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Brentwood Police Interrupts Burglary Causing Police Chase

by ECT

Brentwood Police responded to a report of a subject attempting to get into a house on Richdale Ct. Upon Officers arriving, subject took off running after police witnessed him breaking the window.

A perimeter was quickly set up where Antioch Police responded with a K9 unit and also CHP  Helicopter was requested.

After approximately a 10-15 minutes search, the K9 trail lead to a backyard a few houses away from the original call and a suspect was found in the backyard and detained without incident.

There was a report of a 2nd subject fleeing the area and jumping fences to escape.

During the yard to yard searches, a white Camaro was seen leaving the area at a high rate of speed and running stop signs. Detectives (who were assisting in the search) were quick to find the vehicle leaving and witnessed many traffic violations, which included speeding, running stop signs, and reckless driving.

Detectives were unable to get close enough to the vehicle to activate their emergency lights to attempt a stop on the vehicle. CHP helicopter was able to follow the vehicle as it left the area.

Vehicle traveled north bound on Sellers Ave from Oak Street at over 100 MPH.

The vehicle then turned off onto a gravel road (Wildhorse) in Oakley where it came to a stop and the driver exited and placed his hands behind his head, giving up to the CHP helicopter.

Brentwood and Oakley Police quickly arrived to this location and detained the male and a female in the vehicle. This male matched the description seen by a witness to the burglary jumping fences and fleeing the area—the female may be on probation according to dispatch.

From the police traffic on the scanner, the male detained in the backyard of Richdale Ct was a juvenile and was arrested on the charge of burglary. Unknown if the 2nd male was arrested.

The information above was provided by Nate Anderson who also provided the photos below.

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Rob Apr 17, 2013 - 1:56 pm

Great job Brentwood PD, Antioch PD and CHP.

JimSimmons42 Apr 17, 2013 - 2:02 pm

Great job to all he officers and dog involved. We won’t stand for crime anymore!

Lora Mesina Apr 17, 2013 - 2:42 pm

Thank you Brentwood Police, Antioch Police and CHP. both my kids were home ill this could of been my backyard. This is the second robbery in a 4 block eadius in less than a week.

Barbara DuMont Apr 17, 2013 - 8:54 pm

Its nice to see the different departments working together.

Bruce C. Ghiselli Apr 20, 2013 - 6:49 pm

An excellent performance by all the police departments.

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