Friday, October 30, 2020

Crime

View the latest crime news from Richmond, California including breaking news and updates to any older crime news stories.

San Pablo police awarded OTS grant to improve traffic safety

San Pablo police arrest alleged triggerman in fatal I-80 shooting

The suspected triggerman in a fatal shooting on Interstate Highway 80 that killed 20-year-old Richmond resident Kevin Santisteban on Sept. 5 has been arrested and charged, according to police. On Thursday, Oct. 15, Tyejuan Shepherd,...

Video: Teens busted for stealing cars from Nissan dealership in Richmond

Three suspects, only one of them legally old enough to drive, were arrested early Wednesday for stealing brand new vehicles from a Nissan dealership in Richmond before leading police on two separate pursuits, one...
El Cerrito: Hillside Nature Area fire investigated as possible arson

El Cerrito: Hillside Nature Area fire investigated as possible arson

A possible arson fire at the Hillside Nature Area in El Cerrito early Sunday is under investigation, police said. El Cerrito Fire responded at about 5 a.m. to the blaze north of Moeser Lane, near...
San Pablo man arrested for striking on-duty Petaluma firefighter with car

San Pablo man arrested for striking on-duty Petaluma firefighter with car

A San Pablo man was arrested on suspicion of striking an on-duty firefighter with his vehicle in Petaluma early Saturday, police said. Petaluma police responded at about 3:11 a.m. to a call from their city's...
60-year-old man fatally shot in North Richmond; two arrested

Sheriff’s office to buy Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometer

Technology that can detect drugs commonly found in DUI and drug-facilitated sexual assault cases is coming to Contra Costa County. The Forensic Services Division of the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff plans to use...

Richmond police report significant increase in shootings

Richmond police are reporting a significant uptick in shootings in the city, particularly this month. On Tuesday, the police department released a map showing city locations for Shotspotter gunshot detection activations during the months of...

Police break up ‘cult’ or ‘activist’ gatherings at Point Molate

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s Point Molate was the scene of "some type of cult" or "activist" gatherings over the weekend, police said. At about 9:30 p.m. Friday, Richmond police responded to the area upon reports of...

113 drivers cited, 27 cars impounded at Richmond Parkway checkpoint

The Richmond Police Department's latest sobriety checkpoint operation led to the issuance of 113 citations, two DUI arrests, 1 arrest warrant and 27 cars impounded, police said. The checkpoint occurred Friday at Richmond Parkway at...

23-year-old man fatally stabbed in Richmond

Richmond police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a 23-year-old man early this morning. Officers responded to the 800 block of Brookside Drive at about 12:40 a.m. and found community members providing assistance to John...

Contra Costa DA won’t file charges for possession of small amounts of drugs, other...

Most people arrested or cited solely for possessing small amounts of drugs in Contra Costa County will no longer be charged by prosecutors, the District Attorney's Office announced this week. First-time offenders will instead...

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As wildfires persist, new electronics restoration biz to open in San Pablo

As wildfires persist, new electronics restoration biz to open in San Pablo

With destructive wildfires occurring annually in California, the need for electronics restoration services is growing. Aakash IM Inc. is in that business, and this week...
San Pablo Indian eatery can toast to four years in business

San Pablo Indian eatery can toast to four years in business

An Indian restaurant in San Pablo is celebrating its fourth year in business today with a special toast. At its meeting Tuesday, the San Pablo...

Construction of The Terraces at Nevin nears completion

By Mike Kinney Construction of The Terraces at Nevin is expected to be completed "in the coming weeks," but the extensive work to lease the...