April 10-17: Antioch Police Calls

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With the Antioch City Manager Report tweaking its format, police briefs are no longer being provided to the public.  Instead, information will be coming from CrimeReports.com.

According to the April 10-17 Calls For Service Report, the police department had a total of 1,513 calls. For those calls, click here.

Here is a look at incidents according to Crime Reports.

 

Assaults (16)

  • April 10 – 1900 block Auto Center & Century Blvd (PC243)
  • April 10 – 3200 block Ashley Way & Mountaire (PC243)
  • April 11 – Killdeer & Warbler (PC 243)
  • April 11 – 1 Block S Lake Dr & Alhambra Ct (PC243)
  • April 11 – 2900 block Rio Grande Dr & Rio Grande Ct (PC243)
  • April 11 – 3700 block Sunset Lane & Lone Tree (PC243)
  • April 12 – 2400 block Redwood Dr & Oak St (Threats)
  • April 13 – San Jose Dr & Delta fair (PC 243)
  • April 13 – 2100 block Field St & Silva St (PC 243)
  • April 13 – 500 block K St & W 6th (PC243)
  • April 14 – 1100 block W 5th & M St (PC243)
  • April 14 – 3000 block Cherry St & Sequoia (PC243)
  • April 15 – 3500 block Countryside Way & Metcalf (PC 243)
  • April 15 – 2400 block A St & Bryan Ave (PC243)
  • April 16 – 100 block Russell Dr & Lawrence (PC243)
  • April 16 – 500 block Gary Ave & Cavallo (PC243)

 

Assault with Deadly Weapon (7)

  • April 10 – 300 Block L St & W 3rd (PC245)
  • April 11 – 5200 block Woodside Ct & Waterford Way (PC245)
  • April 13 – 2900 block Delta Fair & San Jose (PC245)
  • April 15 – 1600 block A St & W 16th (PC245)
  • April 15 – 5200 block Sungove Way & Greengove Ct. (PC245)
  • April 16 – 2200 block Wilbur & Viera (PC245)
  • April 16 – 2300 block Lemontree Way & Lemontree Ct. (PC245)

 

Auto Burglary

  • April 11 – 2500 block Somersville & Delta Fair

 

Business –  Burglary (4)

  • April 12 – 3200 block Lone Tree Way & Robert St
  • April 13 – 2400 block Mahogany Way & Auto Center
  • April 13 – 1500 block D St & W. 17th
  • April 15 – 700 block W 18th St & L St.

 

Burglary – Other (1)

  • April 13 – 800 block James Donlon & Blyth Dr

 

Burglary – Residential (8)

  • April 10 – 5100 block Domengine Way & Watkings Way
  • April 12 – 500 block Greystone Dr & Rockford Dr.
  • April 12 – 4700 block Wexler Peak & Golf Course
  • April 13 – 2200 block Sycamore Dr & Dogwood
  • April 13 – 3000 block Enea Way & Harrogate Way
  • April 13 – 4400 block Hidden Glen Dr & Hillcrest Ave
  • April 13 – 200 block William Reed Dr & John Gildi Ave.
  • April 15 – 1100 block Stonecrest Dr & Cresthaven Ct.

 

Drugs – Narcotic Violations (3)

  • April 10 – 4100 block Lone Tree Way & Mokelumne Dr
  • April 12 – Rossi Ave & D St.
  • April 14 – 3300 block Deer Valley & Hillcrest Ave.

 

Other – Sexual Offense (1)

  • April 13 – 3200 block Madrone St & Redwood

 

Vandalism (6)

  • April 10 – 1200 block A St & E 13th
  • April 10 – Viera Ave & Oakley Rd
  • April 12 – 200 block W. 20th & D St.
  • April 12 – 3700 block Sunset Lane & Lone Tree Way
  • April 13 – 2900 block Delta Fair & San Jose Dr.
  • April 13 – 1600 block A St & W 16th

 

Robbery

  • April 13 – 1100 block E 18th & Hillcrest

 

Theft – Grand

  • April 11 – 2500 block Somersville & Buchanan
  • April 12 – 900 block W 10th & Diamond St.
  • April 14 – 4900 block Lone Tree Way & Hillcrest Ave

 

Theft – Petty

  • April 10 – 2500 block Somersville & Bradley Lane
  • April 10 – 2300 block Buchanan & Delta Fair Blvd.
  • April 12 – 2500 block Somersville & Bradley
  • April 12 – 1 Block E 16th & Kimball Ct.
  • April 12 – 1 block Sunset & Diablo Ave.
  • April 13 – 3400 block Deer Valley Rd & Davison
  • April 13 – 5000 block Lone Tree Way & Hillcrest Ave.
  • April 13 – 3100 block Buchanan & Somersville
  • April 13 – 3400 block Deer Valley & Davison Dr
  • April 14 – 300 block E 18th & Marie
  • April 16 – 4800 block Lone Tree Way & Indian Hill Dr.
  • April 16 – 4800 block Lone Tree Way & Golf Course

 

Vehicle Theft

  • April 10 – 1200 block Oak Haven Way & Mesa Ridge
  • April 10 – 1700 block Sanger Peak Way & Mammoth Way
  • April 10 – 3700 block Pintail Dr & Swallow Way
  • April 12 – 1100 block James Donlon & Nightingale Dr.
  • April 12 – 1500 block Melissa Cir & Mellissa Ct.
  • April 13 – 1100 block W 6th St & M St.
  • April 14 – 500 block LeMay Ct & Doolittle Way
  • April 14 – 300 block L St & W 3rd
  • April 15 – 400 block W 10th & F St.
  • April 15 – 4500 block Temblor Way & Mirror Ct.
  • April 15 – 3900 block Delta Fair Blvd & Fairview Dr.
  • April 15 – 1100 block James Donlon & Nightingale Dr.
  • April 16 – 1100 block Cadiff Ct & Harbour Dr.
  • April 16 – 2800 block Winding Lane & San Gregorio Dr.

 

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11 COMMENTS

    • Just like the scanners being taken away, it actually makes the site more valuable and too will increase our traffic.

  1. Whatever idiot at City Hall decided this should be fired. Keeping information from the public will backfire because now it looks like the mayor, the city council and police department is hiding information. Until transparency is increased, I am a no vote when they want to discuss Measure C again.

  2. As a stalking victim, I would track crime around me to monitor my situation. When he comes around with his gang there’s an increase in calls for a mile radius. As a concerned citizen it makes it frustrating. For those of you who do not use the Next-door App, Suggest you join. We can at least report what we are seeing or hearing, communicate with others in our community, and is best bet to keep up as criminals benefited from it one time and government have now found some thing else to take from us to “protect”.us.

  3. We don’t live in Antioch, but police scanners and police briefs shouldn’t be available to the public anywhere. Law enforcement needs to keep things “close to the vest.” If you don’t understand this, you’re downright ignorant. There’s a big difference between “hiding information” and keeping things close to the vest. If you release too much info – it hinders the investigation.

    Police reports should be available to the public. That’s all you need to know.

    For those who think scanners need to be public “because I live in a high crime area – I need to know.” Move to a lower crime area. Nice things aren’t cheap, and cheap things aren’t nice.

    If that’s offensive to anyone… the truth hurts.

  4. Without that added comic relief it makes this site pretty much useless.

    Might as well go straight to crimereports.com

  5. The city doesn’t want anyone to know how fast these p o s get out and back on the street to do it again. The city council and any mayor are pretty much useless. We citizens need to start taking care of our own business.

  6. Hiding the details is the poorest method of reducing crime in Antioch. I feel less safe.

  7. I used to read the Antioch reports posted here (and in the City Manager’s report) because it gave clarifying information and details I needed to keep myself safe. Now all I get is a statistical listing of crime. This is more than enough to scare any resident in Antioch. I hope the new City Manager (or his team) could find a way to better convey the crime statistics. Are the crimes done by transients, juveniles, non-residents, etc. and are the perpetrators being caught? Are these repeat offenders? This information is useful.

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