Man Breaks into Stockton Fire Station

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STOCKTON -- An intruder broke into the Stockton Fire station on West Sonora Street through a window early Monday morning, trying to get away with some electronics and firefighting gear, according to Stockton Police and the Fire Department.

He was confronted by a station employee and ran away after making threatening statements toward that employee, authorities said.

Firefighters chased the suspect. Police joined in the chase shortly afterward and arrested him.

He has been identified as 23-year-old Jamal Davis, a homeless man.

The department's equipment was recovered.

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