City of Oakley has various employment opportunities available including Facilities Attendant, Police Services Assistant, and others. Deadlines are coming up soon. For more information about these positions and the required City Employment Application, please click here.
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If you are an Oakley teen, age 16 or older, and are looking for a job or want to learn how to fill out an application, interview professionally and get dialed in on summer jobs with the City of Oakley Recreation Division, the Oakley Youth Advisory Council has the answer.
Be sure to look for the Oak Leaf newsletter in this week’s (Jan. 8th) edition of the Oakley Press. Learn about Oakley’s work to set up our own police department, some of our most recent city improvements, upcoming events and more! Click here to open the Oak Leaf.
City of Oakley is now hiring for Seasonal Parks and Landscape Maintenance Laborers! Deadline to apply is coming up soon. For more information about this position and the required employment application, please click here.
The votes have been tallied and the winner of the Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest is 733 Solitude Drive. Thank you to all the other nominees who submitted their photos.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
This incident continues to be actively investigated by the D.A’s Office, Oakley Police Department, Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff, the Antioch Police Department, and the CHP Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Team (MAIT) per the countywide officer involved fatal incident protocol.
On Tuesday at about 8:27 AM, an Oakley Police Officer was performing traffic enforcement in the area of Main Street and Bridgehead Road when he saw a white Toyota run a stop sign. The officer attempted to make a traffic stop, but the vehicle did not yield and sped away at high speed. The pursuit went westbound on E. 18th Street in the city of Antioch. Between Wilson Street and Phillips Lane, with the nearest police car several hundred yards behind, the vehicle collided with a power pole and a fire hydrant and caught fire. The driver of the vehicle fled on foot. The fire department and PG&E were notified.
Officers later spotted the driver nearby entering a vehicle. He was taken into custody without incident and went to a local hospital for injuries apparently sustained during the collision. He is identified as 22-year-old Javonte Mathis of Concord. He was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on two charges: murder and evasion causing death to a person. He is being held in lieu of $1.1 million bail.
It was later discovered that inside the vehicle was a deceased passenger. The identification is not available as the Coroner’s Division and the Crime Lab are working on positively identifying that person.
Officers recovered a loaded semiautomatic pistol near the burned vehicle. It was later determined that the gun was stolen.