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Woman shot in drive-by
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A 35-year-old woman was shot in the arm in a drive-by shooting at midnight on Sunday.

The woman was shot at 2530 Morgan Road by someone who rolled by in a car. The wound, although non life-threatening, was treated at Doctors Medical Center.

Detectives are looking for any information that leads to a suspect and are urging people to call the Detectives Bureau at 538-5727.

Ceres police also worked these other cases:

• BEER RUN ENDS IN ARRESTS: CERES - Two teenagers were arrested Friday after they allegedly stole beer from the Quik Stop market at Service and Morgan roads.

At 11:24 p.m. Street Crimes Unit officers Keith Greibel and Jose Beltran were patrolling in the area when they spotted a store clerk yelling at suspects and pointing to a white Lexus LS400. The car stopped and both the passenger and driver fled on foot, leaving behind two suspects.

A 17-year-old female started walking away from officers, defying their orders to stop. She allegedly told the officers "I don't have to f-----g stop." She was promptly physically taken to the ground and arrested.

In the car officers found an 18-pack of beer which the teens stole.

Isaac Velasquez, 18, of Ceres, was arrested for public drunkenness.

• BIZARRE BEHAVIOR ENDS IN ARREST - A man who was acting strangely in front of a Hatch Road store, possibly while under the influence of drugs, was arrested Sunday morning.

Mikhael Alexander, 23, of Modesto, was reportedly yelling at people in front of Cost Less Foods, 1610 Hatch Road, at 11:46 a.m. A 911 caller said he was holding a bag containing a large knife. Officer Norbert Castro was first on scene and approached Alexander, who was still screaming at people but trying to walk away. Officer Castro asked Alexander to turn around but the suspect began twirling in circles before taking a fighting position. Castro grabbed Alexander by the arm but he pulled away. Castro then forced the man to the ground where three to four baton strikes to legs were required to get him to quit resisting arrest. A Cost Less employee assisted Officer Castro until the arrival of Officer Trinidad Viramontes who assisted placing handcuffs on an agitated Alexander.

The suspect was on probation for earlier convictions of possession of methamphetamine, possession of a knife and possession of a meth pipe. Ceres police arrested him on charges of obstructing or delaying an officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of probation.