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Antioch PD Stats Q1 2014

Mayor Says “Things Are Getting Better” After Police Chief Reports Crime is Up 2.8%(11)

April 23, 2014

On Tuesday night, the Antioch City Council received a presentation from Police Chief Allan Cantando which highlighted that overall crime in the First Quarter of 2014 is up 2.8 % while violent crime is down 11.6%. According to the statistics provided in the staff report that when compared to the same time period last year,… Read More ›


US Marshals Nab Parolee At Large in Antioch

Just before 12:30 pm Monday, the US Marshal’s and the Antioch Police Department were attempting to take a subject into custody before the man went to the roof. After about a 20-minute standoff on I Street and W. 6th in Antioch, the man was talked down by authorities and then took into custody without incident…. Read More ›


Tonight: Antioch Crime Prevention Commission to Get Presentation from City Manager

The Antioch Crime Prevention Commission will meet tonight in Antioch where City Manager Steve Duran will be making a presentation. No further information was provided in the agenda of what he will present. The meeting begins at 7:00 pm and will be held at the Antioch Police Department Community Room located at 300 L Street… Read More ›

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Antioch Police Calls: April 6-13

The Antioch Police Department received 1,543 calls for service between April 6 through April 13. Due to the high number of calls, we have broken down the stats to some of the higher-priority calls. Last week, they had just 1,407 calls for the week. The prior week, police had a total of 1,407 calls for… Read More ›

Antioch PD Stats Q1 2014

Antioch Police Reporting Quarter 1 Crime is up 2.8%

The Antioch City Council will receive a presentation from Police Chief Allan Cantando on Tuesday which will highlight that overall crime in the First Quarter of 2014 is up 2.8 % while violent crime is down 11.6%. According to the statistics provided in the staff report that when compared to the same time period last… Read More ›


Third Arrest Made in Connection of April 8 Homicide at Joes Liquors

At about 6:00 am Thursday morning, the Antioch SWAT team served a high-risk search warrant in the 1100 block of D Street in connection to the homicide that occurred on April 8th in the 1900 block of D Street. Eight people were detained while one person was arrested according to Antioch Police Lt. Tony Morefield…. Read More ›


16-Year-Old Killed in Wednesday Evening Shooting in Antioch

Wednesday evening at approximately 8:39 PM, Antioch Police Officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 4900 block of Country Hills Drive. The officers arrived to find 16-year old Jose Guerrero incapacitated from multiple, apparent gunshot wounds. Life saving measures were taken by the arriving officers and medical personnel, but the victim was… Read More ›


Stolen Vehicle Crashes into Antioch Home Thursday Morning

A stolen vehicle with three subjects inside crashed into a home on Putnam Street in Antioch Thursday morning. The three subjects inside the truck tried to flee but were reportedly caught by Antioch Police according to a reader. We will update this incident once police provide more information and confirm details. Photo provided by Brent… Read More ›


Why Spay & Neuter and Basic Needs for your Furry Friends

On Saturday April 19, Antioch Animal Services will be teaming up with Erin Pina of the Furry Friends Food Relief Program to discuss the need for Spay, Neuter and other basic needs of your animals. The presentation will focus why people are encouraged to get your animal fixed and also how to help reduce the… Read More ›


Photos: Antioch Police Department Honors VIPs for Volunteer Service

On Saturday April 12, the Antioch Police Department honored their Volunteers in Police Service (VIPs) who volunteer their time to assist the police department and provide relief in the form of man power which in turn allows officers to respond to higher priority calls. Some of their duties include: Clerical and Administrative Support School and… Read More ›