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Walnut Creek Grab and Run Suspects Arrested in Antioch

by ECT

The Walnut Creek Police Department announced the arrest of five individuals in connection with a grab and run incident on September 13.

According to police, the grab and run of $7600 in merchandise occurred at Lululemon in Broadway Plaza. A vigilant citizen contacted Walnut Creek Police Department and gave a description of the vehicle that fled the scene.

This same vehicle had been involved in a theft the week prior from Lululemon where $4,000 in merchandise was also stolen.

The Walnut Creek Special Enforcement Team located the vehicle and the five suspects at a gas station in Antioch. All subjects were taken into custody and charged for grand theft, burglary, and conspiracy.

The suspects are Unique Evans, Samir Gray , Dewayne Harris, Erynn Chavis and a juvenile out of Antioch.

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Frank Oct 5, 2019 - 9:24 pm

Just figures they come and contribute to the most miserable city in east bay. Throw the book at them.

Larry Oct 5, 2019 - 10:48 pm

$11,000 in merchandise is a drop in the ocean for this company. But the racist ECT folks eat this up like hot cakes when they see a black persons mugshot. Great way of feeding racial bias ECT. Keep it going!

Skipper Oct 6, 2019 - 8:05 am

Citizens and consumers are fed up with the lawless behavior and its associated costs to us and our communities. There is racial bias as evidenced by the highly subjective comments posted here. It is also alleged that the suspects have done this before, since the vehicle was involved in a previous boosting heist at the same store. This article shows the Walnut Creek PD is able to do their jobs effectively, because it takes a village to stand up and do what’s right. From the commenters posts, Antioch PD doesn’t have the same community support to charge a suspect. Walnut Creek is not going to look at $11k and say it’s a “drop in the bucket” because once that mindset seeps in, you end up like Antioch, living amongst enablers. Stopping lawlessness means making hard choices and the suspects and judge will sort this out next.
In the meantime, Kudos to the vigilant citizens, store owners and Walnut PD for working together to bring these suspects to justice. People like me are happy to read updated reports such as this and don’t see boosting crimes as merely ‘a drop in the bucket’ but as a failure in these suspects systems that are now hurting society…this is a good time for it to stop.

Larry must be one too Oct 6, 2019 - 8:46 am

So the value of the items stolen make it ok? What an idiot!! And by the way it 4 blacks !! The Black Plague continues to spread!!
The ECT is printing facts.
Blacks committing crimes! Truth hurts!!

Fat boy Oct 5, 2019 - 11:25 pm

Next time stay in Antioch to do crimes don’t go to Walnut Creek or bentwood because police here they actually do their jobs!!!!!! I use to live in Antioch . Good luck calling and dealing with police in Antioch . Only people live there know what I’m talking about . I use to wanted to stay there to make the city better now me and all my friends give up because police there just don’t care !!!!! They really don’t care ! They get mad and find excuses to tell you how and why solve our problems and make Antioch a better place to live and for business just check out antioch downtown ? ? they can’t keep downtown safe . And now another side of Antioch knoll park country hills are all mess up dealing with drugs kids fighting . I’m so happy I moved out of the shit hole Antioch ! The city will never get better with this kind of police services ! Good luck

Fat boy Oct 5, 2019 - 11:31 pm

Who got them ? Antioch police ???? Oh no . Walnut Creek police came all the way here and got them . Wow surprise . Part of the reason Antioch is like this because police in Antioch doesn’t care and even police
Are scare of them . So just move out of Antioch let section 8 live with section 8 ?

ECT Oct 6, 2019 - 9:25 am

When people cannot behave, comments get deleted and I am closing comments on this thread.

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