September 23, 2021

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Antioch police pursuit: 1 suspect continue to at big immediately after taking pictures loved ones puppy

ANTIOCH, Calif. (BCN) – 1 suspect in a law enforcement pursuit was arrested Saturday night time, but a 2nd suspect remains at significant right after capturing a loved ones doggy and breaking into an occupied household, Antioch law enforcement mentioned.

The pursuit of a stolen car all-around 6:30 p.m. led Oakley police to Antioch, in which the suspects drove all over the Costco and then downtown, along the way firing at the very least 1 round that struck a passing auto but did not injure the driver.

The driver crashed shortly after and each suspects in the auto fled on foot.

Officers surrounded the area and captured the driver without incident with surveillance help from the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department helicopter.

The 2nd suspect fled into a residential area on West 3rd Road, leaping a fence into a back lawn and shooting a dog that approached him.

The pet dog was taken to a veterinarian and was reported in steady problem. “He then tried to obtain entry into the dwelling and sooner or later shot out the rear sliding glass doorway when the property owner and his 14-yr-outdated son ended up in the residing space,” police explained in a news release.

“They fled out the front window of the home and escaped unharmed though the suspect then ran upstairs and took auto keys and a inexperienced mechanic’s coverall piece of clothes right before fleeing garden-to-yard on foot to K Avenue.”

A Harmony police K9 unit searched unsuccessfully for the suspect, police explained.

The remarkable suspect is described as a white or Hispanic person in his early 20’s, about 5-foot-9, with a slim establish and maybe donning a green mechanic coverall-form garment. He was previous seen in the region of West 3rd and K streets.

Everyone with any details as to this scenario is urged to simply call the Antioch Law enforcement Division at (925) 778-2441, or the Oakley Law enforcement Office at (925) 646-2441.