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Suspect fatally shot, police K-9 wounded in Land Park

SACRAMENTO, CA - A police pursuit and search for a suspected car culminated in Land Park Friday with the suspect shooting a police K-9 and the dog's officer/partner fatally shooting the suspect.

PHOTOS: UPDATE on K-9 Bodie's medical condition

According to reports, at least 10 shots were fired near Robertson Way and Riverside Boulevard as police chased man and a woman who were suspected of stealing a car through the Land Park area. It happened around 10:15 a.m.

Police initially spotted a reportedly stolen car at Broadway and 24th at 9:40 a.m. and a chase began. However, at one point, the driver swerved toward a number of children and an adult and police called off the chase.

PHOTOS: Partners with paws: K9 competition training

MODESTO, CA - Canine units from law enforcement agences across northern California searched for drugs as part of a K9 competition held in Modesto Friday.

PHOTOS: K9 competition training

The canines searched in and around staged police vehicles at the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office regional training center on the 3800 block of Cornucopia Way.

"It's a game to them. They've learned that if they find a certain odor -- a certain scent -- that what comes next is a toy reward and the handler and he get to play together," said Ron Cloward, who is president of the Western States Police Canine Association.

The narcotics competition was held nearly eight hours after Sacramento police dog "Bodie" was shot during a suspect chase.

PHOTOS: Sacramento County hopes to become model for gang suppression

SACRAMENTO, CA - The numbers are much bigger than you might realize: Sacramento County has more than 12,000 validated gang members in 200 different gangs.

Many crimes can be connected to gang activity. But with a new federal grant, that could change.

Close to a year ago, News10 decided to get a first-hand look at the gang problem in Sacramento County. The county's Gang Suppression Unit allowed cameras into their world -- documenting the streets.

PHOTOS: Sacramento County gang suppression officers at work

"Gang lift ain't no joke," said one teenager gang member, sitting on the curb while being questioned by detectives. "Whatever happens happens."

He's 15. He joined a gang when he was in the fifth grade.

Sacramento man convicted of child porn, sex tourism

SACRAMENTO, CA - A local man was found guilty of four counts of child pornography and one count of engaging in foreign commerce to have illicit sex with a minor in Sacramento federal court Tuesday.  

The charges were brought following a Project Safe Childhood investigation into James E. Johnston, 70.

According to court testimony, in February 2006, Johnston used his credit card to purchase a 20-day subscription to a website with images and videos of child pornography. The site stated its content was illegal.

A warranted search of Johnson residence uncovered approximately 300 videos downloaded from the site that depicting children, including babies and toddlers, being molested.

Sacramento pizza delivery guy robbed at gunpoint

SACRAMENTO - A pizza delivery man was robbed while making a delivery in the 500 block of Leeward Way in Sacramento's Pocket area on Thursday.

Sacramento police reports indicated two individuals approached the delivery man around 4:30 p.m., robbed him at gunpoint, then fled before police arrived.

One of the robbers was described as a black man in his 20s. He was listed at 6' tall, 160 pounds, with long hair and wearing a ball cap.

The other culprit was described as a white man in his 20s, 5'5" tall, weighing about 200 pounds. He was also wearing a hat during the robbery.

Anyone with information on the incident was asked to contact the Sacramento Police Dept.