Contra Costa County To Pay $4.9M Settlement In Police Killing Of Laudemer ArboledaContra Costa County will pay $4.9 million to the family of Laudemer Arboleda, the Newark man killed by former Danville police officer Andrew Hall in 2018.
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.
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.
'Kill Me;' Stunning BodyCam Video Of Danville Police Shooting Released; Officer Faces Charges In Prior Suspect KillingIt took less than 40 seconds for a confrontation between a suspect armed with a knife and a Danville police officer to go from an argument to a fatal shooting, according to body cam video released by the Contra Costa Sheriff's department on Wednesday.
Danville Police Officer Sued Over Fatal Shooting Of Homeless Man Having Mental Health CrisisThe shooting death by a White police officer of a homeless Black man armed with a knife and having a mental health crisis in a busy intersection in Danville last month is prompting a federal civil rights lawsuit by the man's family against the city of Danville.
UPDATE: Man With Knife Shot By Danville Police Officer Last Week DiesAuthorities in the East Bay on Wednesday announced that the man injured in a Danville officer-involved shooting last week has died.
UPDATE: Danville Officer-Involved Shooting of Man Who Refused to Drop Knife Under InvestigationAuthorities in the East Bay are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Danville where a man was shot by police after allegedly refusing to put down a knife, according to the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office.
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.