The Concord Police Weekly Burglary Report – 18 Burglaries Between Aug. 07 – Aug. 13

August 19, 2018 13:00 pm · 14 comments

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

The last two numbers in some of the addresses have been deleted to help protect the victims.

According to the Concord Police, the report shown above only includes approved reports. Some burglary reports might not be written or completely approved, which is why they are not included in this post.

Ricardoh August 19, 2018 at 1:16 PM

One or two thefts from autos are not enough to be alarmed about but the numbers are getting high enough and the damage is bad enough to increase the penalty for breaking into cars. Catch them and jail them for a longer period of time. Or don’t and let the madness carry on.

Shoulda Coulda August 20, 2018 at 11:16 AM

Ricardoh- I’m with you! It’s time for tougher laws.
Look at the out of control problem they’re having
in San Francisco with auto burglaries. They
recently arrested a gang of 12 men for breaking
into cars in the Japantown area. Before that in
the last seven years they had 81,000 auto
burglaries for which there were 13 arrests.
It’s easy enough for the burglars to take a free
ride on BART and travel to other cities too.

Anonymous August 19, 2018 at 2:40 PM

Something shady going on here. What’s burglary – non vehicle ?Did that replace residential burglary and why ? It a house gets broken into, just say so
Don’t try to fool us.

Sick of it August 19, 2018 at 5:10 PM

It’s the politically correct way of saying crime is out of control and we can’t do anything

oh wow August 19, 2018 at 6:00 PM

I can’t believe it…FIVE car burglaries on Tamori Lane???? What’s going on with that?

Pony August 19, 2018 at 7:48 PM

Those were non-vehicle so I would guess those are residential

Jo August 19, 2018 at 8:43 PM

Oh wow, that was “non-vehicle burg” on Tamori and it’s 1 instance, not 5. It has 1 case number.

Anonymous August 20, 2018 at 8:20 AM

I love it . We can reclassify crime by adding “non” in front of crimes.
We can have non adult molests , non animal homicides . The list goes on.

How dumb do they think we are?

Non-Anonymous August 20, 2018 at 1:39 PM

There are two kinds of burglary in California. Vehicle and Residential. If it’s non-(not doing; not involved with) vehicle then it must be…..wait for it….Residential.

It’s not a matter of being dumb, it’s simply of no critical thinking.

WC Resident August 20, 2018 at 2:17 PM

@Non-Anonymous – There’s far more than two kinds of burglary in California. You should look at the California penal code before throwing out a wildly uninformed guess. I would start with PC 459. I counted and there seem to be 22 different types of places that can be burgled under PC 459.

If you enter my outhouse with intent to commit grand or petit larceny or any felony then you are guilty of burglary under PC 459. You will be listed in Concord PD’s weekly list as a non-vehicle burglary. If caught in the act then I would hope that, you, and my outhouse, would be featured on Claycord.

Non-Annonymous August 20, 2018 at 6:50 PM

WC Resident:

There are ONLY two types of burglaries in the state of California. 1st Degree – 460(a) and 2nd Degree – 460(b) PC to include 459.5 PC shoplift burglary which was only put on the books to prevent the DA from prosecuting it as a felony and previously was prosecuted as 460(b) PC wobbler.

460(a) is entering into an inhabited dwelling or vessel with the intent to commit grand or petty theft or any other felony and 460(b)/459.9 PC: Every other possible burglary that is not residential.

Since Concord PD is TELLING you it’s not 460(b) or 459.9 PC because they specifically list both vehicle and shoplift separately and unless you are naive enough to believe there were ZERO Res Burgs in Concord during this reporting period, the ONLY possible thing that it can possibly be under the law is a Residential Burglary 460(a).

Simply because you were able to count 22 possible places that could be burglarized does not mean there are 22 different laws covering the crime of burglary.

You want to argue criminal law I’m your man. I will put my 30 years of LE experience against your googling for an answer.

Dr Jrllyfinger August 20, 2018 at 2:07 PM

What if it’s a business that gets burgled?

Dr. Jellyfinger August 20, 2018 at 8:42 PM

I think that one is called commercial burglary…… or is that when one company steals another’s idea for a commercial?

Anonymous August 20, 2018 at 4:28 PM

Non-anonymous. Your comment has been down graded to a non-comment.
Please surrender your non computer.

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