BREAKING NEWS: Homicide suspect sought
by TP staff
Aug 20, 2010 | 13480 views | 14 14 comments | 42 42 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Stockton man is wanted in connection with the killing of Tracy man Lou David Lynch late Monday night, Tracy police announced today.

Tracy police believe 33-year-old George Raybon is connected to the homicide and warned that Raybon is “considered armed and dangerous.”

Lynch was shot multiple times Monday night outside a home on Monroe Street in southwestern Tracy. He was transported to Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Police urge anyone who knows Raybon’s location to call 9-1-1.

Tracy woman Fauzia Nabeela Fields, 26, was arrested Tuesday by Tracy police in connection with the shooting and faces charges of first-degree murder and second-degree robbery, armed with a firearm during a felony, as well as special circumstances of lying in wait and robbery. Fields remains in San Joaquin County Jail without bail.

Police have confirmed that the house on Monroe Street was the site of an apparent pot growing operation and 50 already-harvested plants were found during the after-shooting search. According to initial reports in the police department log, a woman and two men in a silver Chevy Tahoe were present at the scene of the shooting.

Police are asking anyone who has any information regarding the fatal shooting to contact Tracy police Detective Edward Campbell at 831-6658 or Tracy Crime Stoppers at 831-6847. Tracy Crime Stoppers are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of Raybon.

• Contact a Tracy Press reporter or editor at 835-3030 or tpnews@tracypress.com.

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MindUrBusiness
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August 31, 2010
some people just should shut their mouths.. stop judging and talkin crap.just keep your comments to yourself.
Flash_0023
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August 31, 2010
DavesFriend i feel the exact way you do. they should get the book thrown at them. Lou was one of my best freinds i just found out he passed away on Monday. i've been trying to contact him for the past week with no success, and he normaly get back to me and to find out the reason why is cause he's gone hit me hard. i still dont truely wanna believe it. I've been following the news and i talked with his daughter so if you hear something keep me posted.
davesfriend
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August 29, 2010
My prayers continue to be with the victims family. Stay strong and know, soon this murderer will be caught and prosecuted for what he's done to your family. The grieving process will come in waves and I encourage you to surround yourself with people who will help lift you up, rather than tear you down.

Best believe, I will be following the trials to come and will never forget my friend who was taken all too soon.

Lvn2Win, I don't know you personally but I believe you've been given incredible strength and necessary skills to get through this very difficult situation. The reason I believe this is because the Lord promises never to give us more then we can handle. He promises to hold us through every storm and to provide when we're in need. I pray for peace, forgiveness, and resilience for the entire family.
Wobbley
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August 25, 2010
Growing dope should be safer once it's legal (like that's gonna happen).
Tinfoil
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August 22, 2010
Notice the POC's neck size. Same width as his head. Looks like a grapefruit on a stump.
tomturkey
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August 21, 2010
I can go with that. POC now has a face with pointy dr. spoc ears. The SYB was meant on a loosers type of slant, handicapped humans are much more talented than this wasted matress stain shown above.
shelly13
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August 21, 2010
Well Tom, I actually think that is a put down to the mentally and/or physically challenged that ride SYB.

Maybe we can paint their bus a different color with a logo on the side. Lets paint it brown and call them simply POC (pieces of crap)
Kali
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August 21, 2010
cody01- who is leeza ward?
lv2win_1
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August 21, 2010
I am really amazed how the news can continue to print inaccurate information and how people continue to comment like they know the all of the circumstances. First “a peaceful weed grower” which is not true nor was the house that the victim’s house. The victim was a homemaker who took care of his three kids. Why don’t people stop wasting their time trying to be a detective and let his family mourn? His three kids, who have to live their life without their father, let the family grieve without all of the unnecessary comments, My thoughts are with the victim and his family, may they find peace.

cody01
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August 21, 2010
So, A peaceful weed grower gets shot by gangbangers.

Usually the other way around.

BTW- Leeza Ward and the rest of them went to court yesterday.

Where's the news on that?

Wait till those chics do a herzog, turn states witness on each other and everybody else.

Sweating bullets.

I smell cover up. Scandal and corruption.
ChrisRoberts
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August 20, 2010
Ghetto.
tomturkey
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August 20, 2010
freaks.
ameghoo
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August 20, 2010
Here is a prime example, stockton and, urban bay area mentality. Once again smelling up our peace and security that we once knew.
Tinfoil
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August 20, 2010
Geez,what a piece of crap. Notice the pointy-ended devil ears. For sure he mated with Neanderthal woman.


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