At 10:43 pm Saturday, Contra Costa County Sheriffs Office responded to a report of a shooting in the area of Willow Pass Road and Crivello Ave in Bay Point. It later turned out to be a double shooting with one person dead.
Upon arrival, sheriff deputies located casings in the area, possibly from a rifle or long gun. They later located the victim. By 10:47 pm, deputies reported a second gunshot wound. CPR was performed on one of the victims, however, AMR pronounced one of the victims deceased.
A short time later, it was reported that Concord Police Department officers might have possibly located the suspect vehicle in the City of Concord and began pursuit of a 27-year-old Hispanic Male. The suspect then made his way back towards Bay Point.
By 11:00 pm, Concord PD was in a foot pursuit with the suspect on Alves Lane near Canal in Bay Point. PD was with the suspect vehicle and located a rifle in the vehicle and a short time later the suspect was taken into custody at gunpoint.
No details have been released on this incident by the Sheriffs Office
UPDATE per Sheriffs Office: Bay Point Homicide Suspect In Custody
On Saturday, August 28, 2021, at about 10:42 PM, Muir Station Deputy Sheriffs were dispatched to a call of shots fired at the intersection of Willow Pass Road and Bella Vista Avenue in Bay Point. Upon arrival, deputies located a victim suffering from a gunshot wound.
Deputies immediately began providing life-saving measures. The fire department and an ambulance also responded. The victim was later pronounced deceased at the scene. He is identified as 24-year-old Pablo Bretado of Pittsburg.
A suspect was quickly identified by deputies and a description was provided to area law enforcement agencies. The Concord Police Department located the suspect who led police in a pursuit back into Bay Point. The suspect crashed and fled on foot. Concord PD officers, assisted by the California Highway Patrol, found the suspect and took him into custody.
He is identified 28-year-old Antonino Solis of Pittsburg. He was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for murder and possession of an assault weapon.
The Homicide Unit of the Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division continues to investigate this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division at (925) 313-2600 or through Sheriff’s Office dispatch at (925) 646-2441. For any tips, email: [email protected] or call (866) 846-3592to leave an anonymous voice message.