Former Roddy Ranch General Manager Wanted by District Attorney on Fraud Charges


The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office is currently looking for former Roddy Ranch Golf Course General Manager Kevin Fitzgerald, 46, who is wanted on several charges.

According to Northern California’s Most Wanted, while working as the General Manager of the former Roddy Ranch Golf Course LLC, Fitzgerald conspired  to commit loan fraud, file a false police report, commit insurance fraud, divert construction funds and defraud an elder.

He is described as a white male, 6’3″ tall weighing 240 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes.

According to Leslie Cofer, senior inspector with the Contra Costa County Office of the District Attorney, Fitzgerald’s outstanding arrest warrant was entered into the law enforcement wanted system on April 11.

Roddy Ranch Golf Club in Antioch announced it is closing on August 11, 2016 after 16-years of operation. In the message, they blamed high cost of water.

If you have any information on the location of Fitzgerald, contact (925) 957-8540. You may also submit an anonymous tip for Incident # 20170035 at or email [email protected]



  1. Ahhhhh white collar crime- I’m sure he will get a bonus, severance pay, have to do a public apology, oh and probation! How cute!

  2. He founded Roddy Ranch Travel Baseball in 2013. My son played for 2 years when suddenly Kevin shut down the program, in summer of 2015. We had just raised money for a training facility to be built at the golf course. We attended a ground breaking and everything but the training facility never got built. We don’t have any idea where the monies ended up.

  3. When will they investigate the bookkeeper, Amy? She waltzed around that place like Kevin’s dog on a leash. She spent most of her time behind/under the desk of his and knows exactly where the money went.

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