These are the five victims of Stockton serial homicides

Five people were killed in a string of recent homicides in Stockton this summer that the police chief confirmed on Friday are interconnected. As the Stockton Police Department searches for the person or people responsible for the serial killings, KCRA 3 is learning more about the five lives lost. Family has identified three of the five victims.35-year-old Paul Alexander Yaw43-year-old Salvador William Dubedy Jr.21-year-old Hispanic man52-year-old Hispanic man52-year-old Lorenzo LopezVideo above: Stockton police chief reviews five cases that he said appear to be connected”These incidents are occurring in the hours of darkness, these incidents are occurring where folks are alone by themselves, not in lit areas,” Stockton police chief Stanley McFadden said on Friday.| Read More | Stockton police chief says ‘stop the killing’ as they investigate serial homicides; person of interest soughtPaul Alexander Yaw, 35Paul Alexander Yaw was killed on July 8, family confirmed to KCRA 3. “This is my son Paul, he was a great man with a big heart,” mother Greta Bogrow said in a statement. “He was my son, a father, a grandson, nephew, cousin and brother and was loved by many. He has left a huge hole in our hearts and I hope they catch the person(s) responsible before this happens again.”Yaw was shot just after midnight — around 12:30 a.m. — at a park in the 5600 block of Kermit Lane, police said. He was taken to the hospital, where he died from his injuries. Bogrow said her son was unhoused at the time of his death. Salvador William Dubedy Jr., 43 Salvador William Dubedy Jr. was killed on Aug. 11, family confirmed to KCRA 3.Dubedy was a Stockton native. He was shot around 9:49 p.m. in a parking lot on the 4900 block of West Lane, police said. Officers found him with a gunshot wound and started life-saving measures. He died at the scene of the shooting.Lorenzo Lopez, 54Lorenzo Lopez was killed on Sept. 27, family confirmed to KCRA 3.He was shot just before 2 a.m. on the 900 block of Porter Avenue, police said. When officers arrived, they found the man on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.“My mother and father were just heartbroken from this,” said Jerry Lopez, brother of Lorenzo. “That’s their first baby boy. And I know they have so many memories of him.”Jerry Lopez is hopeful that the Stockton Police Department’s announcement that it’s offering reward money and looking for a person of interest in connection to his brother’s killing, and others believed to be part of that serial murder spree, will make a difference.“He was there for me. He was watching out for me. I wish I could’ve watched out for him,” Jerry Lopez said about his big brother. Learn more about Lopez here. This is a developing story as KCRA 3 learns more about those killed in Stockton. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

Five people were killed in a string of recent homicides in Stockton this summer that the police chief confirmed on Friday are interconnected.

As the Stockton Police Department searches for the person or people responsible for the serial killings, KCRA 3 is learning more about the five lives lost.

Family has identified three of the five victims.

  • 35-year-old Paul Alexander Yaw
  • 43-year-old Salvador William Dubedy Jr.
  • 21-year-old Hispanic man
  • 52-year-old Hispanic man
  • 52-year-old Lorenzo Lopez

Video above: Stockton police chief reviews five cases that he said appear to be connected

“These incidents are occurring in the hours of darkness, these incidents are occurring where folks are alone by themselves, not in lit areas,” Stockton police chief Stanley McFadden said on Friday.

| Read More | Stockton police chief says ‘stop the killing’ as they investigate serial homicides; person of interest sought

Paul Alexander Yaw, 35

Paul Alexander Yaw, 35

Greta Bogrow

Paul Alexander Yaw was the first victim of Stockton serial killings.

Paul Alexander Yaw was killed on July 8, family confirmed to KCRA 3.

“This is my son Paul, he was a great man with a big heart,” mother Greta Bogrow said in a statement. “He was my son, a father, a grandson, nephew, cousin and brother and was loved by many. He has left a huge hole in our hearts and I hope they catch the person(s) responsible before this happens again.”

Yaw was shot just after midnight — around 12:30 a.m. — at a park in the 5600 block of Kermit Lane, police said. He was taken to the hospital, where he died from his injuries.

Bogrow said her son was unhoused at the time of his death.

Salvador William Dubedy Jr., 43

Salvador William Dubedy, Jr., 43

Analydia Lopez

Second victim of serial killings in Stockton, Salvador William Dubedy, Jr., 43

Salvador William Dubedy Jr. was killed on Aug. 11, family confirmed to KCRA 3.

Dubedy was a Stockton native.

He was shot around 9:49 p.m. in a parking lot on the 4900 block of West Lane, police said. Officers found him with a gunshot wound and started life-saving measures. He died at the scene of the shooting.

Lorenzo Lopez, 54

Lorenzo Lopez

Hearst Owned

Lorenzo Lopez was the fifth victim of Stockton serial killings.

Lorenzo Lopez was killed on Sept. 27, family confirmed to KCRA 3.

He was shot just before 2 a.m. on the 900 block of Porter Avenue, police said. When officers arrived, they found the man on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

“My mother and father were just heartbroken from this,” said Jerry Lopez, brother of Lorenzo. “That’s their first baby boy. And I know they have so many memories of him.”

Jerry Lopez is hopeful that the Stockton Police Department’s announcement that it’s offering reward money and looking for a person of interest in connection to his brother’s killing, and others believed to be part of that serial murder spree, will make a difference.

“He was there for me. He was watching out for me. I wish I could’ve watched out for him,” Jerry Lopez said about his big brother.

Learn more about Lopez here.

This is a developing story as KCRA 3 learns more about those killed in Stockton. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

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