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Aerial fireworks leads to arrest, 346 pounds of illegal explosives confiscated

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Assaults took different forms with some of the people on the current list of the Sacramento region's most-wanted fugitives. The robbery was more of a straight-forward affair for the week of June 19-24, 2017.

Stockton Police’s Fireworks Task Force had a busy night Tuesday, handling 33 calls for service, seizing a total of 346 pounds of illegal fireworks, making 13 misdemeanor arrests-citations.

Included in the crackdown was a felony arrest, according to the Police Department. At 11:16 p.m., officers observed aerial fireworks and headed to Monroe and Worth streets. They found Humberto Paniagua attempting to light other illegal fireworks.

Paniagua, 30, was arrested on suspicion of possession of illegal fireworks and 259 pounds of illegal fireworks were recovered, police report.

An unknown man is wanted by Sacramento police for shooting a pregnant woman in the abdomen, the lone victim felled by the suspect's spray of bullets in Oak Park. He's at the top of the Sacramento region's list of most-wanted fugitives for the week

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