STOCKTON -- Sean and Kariann Riley tearfully pleaded with the public Thursday morning for answers in their son Calvin's homicide. The Rileys say their son was well loved, talented baseball player for Delta College of San Joaquin, and missed every second of every day. The couple says Calvin's death has torn their family apart. "You have no idea what you stole, what you took from this world," Kariann Riley said, delivering her message to her son's killer.
STOCKTON (KTXL) — Sean and Kariann Riley tearfully pleaded with the public Thursday morning for answers in their son Calvin’s homicide. The Rileys say their son was well loved, talented baseball player for Delta College of San Joaquin, and missed every second of every day. The couple says Calvin’s death has torn their family apart. “You have no idea what you stole, what you took from this world,” Kariann Riley said, delivering her message to her son’s killer.
TURLOCK -- Families in Turlock will be paying more for their water. The city passed a proposal that will at least double rates in the next five years. Eddie Dixon does his part to conserve water. At his business, Sew Creative, water comes from a cooler and the faucets remain off. But Dixon now feels his efforts are fruitless. "Disappointment. Disappointment at the city, disappointment at the citizens not filling out their protest forms and sending them in," Dixon said.
"I miss his passion for life just his selfless personality." Family delivers tearful plea for answers in their son's death. Calvin Riley was playing pokemon go in SF last year when he was shot in the back. Riley was also a talented Delta College baseball player in Stockton. https://t.co/egn0fYIRh4
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