A suspect in the Stockton serial killer who was shot while the chief of police was ‘hunting’ said:

A Stockton man has been arrested in connection with serial murders in Stockton and Auckland, authorities announced Saturday. He could be charged with the murder of six men. Stockton’s Wesley Brownley, 43, was arrested “while hunting” this morning at a press conference with City Manager Harry Black, Mayor Kevin Lincoln and San Joaquin County District Attorney Tory Burber Salazar, McFadden believes. Another murder.” The police chief said the arrest was made possible thanks to the advice of the community and the efforts of the police department.” Our surveillance team tracked this man while he was driving. We observed his pattern and determined this morning that he was on an assassination mission. “He was hunting,” McFadden said. He was caught off Winslow Way and Village Green Drive around 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, wearing a black robe with a mask around his neck and a gun. And public safety is theirs. It’s their number one priority.” I want to make this very clear to the people of Stockton, America and the world. When the people of Stockton come together and we unite, we can get the job done. Stockton will be the place. It’s a place where people can live, support their families and grow their businesses,” said Mayor Kevin Lincoln. Salazar of Brownlee’s arrest said, “The crime is solved because we are Stockton. You do not come to our house and bring this reign of terror.” Video below: San Joaquin County DA says Brownlee will appear in court on Tuesday afternoon about the arrest. Salazar said the district attorney’s office was working to establish charges against him, but officials said it was not yet clear what the motive for the killing was, but his pattern was consistent. | More | What We Know About Victims of the Stockton Serial Murders Six people have died. This year it was 5 and 1 in Auckland. Police identified the victim as: 35 years old Paul Alexander Yaw 43 years old Salvador William Debudey Jr. 21 years old Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez 52 years old Juan Cruz 52 years old Lorenzo Lopez Auckland victim was a Hispanic male in his 40s. Affiliate KTVU reported that the coroner identified the man as Juan Miguel Vasquez Serrano and that a 46-year-old black woman was the only known survivor of the shooting. Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden said the woman was shot at about 3:30 a.m. on April 16, 2021, when she was taken to an encampment at Park and Union Street in Stockton. She is dressed in a dark face mask and a dark jacket. She said the man was between 5 feet 10 and 6 feet 2 inches tall, and she said the woman didn’t tell the police anything between the two. She was shot several times Where the shootings took place Most fatal shootings occurred in Stockton, within a four-mile radius of each other. The shooting, where the woman survived, occurred south of the five shootings. Here’s a map with detailed information: Authorities ask people to continue sending information. McFadden said it’s still a “very active investigation.” “The arrest doesn’t stop the investigation,” McFadden said. He said they still need more tips to get in. The tip line remains open to submit information at 209-937-8167. People can contact policetips@stocktonca. information can be emailed to gov Video surveillance can be submitted to Stocktonpdca.evidence.com This is an evolving story Check KCRA 3 for up-to-date information-Hilda Flores of KCRA 3 contributed to this report Stockton, California — A Stockton man has been arrested in connection with a series of murders in Stockton and Oakland, authorities said Saturday. He faces charges of murdering six men. Stockton’s Wesley Brownley, 43, said today During a morning press conference with Sea Manager Harry Black, Mayor Kevin Lincoln and San Joaquin County District Attorney Tory Burber Salazar, McFadden believes he was arrested “while hunting. Another murder.” The police chief said the arrest was made possible thanks to the advice of the community and the efforts of the police department. “Our surveillance team followed him while he was driving,” McFadden said. “We observed his pattern and determined that he was on a murder mission earlier this morning. He was hunting.” He was caught at Winslow Way and Village Green Drive around 2 a.m. Saturday, dressed in black, with a mask around his neck and armed with a firearm. This content is taken from Twitter. You can find the same content in different formats or find more information on our website. Mayor of Stockton said the city will be able to overcome this and public safety is a top priority. “I want to make this very clear to the people of Stockton, the United States and the world. Mayor Kevin Lincoln said, “The people of Stockton We can get things done together. Stockton will be a place where people can live, have families and grow their businesses.” Because is Stockton. You do not come to our house and bring this reign of terror.” Video below: San Joaquin County DA says Brownlee will appear in court on Tuesday afternoon about arrest But he said his pattern was consistent: | More | What we know about victims of the Stockton serial murders Six people died this year, five in Auckland and one in Auckland. Police identified victims as Auckland’s victim was a 40-year-old Hispanic male Affiliate KTVU reported that the coroner identified the man as Juan Miguel Vasquez Serrano and that a 46-year-old black woman was the only known survivor of the shooting. Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden McFadden) said the woman was riding her bike to a campground on Park and Union Street in Stockton around 3:30 a.m. on April 16, 2021. Dressed in a dark face mask and dark jacket, she said the man was five feet tall. Said it was between 10 inches and 6 feet 2 inches, and the woman told the police that they didn’t exchange anything between them and that she went up to him and tried to defend herself. She was shot several times Where the shooting took place Most fatal The shooting took place in Stockton, within a four-mile radius of each other. The shooting, where a woman survived, occurred south of the five fatal shootings. Here is a map with more information: Authorities keep people informed McFadden said it is still a “very active investigation.” He said they still need more tips to get in. The tip line to submit information at 209-937-8167 remains open. People can email information to policetips@stocktonca.gov. Video surveillance can be submitted to Stocktonpdca.evidence.com. This is an evolving story. Check KCRA 3 for up-to-date information – Hilda Flores of KCRA 3 contributed to this report.

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