Services will begin at noon at the Big Valley Grace Community Church, 4040 Tully Road, for Deputy Robert Paris, according to a press release from the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office.
A procession after the services will go from the church to Lakewood Memorial Park, 900 Santa Fe Ave., in Hughson, where there will be a graveside service, the release states.
Paris, 53, along with a civilian, were fatally shot Thursday, April 12, while trying to serve eviction papers at an apartment at 2141 Chrysler Drive, in Modesto.
A man inside the apartment allegedly fired shots through the front door as the men tried to gain entry with a drill, according to police.
The second victim was identified on Friday, April 13, as Glendon Engert, 37, of Modesto.
A suspect had not been identified by police as of Tuesday, April 17.
According to Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson, a body believed to be the shooter's was found in the charred rubble of the apartment Friday, April 13, following an overnight standoff with police and fire that started a couple hours before midnight, the Modesto Bee reported.
Paris was a 16-year veteran with the department.
"This is a tragic day for law enforcement and public safety," Christianson said Thursday at the scene, according to the Bee. "Deputy Paris paid the ultimate price, sacrificing his life, while protecting and serving the citizens of Stanislaus County. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bob's family, the community, our sheriff's family and all the law enforcement personnel from every jurisdiction in the Central Valley who come to our aid today."
More than 100 police from about 15 valley-based agencies, the FBI and ATF and at least four S.W.A.T. teams on Thursday surrounded the apartment building, where the alleged shooter was thought to be inside.
The standoff dragged on into Thursday night, and before midnight, the structure caught fire -- possibly caused by tear gas canisters that police were shooting into the building.
The structure sustained heavy damage, and authorities on Friday located the body in the rubble that afternoon, the Modesto Bee reported.
Investigators wouldn't say if the badly burned body is that of the alleged shooter, and aren't speculating on the gender of the body, the Bee reported. It could take months to make a positive identification, according to reports.
Several independent sources have said that Paris was born in Tracy and graduated from Tracy High in 1977. The sources believed that Paris was also a paramedic at Sutter Tracy Community Hospital before becoming a deputy in Stanislaus County.
Katie Kidder, marketing and communications manager for Sutter Tracy, couldn't confirm or deny that Paris was a one-time employee because the hospital doesn't release information about potential employees.
Bejaran couldn't confirm that Paris was born in Tracy.
Paris is survived by his parents, Robert Sr. and Jane, sister Krista, brother Eric, and two adult children, a son and daughter, according to a source.
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