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Antioch Police Announce 7 Arrests and Recovery of 40 Firearms in Joint Investigation with Oakland Police

by ECT

On Thursday, the Antioch Police Department, in partnership with the Oakland Police Department announced the results of operation Windstar in a press conference in the City of Antioch.

The operation began on Jan 12, 2020 in the City of Oakland and continued through April 1,2021 with Oakland Police Chief LaRonne Armstrong at one point during the press conference apologizing for the gang activity going into Antioch.

Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton spoke at the press conference highlighting they will prosecute.

Antioch Police Chief Tammany Brooks announced the arrests of:

  • Charles Bolden Sr. – 42 (murder/conspiracy, gang enhancements)
  • Charles Bolden Jr. – 19 (murder/conspiracy, gang enhancements
  • D’Marco Lindsay  – 19 (murder/conspiracy, gang enhancements
  • Terryonn Push – 20 (attempted murder w/GBI conspiracy, gang enhancements)
  • Trent Allen – 20 (attempted murder w/GBI conspiracy, gang enhancements
  • Eric Windom – 21 (attempted murder w/GBI conspiracy, gang enhancements
  • Keyshawn McGee – 22 (attempted murder w/GBI conspiracy, gang enhancements)

In total, there were 50 contacts/arrests which included 14 juveniles.

According to Chief Brooks, the multi-agency investigation resulted in 1 solved homicide, 4 attempted homicides in Antioch along with 1 homicide and 6 attempted homicides in Oakland. Combined, there were a total of 9 shooting incidents and the investigation resulted in the recovery of 40 firearms including 15 “ghost guns” /non-serialized guns.

Chief Armstrong apologized to the City of Antioch.

“I must say, I owe this city an apology that the group and gang violence that started in Oakland has now fund itself in the city of Antioch,” said Armstrong. “We continue to be focused to try and eradicate both the CASE gang and the ENT gang. They have been the focus for violence in the city of Oakland for far too many years.

He further continued by stating that by looking at the table, it was ironic to see weapons that should be used in a war but these are being used in the community against people and human beings.

“Its my hope as we look at this investigation and shootings and violence related to this investigation, that we understand everybody deserves to live in a safe community and their safety has been compromised as a result of these groups and gangs,” said Armstrong who hoped they could hold these people accountable.

Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton thanked both police departments for the work done.

“With this investigation and arrests here are holding these gang members responsible and accountable for the violence they have caused in our communities,” said Becton. “We are no stranger to gang violence, unfortunately, over the years we have seen a growing trend of gang members operating in and around our county. This is one of the reasons why we are so determined to get violent gang members off the street but also to get the illegal guns off the streets.”

Becton continued saying her office was committed to prioritizing the arrests and prosecuting of these violent and dangerous individuals and hoped this would deter gang violence.

Also in attendance were Antioch Councilmembers Mike Barbanica and Lori Ogorchock.



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Pedrito de La torre Apr 15, 2021 - 2:08 pm

Where was Lamar? Probably starting a protest for the “targeting” of these innocent young man who only kill because they don’t know better. How about Tamisha? Where was she? Probably covering for her kids committing more felonies and blaming the cops and the white man. Lori and Mike the only ones there? How strange. The only two reasonable people in that shit hole city management. What a joke the Mayor of Antioch is. And the felon arsonist Tamisha. Good Job to Antioch PD and Oakland PD. Those dumps y’all work in sure as hell don’t deserve you.
Hey Lamar, you idiot, maybe this is why Antioch swat team needs a armored vehicle you clown. You are too stupid to admit it. Just resign you fucking clown.

Harry Palms Apr 15, 2021 - 8:32 pm

I concur.

Back the Blue Apr 15, 2021 - 3:23 pm

Great job both APD and OPD! Thanks for keeping up the fight when they keep stacking the cards against you!

Gr8scot Apr 15, 2021 - 5:19 pm

I agree, where was the “MOD Squad”? What a professional way to SUPPORT your city by being AWOL during a great event. Communities will by be a bit safer. Please keep up the fabulous work, I would say APD, but EVERY Law Enforcement Agency. Hopefully all Antioch citizens will see how the AWOL MOD squad “took their ball and went home” and realized, these POS’s need to go ASAP.

Antioch Apr 15, 2021 - 6:39 pm

So sick of this victim crap. Sink or swim.
APD thank you and keep going, please.
Back the blue and help them, fight back !

WENDI G ELISONDO Apr 21, 2021 - 8:08 pm

I concur.

CoCoCounty Apr 15, 2021 - 6:45 pm

A whole poster of crap- making their family proud.
Throw the entire book at them.

Frank Apr 15, 2021 - 7:17 pm

Kudos to APD and OPD for taking down all these thugs. Looks like a BLM meeting along with treats. Lamar this is how it’s done. Refund the OPD

citizen N Apr 15, 2021 - 8:28 pm

the cops involved with these arrests are some brave men and women, these are the kind of criminals that kill cops and brag about it in their next rap song. bay area rap is absolutely full of “self snitching” aka “gangsters” bragging about the various crimes they commit.

DJ53 Apr 15, 2021 - 8:54 pm

Thank you Chief Brooks and Chief Armstrong for caring about your cities. And as Chief Armstrong states these weapons that were recovered are weapons that should be used in war. Maybe the four Antioch City Council members that voted against the armored vehicle should think about it!! Keep up the good work APD and OPD.

Frank Apr 16, 2021 - 5:02 am

ECT you should send this story to every major news organization to highlight the great effort of the OPD and APD.

Concerned Apr 16, 2021 - 11:09 am

Thank God APD and OPD are putting forth these heroic efforts to keep our two cities safer. THORPE, TAKE NOTE: WEAPONS OF WAR.

Robert C. Apr 16, 2021 - 12:32 pm

As usual, note which city council members were in attendance and which were not. Speaks volumes.

Enough is Enough Apr 16, 2021 - 8:00 pm

This is pretty big news for our city. Where was the mayor?

rob blanchard Apr 17, 2021 - 9:58 am

busy doing nothing and were paying him .get rid of him.

Lola Saavedra Apr 19, 2021 - 2:29 am

Just seven arrests? Why not 700?

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