Suspect Arrested Following Moraga-Orinda Police Chase, Shelter-In-Place AlertA shelter in place alert for residents living near Altamount Drive and La Cresta Road in Orinda was lifted after about 20 minutes Monday afternoon, following the arrest of a suspect who fled into the neighborhood.
UPDATE: Danville Officer Pleads Not Guilty in 2018 Shooting of Unarmed ManA Danville police officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of voluntary manslaughter and assault with a semi-automatic weapon for a 2018 on-duty fatal shooting.
Orinda Police Searching For Suspect In Series Of BurglariesAuthorities in Orinda said Monday they’re looking for a suspect in a series of commercial burglaries over the weekend.
Danville Officer Who Killed 2 Suspects In Separate Police Shootings Booked On Manslaughter, Assault ChargesContra Costa County Sheriff's deputy Andrew Hall, charged Wednesday with manslaughter and assault in the fatal shooting of a suspect in 2018 in Danville, was booked into county jail in Martinez Thursday, authorities said.
Suspect Arrested In Brick-Throwing Incident On Highway 242 In Concord That Killed GrandmotherA 46-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly tossing bricks onto state Highway 242 in Concord on multiple occasions, including one incident in which a grandmother was killed by a brick while riding with her grandchildren last year.
Update: Suspect Arrested in Antioch First Responders Drive-By Shooting; Discovery Bay Man's MurderA Stockton man who attempted to flee police during a two-county pursuit that ended in a crash in Richmond, was in custody Sunday after he allegedly wounded a firefighter and paramedic in a drive-by shooting in Antioch which followed the slaying of a man in Discovery Bay.
CoCo County Deputies Arrest Suspect for Sunday Fatal Shooting in Tara HillsSheriff's deputies on Friday arrested a suspect in the shooting death of a San Francisco man outside an apartment complex in the Tara Hills neighborhood of Contra Costa County.
UPDATE: Hit-And-Run Suspect Dies After Jumping Off Highway Overpass In ConcordA hit-and-run suspect died after jumping off a highway overpass in Concord following a chase involving sheriff's deputies Wednesday night, authorities said Thursday.
Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office Buys Drug-Testing Machine With State GrantThe Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office has received a $408,853 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to buy a liquid chromatography mass spectrometer enabling testing to detect drugs in prospective DUI cases, a sheriff's spokesman said Tuesday.
Contra Costa County Sheriff Investigating Inmate Death After Fight, Complications During SurgeryThe Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of an inmate who died Thursday night from complications during surgery following a fight with other inmates while in custody, authorities said.
Update: Knightsen Standoff Ends With Contra Costa Deputies Shot, Suspect DeadTwo sheriff's deputies were shot late Thursday night and a suspect was killed in a shooting in the community of Knightsen, near Brentwood in Contra Costa County.
Boater Who Died In Delta Friday Identified As Pro Indoor Soccer Player From MarinaJoseph Cairel, a professional indoor soccer player has been identified as the man who died after going missing from a boat in Indian Slough near Discovery Bay on Friday night.
San Pablo Man Found Shot Dead Friday in RodeoA 24-year-old San Pablo man was shot and killed Friday night in Rodeo and the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office was searching Saturday night for the man's killer.
Fake Notice On Danville Home Threatening Penalties For Non-Essential Construction Was A PrankIt turns out a fake cease-and-desist letter threatening penalties for non-essential construction activity posted the front door of a Danville resident’s home on Friday, was a prank.
Coronavirus Update: Danville Resident Receives Fake Letter Threatening Penalties For Non-Essential ConstructionA fake cease-and-desist letter threatening penalties for non-essential construction activity was dropped off at the front door of a Danville resident's home, according to authorities.