The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report – Warrant Arrest, DUI, Burglary

March 9, 2014 16:00 pm · 9 comments


Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report:

FOR THESE DATES: February 28, 2014 – March 6, 2014

The times shown indicate when the incident was reported to the PD.


  • None reported


  • 6100 Clayton Rd. Warrant. A 37-year-old Concord male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service. He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking. (3/4/14 – 2031 hrs.)
  • 5400 Clayton Rd. DUI; Drive Without a License. A 63-year-old Bay Point male was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code violations. He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking. (3/5/14 – 0132 hrs.)


  • Roundhill Pl. Burglary – Residential. (03/02/14 – 1312 hrs.)


  • None reported.
Anon March 9, 2014 at 4:36 PM

Maybe DeSauler and Bonita can now recognize that letting felons out early isn’t working.

@Anon, #1---Maybe you should recognize the Court ordered their release March 9, 2014 at 8:10 PM

or moving them to County facilities, instead of housing them in state prisons.

Mother trucker March 9, 2014 at 8:46 PM

I call constantly about a guy riding a dirt bike through the neighborhood fast blowing through stop signs, no helmet, and revving it up, it is very annoying.
They don’t do crap, like I’m annoying them for calling, I was asked by the dispatch what the problem was, really!

Mother trucker March 9, 2014 at 8:47 PM

Sorry my last comment was about the Concord PD

Funnyclown March 9, 2014 at 9:27 PM


Maybe u should try sending letters to the chief, and i mean various letters to really get attention if no response after first. Maybe even through certified mail would help. Just an idea.

Michelle March 9, 2014 at 9:28 PM

It seems Clayton has been busy……! Glad to see they’re on top of things.

Anon March 9, 2014 at 10:19 PM


Maybe you should kiss my a$$

Anon March 10, 2014 at 12:16 AM


Next time there is a town meeting, ask to speak someone there. This will get you in contact with the right people. Then when you get there, don’t wait in line behind the Chief of Police, like the rest. Instead speak to one of the other officers, if there are any. Any one if them can help give your complaint its proper attention. Plus if you have emailed or spoken to someone before hand, it is likely the officers will already know about your complaint and your presence will help to justify it and allow you to get that officers business card. Which might be handy next time you speak to a dispatcher who doesn’t under the meaning “law and order” or “protect and serve”.

PD March 10, 2014 at 8:21 AM

Wow thats so funny they deleted my earlier comment which spoke the truth prejudice people. Goes to show you the corruption in the police force.

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