Antioch Police Release Video and Suspect Sketches in 2018 Homicide

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On Monday, the Antioch Police Department released two sketches and video as they continue to investigate a fatal shooting that occurred on August 19, 2018.

On 8/19/2018 at 3:27 am, APD patrol officers were dispatched to an apartment complex in the 2200 block of San Jose Drive for a shooting where two people were shot in the parking lot. Officers located 19-Year-Old Anthony Singh in his vehicle suffering from fatal gunshot wounds. A second male was located suffering from non-life threatening gunshot wounds (Identity being withheld for safety reasons).

Video (Attached) was located at a gas station on Somersville Road in Antioch during the investigation.

The video depicts a late model silver Dodge Charger with black racing stripes. The video also shows a male suspect who hides behind the Charger as Singh’s vehicle passes the gas station. The male enters the car, shuts off his lights and follows Singh to the murder scene.

Included is a still image of the suspect driver, wearing a distinct red sweater with what appears to be yellow silhouettes of people on the front of the sweater.

During the investigation it was determined that there were two suspects associated with the Dodge Charger and this murder. Two forensic sketches (Attached) were developed during this investigation.

APD homicide investigators are asking the public for help in identifying the Dodge Charger or the suspects depicted in the forensic sketches. Please contact Detective Gonzalez at 925-779-6923 if you have any information regarding Anthony Singh’s murder or can identify the suspects or suspect vehicle.


2 COMMENTS

  1. Why is nothing presented on this site about the “alleged” murderer who killed a guy in San Jose (execution style), then fled south to San Bernardino, was arrested, made bail, got deported thanks to ICE and then returned …. guess where to? Good old ANTIOCH!!! Yes! ANTIOCH! Where else would a criminal head?

    The entire story is featured on page 1 of today’s (Sunday’s) East Bay Times!

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