The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

January 31, 2016 10:00 am · 3 comments

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ACCIDENTS:

  • None.

ARRESTS:

  • 1537 Kirker Pass Rd.  Possess Controlled Substance.  A 30 year old transient was arrested after being contacted by officers.  He was transported to the Concord Police Department for booking.  (01/22/16 – 08:05 hrs.)
  • Oakhurst/Yolanda Cir.  Drive While License Suspended.  A 23 year old Concord male was arrested for Vehicle Code violations.  He was released on his signed notice to appear.  (01/24/16 – 16:10 hrs.)
  • Kirker Pass Rd./Clayton Rd.  Warrant.  A 29 year old Brentwood man was arrested after being contacted by officers.  He was released on his signed notice to appear.  (01/27/16 – 00:37 hrs.)
  • 6000 Heritage Trail.  Warrant.  A 35 year old Pleasant Hill female was arrested after being contacted by officers.  She was released on her signed notice to appear.  (01/27/16 – 01:58 hrs.)

BURGLARIES/THEFTS:

  • None.

VANDALISMS:

  • None.
1 TIFOKCIS January 31, 2016 at 11:54 AM

It would be interesting to see the stats on how many of those Evil Clayton Snobs are contacted by LE in Concord, Pleasant Hill, Brentwood and found to have suspended DL, warrants and dope.

Snobs ruin everything draining police resources, lowering property values and attracting the ilk…………………NOT!

2 X Concord January 31, 2016 at 2:17 PM

Clayton IS a town with it’s act together. Everyone works together to keep in a wonderful place to live…. residents even pick up trash that they see while walking
( funny that you don’t see this in poorer surrounding communities. It’s called taking pride)
And I bet that most all Clayton residents do keep their car registrations current and their bank accounts balanced… sketch cards trimmed ….it’s called being responsible.
This point was crystallized in my mind by nonother than a local fireman who I spoke to at a past Oktoberfest Street Fair in Clayton. In discussing what a wonderful event & town it was, he said how happy he was to been transferred there because it’s a pleasure to work in a town whose people ‘ have thier act together ‘. Those were his words as he went on to describe the other local town he used to work in, and all the daily problems caused by dysfunctional people and the trouble that it brought.
What I find interesting and irritating is how others will criticize a good community it’s virtues…. then probably even add something about privilege when all it is is good old fashioned hard work responsibility and manners

3 aghast January 31, 2016 at 2:54 PM

It would seem logical that if someone has an outstanding warrant or is driving on a suspended license and hasn’t taken care of their problems that they shouldn’t be arrested AGAIN and released upon their written promise to appear. How ludicrous is this??

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