Violent Crime West Coast

Homeowner Shoot 3 Alleged Home Invasion Suspects Caught on Camera

Homeowner and Son Shoot 3 Alleged Home Invasion Suspects in Shootout

Alleged Suspect Kailen Guy Credit Stockton Police Department

Alleged Suspect Kailen Guy Credit Stockton Police Department

Stockton resident shoots at intruders during a possible armed robbery.

Stockton Police Department Press Release

Attempted Home Invasion Robbery Arrest

This morning, at 5:42 a.m., the male victim, 23, was driving past his parents’ home in the 6700 block of Everest Avenue when he saw the suspects lying in wait to commit a robbery. The victim confronted the three suspects with a firearm and became involved in a gun battle with them.

The suspects fled and three of them later arrived at an area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. Two suspects, 25 and 20 year-old-males were admitted for treatment and their charges were referred to the District Attorney’s Office for complaint.

After being treated, officers arrested Kailen Guy, 19, for attempted home invasion robbery.

This remains an active investigation and anyone with information is encouraged to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8323.

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