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Antioch Police Officer Shot at During Pursuit

by CC News

Antioch Police were shot at by a suspect who was fleeing from police in a stolen vehicle out of the City of San Francisco.

According to Antioch police, on January 14, 2024, at approximately 10:26 pm, Antioch Police Officers were alerted to the area of Lone Tree Way and Deer Valley Road on a report of a stolen vehicle out of San Francisco.

An Antioch Police Officer located the occupied stolen vehicle parked in the area of Longbranch Way and Prairie Way. As the officer pulled in behind, the suspect vehicle fled at a high rate of speed and a pursuit ensued. An occupant in the stolen vehicle fired several rounds at the officer, which struck the patrol car.

The pursuit continued into Brentwood entering Highway 4 at Jeffrey Way.

Officers lost sight of the vehicle in the area of Golf Course Drive and Cache Peak. The vehicle was later located abandoned near Kaiser Hospital on Deer Valley Road. As officers returned to the original crime scene to look for evidence, a second stolen vehicle out of Concord was seen driving without any headlights on.

With the assistance of Brentwood Police Department a pursuit ensued.

The occupants of the second stolen vehicle abandoned the car in the area of Lone Tree Way and Heidorn Ranch Road and fled on foot. A perimeter was established but the suspects were not located. A rifle and shell casings were located.

  • FILE: 24-00382
  • INCIDENT: Vehicle pursuit with shots fired at APD officer
  • DATE OF INCIDENT: January 14, 2024
  • TIME OF INCIDENT: 10:26 pm
  • LOCATION: Longbranch Way at Prairie Way

There were no reported injuries to any citizens or officers.

Antioch Police are currently following up on leads to identify the suspects.

Antioch Police said they thanked the Brentwood Police Department and the Pittsburg Police Department for their assistance during this incident. There is no further information at this time. Anyone with information is asked to call Lieutenant Martin at 925-779-6972 or the Antioch Police Department non-emergency line at (925)778-2441.

No other information was released.

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The Truth January 15, 2024 - 1:27 pm

@ECT heard this wasn’t the first time officers have been shot at in the last year.

Jiveass honky January 15, 2024 - 2:58 pm

When leo’s try and bust the hustle of a couple of criminals on mlk weekend , they get upset and pop a few rounds the po po ‘s direction. You know it’s the Amish mafia.

Street Sweeper January 15, 2024 - 3:32 pm

No press conference from Lathorpe?

Back the Blue.

Enough January 15, 2024 - 3:36 pm

Time for Blackhawks to hover the city and take them out. This has to stop

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