Victim shot after asked about man's girlfriend

STOCKTON — A man drove himself to a hospital Sunday night after being shot by a stranger who asked the man if he knew the stranger’s girlfriend, police reported.

The victim was walking in the 8700 block of Cherbourg Way in the vicinity of north Stockton’s Valverde Park about 9:45 p.m. when the stranger approached and started asking about his girlfriend. The stranger then pointed a gun at the victim, firing one round that struck the victim on one of his feet, according to the report.

The stranger — described as a male of unknown age and race standing 5 feet 11 and weighing 250 pounds — was last seen wearing dark clothing and fleeing in an unknown direction, according to police. The report did not state if the victim knew the stranger’s girlfriend.

Bicycle thief ends up on roof of house

STOCKTON — A stolen bicycle report in the middle of the night led to the arrest of a woman on multiple charges after she ended up on a homeowner’s roof where she allegedly kicked police officers and a firefighter, according to police.

Officers responded to the area around the 1000 block of South San Joaquin Street, south of downtown Stockton, about 1:40 a.m. Monday where they learned that the suspected bicycle thief was in the backyard of a nearby home.

Upon arrival at the home — whose residents were not involved in the incident — officers discovered the suspect, identified as Chanel Hardwick, 31, on the roof. Hardwick, according to police, initially refused commands to come down, but officers continued to speak with her.

When she still would not get down from the roof, officers — with the assistance of firefighters — climbed up on the roof. As they were taking Hardwick into custody, officials allege she started kicking. Officers arrested Hardwick on suspicion of trespassing, resisting arrest, assault on an officer and public intoxication, according to police.