Antioch Police arrest three from out of town for stolen truck from San Mateo County Monday night

One of the three suspects being arrested. Photo by APD

From the Antioch Police Facebook page

Monday evening, March 5, 2018, Antioch Police Officer Blumberg located a reported stolen vehicle on Mahogany Way. The driver of the vehicle, a 22-year-old female from Pittsburg, pulled into the Burger King parking lot and stopped without incident. She, along with two passengers, a 24-year-old Martinez man, and a 27-year-old male from Walnut Grove were all detained at the scene.

The vehicle was found to be reported stolen out of San Mateo County. All three subjects were arrested, and the case remains under investigation.

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8 Comments to “Antioch Police arrest three from out of town for stolen truck from San Mateo County Monday night”

  1. RJB says:

    Seems like most crimes lead back to good ‘ol Antioch!

  2. Julio says:

    Knew I could count on you RJB.

  3. Just sayin says:

    RJB your so sure of your self why don’t you post your full name.

    • RJB says:

      You must be new here because most people here know my full name.

      I think the bigger fault here is your hypocrisy, Just Sayin.

      Also you forgot to put a ‘g’ in your last name, it’s misspelled.

      Gotta looove goood ‘ol ghetto Antioch!

      • Chandra says:

        The only Antioch connection here is that the APD caught them. These people are from other cities but come here to do their illegal business. I want to give!the APD a pat on the back because they’re really stepping up and making arrests. So instead of just calling folks ghetto be the change you want to see. Go to coffee with cops or city council meetings. The community needs it’s residents to be fed up enough to create positive change instead of name calling from behind a computer screen.

  4. RJB says:

    Gotta loooove Antioch and it’s ghetto ways!

    Here was an article on The Press with a headline about Antioch being like “no other place on earth”. Interesting how it talked about the crazy amount of homeless and encampments throughout the city.

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