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Brentwood Police Arrest Two for Theft at Home Depot

by CC News
Retail theft

The Brentwood Police Department announced to people were arrested for a theft at Home Depot in the City of Brentwood.

According to police, on Sunday,  around 6:00 pm, officers were dispatched to Home Depot for two suspicious people inside the store, who are known suspects in numerous retail theft incidents from several Home Depot locations.

When officers arrived, they subsequently detained 54 year-old Daniel Clark of Fairfield. The second involved person, identified as 38 year-old Thomas Hodge of Fairfield, attempted to flee the scene, however he was also subsequently detained by officers.

Hodge had numerous warrants for his arrest and he is also on active felony probation out of Solano County for Grand Theft. Officers located several buckets of suspected stolen paint buckers inside the truck they both arrived in. Cash and a magnetic device that can be used to deactivate or remove security devices, were also found in the truck.

Hodge and Clark were placed under arrest for Organized Retail Theft, Conspiracy to Commit a Crime, and other related charges. Hodge had additional charges for the outstanding warrants and probation violation. Clark had additional drugs for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Both were transported to the Martinez Detention Facility.



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Street Sweeper April 16, 2024 - 3:44 pm

Tweakers doing tweaker things.

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