Antioch man shot multiple times at Jack In The Box on Lone Tree Way, Sunday afternoon

By Sgt. Mike Hulsey, Antioch Police Field Services Bureau

On Sunday, January 26, 2014 at approximately 4:07 P.M., Antioch Police Officers responded to 4801 Lone Tree Way (Jack In The Box) on a report that a subjecthad been shot. The victim, a 33-year-old Antioch man, was located there and appeared to have multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to a hospital where he is being treated for his injuries. The case is currently being investigated.

No suspect information is available at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to call the Antioch Police Department at (925) 778-2441 or they may also text an anonymous tip to 274637 (CRIMES) using the key word ANTIOCH in the body of the text.

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4 Comments to “Antioch man shot multiple times at Jack In The Box on Lone Tree Way, Sunday afternoon”

  1. karl says:

    we’re now 3 month past measure c passed. our mayor, as the campaign leader, former cop of 24 years, promised the hiring of 22 officers “immediately” till now nobody got hired, even there are 18 authorized and funded positions on the book. i strongly suggest all the measure c supporter look up the meaning of the word “immediately” .
    as of last week, and per city hr, only 5 applicants are in the loop. even if those 5 are hired, that is only replacement level. our crime is out of control, and our city council still have not presented any plan at all, 3 council members run their re-election “though on crime” but also have not presented any plan. mayor harper created a sub-crime committee, which has never met.
    no summary/ feed back or anything for that matter came out of the “town hall” meeting at antioch high.
    just as a reminder: measure c tax starts collecting in april, and antioch will receive money as the earliest in september.

    right now the council, and the hired consultant ( we’re paying her $ 44,000) having micky mous meetings, dreaming about the annexation, ferry, and god knows what else.

    there should be no more meetings, and no more power point presentation, no more promises.

    WE NEED ACTION

    hire back all code enforcement people back, and all cso’s, which will free up 20 officers right away, which could go on the street.

    kick out the political party people out of the police sub-station at the community center, lone-tree way. station some cops there, like promised. that would reduce the response time by 50%.

    built up a police reserve group

    out source the prisoner transport to a private company.

    STOP PROMISING – THE CITY NEEDS ACTION

  2. karl says:

    go to the city council meetings and demand change/ action

  3. Arne says:

    I will be swearing-in four new police officers in February.

  4. karl says:

    hi arne,

    are we replacing officers (retirement/ transfers etc)or are we actually putting extra feet on the ground?

    thanks

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