The stabbed suspect, accused of killing Stockton’s mother, surrenders after hours of stalemate

A suspect accused of killing his girlfriend Brandi Hornsby and injuring her mother in Stockton earlier this week surrendered after an hour-long stalemate in the Bay Area on Saturday, according to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office. D’Angelo Webb, 24, was located at Block 40 on Ambrose Way in Bay Point. “Because Mr. Webb saw us, he decided to run out of the house or try to run out of the house, then ran back into the house and locked himself in there. We decided to surround the house and then withdraw, ”said Sandra Mendez of the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office. She said they called a SWAT team shortly after and negotiations began late Saturday afternoon that he told MPs he was armed but he never showed any sign that he was in possession of a gun. “So they just kept talking to him and trying to convince them to come out peacefully. He held back a few hours but then changed his mind and came out peacefully, ”said Mendez. Pepperoni pizza was part of the negotiations, officials confirmed. Webb also asked for alcohol, but it was not provided. Webb will appear in court on October 13, according to San Joaquin County inmates’ files VIDEO BELOW | Official San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office Details of Events During the Standoff On October 4, the sheriff’s office said MPs were responding to reports of a knife stab in a Stockton house. There MPs found Hornsby, 24, dead in the residence. The sheriff’s office said Hornsby and Webb were together with a 6 week old daughter. Webb also attacked Hornsby’s mother and she was taken to a nearby hospital where her condition is now stable, officials said. Officials said Webb fled with his daughter when the sheriff’s office was called. An Amber Alert was issued and deactivated a short time later when the child was found. “He discovered that someone had seen him injure the child’s grandmother. And that’s why he fled with the baby, ”said Mendez. The sheriff’s office said Webb dropped her off with a family and she was not injured. Mendez said the child was taken into protective custody, but it is unclear whether they were released to his family or relatives. Hornsby’s family released a statement Saturday saying, “Loved ones are grateful for their prayers answered. And the hard work of law enforcement. Thank you everyone who contributed to the prayer for his capture and the safety of the family. ”The sheriff’s office commended the community for calling detectives on social media and giving them plenty of tips that helped investigators find Webb respectively. “Great relief”, called Mendez. “Personally, I feel a lot of relief. I think our community was in danger so I’m really glad he was brought here.”

A suspect accused of killing his girlfriend Brandi Hornsby and injuring her mother in Stockton earlier this week surrendered after an hour-long stalemate in the Bay Area on Saturday, according to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.

D’Angelo Webb, 24, was on the 40th block of Ambrose Way in Bay Point.

“Because Mr. Webb saw us, he chose to run out of the house or try to run out of the house and then ran back into the house and locked himself in there. We decided to surround the house and then withdraw, ”said Sandra Mendez of the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.

She said they called a SWAT team shortly afterwards and negotiations began.

Mendez told KCRA 3 outside the San Joaquin County Jail where Webb was arrested late Saturday afternoon that he told MPs that he was armed but that he had never shown evidence of gun possession.

“So they just kept talking to him and trying to convince them to come out peacefully. He held back a few hours but then changed his mind and came out peacefully, ”said Mendez.

Pepperoni pizza was involved in the negotiations, officials confirmed. Webb also asked for alcohol, but it was not made available.

Webb will appear in court on October 13, according to San Joaquin County detainees’ files.

| VIDEO BELOW | Official details from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office of what happened during the standoff

On October 4, the sheriff’s office announced that MPs were responding to reports of a knife stab in a Stockton home. There the MPs found the 24-year-old Hornsby dead in the residence.

The sheriff’s office said Hornsby and Webb were together with a 6 week old daughter.

Webb also attacked Hornsby’s mother and she was taken to a nearby hospital where her condition is now stable, officials said.

Officials said Webb escaped with his daughter when the sheriff’s office was called. An Amber Alert was issued and deactivated a short time later when the child was found.

“He discovered that someone had seen him hurt the child’s grandmother. And that’s why he fled with the baby, ”said Mendez.

The sheriff’s office said Webb dropped her off with a family and she was not injured. Mendez said the child was taken into protective custody, but it is unclear whether they were released to family or relatives.

Hornsby’s family released a statement on Saturday that read:

“The loved ones are grateful for their prayers that have been answered. And the hard work of law enforcement agencies. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the prayer for his capture and for the safety of the family. “

The sheriff’s office attributed numerous tips to the community that detectives called and notified on social media that helped lead investigators to Webb.

“Great relief,” said Mendez. “Personally, I feel a lot of relief. I think our community was in danger so I’m really glad he was brought here.”

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