Category: Brentwood

  • Brentwood Police Nab Residential Burglary Suspect

    The Brentwood Police Department reported that officers were called to a residence located on the 4600 block of Balfour Road, for a report of a burglary in progress last week. The reporting party, who was watching via live feed video surveillance reported someone had broken into the home. When officers arrived at the residence, the […]

  • Nov. 11-17: Brentwood Police Calls

    Nov. 11-17: Brentwood Police Calls

    The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls reported between November 11-17 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Brentwood. Antioch Police Arrest Three in Connection With Drug Trafficking and Illegal Firearms The Antioch Police Department announced that on Tuesday, its officers and Special Operations Unit detectives executed […]

  • Antioch Police Arrest Three in Connection With Drug Trafficking and Illegal Firearms

    Antioch Police Arrest Three in Connection With Drug Trafficking and Illegal Firearms

    The Antioch Police Department announced that on Tuesday, its officers and Special Operations Unit detectives executed a search warrant at a residence in the City of Brentwood related to an ongoing drug trafficking and illegal firearm possession investigation. During the search, detectives located four semi-auto pistols (1 of which was a P80 ghost gun), one […]

  • Brentwood Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Indecent Exposure Suspect

    Brentwood Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Indecent Exposure Suspect

    On November 11 at approximately 6:40PM, Brentwood officers responded to 5511 Lone Tree Way (Kohl’s) for report of an adult male who had exposed himself in the City of Brentwood. The suspect in the above video and photos appears to be an adult black male, between the age of 18-25 years old, approximately 5’7 to […]

  • RV Fire at Repair Shop Prompts Two-Alarm Fire Response in Brentwood

    RV Fire at Repair Shop Prompts Two-Alarm Fire Response in Brentwood

    At 1:04 pm Tuesday, the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District responded to a report of a fire inside a garage of an RV parts and service business in the City of Brentwood. The two alarm fire sent a large column of smoke from the 400 block of Beatrice Court off Elkins Way as crews […]

  • Brentwood Road Rage Incident Leads to Arrest

    Brentwood Road Rage Incident Leads to Arrest

    The Brentwood Police Department responded to the area of O’Hara Avenue and Sand Creek Road for a report of a road rage incident, involving a gun. Officers searched the area and with the help of diligent citizens, they located and detained the suspect, 25 year-old Omar Massoud (Antioch), inside of Pet Food Express. The car […]

  • Nov. 8-14: Brentwood Police calls

    Nov. 8-14: Brentwood Police calls

    The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls reported between November 8-14 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Brentwood.   Assault w/Deadly Weapon 11/14 – Jeffery Way & Lone Tree Way: MALE VS MALE AND ONE MALE SPRAYED ANOTHER W/ SOME KIND OF SPRAY.   Auto Burglary […]

  • Brentwood Takes First Steps Toward Sand Creek Soccer Complex

    Brentwood Takes First Steps Toward Sand Creek Soccer Complex

    A Sand Creek Sports Complex is moving forward after the Brentwood City Council agreed to hire a firm for the planning, design and construction document services for the project. Located at Sand Creek road and Fairview, what is being deemed a “soccer complex”,  the design portion of the project will take place in 2023 and […]

  • Brentwood City Council Votes to Sanction Vice Mayor in Split Vote

    Brentwood City Council Votes to Sanction Vice Mayor in Split Vote

    On Tuesday, the Brentwood City Council voted to sanction Vice Mayor Johnny Rodriquez after Councilmember Karen Rarey has accused him of a city policy violation. The action to sanction was done in a 3-2 split vote with Rodriquez and Mayor Joel Bryant dissenting after Rarey alleged that Rodriguez shared “confidential closed session information or documentation […]

  • Brentwood Vice Mayor Accused of Sharing Closed Session Information

    Brentwood Vice Mayor Accused of Sharing Closed Session Information

    On Tuesday, the Brentwood City Council will discuss taking action against Vice Mayor Johnny Rodriquez after Councilmember Karen Rarey has accused him of a city policy violation. Rarey has alleged that Rodriguez shared “confidential closed session information or documentation with a third party.” She made the request for this item during the Nov. 8 council […]

  • Brentwood Agrees to Look at $40 Million “Garbage Juicer” Facility

    Brentwood Agrees to Look at $40 Million “Garbage Juicer” Facility

    Last week, the Brentwood City Council agreed to take the first step in a multi-year process towards developing a high diversion organics operating facility—dubbed the “garbage juicer” by staff. At the Nov. 8 meeting, the council voted 4-0 to approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Anergia Services to investigate the facility to assist the […]

  • Nov 4-8: Brentwood Police Calls

    Nov 4-8: Brentwood Police Calls

    The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls reported between November 4-8 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Brentwood. Two Antioch Residents Face Multiple Felony Charges in Brentwood Robberies Martinez, Calif. – The Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office filed multiple felony charges against two young adults who were […]

  • Livability.com Names Brentwood and Concord in List of Most Affordable West Coast Cities

    Livability.com Names Brentwood and Concord in List of Most Affordable West Coast Cities

    The City of Brentwood and City of Concord have been named a Most Affordable West Coast City by Livability.com. The list, using data from Movoto by OJO, took into account each city’s median sold price for homes and the broader metropolitan area’s median household income to determine an affordability score. An exclusive study conducted by Livability.com informed this list. In […]

  • Quick Quack Honoring Veterans with a Free Car Wash

    Quick Quack Honoring Veterans with a Free Car Wash

    Quick Quack to Provide a Free Car Wash to all Veterans and Active-Duty Military on Veterans Day ROSEVILLE, CA – Quick Quack Car Wash will honor veterans and active-duty military on Friday, November 11, 2022, at all Quick Quack Car Wash locations. Veterans can stop by during hours of operation to receive a top wash […]

  • Two Antioch Residents Face Multiple Felony Charges in Brentwood Robberies

    Two Antioch Residents Face Multiple Felony Charges in Brentwood Robberies

    Martinez, Calif. – The Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office filed multiple felony charges against two young adults who were involved in robberies in Brentwood in September. Delvon Hasain Hasan and Dioni Tamirra Patton of Antioch both face an eight-count felony complaint that includes first and second-degree robbery, child cruelty, having a concealed firearm in a vehicle, […]

  • McCauley Estate Purchases Petersen Vineyards

    McCauley Estate Purchases Petersen Vineyards

    On Tuesday, the McCauley Family announced  the purchase of Petersen Vineyards and will host a kickoff event on December 4 In the announcement: We have coupled the best Winemaker and finest Wines in Far East County, with the Region’s largest Venues and Events. This exciting venture will further galvanize one of the fastest growing wine […]

  • Brentwood to Look at $40 Million High Diversion Organics Operating Facility

    Brentwood to Look at $40 Million High Diversion Organics Operating Facility

    On Tuesday, the City of Brentwood could begin the first step in a multi-year process towards developing a high diversion organics operating facility. The city council will take up the item on Tuesday where they will be asked to approve a memorandum of understanding with Anergia Services to investigate the facility to assist the city […]

  • Oct. 16-Nov 4: Brentwood Police Calls

    Oct. 16-Nov 4: Brentwood Police Calls

    The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls reported between October 23-29 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Brentwood.   Brentwood Police Recover $3k in Stolen Merchandise The Brentwood Police Department reported that officers recently recovered more than $3,000 in stolen merchandise from local businsses in the […]

  • Brentwood Seeks Residents for Commission Vacancies

    Brentwood Seeks Residents for Commission Vacancies

    BRENTWOOD, CA – The City of Brentwood is accepting applications from interested residents for the Commissions listed below. Applicants must reside within the City limits; all applications are due no later than Monday January 2, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. Arts Commission: Three Commission appointments are currently available (one vacancy due to term expiration on 12/31/2022, […]

  • October 3-15: Brentwood Police Calls

    October 3-15: Brentwood Police Calls

    The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls reported between October 3-15 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Brentwood. Calls For Service Editors note – The Brentwood Police calls had not been updated since Sept. 27… call log days for Sept. 28 – October 2 were not […]

  • Brentwood’s Adopt-A-Senior and Holiday Card Campaign 2022

    Brentwood’s Adopt-A-Senior and Holiday Card Campaign 2022

    Many seniors in our community do not have the means, the family or their health, to fully enjoy the holiday season, which is what Adopt- A-Senior is all about! There are a couple of ways to provide a joyous holiday to one of our folks in need. The Brentwood Senior Activity Center is collaborating with […]

  • Brentwood Police Recover $3k in Stolen Merchandise

    Brentwood Police Recover $3k in Stolen Merchandise

    The Brentwood Police Department reported that officers recently recovered more than $3,000 in stolen merchandise from local businsses in the City of Brentwood. According to Brentwood police, officers responded to a call from an Ulta Beauty Store after two women had walked out with a large amount of product and attempted to leave. When the […]

  • 7th Annual Brentwood Winter Wine Walk & Tasting Tour

    7th Annual Brentwood Winter Wine Walk & Tasting Tour

    Join the Downtown Brentwood Coalition on November 26 for their 7th Annual Winter Wine Walk and Tasting Tour 2022. The event aims to share and celebrate local agriculture and local winegrowers together in historic Downtown Brentwood with local wineries participating. The event is presented by the Downtown Brentwood Coalition and the Contra Costa County Winegrowers […]

  • 2022 Brentwood Turkey Trot for Schools

    2022 Brentwood Turkey Trot for Schools

    Welcome to the 9th annual Brentwood Turkey Trot For Schools.  This 5K event benefits both the Brentwood Union School District and Liberty Union High School District athletic programs. We are proud to host this community event to promote health, athletics, and education. This year’s event will be a choice between in-person or virtual run. For […]

  • Burglary Suspect Costs Taqueria Chapala More than $2k in Damages and Loss

    Burglary Suspect Costs Taqueria Chapala More than $2k in Damages and Loss

    In Brentwood, Taqueria Chapala is reporting an overnight burglary that has caused over $2k in damages and loss. The burglary occurred at approximently 2:00 am on October 31 at their new location off Lone Tree Way and Fairview. You are asked to contact the Brentwood Police Department if you recognize the suspect.

  • Brentwood Man Arrested in Homemade Illegal Gun Manufacturing Operation

    Brentwood Man Arrested in Homemade Illegal Gun Manufacturing Operation

    The Brentwood Police Department announced Thursday that an investigation has led to an arrest of a Brentwood man involved in homemade illegal gun manufacturing. According to police, the firearms were made using 3D printers and other tools. On Wednesday, members from our Investigations Division executed a Search Warrant in the 2000 block of Azalea Way […]

  • Brentwood City Council Opts into Election Night Council Meeting

    Brentwood City Council Opts into Election Night Council Meeting

    On Tuesday, the Brentwood City Council opted into an election night City Council meeting citing a busy schedule of items in the upcoming months. In the Consent Calendar, staff  asked the council to approve a resolution authorizing the cancellation of the November 8, 2022 and December 20, 2022, regular City Council meetings. Councilwoman Jovita Mendoza […]

  • Driver Attempting to Pass Vehicles on Vasco Road Causes Head-on Crash

    Driver Attempting to Pass Vehicles on Vasco Road Causes Head-on Crash

    A driver is in critical condition after a head-on vehicle crash on Vasco Road near Marsh Creek Road in unincorporated Brentwood. The head-on crash occurred at approximately 2:34 pm Tuesday which prompted one person to be airlifted to a local hospital in critical condition and another person transported by ground AMR unit with moderate injuries. […]

  • Brentwood Police Catch Residential Burglary Suspect

    Brentwood Police Catch Residential Burglary Suspect

    On Friday, the Brentwood Police Department made an arrest of a residential burglary suspect after he jumped from a second story balcony in an attempt to flee the scene in the City of Brentwood. At approximently 1:30 pm Friday, Brentwood Officers were called to a home on Trinity Drive after a citizen returned to their […]

  • Brentwood Man Faces Felony Manslaughter Charges in Walnut Creek Fatal Hit-And-Run

    Brentwood Man Faces Felony Manslaughter Charges in Walnut Creek Fatal Hit-And-Run

    Martinez, Calif. – The Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office filed a two-count felony complaint against a Brentwood man involved in a hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian in Walnut Creek. 29-year-old Arck Marquez Ramirez is being charged with Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated — which is a violation of PC191.5(a) — and Driving Under The […]