The Concord Police Weekly Burglary Report – 29 Burglaries in the Past 7 Days

June 13, 2014 8:00 am · 18 comments


This is the Concord Police weekly burglary report. Please click on the image for a much larger view.

This week, Concord had 29 burglaries. The week before, Concord had 20, and before that, Concord had 23 burglaries.

The last two numbers in each address have been deleted to respect the privacy of the victim(s).

According to the Concord Police, the report shown above might not include burglaries that are still under investigation.

5-0 Action June 13, 2014 at 8:04 AM

Would love to know what on earth has been happening at the Astound office parking lot on Mason Circle in Concord in the past two weeks. Yes, happened two times. Drove past there to see police cars swarming the lot and surrounded the same woman/car – arresting her both times! C’mon Claycord…what’s the scoop?

California Nightmare June 13, 2014 at 8:39 AM

Anybody surprised by this?

Electing liberals like Bonilla, DeSaulnier, and Brown who implement policies resulting in fewer and shorter jail sentences for criminals will result in more crimes.

29 burglaries in a week should be a wake up call. Let’s save our compassion for the victims of crime, and save our votes for politicians who stand with victims and not with criminals.

anon June 13, 2014 at 9:03 AM

It would be nice to hear if some of these were solved and someone is in custody.

Anon June 13, 2014 at 9:05 AM

These people can’t find regular jobs. The economy supposed to be booming, where are the jobs?

Your Reward June 13, 2014 at 9:51 AM

For electing democrats like moonbeam, Bonilla and DeSaulnier.

State wide property criminals now have to be turned back out onto the streets to prevent County Jail overcrowding. AB109 passed back in 2011 changed sentencing for 500 crimes, convicted Felons can now serve multi year sentences in County Jails, greatly reducing bed space for misdemeanor property criminals. Oh and they didn’t stop there, any sentence given is automatically CUT IN HALF.

Even with reduced sentences one inmate in Riverside County is serving a 12-year, 8-month sentence. Under AB109 there is a woman serving an 8 year sentence in San Luis Obispo County Jail, and an inmate serving a 12 year sentence in Ventura County Jail. That’s jail space that can’t be used to house misdemeanor criminals.

Feckless democrats simply voted to make their Prison overcrowding,
NOT their problem. They passed a law that gave the problem to the 58 Counties.

Deterrence of thru threat of incarceration for property crimes, breaking into vehicles businesses and residences, has been all but wiped out by democrats.

Now democrats will tell you they’ve expanded electronic monitoring, an if memory serves there was even a bill introduced to let boards of Supervisors Direct the use of electronic monitoring. Basically letting amateurs (politicians) override educated professionals, really (sarcasm) freaking brilliant idea.

Without deterrence it’s open season on your property and your families.

foonman June 13, 2014 at 9:58 AM

Now that schools out, lets see if crime increases……….

Open Your Eyes June 13, 2014 at 9:58 AM

REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY!! I’m shocked at how many people don’t bother being in tune with (or simply don’t want to get involved with) what’s going on around them!!

Clayton Dad June 13, 2014 at 10:13 AM

As a Clayton resident, I would like to thank the residents of Concord for robbing their neighbors instead of coming to our quaint little hamlet.

WC June 13, 2014 at 10:17 AM

Why get a job when you get get a government check? Get the check go rob houses for the day, smoke some meth at night, repeat.

PHILTHYphresh June 13, 2014 at 10:28 AM


Cuzzzzzzzzzzz June 13, 2014 at 11:11 AM

Anon #4 – these people don’t want jobs. They are lazy sloths that live off the system. And what the system doesn’t supply they steal.
Go to any county office where people apply for and recieve assistance. The Mercedes, BMW’s Lexus’s etc aren’t be driven by the county workers they are being driven by the “benefit recipients”………Welfare + selling drugs + stealing = a good life without having to work

Random Task June 13, 2014 at 11:41 AM

come on guys almost broke 30 we hit 35 and yes we can be pits/Antioch…..strive for more ……maybe we should ship in more thugs ….oh wait they are building their gang train already ……well wooot here is to the demise of our once proud area here

Cathy M. June 13, 2014 at 12:20 PM

@Random Task
When was anybody ever proud to be from Concord?

funny man June 13, 2014 at 12:46 PM

33% increase in the weekly daily average of 3 per day.
must be the summer heat.. drive the animals crazy

Random Task June 13, 2014 at 12:54 PM

I was …….

BagsFlyFree June 13, 2014 at 2:36 PM

Its getting warm outside people.. Cutback any overgrown hedges or trees that provide extra cover for perps to sneak in and wreak havoc. Cameras/fake cameras and infrequent trips home during the weekdays help as well..

BFF Out!!

Concordian June 13, 2014 at 4:52 PM

While this is a Concord news website, let’s make sure that we all know that crime and burglaries are increasingly happening everywhere. Not just Concord

Dennis June 13, 2014 at 5:02 PM

over 4/day avg just like the Big Cities! Thank AB109 for dumping criminals back on our streets. Thank Jerry Brown, who, when given a choice of spending tax dollars for more prisons, or spending it on welfare, housing, and a High Speed Rail that won’t arrive for 30 years, chose poorly.

In 1994 272,111 felons were released from State prisons. In the first 3 years after release, they committed
2,871 new homicides,
2,444 new rapes,
3,151 other new sexual assaults,
2,362 new kidnappings,
21,245 new robberies,
54,604 new assaults,
And 13,854 other new violent crimes.

That’s 33,000 new violent crimes per year.

Now thee are over 500,000 being released from prison annually, and the violent crimes are up proportionately. One third of the releases from incarceration are by California.

Still think Jerry Brown made the right choice? 200,000 new violent crimes each year, plus huge welfare/food stamps/section 8 costs vs. building new prions.

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