Arrest Made, Charges Filed in October Murder in Antioch

By Acting Lt. Diane Aguinaga, Antioch Police Department Support Services Division

On June 8, 2012 the Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office filed murder charges against Damian Bradley (born 10/2/1987) in the shooting

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death of 20-year-old Dimontai Glaspie on October 8, 2011. Bradley is from San Francisco and Antioch. DNA matches and witness identification positively identified Bradley as the shooter in this case.

Bradley has an extensive criminal history. He was arrested for this case and a parole violation on May 18, 2012 in Antioch. He is being held at the Martinez Detention Facility.

On October 8, 2011, Antioch Police Officers responded to 2327 Dogwood Way in Antioch on a report of man who had been shot. Upon their arrivals, officers found Glaspie in front of a home with gunshot wounds. He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

A second suspect is still being sought by police.

Anyone with information regarding this murder or these suspects should call Detective Stenger at (925)779-6894.

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One Comment to “Arrest Made, Charges Filed in October Murder in Antioch”

  1. Lisa says:

    It’s interesting to me that you guys make an arrest NOT knowing who really did it! If police would have done the real labor work in looking for the actual killer… They would have listened to the talk in the streets like I did, they would have come across the same story I heard.. This person Damian looks nothing like the individual that was described by 2 other people? So how did he end up being charged?

    to my understanding… The person that did the actual crime is now out of state but I haven’t heard where as of yet! I hope this young man Damian gets out and sues the pants off the police department as well as the city for False Accusations.

    If I can be of any assistance to this young man and his family, I sure will because the Police DID NOT do their job accurately!


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