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Dublin Police Track Attempted Murder Suspects to Home in Antioch

by ECT

On Thursday June 3, the Dublin Police Department, with the assistance of the Oakland Police Department and Antioch Police Department, identified Michael Roy, and a 17-year-old male juvenile responsible for the attempted homicide and robbery of a Dublin resident on June 2.

Roy and the 17-year-old juvenile were located in a residence in the City of Antioch along with several others. A search warrant was authored for the residence and during the search, four illegal handguns and rifle were located.

Roy was booked in Santa Rita Jail on numerous charges including attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and robbery. The juvenile was booked at the Alameda County Justice Center on similar chargers. The investigation continues in order to identify the third suspect in the incident.

In a release by Oakland Police, they said the suspects were tied to an armed robbery and multiple carjackings and also confirmed the individuals were connected to the Dublin attempted homicide.

Original Incident

On June 2 at approximately 7:30 pm, Dublin Police responded to Clifden Court following a report of a robbery and shooting in the area. Upon arrival, police learned that a 60-year-old male had returned home to his residence, and upon parking his vehicle, was approached by three unknown males, who demanded the resident’s belongings. A struggle ensued.

The three suspects physically assaulted the victim before robbing him of his personal belongings. The suspect ran to a nearby vehicle and the victim gave chase. The victim attempted to retrieve his stolen items from the suspect vehicle when he was shot by one of the suspects.

The suspects fled the scene, leaving behind the victim, suffering from the gunshot wound. Dublin police were unable to locate the suspects. The victim was transported to a local hospital and underwent surgery for his injuries. The victim was listed in stable condition and is expected to recover.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Captain Nate Schmidt at (925) 833-6626

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2 comments

Street-Sweeper Jun 4, 2021 - 6:26 pm

Bunch of [email protected] cowards preying on the vulnerable.

J. C. Rollins Jun 5, 2021 - 2:05 pm

Oh? They were tracked to Antioch? What a surprise! Who would have thunk!

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