Alert Neighbor Assists Oakley Police in Catching Pair of Burglary Suspects


The Oakley Police Department announced on Sunday the arrest of two auto burglary suspects in the early morning hours.

According to police, Shannon Hanlin, 37, and Joseph Raymundo-Wilcox, both of Antioch were arrested on a variety of charges including burglary and theft.  Their vehicle was also impounded by officers.

Photo provided by Oakley Police

Police say, around 2:30 AM in the Domain Way neighborhood, an alert neighbor noticed a vehicle driving slowly through the neighborhood. The vehicle was driving down the center of the street while an individual walked from each of the parked cars on the street, checking to see if they were locked. The neighbor described the individual who was on foot as having a flashlight and wearing dark clothing.

Oakley police responded as the neighbor reported the subject was now inside another vehicle pulling a variety of tools out of the car. When officers arrived at the neighborhood, they located the suspect with a gas-powered leaf blower on the roof of the car.

Officers are asking that neighbors within the area of Domain Way and Chandon Way to check their vehicles to see if they are missing any property. If you are missing property, please notify our investigators through our OPD Tip Line at [email protected] .
Neighbors with exterior facing security cameras are also asked to check their systems for the time between 1:30 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. for images of the suspects and their vehicle.
Information provided by Oakley Police



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