Saturday, 15 June 2024

Officials still searching for Vacaville man

CLEAR LAKE – On Monday sheriff's deputies and Search and Rescue teams continued to look for a missing Vacaville man who reportedly fell into the lake and disappeared Saturday evening.


John Stockton fell from the back of his boat near Buckingham Point and didn't resurface, according to a report from Lake County Sheriff's Office Lt. Gary Basor.


Rescue efforts launched Saturday evening, Basor reported Sunday.


Basor, who is supervising the rescue operations, was back on the water Monday to continue the search, according to Lt. Cecil Brown.


However, no further information was forthcoming from the sheriff's office by the end of the day Monday about the status of the search.


A co-worker of Stockton's longtime girlfriend at First Priority Financial in Fairfield said Stockton, the father of two daughters, was accompanied by his girlfriend on this recent trip to Clear Lake.


The sheriff's office has been assisted in the search by REACH, and dive teams and search dogs from agencies in Alameda, Sonoma and Sacramento County, and the California Rescue Dog Association.


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