The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report – Cruelty to a Child, Burglary, DUI x2 + MORE

November 15, 2015 16:00 pm · 7 comments

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The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report:

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

ACCIDENTS:

  • Oakhurst Dr./Eagle Peak Ave.  Minor Injuries.  (11/12/15 – 1002 hrs.)

ARRESTS:

  • 5400 Clayton Rd.  Obstruct/Etc. Business Operations/Refuse to Leave.  A 39-year-old Concord male was arrested after being contacted by officers.  He was released on his signed promise to appear.  (10/31/15 – 2051 hrs.)
  • El Camino Dr.  Drive While License Suspended: DUI; Warrant.  A 36-year-old  Pittsburg male was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code violations.  He was transported to Martinez Detention facility for booking.  (11/4/15 – 0938 hrs.)
  • Diablo St./Morris St.  DUI: Alcohol; DUI Alcohol/Over .08%; Probation Violation.  A  24-year-old Concord female was arrested after being contacted by officers.  She was transported to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.  (11/05/15 – 0015 hrs.)
  • Pebble Beach Dr.  Willful Cruelty to Child: Possible Injury/Death.  A 46-year-old Clayton female was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.  She was transported to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.  (11/06/15 – 2022 hrs.)
  • 5400 Clayton Rd.  Obstruct/Etc. Business Operations/Refuse to Leave; Probation Violation.  A 34-year-old Concord male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.  He was released on his signed promise to appear.  (11/11/15 – 0442 hrs.)
  • Panadero Wy.  Contempt of Court: Disobey Court Order/Etc.; Threaten Crime With Intent to Terrorize; Vandalism.  A 32-year-old transient male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.  He was transported to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.  (11/11/15 – 1258 hrs.)
  • Oak St./Douglas Rd.  Grand Theft; Receive/Etc. Known Stolen Property; Conspiracy to Commit a Misdemeanor; Possess/Etc. Burglary Tools.  A 30-year-old Concord      male and 33-year-old Concord male were arrested after being contacted by officers.  They were transported to Concord Police Department for booking.  (11/12/15 – 0115 hrs.)

BURGLARIES/THEFTS:

  • 5400 Clayton Rd.  Petty Theft.  (11/01/15 – 1651 hrs.)
  • Four Oaks Ln.  Burglary – Vehicle.  (11/02/15 – 0507 hrs.)
  • Clark Creek Cr.  Burglary – Vehicle.  (11/02/15 – 0649 hrs.)
  • Clark Creek Cr.  Burglary – Vehicle.  (11/02/15 – 0709 hrs.)
  • Malibu Ct.  Petty Theft.  (11/04/15 – 1907 hrs.)
  • Main St.  Burglary – Commercial.  (11/10/15 – 0852 hrs.)
  • Salazar Ct.  Petty Theft.  (11/11/15 – 1057 hrs.)
  • Pine Hollow Rd. Burglary – Residential.  (11/11/15 – 1258 hrs.)

VANDALISMS:

  • Stranahan Cr.  (11/07/15 – 2142 hrs.)
1 What? November 15, 2015 at 4:50 PM

Cruelty to a child, resulting in possible injury/death…on Pebble Beach Dr in Clayton, what is wrong with people?

2 anon November 15, 2015 at 5:07 PM

Increase in crime under new Chief?

3 thx4youropinion November 15, 2015 at 7:19 PM

No, anon #2. Maybe it’s increase in arrest. Pull up the tent and move to Hercules.
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I’d like to learn more about this 46-yr-old arrested for “Willful Cruelty to Child: Possible Injury/Death.”

4 anon November 15, 2015 at 8:35 PM

@ thx4youropinion, You’re at Hercules now? Did you get rid of all the mosquitoes?

5 anonanonagain November 16, 2015 at 10:07 AM

Cruelty to a child. If that is the mother then she should be thrown to the lions. If that is the caretaker of that child for the day she should be the appetizer for the lions…..What in the **** is wrong with people??

6 Banjo November 16, 2015 at 12:33 PM

“Cruelty to a child” – how about cruelty to a 46 yr old. Happy this person was caught. To the person who did this, I’m your age if you want to go at it with someone your own size. Happy to teach you a lesson! But then again, you will probably learn that in jail once everyone finds out you hurt a child.

7 AnonReformed November 16, 2015 at 6:33 PM

Again tell me how the Martinez facility is not necessary?

And thanks for arresting these losers, and not releasing them on a promise to appear.

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