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Antioch: 23-Year-Old Woman Shot in the Neck While Sleeping(16)

July 31, 2014

At 4:01 am Thursday, the Antioch Police Department received 9-1-1 calls for reported gunshots in the area of W. 5th Street.  A short time later Dispatch received calls from family members in the 1100 block of W 5th Street advising their 23 year old daughter had been shot. Officers arrived on scene to find the… Read More ›


Saturday: Antioch Police to Host Neighborhood Cleanup

The Antioch Police Department is excited to announce the 54th installment of the Neighborhood Cleanup Program will occur on Saturday, August 2nd from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the neighborhoods surrounding Marsh Elementary School. Volunteers should report to the parking lot of Marsh Elementary located at 2304 G Street. This is a collaborative community… Read More ›

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Suspect Trying to Evade Antioch Police Gets Stuck Under Pool House

On July 29 at approximately 4:46 am, an Antioch Police Officer saw a subject driving a stolen car in the area of Marie Avenue and Crest Street. Officers attempted an enforcement stop on the car and the driver. The subject, identified as James Marglin, 44 of Antioch, failed to comply and he led the officers… Read More ›

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Antioch Police Identify Man Shot in Officer Involved Shooting

Police identified Timothy Sean Randolph, 34 of Antioch, as the man shot by an Antioch Police Monday morning after resisting being detained on Folsom Drive. According to police, Randolph has an extensive criminal history. Here is the information release by Lieutenant Morefield last night shortly before 9:00 pm. At approximately 8:34 AM on 7/28/14, Antioch… Read More ›


City of Antioch Releases Statement on Passing of Gary Agopian

ANTIOCH, Calif. – It is with heavy hearts that the City of Antioch shares the sad news that Council Member Gary Agopian has passed away. After serving on the Antioch Unified School District Board, Gary Agopian was elected to the City Council in November 2010. During his tenure as a City Council Member, Gary served… Read More ›

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Antioch: Man Wounded Several Times in Officer Involved Shooting

A man who resisted being detained was shot by Antioch Police Monday morning after a rifle had been found in the street on Folsom Drive. Police officers responded to the 4100 block of Folsom Drive at 8:34 am where police shot a man several times after the subject ran from police and entered an open… Read More ›


Antioch City Councilman Gary Agopian Passes Away Monday Morning

The family of Antioch City Councilman Gary Agopian announced Monday morning that the councilman has passed away after a hard fought battle with brain cancer. Good Morning ~ Everyday the Lord provides us with the grace that we need. Today He will provide us with extra special grace because at 1:00 am the morning, Gary… Read More ›

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Antioch: Coast Guard Medically Evacuates Injured Boaters

ALAMEDA, Calif. — Coast Guard and local agency personnel medically evacuated three injured persons from a grounded recreational boat east of the Antioch Bridge in Antioch, Calif., Sunday. At approximately 11:12 a.m., Coast Guard Station Rio Vista watchstanders received a call from a person aboard a grounded 40-foot recreational boat, requesting assistance for one passenger who… Read More ›


Armed Security Firms Tip Leads to Drug Bust at Sycamore Square

Shortly after 1:30 pm Sunday, a tip from a private armed security firm led Antioch Police to a drug dealer in the Sycamore Square parking lot. The patrol officer noticed a subject who they had previously admonished in the past for trespassing on the property standing in the parking lot meeting with multiple individuals.  Typically,… Read More ›


Antioch Residents March Against Violence and Drugs

Antioch residents fed up with crime and violence gathered at City Park Saturday, July 26  to March Against Violence and Drugs. The March began shortly after 9:00 am where a group of an estimated 60 people started at City Park (A & 10th) and marched 1.5 miles to Victory Outreaches Church Campus down 10th Street…. Read More ›