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2 more victims in Stockton serial killings identified by medical examiner’s office


POLICE SAY THIS WAS NOT A DRIVE-BY SHOOTING. WE KNOW THE IDENTITY OF ALL THE VICTIMS KILLED OVER THE LAST FEW MONTHS AS POLICE TRY TO SEARCH FOR ANSWERS. THE VICTIMS INCLUDE PAUL ALEXANDER, LORENZO LOPEZ, JONATHAN HERNANDEZ, JUAN CRUZ. THEY WERE BY THEMSELVES AT NIGHT WHEN THEY WERE SHOT AND KILLED. BRANDI: POLICE HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE THE KILLINGS ARE CONNECTED. WE HAVE MORE ON THE CASE IN THE PLEAT FROM VICTIM FAMILIES. >> GOOD MORNING. WE ARE RIGHT OUTSIDE THE STOCKTON POLICE DEPARTMENT WHERE INVESTIGATORS ARE TRYING TO PIECE TOGETHER AND SOLVE WHAT THEY ARE CALLING A SERIES OF KILLINGS THAT APPEAR CONNECTED. THE VICTIM’S SPOKE WITH US. THIS IS A SURVEILLANCE CAMERA PICTURE OF WHAT POLICE SAY SHOWS A PERSON OF INTEREST IN THE CASE. A TOTAL OF FIVE MEN HAVE BEEN KILLED IN FIVE SIMILAR DEADLY SHOOTINGS, ALL HAPPENING WITH THESE MEN WERE ALONE DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. KCRA 3 SPOKE WITH A WIFE. SHE TOLD US SHE DID NOT FEEL SAFE SHOWING HER FACE ON CAMERA, SHE DID WANT TO SHARE HER PLEA FOR HELP GETTING MORE ANSWERS. >> TO BE HONEST WITH YOU, A PART OF ME — A PART OF ME DIED WITH HIM THAT DAY. IT’S BEEN HARD. IT’S BEEN REALLY HARD. WE JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED. IT’S BEEN A TREMENDOUS TRAGEDY FOR OUR FAMILY. WE JUST WANT ANSWERS. >> POLICE HAVE SET UP A TIP LINE FOR ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE KILLINGS OR A SUSPECT. THAT TIP LINE IS ON YOUR SCREEN IT. YOU CAN SEE A PHONE NUMBER AND AN EMAIL. WE HAVE AN INTERACTIVE MAP ON A WEBSITE SHOWING THE AREA WHERE THESE KILLINGS HAPPEN. YOU CAN SCAN THAT QR CODE AND GET A SENSE OF WHERE THEY HAPPENED. INFORMATION ABOUT EACH OF THE CASES, WE ARE UPDATING THIS ON A WEEKLY BASIS. BACK HERE AT THE POLICE STATION, THAT WIFE TELLING US THAT SHE KNOWS SOMEONE SOMEWHERE HAS TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THESE KILLINGS AND WHO WAS BEHIND THEM. SHE’S HOPING THAT PERSON MAY BE WATCHING RIGHT NOW AND WILL REACH OUT TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, TO GIVE THEM THE INFORMATION THEY NEED TO PIECE THESE KILLINGS TOGETHER AND SOLVE THEM.

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2 more victims in Stockton serial killings identified by medical examiner’s office

Two more people were identified as victims in the string of recent serial killings in Stockton on Monday morning by the San Joaquin County medical examiner’s office. Families had previously identified the other three victims to KCRA 3. The man who was killed Aug. 30 was identified as 21-year-old Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez, of Stockton. The man who was killed Sept. 21 was identified as 52-year-old Juan Cruz, also of Stockton. Stockton police Chief Stanley McFadden said in a press conference Friday that the incidents appear to be connected, and all happened when it was dark, and victims were alone.These are the five cases believed to be linked:July 8 – 35-year-old Paul Alexander Yaw was killed at the 5600 block of Kermit Lane at 12:31 a.m.Aug. 11 – 43-year-old Salvador William Debudey, Jr. was killed at the 4900 block of West Lane at 9:49 p.m.Aug. 30 – 21-year-old Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez was killed at the 800 block of East Hammer Lane at 6:41 a.m.Sept. 21 – 52-year-old Juan Cruz was killed at the 4400 block of Manchester Avenue at 4:27 a.m.Sept. 27 – 54-year-old Lorenzo Lopez was killed at the 900 block of Porter Avenue at 1:51 a.m.| MORE | Family of victim in Stockton serial killings calls for justiceAlthough most of the victims are Hispanic, police said they don’t believe the homicides are hate crimes.| WHAT WE KNOW | Here’s what we’re learning about the five victims of Stockton serial killingsVideo below: ‘We have a series of homicides we believe are interconnecte,’ Stockton police chief says about string of killingsA person of interest is being sought by Stockton police, but it’s unclear if they are a suspect or witness.An $85,000 cash reward has been offered to anyone who can bring information that leads to an arrest in any of the investigations, police said.A tip line was also opened on Friday for people to submit information at 209-937-8167. People can email tips to at [email protected] Video surveillance can be submitted to Stocktonpdca.evidence.com.

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Two more people were identified as victims in the string of recent serial killings in Stockton on Monday morning by the San Joaquin County medical examiner’s office. Families had previously identified the other three victims to KCRA 3.

The man who was killed Aug. 30 was identified as 21-year-old Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez, of Stockton. The man who was killed Sept. 21 was identified as 52-year-old Juan Cruz, also of Stockton.

Stockton police Chief Stanley McFadden said in a press conference Friday that the incidents appear to be connected, and all happened when it was dark, and victims were alone.

These are the five cases believed to be linked:

| MORE | Family of victim in Stockton serial killings calls for justice

Although most of the victims are Hispanic, police said they don’t believe the homicides are hate crimes.

| WHAT WE KNOW | Here’s what we’re learning about the five victims of Stockton serial killings

Video below: ‘We have a series of homicides we believe are interconnecte,’ Stockton police chief says about string of killings

A person of interest is being sought by Stockton police, but it’s unclear if they are a suspect or witness.

photo from stockton police department of person of interest sought in string of killings that they said appear to be connected.

Stockton Police Department

An $85,000 cash reward has been offered to anyone who can bring information that leads to an arrest in any of the investigations, police said.

A tip line was also opened on Friday for people to submit information at 209-937-8167. People can email tips to at [email protected] Video surveillance can be submitted to Stocktonpdca.evidence.com.

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