Thursday, May 6, 2021
No major incidents or arrests logged.
Time: 0921 hours
Report #: 21-002919
Charges: PC 243 (E)(1), 273 A (B)
Suspect: EVANS, JULIUS (BMA, 30, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Pittsburg resident) was in a verbal argument with V-1 that escalated when S-1 slapped and
strangled V-1. Minors were present during the incident. S-1 was arrested and transported to the main
Time: 2325 hours
Report #: 21-002935
Charges: PC 243 (E)(1), 422, 207 (A), HS 11364
Suspect: TAYLOR, ANTHONY (BMA, 39, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Elk Grove resident) was in a verbal argument with V-1 that escalated when S-1 held onto V-1 and
moved her against her will. S-1 threatened to harm V-1 causing V-1 to be in fear. S-1 was contacted
and arrested. A search of S-1, incident to arrest, led to the discovery of drug paraphernalia. S-1 was
then transported to the main jail.
Members of the community having information regarding criminal activity can send tips via SMS text message by entering CRIMES (274637) on their cell phones, followed by Tip732 (agency identification number) and the message. Once users type in their message and press send, they will receive a confirmation text indicating that the message was received.
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