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CrimeMan killed after being mistaken for sex offender, Modesto police say

04:55  03 september  2019
04:55  03 september  2019 Source:   kcra.com

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A man died Sunday after being “violently attacked” on Aug. 10 in Modesto, police said.

Man killed after being mistaken for sex offender, Modesto police say© Modesto Police Department -

Jace Decker, 63, was attacked in Garrison Park and never regained consciousness, according to the Modesto Police Department. Police said Decker was a local area transient, and known to frequent that park.

Decker was inside Garrison Park when he was confronted by Mathew Arguello and Ruben Rosales, police said. Arguello is in custody, but police are still searching for Rosales.

Police said Arguello and Rosales mistakenly believed Decker was a sex offender registrant, which was their motive for the attack.

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Arguello and Rosales used their “bodily force to bludgeon” Decker into a coma, and are known street gang members, police said.

Authorities warn that although the suspects did not use any weapons, Rosales should be considered dangerous due to the nature of the unprovoked attack.

The Modesto Police Department believe Rosales is being aided as a fugitive and are asking for the public’s help in locating him.

Anyone with information on the investigation or Rosales’ whereabouts is encouraged to call Detective Lawrence at 209-572-9642 or Crime Stoppers at 209-527-4636.

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