Man shoots at 3 women who refuse sex with him and friends, police say
A man fired at least a half-dozen rounds at three women in Stockton after they refused to have sex with him and his friends, police said.
The women, who were not hurt during the incident, appeared to have known the alleged gunman in Saturday’s shooting.
Stockton police said Tuesday they were still looking for the gunman, whom they identified as 21-year-old Keith Binder.
The women went with Binder and two other men to a home in the 1100 block of Rosemarie Lane, where he and his friends asked the women for sex, according to police.
When the women refused, the alleged gunman opened fired, police said.
Authorities identified the other men as “Little D” and “Little Eggy.”
The men were last seen fleeing the scene in a late-1990s green Pontiac Grand Prix and a late-1990s gold Toyota Camry.
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