Suspect Flees on Foot Near Solano Drive-In After Police Pursuit from Martinez to Concord

April 12, 2014 0:46 am · 12 comments

A Martinez police pursuit involving a stolen vehicle ended in Concord after the suspect fled on foot near the Solano Drive-In.

Police currently have a perimeter set up in the area, and are searching for the suspect.

The suspect is described as a white male adult in a gray hoodie and blue jeans. He was last seen running into the Dalis-Gardens Mobile Home Park near the drive-in.

UPDATE, 12:46am: Concord Police are on scene assisting with the search.

UPDATE, 1:11am: The suspect has not been located.

1 anon April 12, 2014 at 2:12 AM

well, if Figo had been there this would have turned out differently.

2 Why... April 12, 2014 at 6:45 AM

dose that not surprise me. There’s a million
places to hide over there.

3 Nona April 12, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Yeah some pills would have been confiscated and never turned into evidence.

4 The dude April 12, 2014 at 8:42 AM

Doesn’t surprise me, probably those kids that call themselves “team 925″ from Martinez who have been stealing cars for years now

5 Just sayin April 12, 2014 at 9:16 AM

Man, Concord’s cops are letting a lot of scum bags get away. But the thug they were chasing probably lived in that mobile home park. It is a blot on the community and should be razed.

6 Officer: Plant feet, take aim, squeeze trigger..... April 12, 2014 at 9:22 AM

It might sound excessive to shoot a fleeing suspect, but consider that he may knock on some old woman’s door, slash her throat, and steal her car……Never pass up an opportunity to legally exterminate a Peuking Maggot…

7 KenInConcord April 12, 2014 at 6:24 PM

It seems like there is a huge loophole in the way PD is searching for suspects, the bad guys are getting away more often the they get caught.

I was right next to the white Cadilac at the end of the pursuit with concord..
That car was followed by 5-7 units and the guy makes his getaway by jumping a fence? So that is what it takes Jump a fence? And the whole police force stops the chase and goes into a “perimeter mode” and moves in slow motion…… Wait for a helicopter, maybe get a dog if there’s one around, for the next hour 20 cops stood next to the Cadilac talking, as if the guy would return there and ask for his car back.

8 The Theorist April 12, 2014 at 8:40 PM

Why is this becoming a weekly event?
When this becomes a nightly event, will we ask ourselves where the problem lies. Or just stick our heads in the ground and lock the windows.

9 Barbara April 12, 2014 at 9:24 PM

Listen “just sayi ” that “blot on the community” is Senior Retirement Community with awell kept grounds a no car thieves! The reside ts are all ,ovely middle class seniors not thugs. Next time have all your facts before you open your big fat mouth

10 Granny Snagkitten April 12, 2014 at 9:56 PM

Don..don, don’t l..l ..look in m..m.. my coach! He h, he ain’t in h h here!

11 Kenny April 12, 2014 at 10:10 PM

@Just Sayin

What exactly makes you say that a retirement park is a “blot on the community”? I thinks it’s time for you to crawl back under your bridge little troll.

12 @KenIn... April 12, 2014 at 10:20 PM

I agree , I happened to listen from the beginning,
and was astounded at the confusion and poor
cooperation throughout the chase and attempt
at setting up a perimeter. These guys must not
live in Concord, they couldn’t get streets right,
directions of travel. That creep is lucky they
didn’t track him down by his laughter.
And I too don’t understand the crowd of Cops
I’ve seen standing around b’sing at scenes like
this. I know we need goo police officers, where can
we find them?

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