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'Donut King' Sideshow Car Race Broken-up by Stockton Police, 22 Suspects Arrested, 10 Cars Impounded

Mikaelia Jimenez, alleged coordinator of the 'donute" sidewhow. 
Based on a tip they recieved,  A San Joaquin County Law Enforcement taks force led by the Stockton Police broke-up a so-called sideshow car street car race.

The taskforce received information the sideshow would be held on Saturday March 3, 2018 and was nick named the “Donut King." The sideshow participants met at a parking lot in the 17200 block of S. Manthey Road in Lathrop and then drove to Stockton where they took over intersections near MLK Blvd & Hunter Street, Main Street & Golden Gate Ave, and Pixie Drive & Kingsley Ave.

At the MLK Blvd & Hunter Street location, a participant was struck by a vehicle. He was picked up and moved to a vehicle where his friends transported him to a hospital for treatment of what appears to be non-life-threatening injuries.

As the participants moved to the Louis Park area, Taskforce Officers responded and took major enforcement action in the area of Monte Diablo Ave & Ryde Ave which resulted in the following:
Police processed 100 vehicles, issued 47 citations, conducted 34 traffic stops, 20 vehicle inspections, 10 vehicles were impounded, 10 vehicles were searched, four vehicles were referred to the State Referee for inspection, one shotgun was recovered, and one law enforcement vehicle was vandalized.
The following people were arrested:
Mikaelia Jimenez, 22, from Tracy, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest and conspiracy. She was also identified as the Donut King illegal sideshow coordinator.
Jeremias Sandoval, 22, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Emilio Montoya, 22, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest, driving without a license, no insurance, and no valid registration.
A 16-year-old male, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Enrique Bazan, 21, from Stockton for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Brian Odom, 32, from San Leandro, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Andrew Galindo, 22, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Daniel Romero, 19, from Redwood, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Fernando Quevedo, 19, from Sacramento, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Guadalupe Juarez, 18, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Julio Rios, 25, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Kyle Outland, 20, from Redwood, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Mario Lopez, 20, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Jesus Valdovinos, 22, from Lodi, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Salvador Ceja, 21, from Galt, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Ruben Roman-Alonso, 26, from Lodi, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Aliciea Pok, 18, from Stockton, for aiding and abetting in a speed contest.
Danny Goddard, from Stockton, 20, for evading police.
Christopher Maldonado, 21, from Stockton, for resisting arrest.
Joe Garcia, 24, from Stockton, for reckless driving and driving without a license. (no photo)
Enrique Sandoval, 20, from Stockton, for reckless driving.
Jose Melecio, 24, from Stockton, for exhibition of speed.

Officers also located a post on social media from a participate which read, “I’m Sorry But Stockton Pd Took The Trophy Home”. This is in reference to the Taskforce not allowing the participants to hit all their sideshow locations and shutting down the sideshow.
“We will not tolerate sideshow activity in our community," Stockton Police Department’s Public Information Officer Joe Silva said. This type of illegal behavior is extremely dangerous because participants have no regard for the safety of others and some are armed with firearms. The Countywide Taskforce will continue to investigate and take enforcement action at these events.”
The task force includes California Highway Patrol, San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, Manteca Police Department, Lodi Police Department, Tracy Police Department, and Escalon Police Department.



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