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Deputies Handle Variety Of Calls In City Of Action

There were several calls that Riverbank Police Services deputies handled throughout the city over the past week, with a few of the incidents outlined by deputies.

Also, department officials said that law enforcement along with the Stockton community has suffered another loss as Officer Jimmy Inn was fatally shot on May 11 in Stockton while responding to a domestic disturbance call. There will be two motor units from Riverbank Police Services assisting with the funeral detail in Stockton on Wednesday, May 19.

While Riverbank Police Services deputies were driving back into Riverbank on Thursday, May 13 in the evening, they located a disabled vehicle near Coffee Road and Amy Avenue in Modesto. The driver, a 40-year-old man, was found to be passed out inside the vehicle. He was determined to be driving under the influence of alcohol and arrested. The arrest was turned over to CHP.

On the morning of Wednesday, May12, traffic deputies stopped a vehicle that was blocking the alleyway in the 3400 block of Atchison Street. The driver, identified as police by Rogelio Vigil-Hernandez, 33, was on searchable probation and he was found to have methamphetamine on his person. He was arrested for possession of the illegal drugs.

The Community Resource Deputy stopped a subject identified as Brittney Plummer, 29, near Jackson Avenue and Stanislaus Street as she had a felony warrant out of Oakdale Police Department. The stop occurred during the afternoon on Wednesday, May 12 and Plummer was arrested without incident.

Deputies were dispatched to Riverbank High School after school hours for a subject trespassing and refusing to leave during the afternoon on Tuesday, May 11. A 20-year-old was subsequently issued a citation and escorted off the property.

Also on Tuesday afternoon, deputies stopped a vehicle near First Street and Stanislaus Street after receiving reports of the vehicle driving recklessly. A 24-year-old man was arrested for DUI.

Around midnight on Tuesday, deputies were dispatched to the 5900 block of Newbrook Drive regarding a dispute with a 27-year-old arrested in connection with the incident.

During the morning on Monday, May 10, deputies responded to the Home Depot for a retail theft. A 47-year-old was arrested in the theft.