Antioch

The Antioch Police are currently investigating a homicide that occurred on Hudson Court.

On March 2nd at 11:18pm an Antioch Police Officer on patrol heard a gunshot and almost immediately saw a vehicle driving away from the area of Hudson Court with no lights.

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The officer initiated a traffic stop and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The pursuit ended as the fleeing vehicle crashed into the garage of a house in the 1700 block of Mahogany Way.

Nobody was injured as a result of the accident into the house. Officers checked the area from where the gunshot was heard and discovered the body of an adult male who was pronounced dead at the scene from an apparent gunshot wound.

Three occupants from the vehicle have been detained for questioning related to the homicide.

No further information will be released at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to call Det. Colley with the Antioch Police Department at (925)779-6922. You may also text a tip to 274637 (CRIMES) using key word

Editors note: This was Antioch’s first homicide of 2015.

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OAKLAND – Alan Daniel Wilson, also known as “Al Pill,” was sentenced today to 200 months in prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, announced United States Attorney Melinda Haag and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge David J. Johnson.

Wilson pleaded guilty on October 2, 2014, to possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute in violation of Title 21, United States Code, Section 841(a)(1).  According to the plea agreement, Wilson admitted to possessing 616.4 grams of methamphetamine for sale as well as $14,969 in drug trafficking proceeds at the time of his arrest on October 23, 2013.  According to the government’s sentencing memorandum, Wilson, a member of the Co Co Boys gang, was a parolee-at-large when he was arrested by the Antioch Police Department.  Wilson was arrested following a high-speed chase through residential streets in Antioch.  Wilson qualified as a “Career Offender” under federal sentencing guidelines due to his multiple prior drug trafficking convictions.

Wilson, 39, of Antioch, was indicted by a federal grand jury on December 19, 2013, for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

The sentence was handed down by the Honorable Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, U.S. District Judge, following a guilty plea on one count in violation of Title 21, United States Code, Section 841(a)(1).  Judge Gonzalez Rogers also sentenced the defendant to a five-year period of supervised release and ordered Wilson to forfeit the $14,969 in drug trafficking proceeds in his possession at the time of his arrest as well as his Chevrolet pick-up truck.  Wilson has been in custody since his arrest in October 2013 and will begin serving the sentence immediately.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Garth Hire is prosecuting the case with the assistance of Melissa Dorton.  The prosecution is the result of an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Antioch Police Department.

Between February 16-22, the Antioch Police Department had 1,520 calls for service. The week before they had 1,539 calls for service. Due to the high number of calls, we have broken down the stats to a sampling of some of the higher-priority calls.

Assault

  • 2/16 – Sand Creek Rd & Deer Valley Rd (243pc)
  • 2/16 – Deer Valley Rd & Davison Dr (243pc)
  • 2/16 – Mt Silliman Wy & Tehachapi Wy (243pc)
  • 2/17 – A St & E 19th St (243pc)
  • 2/17 – Lone Tree Wy & Davison Dr (243pc)
  • 2/17 – Sycamore Dr & Banyan Wy (245pc)
  • 2/17 – Piper Ct & Bonraven Wy (243pc)
  • 2/17 – Sand Creek Rd & Deer Valley Rd (243pc)
  • 2/17 – Badger Pass Wy & Monitor Pass Wy (243pc)
  • 2/18 – Sycamore Dr & Mandarin Wy (245pc)
  • 2/18 – Heacock Wy & Carbondale Wy (243pc)
  • 2/18 – Aster Dr & Tulip Dr (243pc)
  • 2/18 – E 6th St & Mcelheny Rd (243pc)
  • 2/18 – Golf Course Rd & Cache Peak Dr (245pc)
  • 2/18 – Wilbur Av & Cavallo Rd (243pc)
  • 2/19 – L St & W 3rd St (243pc)
  • 2/19 – W 10th St & K St (243pc)
  • 2/20 – Cavallo Rd & Gary Av (243pc)
  • 2/20 – Homestead Wy & Roundup Wy (243pc)
  • 2/20 – Aster Dr & Tulip Dr (243pc)
  • 2/20 – Sycamore Dr & Mandarin Wy (245pc)
  • 2/20 – Cavallo Rd & Gary Av (243pc)
  • 2/20 – W 20th St & C St (243pc)
  • 2/21 – Crystal Wy & Galenez Wy (243pc)
  • 2/21 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy (243pc)
  • 2/21 – Sandy Wy & Hargrove St (245pc)
  • 2/22 – Lone Tree Wy & Ridgerock Dr (245pc)
  • 2/22 – Prairie Wy & Brookhaven Wy (243pc)
  • 2/22 – Hargrove St & Sandy Wy (245pc)
  • 2/22 – Summerfield Dr & Rushingwood Ct (243pc)
  • 2/22 – W 7th St & F St (243pc)
  • 2/22 – Woodland Dr & Minner Av (243pc)
  • 2/22 – Forty Niner Wy & Stella Ct (243pc)

Auto Burglary

  • 2/16 – Hyde Pl & Sunset Ln
  • 2/17 – Gentrytown Dr & Avila Pl
  • 2/18 – James Donlon Bl & Blythe Dr
  • 2/19 – W Tregallas Rd & Capistrano St
  • 2/19 – Somersville Rd & Delta Fair Bl
  • 2/20 – Lone Tree Wy & Empire Av
  • 2/21 – Somersville Rd & Fairview Dr
  • 2/22 – Ventry Wy & Rathdrum Wy

 

Auto Theft

  • 2/16 – Silvercrest Wy & Sterling Hill Dr
  • 2/16 – San Joaquin Av & D St
  • 2/16 – N Lake Dr & E Lake Ct
  • 2/16 – Colt Ct & Arabian Wy
  • 2/17 – Lefebvre Wy & Vinewood Wy
  • 2/17 – Noia Av & E 18th St
  • 2/18 – San Gregorio Ct & Via Dora Dr
  • 2/18 – Madrone St & Redwood Dr
  • 2/19 – Minner Av & Cavallo Rd
  • 2/19 – Roosevelt Ln & Worrell Rd
  • 2/19 – Rossi Av & D St
  • 2/19 – W 7th St & H St
  • 2/20 – Wildrose Ct & Prewett Ranch Dr
  • 2/20 – D St & W 19th St
  • 2/20 – W 20th St & C St
  • 2/20 – Mahogany Wy & Somersville Rd
  • 2/21 – Sycamore Dr & Somersville Rd
  • 2/21 – Fernbank Wy & Deerspring Ct
  • 2/21 – Rockrose Wy & Smetzer Wy
  • 2/22 – Noia Av & E 14th St
  • 2/22 – Rockford Dr & Alumrock Dr
  • 2/22 – Van Buren Pl & Putnam St
  • 2/22 – W 20th St & C St
  • 2/22 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/22 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/22 – Botelho St & E 13th St

 

Burglary – Business/Commercial

  • 2/17 – Lone Tree Wy & Hillcrest Av
  • 2/17 – Hillcrest Av & Larkspur Dr
  • 2/17 – A St & Railroad Av
  • 2/20 – A St & W 17th St
  • 2/20 – A St & E 16th St
  • 2/20 – Delta Fair Bl & Somersville Rd
  • 2/20 – Lone Tree Wy & Hwy 4 Hy
  • 2/22 – Somersville Rd & Buchanan Rd

Burglary – Residential

  • 2/16 – Bellflower Dr & Bellwort Ct
  • 2/16 – Wildflower Dr & Lupine Ct
  • 2/16 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy
  • 2/16 – Buchanan Rd & Entrada Cir
  • 2/17 – Wildflower Dr & Lupine Ct
  • 2/17 – Leitrim Wy & Rosscommon Wy
  • 2/18 – Gentrytown Dr & Baker Ct
  • 2/18 – Oak Crest Wy & Mokelumne Dr
  • 2/19 – S Lake Dr & S Lake Ct
  • 2/19 – Steven S Stroud Dr & Prewett Ranch Dr
  • 2/20 – Mohican Wy & Chinook Wy
  • 2/21 – Sycamore Dr & Banyan Wy
  • 2/21 – Winterglen Wy & Lefebvre Wy
  • 2/21 – Sundance Wy & Longhorn Ct
  • 2/22 – Foxford Wy & Westmeath Wy
  • 2/22 – Sequoia Dr & Gentrytown Dr

DUI

  • 2/16 – Westridge Ct & Metcalf St
  • 2/18 – A St & Bryan Av
  • 2/18 – Lone Tree Wy & Eagleridge Dr
  • 2/20 – Lone Tree Wy & Country Hills Dr
  • 2/20 – E 18th St & Phillips Ln
  • 2/21 – A St & Bryan Av
  • 2/21 – E 18th St & A St
  • 2/22 – L St & Lemontree Wy
  • 2/22 – Lone Tree Wy & Deer Valley Rd

Narcotics

  • 2/16 – Somersville Rd & Bradley Ln
  • 2/17 – E 6th St & A St
  • 2/17 – Woodland Dr & Minner Av
  • 2/18 – Sycamore Dr & Manzanita Wy
  • 2/19 – W 5th St & I St
  • 2/19 – A St & W 20th St
  • 2/20 – Dunes Wy & S Royal Links Cir
  • 2/22 – Lone Tree Wy & Robert St

Robbery & Attempts

  • 2/17 – Iron Peak Ct & Crater Peak Wy
  • 2/17 – Deer Valley Rd & Hillcrest Av
  • 2/17 – Redbud Wy & Eucalyptus Wy
  • 2/17 – Somersville Rd & Bradley Ln
  • 2/19 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy
  • 2/19 – Delta Fair Bl & Buchanan Rd

Vandalism

  • 2/16 – E 18th St & Amber Dr
  • 2/16 – Somersville Rd & Buchanan Rd
  • 2/16 – W 1st St & G St
  • 2/17 – Entrada Cir & Buchanan Rd
  • 2/17 – Buchanan Rd & Stapleton Dr
  • 2/18 – Manzanita Wy & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/18 – W 20th St & D St
  • 2/18 – Sycamore Dr & Spanos ST
  • 2/18 – Terranova Dr & Lone Tree Wy
  • 2/18 – Sycamore Dr & L St
  • 2/19 – A St & W 10th St
  • 2/19 – W 14th St & Macaulay St
  • 2/20 – San Jose Dr & Delta Fair Bl
  • 2/20 – Black Diamond Dr & Mt Hamilton Dr
  • 2/21 – Geyser Ct & Geyser Cir
  • 2/22 – Delta Fair Bl & Fairview Dr
  • 2/22 – W 10th St & Crestview Dr

Warrant

  • 2/17 – Cavallo Rd & Parker Ln
  • 2/17 – Bryan Av & Beasley Av
  • 2/17 – Point Dume Ct & Palomar Dr
  • 2/18 – Delta Fair Bl & Fairview Dr
  • 2/18 – Lemontree Wy & Sycamore Dr
  • 2/18 – Peppertree Wy & Lemontree Wy
  • 2/20 – Marina Pl
  • 2/20 – W 6th St & F St
  • 2/20 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/20 – W 13th St & G St
  • 2/20 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/21 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/21 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/21 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/22 – Asilomar Dr & Avila Ct
  • 2/22 – E 18th St & Cavallo Rd
  • 2/22 – L St & W 3rd St

By Ashley Castaldi

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The Antioch City Council voted 3-2 to allow Juanito Valentine to open his tattoo studio after hearing arguments from several residents in the neighborhood who opposed the idea.

The item was brought before the City Council after the Planning Commission took “no action” on January 21 after a it voted 3-2 in favor of the business, however, it needed 4-votes.

Valentine approached the council highlighting that his dream was to open his own shop to and his passion was creating tattoos. Ink’d Up Tattoo Studio was planned to be located at A Street and 17th.

“I understand the concerns, it’s not the shop that have the bad reputation, it’s the people who get it,” said Valentine. “It’s like a dog, the animal is a good animal, it’s the owner who makes the dog bad. I went and talked to my community and see how I can help. If I am going to be a business owner, I am supposed to give back.”

He stated that the concern was with his hours and that he was adjustable with them.

“I am very adjustable. To see my dream, who wouldn’t compromise?” said Valentine. “It’s not an hour, it’s not a day. It’s a dream and maybe showing good faith. I am a hard working person with a big dream and who doesn’t want to own their own lifestyle and their own dream. I am pleading with you to give me a chance and show you I can be an asset to Antioch.”

Either with Valentines plea to the council, some residents argued against the proposal saying that Antioch already has tattoo shops and wanted “family friendly” businesses in the neighborhood.

Sandra Kelly, who stated she spoke as part of the C Street Neighborhood Watch Group called the A Street corridor an eye sore and had 24-residents sign a petition opposing this plan.

“This area is fragile and dangerous already,” said Kelly.

She requested the businesses in the neighborhood be family friendly. She highlighted many kids travel 17th street and we want to protect the children.

Kelly also highlighted three shootings to death. The latest calls for service on showed 10 calls between 17th Street. She also argued the issue is the proposed tattoo parlor is not of use to local residents—it’s an adult establishment. There are already 3-5 tattoo parlors within a mile of the location.

Lori Cook stated that Antioch has a total of 5 tattoo parlors (3-full time and 2-part time) along with 6 more in Pittsburg and Brentwood.

“I believe this area is better served by a nice neighborhood restaurant or coffee house to bring more people to Antioch,” said Cook. “I think this business should be located in another neighborhood.”

Ronald Nichols , who lives around the corner from proposed location, voiced his concerns while accusing Antioch of no effort in elevating the A Street corridor.

“My concern is we consider business that can elevate the neighborhood to attract more family oriented businesses. It’s a young growing neighborhood and being transitions. I’d like to see that transition continue,” said Nichols.

John Rexroth argued that this business would impact kids and he proclaimed to know what kind of people get tattoos and that it did not make sense.

Meanwhile, Jean Nichols stated she was not opposed to tattoo parlors, but that there is already a saturation of tattoo parlors, bars, hairdressers

“What is the draw to this city?” asked Nichols. “The draw is gang violence, alcohol, barber shops. What are we standing for? I respect Mr. Valentine but put it in another area where is creativity can grow.”

Antioch resident Fred Hoskins did not oppose the idea stating he didn’t know what was going on with the opposition but called it “hogwash”.

“If there were 15-tatto parlors, it would be okay with me. Mind you I don’t have a tattoo and I won’t get one, but if I had a business and you started throwing all these restrictions I’d be concerned,” said Hoskins. “We make claims, the circumstance is we are working in this city to be friendly to business but we are now defining it to how many hours you can work. Why would we care if they were open from 8-to-midnight?”

He argued that a restriction on 18-and-old or parent supervision he had no problem, but this gets down to a business right to operate.

“Are we making a decision on moral issue? Upgrading in a community, we got a lot upgrading to work on and we better do it without nitpicking on every business,” said Hoskins. “Tattoo people, if you really look at it, they are really artist. I support artist of all kinds. Let’s relax on these off the wall statements; it’s not going to kill the city. If we have a dozen, we will have taxes and income. “

Ken Turnage, an Antioch business owner stated he supported a business who wanted to come to Antioch.

“If these people are wanting to put a business in a vacant spot, who are we to stand in there way?” said Turnage. “It may not be the exact business some people want. But having peopled there instead of a vacant spot, its better.“

During Council discussion, Councilwoman Mary Rocha expressed her concern with the hours.

Valentine highlighted for the second time he was flexible with his hours.

“My initial thought of 10-pm at night, some people get off late and are back in town after 6pm,” explained Valentine. “So I made the hours open leaving it open and not cutting myself off at the legs with a shorter hour. I am adjustable without a doubt.”

Rocha questioned whether Antioch could tie the tattoo shop hours to a neighboring business so all the businesses could have similar hours. She then wondered about police calls for service and the impact that could have.

Captain Orman highlighted that there has not been any known instance for police service or out of the normal crime. He then highlighted the calls for service were out of them being good citizens because they were reporting suspicious activity.

Rocha stated she was supportive of what Valentine was trying to accomplish, but concerned about the hours and the strong stance from the neighborhood against the idea.

Councilman Tony Tiscareno stated the applicant was being sincere and that he wanted to support business.

“If our police is stating we have credible business with problems at hand, why would we not support him. I am not a stickler to the hours. I want to encourage all people to open a business. I am willing to support this,” said Tiscareno.

Mayor Pro Tem Lori Ogorchock applauded Valentine for wanting to open his business. She stated her concern about the hours, but at 10pm, he will be helpful in seeing people on the street.

Councilwoman Monica Wilson applauded Valentines entrepreneurship, but voiced her concern over the hours.

“What this to me boils down to being the right business for the area. Is it going to be the right area for you,” said Wilson. “I would encourage staff to work with you on an alternate area.”

Mayor Wade Harper scolded members of the council highlighting how the council should be careful when there is not a restriction on a business and their opinion.

“When I make decisions I look at principal vs. preference. None of the tattoo parlors have generated calls for service except for being good citizens. There are some stereotype against tattoo parlors,” said Harper. “Why would the council put our preference over the principal. The principal has been met.”

Harper suggested that he did not want to limit the business hours, but suggested as a gentlemen he stay open until 9pm. He encouraged the business to bcome part of the neighborhood watch and work as part of the community.

“I don’t think we should as a council decide when there is nothing against it, tattoos are not illegal and I think they will be good citizens,’ said Harper.

The application was approved in a 3-2 vote with Rocha and Wilson opposing.

At 5:38 pm Monday, Antioch Police responded to a report of a child with a hand injury on the 3200 block of Madrone Street.

When police arrived, they located three children under the age of 9 without supervision after a child who was injured from a firework explosion showed up on a neighbors doorstep with a hand injured.

Per radio traffic, the neighbor stated the child’s hand had “blown up” but later stated it was bleeding with a laceration.

Police then went to the home where the incident originally occurred where they believed a third child may still be inside. When police entered the home, it was filled with smoke which triggered a full response from Contra Costa County Fire for a potential residential fire.

Police later located the 4-year-old child on a neighboring street after another neighbor called dispatch stating they had located a child wandering the neighborhood.

CONFIRE arrived on scene and found the home filled with smoke, but there was no indication a fire at occurred.

According to Antioch Police Sgt. Tom Furman, the 9-year-old child was flown to a local hospital in stable condition with an injury to his hand. The children’s ages were 9, 7, and 4.

“Both mom and dad had left to go to work,” said Furman. “It’s unclear who was watching the children while the parents were at work. We are currently investigating and CPS was notified.”

Furman added that it’s premature to determine what charges will be filed but said this will be going to the DA for review.

“This is a good lesson for the general public for them not to leave their children home alone until they are old enough to make good decisions for themselves,” added Furman.

No further information was released.

Photo by Lacey Crain

Note – per radio traffic, the age of the 4-year-old was originally stated as a 2-year-old.

Between February 9-15, the Antioch Police Department had 1,539 calls for service. The week before, they had 1,433 calls for service. Due to the high number of calls, we have broken down the stats to a sampling of some of the higher-priority calls.

Assault

  • 2/9 – W 7th St & M St (243pc)
  • 2/9 – Capistrano St & W Tregallas Rd (243pc)
  • 2/11 – Lone Tree Wy & Ridgerock Wy (243pc)
  • 2/11 – Hudson Ct & Fairview Dr (243pc)
  • 2/11 – E 18th St & Cavallo Rd (243pc)
  • 2/11 – Sunny Ln & Mahogany Wy (245pc)
  • 2/11 – Auto Center Dr & W 10th St (245pc)
  • 2/11 – Lone Tree Wy & Davison Dr (243pc)
  • 2/11 – Madrid Ln & Madrid Pl (243pc)
  • 2/12 – L St & W 3rd St (245pc)
  • 2/12 – W 2nd St & I St (245pc)
  • 2/12 – Lone Tree Wy & Davison Dr (243pc)
  • 2/12 – W 5th St & H St (245pc)
  • 2/12 – Morraine Ct & Caldera Wy (243pc)
  • 2/13 – Coolidge Ct & Morton Wy (243pc)
  • 2/13 – Klengel St & W 14th St (245pc)
  • 2/13 – W 7th St & M St (243pc)
  • 2/14 – Wilbur Av & Cavallo Rd (243pc)
  • 2/14 – Parkgreen Cir & Valley Wy (245pc)
  • 2/14 – Peppertree Wy & Peppertree Ct (245pc)
  • 2/14 – A St & W 16th St (245pc)
  • 2/14 – Delta Fair Bl & Fairview Dr (243pc)
  • 2/15 – E 6th St & A St (243pc)
  • 2/15 – Lone Tree Wy & Ridgerock Dr (243pc)
  • 2/15 – Monterey Dr & Los Altos Wy (243pc)
  • 2/15 – Hudson Ct & Fairview Dr (243pc)

 

Auto Burglary

  • 2/9 – Longview Rd & Contra Loma Bl
  • 2/10 – Fitzuren Rd & Holly Ct
  • 2/13 – Bridle Wy & Kushner Wy
  • 2/14 – A St & W 16th St

 

Auto Theft

  • 2/9 – Hill Dr & Yosemite Dr
  • 2/9 – Sunny Ln & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/9 – Swallow Wy & Waxwing Wy
  • 2/9 – Blythe Dr & Hemingway Dr
  • 2/9 – Petar Pl & Lopez Dr
  • 2/9 – Somersville Rd & Fairview Av
  • 2/10 – Buchanan Rd & Somersville Rd
  • 2/10 – Seville Cir & Lopez Dr
  • 2/10 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/10 – Delta Fair Bl & Fairview Dr
  • 2/11 – San Jose Dr & Vermont Ln
  • 2/11 – Pray Ct & Judsonville Dr
  • 2/11 – Carpinteria Dr & Deer Valley Rd
  • 2/11 – E Tregallas Rd & Shaddick Dr
  • 2/11 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/11 – Slatten Ranch Rd & Wicklow Wy
  • 2/11 – Mokelumne Ct & Southwood Wy
  • 2/12 – San Jose Dr & Vermont Ln
  • 2/12 – F St & W 7th St
  • 2/12 – W 18th St & L St
  • 2/12 – W 9th St & J St
  • 2/12 – Boulder Dr & Cinnabar St
  • 2/12 – Mahogany Wy & Horizon Ln
  • 2/13 – Delta Fair Bl & Fairview Dr
  • 2/13 – E 13th St & Beverly St
  • 2/14 – Macaulay St & E
  • 2/14 – W 6th St & C St
  • 2/14 – Somersville Rd & Bradley Ln
  • 2/14 – W 7th St & I St
  • 2/14 – Cashew St & Carob St
  • 2/14 – Willowbrook Wy & Catanzaro Wy
  • 2/14 – G St & W 4th St
  • 2/15 – Glendale Cir & Silverado Dr
  • 2/15 – Buchanan Rd & Somersville Rd
  • 2/15 – Hap Arnold Wy ^ Eaker Ct
  • 2/15 – Verne Roberts Cir & Costco Wy

 

Burglary – Business/Commercial

  • 2/9 – A St & W 18th St
  • 2/9 – A St & W 16th St
  • 2/10 – E 18th St & Viera Av
  • 2/10 – Sycamore Dr & Somersville Rd
  • 2/10 – Auto Center Dr & Sycamore Dr
  • 2/15 – W 4th St & N St

 

Burglary – Residential

  • 2/9 – W 13th St & F St
  • 2/10 – Hansen Dr & Sturges Ct
  • 2/10 – Wolverine Wy & Country Hills Dr
  • 2/11 – Dewitt Ct & G St
  • 2/11 – Seville Cir & Lopez Dr
  • 2/11 – Greystone Dr & Eagleridge Dr
  • 2/11 – Hudson Ct & Fairview Dr
  • 2/12 – Hayes Wy & Ford Ct
  • 2/12 – Silveria Wy & Carson Wy
  • 2/12 – Sage Ct & Forty Niner Wy
  • 2/12 – Steven S Stroud Dr & Prewett Ranch Dr
  • 2/12 – Hap Arnold Wy & Burwood Wy
  • 2/13 – Minner Av & Cavallo Rd
  • 2/14 – Buchanan Rd & Somersville Rd
  • 2/15 – Hyde Pl & Sunset Ln

 

DUI

  • 2/10 – Deer Valley Rd & Hillcrest Av
  • 2/13 – Garrow Dr & Limewood Dr
  • 2/14 – Laurel Rd & Bypass Hy

 

Narcotics

  • 2/9 – A St & Rossi Av
  • 2/9 – Wagon Wheel Wy & Brookhaven Wy
  • 2/9 – A St & W 20th St
  • 2/10 – Hillcrest Av & Larkspur Dr
  • 2/10 – W 13th St & G St
  • 2/11 – K St & W 4th St
  • 2/12 – William Reed Rd & Cataline Av
  • 2/12 – Deodar Av & Belshaw St
  • 2/12 – Somersville Rd & Bradley Ln

 

Robbery & Attempts

  • 2/9 – E 18th St & Cavallo Rd
  • 2/9 – Lone Tree Wy & Ridgerock Dr
  • 2/11 – Bedrock Wy & Caldera Wy
  • 2/13 – Hillcrest Av & Larkspur Dr

 

Vandalism

  • 2/9 – Deer Valley Rd & Davison Dr
  • 2/9 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/10 – G St & W 1st St
  • 2/10 – Taylor Wy & Silveria Wy
  • 2/11 – Delta Fair Bl & Field St
  • 2/11 – E 7th St & A St
  • 2/11 – Grangnelli Av & Marie Av
  • 2/11 – Bruce St & Amber Dr
  • 2/12 – Wilbur Av & Marie Av
  • 2/12 – Lone Tree Wy & Davison Dr
  • 2/12 – W 18th St & L St
  • 2/13 – Lone Tree Wy & James Donlon Bl
  • 2/13 – Washington Wy & Jefferson Wy
  • 2/14 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy
  • 2/14 – Sterling Hill Dr & Sterling Hill Ct
  • 2/14 – Monterey Dr & N Francisco Wy
  • 2/15 – Spanos St & Springwood Wy
  • 2/15 – Mt Silliman Wy & Tehachapi Wy
  • 2/15 – Wildcat Cir & Via Dora Dr

 

Warrant

  • 2/9 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/9 – Viera Av & Wilbur Av
  • 2/9 – Spartan Wy & Putnam St
  • 2/9 – Lemontree Wy & Lemontree Ct
  • 2/9 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/10 – E 18th St & Phillips Ln
  • 2/11 – W 3rd St & L St
  • 2/11 – G St & W 10th St
  • 2/12 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/12 – Deodar Av & Belshaw St
  • 2/12 – Spanos St & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/12 – C St & W 17th St
  • 2/12 – Auto Center Dr & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/13 – F St & W 13th St
  • 2/13 – Lone Tree Wy & Jeffery Wy
  • 2/14 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/14 – L St & W 6th St
  • 2/15 – Kennedy Wy & Belle Dr
  • 2/15 – E 16th St & A St
  • 2/15 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/15 – L St & W 3rd St

A 14-year-old boy was shot in the leg Saturday night in Antioch during a fight on the 1500 block of Sandy Way.

Antioch police responded to a 9-1-1 call of a fight in the area of Sandy Way with gunshots being fired. Officers arrived and encountered a group of approximately fifty subjects in the street.

Units on scene immediately requested cover due to the crowd.

Upon initial investigation, police located the 14-year-old who had been struck in the leg by fragments and sustained a non-life threatening injury. The juvenile was transported to an area hospital for treatment and later released.

According to police, no one else was injured in the incident.

There is no suspect information at this time and the investigation is still on-going.

Anyone with information related to this case is asked to call the Antioch PD non-emergency line at (925) 778-2441. They may also text an anonymous tip to 274637 (CRIMES) using the key word “Antioch” in the body of the text.

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On January 28 at 2:03 am  Antioch police officers heard gunshots in the area of W. 18th and A Street. While attempting to locate the source of the gunfire APD dispatch received a 911 call from a female stating someone had just shot into her house through the front bedroom wall.

She was awakened by the gunfire as she was sleeping in the bedroom when the shots came through.

The female was uninjured and relayed that she suspected the person responsible was her estranged husband, John Goodner, who is a retired Hercules police officer.

Officers responded to Goodner’s residence in the 800 block of Putnam Street and made contact with him. Goodner did not immediately surrender and would not comply with the officers’ commands. He was eventually taken into custody with the assistance of a Police K-9 without further incident.

Through the ensuing investigation it was learned that Goodner had been stalking and threatening his estranged wife since their separation, and on this night he drove past her house and fired multiple shots into her bedroom.

Goodner was booked into the Martinez Main Detention Facility and the district attorney’s office has filed charges of Attempted Murder as well as 1 count each of Shooting into an Occupied Dwelling, Terrorist Threats and Stalking. Goodner is being held on $1,775,000 bail. No further information will be released at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to call Det. Vanderpool with the Antioch Police Department at (925)779-6988.

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At roughly 9:20 pm, an Antioch Police officer was making a routine traffic stop on Hillcrest when the vehicle took off on the officer. A short time later, the vehicle crashed into a home on Yosemite Dr where the subject foot bailed from the vehicle and ran eastbound.

The officer gave chase before unleashing the k9 to catch the subject. The k9 caught the man who reportedly had a rock in his hand when he was bit. The subject was then detained and arrested.

AMR was requested for the dog bite.

Police did not release any information on scene about the male, however, the vehicle crashed through a small brick wall at Hillcrest and Yosemite while the damage to the home was a broken water valve where fire could not shut off the water and public works was requested.

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Between February 2 through February 8, the Antioch Police Department had 1,454 calls for service. Last week, they had 1,433 calls for service. The week before that, they had 1,515 calls for service.

Due to the high number of calls, we have broken down the stats to a sampling of some of the higher-priority calls.

Assault

  • 2/2 – Sycamore Dr & Spanos St (243pc)
  • 2/2 – W 18th St & L St (243pc)
  • 2/2 – W 7th St & O St (243pc)
  • 2/3 – Oak Meadow Ct & Fawn Hill Wy (243pc)
  • 2/3 – Sunset Ln & Davison Dr (243pc)
  • 2/3 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy (243pc)
  • 2/3 – Lone Tree Wy & Sagebrush Dr (243pc)
  • 2/3 – W 10th St & L St (243pc)
  • 2/4 – W 18th St & L St (243pc)
  • 2/4 – Point Dume Ct & Palomar Dr (243pc)
  • 2/4 – Sunset Ln & Davison Dr (243pc)
  • 2/4 – W Tregallas Rd & Lone Tree Wy (243pc)
  • 2/4 – Bellflower Dr & Straitwood Ct (243pc)
  • 2/5 – Lone Tree Wy & Empire Av (243pc)
  • 2/6 – Carmona Wy & Lopez Dr (243pc)
  • 2/7 – Delta Fair Bl & Fairview Dr (245pc)
  • 2/7 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy (243pc)
  • 2/7 – Somersville Rd & Buchanan Rd (243pc)
  • 2/7 – Woodside Ct & Waterford Wy (243pc)
  • 2/7 – W 8th St & K St (245pc)
  • 2/8 – Sand Creek Rd & Deer Valley Rd (243pc)
  • 2/8 – Sunset Ln & Lone Tree Wy (245pc)
  • 2/8 – Buckeye Wy & Jaguar Wy (243pc)
  • 2/8 – Banyan Wy & Sycamore Dr (245pc)

Auto Burglary

  • 2/2 – Buckskin Dr & Elk Drl
  • 2/2 – Verne Roberts Cir & Costco Wy
  • 2/3 – Feldspar Ct & Galenez Wy

Auto Theft

  • 2/2 – Yosemite Dr & Hill Dr
  • 2/2 – Fairview Dr & Hudson Ct
  • 2/2 – Wilbur Av & Orchard Ln
  • 2/3 – Drake St & F St
  • 2/3 – Lanitos Ct & Alvarado Dr
  • 2/3 – E 13th St & August Wy
  • 2/3 – Hwy 4 Hy & A St
  • 2/4 – Caldera Wy & Morraine Wy
  • 2/4 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/4 – San Jose Dr & Vermont Ln
  • 2/4 – Warbler Dr & Cambridge Dr
  • 2/4 – Sycamore Dr & Banyan Wy
  • 2/5 – Whitetail Dr & Asilomar Dr
  • 2/5 – Gallagher Cir & G St
  • 2/5 – L St & W 3rd ST
  • 2/5 – Putnam St & Hacienda Wy
  • 2/5 – Gallagher Cir & G St
  • 2/5 – Lipton St & Azevedo St
  • 2/5 – Marie Av & Wilbur Av
  • 2/7 – E 18th St & Hillcrest Av
  • 2/7 – W 9th St & E St
  • 2/7 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/8 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy
  • 2/8 – Lone Tree Wy & Empire Av

Burglary – Business/Commercial

  • 2/4 – A St & E 19th St
  • 2/5 – Hillcrest Av & Wildflower Dr
  • 2/7 – San Jose Dr & Delta Fair Bl
  • 2/7 – W 10th St & Diamond St
  • 2/8 – Mt Hamilton Dr & Golf Course Rd
  • 2/8 – Sycamore Dr & Somersville Rd

Burglary – Residential

  • 2/2 – Southwood Wy & Oak Haven Wy
  • 2/2 – W 13th St & D St
  • 2/2 – Alpha Wy & E 18th St
  • 2/3 – Hill Dr & Yosemite Dr
  • 2/3 – Crest St & Marie Av
  • 2/3 – Sunset Ln & Worrell Rd
  • 2/4 – Kennedy Wy & Belle Dr
  • 2/4 – Country Hills Dr & Deerfield Dr
  • 2/4 – Hillcrest Av & E 13th St
  • 2/4 – Longview Rd & Kalama Rd
  • 2/4 – Oak Crest Wy & Mokelumne Dr
  • 2/4 – Hillcrest Av & E 13th St
  • 2/5 – Cavallo Rd & E 18th St
  • 2/6 – Hamlin Ct & Dimaggio Wy
  • 2/6 – Freedom Wy & Freedom Ct
  • 2/6 – Eaker Wy & Burwood Wy
  • 2/7 – W Madill St & Russell Dr
  • 2/8 – Putnam St & Enea Wy
  • 2/8 – Reseda Wy & Alvarado Dr
  • 2/8 – Apache Ct & Feather Wy

DUI

  • 2/2 – Buchanan Rd & Gentrytown Dr
  • 2/3 – W 9th St & K St
  • 2/6 – Buchanan Rd & Gentrytown Dr
  • 2/7 – W 10th St & D St
  • 2/7 – Delta Fair Bl & School St
  • 2/8 – Mahogany Wy & Somersville Rd

Narcotics

  • 2/2 – W 13th St & G St
  • 2/3 – E Tregallas Rd & Patricia Av
  • 2/3 – Sycamore Dr & L St
  • 2/3 – Balboa Ct & Buchanan Rd
  • 2/4 – W 13th St & G St
  • 2/4 – W 18th St & L St
  • 2/4 – Sunset Ln & Davison Dr
  • 2/5 – Lone Tree Wy & Country Hills Dr
  • 2/7 – Woodmont Wy & Catanzaro Wy

Robbery & Attempts

  • 2/6 – Lone Tree Wy & Robert St
  • 2/7 – E 18th St & Hwy 4 Hy

Vandalism

  • 2/2 – Manzanita Wy & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/2 – Manzanita Wy & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/2 – Fallow Wy & Pronghorn Wy
  • 2/3 – Sycamore Dr & Spanos St
  • 2/4 – Menona Dr & Ridgeline Dr
  • 2/5 – E 18th St & Cavallo Rd
  • 2/5 – Lupine Ct & Wildflower Dr
  • 2/6 – Claudia Ct & L St
  • 2/7 – W 8th St & B St

Warrant

  • 2/2 – Giovanni St & E 13th St
  • 2/2 – E 18th St & Hwy 4 Hy
  • 2/2 – E Madill St & Beasley Av
  • 2/2 – Sycamore Dr & Banyan Wy
  • 2/2 – Greystone Dr & Rockford Dr
  • 2/2 – Cavallo Rd & Minner Av
  • 2/3 – Hudson Ct & Fairview Dr
  • 2/3 – E 6th St & A St
  • 2/3 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/4 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/4 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/4 – Sycamore Dr & Dogwood Wy
  • 2/5 – Delta Fair Bl & Somersville Rd
  • 2/5 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/6 – L St & W 3rd St
  • 2/6 – Beasley Av & Bryan Av
  • 2/7 – W 8th St & K St
  • 2/7 – Huntington Dr & Malibu Ct
  • 2/7 – Dogwood Wy & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/8 – Auto Center Dr & Mahogany Wy
  • 2/8 – E 18th St & Cavallo Rd
  • 2/8 – Fitzuren Rd & G St
  • 2/8 – Sycamore Dr & Somersville Rd
  • 2/8 – L St & W 3rd St

Statistics compiled by Ashley Castaldi.