State Courts, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. If you have any questions about this article, you can contact Yosi by clicking here.

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