Antioch Police calls for service highlights, Dec. 30, 2015 – Jan. 6, 2016

As published in City Manager Steve Duran’s Weekly Report dated January 8, 2016 and provided by Chief of Police Allan Cantando. More serious or interesting crimes highlighted in bold.

EDITOR’S NOTE: There was an oversight and this list of Calls for Service was not posted on our website, until tonight. Thanks to reader Joe C. for catching the mistake.

Service Call & Arrest Data Summary:

Time Period: 12/31/15 00:00:00 – 01/06/16 23:59:59

Number of Calls for Service: 1,373

Number of Case Reports: 264

Number of Arrests: 60

Felony: 24

Misdemeanor: 36

Arrests with DUI charge: 1

The data is based upon unaudited CAD/RMS data at time of report generation.

  • ·On 1/6/16 at 7:07 pm, officers were called to the 3200 block of G St for a report of an injury accident. According to the reporting party, subjects were holding one male down, 32 year old John Foster, who attempted to flee from the scene. Upon arrival officers were advised that Foster was driving a white Honda at a high rate of speed on G Street and collided with the 45 year old victim as he was pulling out of his driveway. The Honda turned out to be a recently stolen vehicle out of Stockton and video of the incident showed Foster traveling approximately 60+ mph just prior to the accident. After colliding with the victim’s vehicle, Foster slammed into two more parked cars. Residents from 3221 G Street observed Foster trying to flee and detained him until officers arrived. Both Foster and the victim suffered numerous injuries as a result of the crash and were transported to a local hospital for treatment. Foster was released pending further investigation due to the extent of his injuries. The victim was expected to be released with minor injuries.
  • ·On 1/6/16 at 8:43 am, administration from Tobin World located at 2330 Country Hills Dr, called to report that two of their staff members assaulted a student yesterday (1/5/16) and had already been fired. The staff members were identified as 22 year old Chad Corbin and 26 year old Kamaljot Kaur who are both teachers’ aides. Officers responded to the school and interviewed several staff members, student witnesses, the victim, and reviewed video of the incident. They learned that Kaur called for assistance in her classroom because 9 year old male student was acting out of control. Corbin responded and assisted by wrapping his arms around the child to control him. Several other students became involved and one grabbed the victim by his feet to help control him. Kaur then struck the victim in the face (as seen on the video) after he was being restrained. Corbin eventually let go of the victim and Kaur approached him, pushed him to the ground, and assaulted the victim again. Kaur was contacted at her residence and admitted to losing her temper and assaulting the victim. She was arrested without incident and booked at county jail for felony child abuse. Corbin was contacted at his residence and provided a statement that he was trying to help control the victim when the assault occurred and he had no idea Kaur was going to assault the victim. He was not arrested at this time, but the investigation is continuing.
  • ·On 1/6/16 at 2:35 am, the mother of 24 year old Stephanie Sorano and 21 year old Nadine Sorano called stating the two sisters were intoxicated and in a physical fight with each other. When officers arrived, the sisters were on the ground with handfuls of each other’s hair. The officers had to pry them apart to separate them. Nadine struck an officer twice in the face before he could gain control of her. Stephanie was cited and released at the scene. Nadine was sent to county jail where she continued to be uncooperative. The officer who was struck sustained a swollen lip but did not need medical attention. The only injuries to the sisters were from each other.
  • ·On 1/6/16 at 12:53 am, the 21 year old male victim and his 20 year old girlfriend arrived at their home in the 1800 block of Modoc Ct home to find the male victim’s cousin, 19 year old Francisco Lopez-Martinez, in front of the house asking to use the phone. Lopez-Martinez used the telephone then 23 year old Carlos Ventura and 21 year old Alex Rangel came into the residence. Ventura was armed with a handgun and they robbed the victims. The male victim was pistol whipped and received lacerations to his face. Ventura, Rangel, and Lopez-Martinez fled with cell phones, cash, and keys. The male victim went to a local hospital for treatment. The investigation is on-going.
  • ·On 1/5/16 at 8:19 pm, an employee of Burger King located in the 4600 block of E 18th St was working the front counter when a male in his mid 30’s entered the store armed with a black revolver and demanded the cash drawer. The suspect threatened to shoot the employee and other customers in the business. The employee gave the suspect the cash drawer which he took and fled the scene. Oakley PD responded because they just had an attempted robbery of one of their business on the Antioch/Oakley border with a matching suspect description. The suspect was not located.
  • ·On 1/5/16 at 10:05 am, while the 58 year old property owner was checking on his vacant rental property in the 4400 block of Elk Dr, he heard someone inside. He called the police and we ultimately detained 26 year old Eddie Ford squatting inside. Ford was arrested for felony vandalism due to the extensive damage in the room he was squatting in. Ford was transported to the county jail.
  • ·On 1/5/16 at 9:39 am, 38 year old Richard Kearnes was extremely intoxicated (again) and passed out next to the Food Maxx on Lone Tree Way. Kearnes was not able to stand on his own and an ambulance was called for him. He was arrested and cited so that he could be transported to a local hospital for treatment of extreme intoxication.
  • ·On 1/4/16 at 10:50 pm, an officer was on routine patrol when he heard the alarm sounding at 1409 Auto Center Dr (Blue Star Heating and Air) and noticed the glass door had been broken out. At about this same time dispatch was receiving the burglary alarm call. Several units arrived and set up on the business. A police K9 was used to search the business and alerted on one particular locked door. We attempted to locate and get a subscriber to respond but were unsuccessful. Based on the short time frame of the incident and the K9’s alert on only this particular door it was forced open but no one was found inside.
  • ·On 1/4/16 at 9:01 pm, an officer on routine patrol saw 28 year old Brandon Hill enter Burger King on Mahogany Dr. The officer was aware Hill had an outstanding felony warrant for robbery. He contacted Hill and took him into custody without incident. He was sent to county jail.
  • ·On 1/4/16 at 4:36 pm, an officer was conducting follow up on a robbery report he took yesterday. He contacted the responsible, 22 year old Lontrice Ray at the 2400 block of Sequoia Dr and was able to take her into custody without incident. Ray was booked and sent to county jail. None of the property taken during the robbery was recovered.
  • ·On 1/4/16 at 1:25 pm, the 37 year old male victim was near the east side of the Lone Tree Way Community Center when an unknown male suspect approached him and brandished a pistol. The suspect took his wallet at gunpoint and then fled on foot towards the back of the community center. The victim was not injured during this incident. An extensive area check was conducted, but the suspect was not located.
  • ·On 1/4/16 at 12:10 pm, the 32 year old male victim was driving in the above area when he noticed a newer black Chrysler 300 following him. The victim made several turns to evade them, but he wound up running into them again because he was not familiar with the area. The Chrysler fell in behind his vehicle again and an unknown male passenger with leaned out of the window with a black semi-auto pistol and shot at his car approximately 10 times. The victim fled the area at a high rate of speed and ran several stop lights to get away. The victim stopped at Chichibu Park and we contacted him. The victim did not recognize the shooter or the car, and he claimed that he did not know why anyone would be shooting at him. The victim and his vehicle were not struck by bullets. We located the crime scene and recovered several 9mm casings in the intersection of Oak Haven Way and Mesa Ridge Dr. We searched the area and completed a neighborhood canvass. No other witnesses were located, and there is no other known damage.
  • ·On 1/3/16 at 6:00 pm, APD received a call from Sutter Delta hospital that an 18 year old male victim was in the ER being treated for a gunshot wound to his calf. Upon making contact, the victim advised he was shot about an hour earlier while walking on W. 6th Street near A Street. The victim had a through and through wound to his leg. He was very vague on details, could not provide any real suspect information, and had some conflicts in his statements. When confronted with the change in his story he blamed it on the pain medication. There were no shots fired called in the area he described being shot at. Officers checked the area for any evidence and were not able to locate any that would indicate a shooting actually took place. Although his injuries were not life threatening, the victim was transferred to another hospital. The victim’s father later called dispatch and advised dispatch his son was shot by “Marlon.” The victim’s father was in Mexico and we were unable to make contact with him to verify this information.
  • ·On 1/3/16 at 4:21 pm, Officers were dispatched to the apartment complex located at 2301 Sycamore Dr on the report of a verbal argument with shots fired. Responding Officers located a vehicle fleeing the area at high speed, stopped the vehicle, and detained the occupants. 19 year old Ronvell Scheneck and a 17 year old male were in the car and found to be in possession of firearms. They were arrested as well as 22 year old Dominic Pedrelli and 25 year old Darrell Crane. The victim was not injured and advised he was shot at by subjects and returned fire with a shotgun after an argument with the boyfriend of the female in unit #164. Several spent shell casings were located and collected at the scene. The suspects continued to fire at the victim as they fled through the complex. The gunfire struck three occupied apartment units. A second 19 year old victim was in an unrelated apartment sustained a non-life threatening gunshot wound to her abdomen that did not penetrate her abdominal wall. A third victim, age 29, was in her bedroom when her apartment was shot at several times, she was unharmed. Scheneck was booked into county jail and the 17 year old male suspect was sent to Juvenile Hall. The other two suspects were later released pending further investigation. There is still one outstanding suspect.
  • ·On 1/3/16 at 1:33 pm, an officer observed 29 year old Eric Butson loitering in the parking lot of the Executive Inn at 515 E 18th St. Upon seeing the police Butson fled into a room with several boxes of new Dewalt power tools. During the investigation it was learned the room was rented to a female who used a stolen identification. She was contacted and lied about her name using the stolen identification. She was identified as 34 year old Catalina Hernandez and found to be on probation for theft. Butson was contacted hiding in the room and also lied about his name. He was found to be on parole. As the investigation continued the officer uncovered a moderate identity theft operation with stolen ID’s, personal information, and new unaccounted for merchandise. Both were sent to the county jail.
  • ·On 1/3/16 at 10:29 am, an unwanted guest was loitering at the play structure of Carl’s Jr’s at 4194 Lone Tree Way making everyone feel uncomfortable. Upon contact it was learned that 32 year old Chris Fraulino had a warrant for his arrest. He was arrested transported to county jail.
  • ·On 1/3/16 at 4:30 am, officers were dispatched to a vehicle fire at 234 Crest St. Upon arrival, they located a fully engulfed Buick that was parked on the street. The vehicle was unoccupied, clear in the system, and registered to 35 year old Patrice Glaude of Pittsburg. Pittsburg Police Department did an outside assist and advised that no one was home at Glaude’s residence. Officers were unable to contact Glaude as of this writing.
  • ·On 1/2/16 at 11:08 pm, an officer located an occupied stolen vehicle traveling east bound on Lone Tree Way. An enforcement stop was conducted and the driver, 24 year old Ashley Buggs, was detained without incident. Buggs was booked into county jail for auto theft.
  • ·On 1/2/16 at 9:38 pm, a 55 year old male flagged down an officer to report being the victim of an armed robbery in the Sycamore Dr and Lemontree Way area. The victim described doing a “business transaction” in the Lemontree alleyway with a male who arrived in a vehicle. The two began fighting and more subjects exited the car including one with a shotgun according to the victim. They took his wallet containing $300 dollars cash and left the scene. He was not injured and provided little information which would help with identification of the suspects.
  • ·On 1/2/16 at 9:30 pm, 31 year old Chino Jones was observed by officers riding his bicycle on the wrong side of the roadway with no lighting equipment. A traffic enforcement stop was conducted and Jones provided a false name to officers. He consented to a search and a BB gun was located which had been modified to hold live ammunition in the barrel. Officers continued their search and located more ammunition and a glass pipe. Jones continued to lie about his name and eventually we discovered his true identity through fingerprinting. Jones had two outstanding warrants and was also on felony probation. He was sent to county jail. This was not the first time Jones had been arrested with a similar gun converted to hold actual ammunition.
  • ·On 1/2/16 at 7:30 pm, 33 year old Douglas Kennedy was being seen at Sutter Delta Hospital for a laceration to his hand. He was heavily intoxicated and decided he no longer wished to receive care. He began running around the hospital and police were called. Prior to our arrival he fled the hospital running north on Lone Tree Way. Officers located him in the intersection of A St and E Tregallas Rd walking in traffic. He was detained and submitted to a preliminary alcohol screening device which came back as a .207% blood alcohol. His injury to his hand was minor and Sutter did not wish to have him returned to the hospital. He was transported to county jail for a sobering period.
  • ·On 1/2/16 at 12:23 pm, we received calls of a male running near the park naked. 36 year old John Pavlin was contacted and found to have a warrant for his arrest. Pavlin was arrested and sent to Martinez Detention Facility.
  • ·On 1/2/16 at 7:44 am, a homemade explosive device was found in the parking lot of Delta Beauty College located at 320 H St. The device had exploded sometime during the night and caused minor damage to the building. An arson investigator responded and took over the investigation. No suspect info at this time.
  • ·On 1/1/16 at 7:05 pm, for the second night in a row, we received a call from an anonymous subject stating there was a fight at the address located in the 1500 block of Barkley Ct. We also had information that 36 year old Atilua Siona had an outstanding felony warrant and was at the residence. Upon arrival we surrounded the house and residents were refusing to answer the door. As we were on the perimeter, an officer observed Siona looking out of an upstairs window. After a long failed negotiation attempt, we eventually forced entry and took Siona into custody without further incident. Siona was booked into county jail.
  • ·On 1/1/16 at 3:03 pm, Officers were dispatched to Victory Tune located at 301 W 6th St on the report of a male slumped over the wheel of a vehicle. 23 year old Mario Fregoso was contacted in the vehicle and was found to be in possession of cocaine and heroin. Fregoso was arrested and later cite released.
  • ·On 1/1/16 at 6:48 am, 37 year old Joseph Simpson lives at a residence in the 3700 block of Almondwood Dr. alone. His 26 year old girlfriend and another couple, ages 19 and 21 years old came over to Simpson’s house for New Years. Simpson’s girlfriend started fighting with the 19 year old female and Simpson started fighting with the 21 year old male. During the two fights, Simpson obtained his AR-15 from his bedroom and struck 21 year old male in the face with the barrel of the rifle while ordering him and the 19 year old female to leave his residence. They left, but called APD reporting the incident. Officers contacted the victims in front of the residence upon arrival. Both were covered in blood. Simpson and his girlfriend were eventually called out of the residence and detained. During a protective sweep of the residence the illegal AR-15 was located loaded in the front room. A large scale marijuana grow and hash oil lab were also located inside the home. Simpson admitted to running the hash oil operation. Narcotic detectives were called to the scene and obtained a search warrant for the residence. Simpson was arrested for manufacturing a controlled substance, illegal possession of an assault rifle and violation of probation. Simpson was booked into county jail. The other three did not desire prosecution against each other for the mutual assaults.
  • ·On 1/1/16 at 3:13 am, Officers were dispatched to a vehicle that had stopped in the middle of the road and turned its lights off near the intersection of Hillcrest Ave and Via Dora Dr. Officers found the vehicle at the above location. 42 year old Kapri Diaz was in the driver seat and refused to unlock her door or roll down her window. 49 year old Fernando Llamas was sitting on a fence on the side of the road next to the vehicle. Llamas approached officers and began challenging them to fight while calling them names and stating the police had shot his nephew. Officers pointed their Tasers at Llamas at which time his demeanor changed and he was placed into handcuffs. Llamas was intoxicated and arrested for being drunk in public. Diaz eventually opened her car door and was also uncooperative. She was intoxicated and belligerent. She refused field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested for DUI and transported to county jail. A search warrant had to be obtained for a blood draw.
  • ·On 1/1/16 at 2:30 am, a 17 year old male victim rode in a car with his 18 year old friends to a house party at an unknown address near Raley’s. The party had approximately 50 people. While at the party, the victim became separated from his friends and walked to the front yard to look for them. He was hit in the head from behind and lost consciousness. The victim’s friends found him unconscious in the front yard and woke him up. The victim discovered his cell phone and $50 in cash was missing from his pockets. The friends drove the victim to a local hospital for treatment and left the scene. They had not been located for interviews as of this writing.
  • ·On 12/31/15 at 11:23 am, 37 year old Richard Kearns was in front of Chevron at 4700 Lone Tree Way intoxicated. Kearns was unable to care for his safety and was placed under arrest. Kearns was released after a sobering period at APD.
  • ·On 12/31/15 at 1232 am, a security officer for 2400 Horizon Lane observed 33 year old Sarah Jaramillo wondering around the complex looking into cars and talking to herself. The security officer approached her to find out what she was doing and she became belligerent with him. At one point she reached into the small of her back and stated he needed to back off or he would get hurt. The security officer drew his weapon and Jaramillo eventually backed down. She fled behind a building when officers arrived but was quickly detained. Jaramillo was intoxicated and had no business on the property so she was placed under citizen’s arrest for trespassing and being under the influence. She was sent to county jail.
  • ·On 12/31/15 at 8:19 pm, 23 year old Tommy Walker was kicked out of the holiday shelter the church at the 3700 block of E 18th St was providing after he was found to be intoxicated. Walker continued drinking and began harassing staff and causing a disturbance. Officers responded and took him into custody. While in the patrol car he began kicking the rear passenger window. He was extracted from the vehicle, placed into a restraint device, and sent to county jail.
  • ·On 12/30/15 at 10:30 pm, 37 year old Kentrell Hall showed up at the 2300 block of Manzanita Way and began banging on the door and demanding to be let in. Hall did not live there and the occupants did not know him. Hall was contacted by officers and found to be extremely intoxicated to the point that he could barely stand. He was arrested and transported to county jail for a sobering period.
  • ·On 12/30/2015 at 9:13 pm, officers contacted the 57 year old male in the lobby of the police department. The victim lives in the 3200 block of Ashley Way and has been renting a room to 53 year old Daniel Hard for the past few months. The night before at approximately 3:00 am, the victim confronted Hard about having several unknown people in the house. Hard punched the victim in the face causing several fractures, swelling, and bruising. The victim drove himself to an area hospital for treatment and then came to APD. Hard is on parole out of Lake County and had an active warrant for violating the terms of his release. We responded to the residence and located a brand new Chevy Tahoe in the driveway. The vehicle was found to be stolen/ embezzled out of LA. During a search of the residence, Hard and 30 year old Lisa Stubbs were both found hiding inside and taken into custody. Stubbs had a probation violation warrant for auto theft out of Sonoma County. Keys to the Tahoe were found inside Hard’s bedroom. A search of the Tahoe yielded a large amount of processed marijuana and a loaded revolver. Additional ammunition, marijuana, packaging and scales were located in Hard’s bedroom. Both subjects were booked at county jail.
  • ·On 12/30/15 at 2:57 pm, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of D St for a report of a missing 82 year old male who had driven off in a vehicle. The man’s wife stated he did not have a license and suffered from dementia. He was supposed to walk to the liquor store but instead took their pick-up truck. Officers conducted an area check and put out a county wide bulletin for the 82 year old male. Approximately 2 1/2 hours later we received a call from a 15 year old male on Peachtree Circle who stated someone was at the door speaking Spanish. The male was yelling that the occupants of the house had his tools. Officers overheard the call come out and based on the description of the male, responded to the address. Upon arrival they located the 82 year old and his truck and returned him to his own home.


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