CERES -- Police arrested a man and are looking for a woman they believe is his girlfriend. The pair are suspected of having rammed their cars into his wife's car, which contained the couple's two young children.
The victim arrived at her home in the 1500 block of Belmont Avenue about 10 p.m. Sunday and found her husband in his car with another woman, said Ceres police Sgt. Jose Berber.
The wife confronted her husband and the woman, and an argument ensued. The wife got her children, ages 3 and 5, and attempted to leave the home, Berber said.
Before she could leave, her husband, Refugio Diaz, 30, of Ceres, reportedly rammed his car into the side of hers. Then the woman got into her blue Acura and rammed the victim's car with the two children inside, Berber said.
The woman, known to police as "Maria," got away, but the victim's husband was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, domestic violence, child endangerment and false imprisonment.
Neither the victim nor the children were hurt.
Anyone with information is asked to call officer James Riley at (209) 538-5700, ext. 5229, or anonymously report tips to the Stanislaus Area Crime Stoppers at 1-866-60-CRIME or text Tips to "274637" with TIP704 in the text message or go to www.modestopolice.com/crimestoppers.