San Joaquin County
District Attorney's Office
OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY 222 E. Weber Ave., Room 202, Stockton, CA
P. O. Box 990, Stockton, CA 95201
T (209) 468-2400 | F (209) 465-0371
TORI VERBER SALAZAR District Attorney Scott A. Fichtner Assistant District Attorney Kristine M. Reed Assistant District Attorney James Bojko Chief Investigator
News from the Office of District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar
For Immediate Release
November 16, 2017
CONTACT: Robert Himelblau, Supervising Deputy District Attorney
T: (209) 468-2400 | E:

People v. Kenneth S. Grubb

STOCKTON, CA - On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, the District Attorney's Office charged Grubb, 29, with violations of Vehicle Code Section 23152(a), driving under the influence, and Section 23152(b), driving with a blood alcohol level of .08% or higher. There is an ongoing investigation to determine whether there is any link between Grubb's driving and the death of a person in Stockton, CA. The District Attorney's Office has also been in contact with the family of the victim and is providing Victim-Witness services.

In accordance with lawful procedures, the District Attorney's Office reviewed the police report and determined which charges to file based on the evidence currently available. The investigation is ongoing, and the District Attorney will amend the charges based upon the evidence provided.

At Wednesday's arraignment, Grubb was released on his own recognizance, consistent with other DUI cases, under standard conditions including alcohol monitoring services. A hearing is scheduled for December 13, 2017, at 10:00am in San Joaquin County Superior Court, Department 5C.

The District Attorney's Victim-Witness Program provides a variety of services for crime victims and witnesses to make their experience with the criminal justice system less traumatic and easier to understand. Our mission is to provide comprehensive and coordinated services to all victims of violent crimes with fairness, dignity, and respect; and to empower victims in their recovery from the effects of crime through crisis intervention and related support services. To speak with a victim witness advocate, please call (209) 468-2500.