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Stockton Police looking for bank robbery suspect

STOCKTON, CA - Stockton Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Friday at the 500 block of Carolyn Weston Blvd.

According to the Stockton Police logs, the suspect entered the bank, gave a teller a demand note, and received cash.

The suspect fled on foot and has not been found at the time of this posting.

The alleged suspect is described as a black man in his 20's.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.

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Author Jennifer Hartvickson to read at McKinley Elementary - free event

Author Jennifer Hartvickson to read at McKinley Elementary - free event

McKinley Elementary School will present the author, Jennifer Hartvickson, who will read her book “Mr. Lemur’s Train of Thought” to our Kindergarten through Third grade classes on April 30th from 1:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria at McKinley School, 30 W. 9th Street.  During this fun event the author will read her book and invite students to participate in a “Write Your Own Mister Lemur Story”.

There is no charge for this event. This book introduces students to lemurs, Madagascar, problem solving, writing, and illustrating.   Along with this Jennifer will emphasizing the importance of goal setting and planning.   Jennifer Hartvickson is the co-author of “Mr. Lemur’s Train of Thought”.

St. Mary's Rams' Doug Martin drafted in 1st round by Tampa Bay

TAMPA, FL - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers addressed their need for a running back, selecting Boise State's Doug Martin with the 31st pick in the first round of the NFL draft.

Martin grew up in the Stockton area, and played high school football for the St. Mary's Rams before playing for the Broncos in college.

The Bucs traded the fifth overall pick to Jacksonville Thursday night for the Jaguars' seventh overall pick to get Alabama safety Mark Barron, but remained determined to find help on offense for young quarterback Josh Freeman.

They landed Martin after trading their second-round selection - no. 36 overall - and swapping fourth-round picks with the Denver Broncos.

Martin averaged 5.56 yards per carry and scored 43 touchdowns while rushing for 3,431 in four seasons at Boise State. He gained 1,299 yards and scored 16 TDs as a senior.


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BANK OF THE WEST - Tweet of the Day - April 26, 2012

The News10 Sports Department selects a tweet of the day every Sunday through Friday, sponsored by Bank of the West.

Be sure to check back each night to see the latest tweet.

Also, be sure to follow News10 Sports on Twitter! 

Bryan May - @BMayNews10

Ryan Yamamoto - @YamsNews10

Sean Cunningham - @News10Sean

Thursday's tweet comes from Boise State's Doug Martin who grew up in Stockton, played for the St. Mary's Rams and is now headed for the NFL. On Thursday he was drafted in the first round by Tampa Bay.

Patient records compromised in Stockton lab burglary

STOCKTON, CA - Lab records containing at least 700 patient records were stolen during a burglary at the Health Care Clinical Laboratory Patient Service Center at 89 W. March Ln. in Stockton.  The lab, which is affiliated with St. Joseph's Medical Center, was broken into on February 2.

Hospital spokeswoman Natalie Pettis said lab workers advised officials of the burglary after noticing a broken storeroom window and two missing storage boxes containing lab requisition forms. According to Pettis, the stolen forms contained information on patients seen between Dec. 13 and Jan. 5, as well as between Jan. 17 and Jan. 31.

On March 16, a third box, containing records of services administered between Oct. 24 and Nov. 18, was also discovered missing, said Pettis.

Pettis said at least one patient reported an attempt to open a credit card under their name since the thefts.

Stockton woman critical following domestic dispute

STOCKTON, CA - A 20-year-old Stockton woman is in critical condition following a domestic dispute with her boyfriend on Monday, according to Stockton police.

Detective Joe Silva of the Stockton PD said officers responded to a call of a disturbance on the 1000 block of N. San Joaquin St. around 11:00 p.m. on Monday and discovered the woman with life-threatening injuries. The woman was immediately transported to a nearby hospital where her injuries were deemed critical.

An ensuing investigation by Stockton police revealed the victim and her boyfriend had been in some type of domestic dispute prior to the call for assistance, said Silva.

Raoul Levya was identified as a suspect in the case and is sought by police. Levya was described as an Hispanic man, 29 years old, 5'9" tall, weighing 190 pounds, with black hair, and brown eyes.

Silva said Levya is wanted for attempted homicide and has a parole warrant for his arrest.