The 9-year-old was hospitalized after the shooting in Stockton

Authorities said the 9-year-old girl was hospitalized after a car shooting in Stockton. It happened around 4:15 pm on block 2200 Van Gogh Lane in the Weston Ranch neighborhood of South Stockton, Stockton Police Department told KCRA 3. The 9-year-old was in the car with her family when another car pulled up next to her and opened fire, it said Police. The family then rushed her to the hospital when their car stopped due to a shootout near Interstate 5 and a French camp, authorities said. Then her mother called the police. It is unclear how he is doing, but the police said he was supposed to survive. Authorities said there were no other reports of injuries. Investigators are still working on obtaining a description of the suspect or suspects. Police said they were trying to obtain a video of the area where the shooting took place to obtain more information on the person or persons responsible. KCRA 3 spoke to residents of the area where the shooting took place on Saturday afternoon. They said they are fed up with the violence in Stockton – especially when it concerns children. Alan Hernandez was at his granddaughter’s baptism in the neighborhood when shots rang out in the street. “It’s getting crazy in here,” said Hernandez. “I do not understand why. There is a war there. They need to relax, put the gun down. Hernandez’s 12-year-old stepdaughter Alexandria Martin also said the pointless shootings had to stop. ‘These kids are innocent,’ said Martin. go through this, nor their families. Because they are innocent nine-year-olds. ” Neighbor Herman Scott told KCRA 3 that he was concerned about his eight grandchildren who live in Stockton. “They can walk while these people shoot these kids. The spheres have no name. And you know, I’m afraid for them, said Scott. Saturday’s shooting took place a week after a similar shooting in Stockton in which three people were hospitalized, including a 9-year-old. Two people were arrested in connection with this shooting. Stockton police told KCRA 3 that their officers were working around the clock to counter an increase in violent crime and added that they were organizing more patrols in the affected areas. Of course we want people to feel safe in their neighborhoods, said Stockton Police spokesman Joe Silva. Silva added that the police can only do so much, so the department is asking the community for help. “Good things when we work together,” said Silva. Anyone with information about the Saturday shooting is encouraged to call the Stockton Police Department on 209-937-8377 or Stockton Crime Stoppers on 209-946-0600. .

Authorities said the 9-year-old girl was hospitalized after a car shooting in Stockton.

This happened around 4:15 pm on block 2200 Van Gogh Lane in the Weston Ranch neighborhood of south Stockton, the Stockton Police Department said to KCRA 3.

The 9-year-old was in the car with her family when another car pulled up next to her and opened fire, police said. The family then rushed her to the hospital when their car stopped due to a shootout near Interstate 5 and a French camp, authorities said. Then her mother called the police for help.

It is unclear how he is doing, but police said he was expected to survive. Authorities said there were no other reports of injuries.

Investigators are still working on obtaining a description of the suspect or suspects. Police said they were trying to obtain a video of the neighborhood where the shooting took place to get more information on the person or persons responsible.

KCRA 3 spoke to residents of the area where the shooting took place on Saturday afternoon. They said they are fed up with the violence in Stockton – especially when it concerns children. Alan Hernandez was at his granddaughter’s baptism in the neighborhood when shots rang out in the street.

“It’s getting crazy in here,” said Hernandez. “I do not understand why. There is a war there. They need to relax, put their weapons down. “

Hernandez’s 12-year-old stepdaughter Alexandria Martin also said the pointless shootings had to stop.

‘These kids are innocent,’ said Martin. “They shouldn’t go through this, and neither should their families. Because they are innocent 9-year-old children. “

Neighbor Herman Scott told KCRA 3 that he was concerned about his eight grandchildren who live in Stockton.

“They can walk when these people shoot these kids. The spheres have no name. And you know, I’m scared of them, ”said Scott.

The shooting on Saturday took place one week after a similar car shooting in Stockton in which three people, including a 9-year-old, were hospitalized. Two people were arrested in connection with the shooting.

Stockton Police told KCRA 3 that its officers were working around the clock to counter an increase in violent crime and added they were doing more patrols in the affected areas.

“When these incidents happen, they will get special attention. Of course we want people to feel safe in their neighborhoods, said Stockton Police spokesman Joe Silva.

Silva added that the police can only do so much, so the department is asking the community for help.

“When we work together, good things happen,” said Silva.

Anyone with information about Saturday’s shooting should contact the Stockton Police Department on 209-937-8377 or Stockton Crime Stoppers on 209-946-0600.

It is a developing story, stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

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