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Stockton Murder Suspect Surrenders After Standoff With Deputies In Bay Point

BAY POINT (CBS13) — A suspect accused of killing his girlfriend and attempting to kill her mother in Stockton surrendered after a standoff with authorities in Contra Costa County Saturday afternoon, the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office said.

D'Angelo Webb, 24, was reportedly located at a residence in Bay Point along Ambrose Way. The sheriff's office said the standoff lasted around five hours.

Webb will be transferred to the San Joaquin County Jail on charges of murder and attempted murder.

Monica Avina was finally able to breathe a sigh of relief. Webb is accused of killing her cousin, 24-year-old Brandi Hornsby. San Joaquin County Sheriff's investigators found Brandi's body in the home she shared with Webb and their six-week-old baby.

Brandi's mother had gone to the home looking for her daughter when, investigators say, Webb stabbed her in the neck. She's expected to survive. 

"She had to go into emergency surgery and just the thought of almost losing her...he almost killed her and she's so grateful to be alive," Avina said.

Contra Costa County Sheriff's investigators found Webb at a residence in Bay Point.

The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office went on social media, calling the five-hour standoff arduous and thanking the community for staying vigilant.

Avina echoed those sentiments after several nerve-racking days with the man wanted for murdering her cousin out on the streets.

"I want to say thank you to whoever reported him," she said. "This was a blessing that we found him and he's off the street and my cousin can find some closure with this."

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