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211 RESOURCESFrom food to housing to childcare and more, contact 211 for help. Call 211 (or 1-800-833-2900) or text HOPE to 20121 for assistance in connecting with thousands of local resources. If you or someone you know needs help, start with 211.Desde alimentos hasta vivienda, cuidado de niños y más, comuníquese con 211 para obtener ayuda. Llame al 211 (o al 1-800-833-2900) o envíe un mensaje de texto HOPE al 20121 para obtener ayuda para conectarse con miles de recursos locales. Si usted o alguien que conoce necesita ayuda, comience con el 211. ... See MoreSee Less
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OPD BRIEFS:CARJACKING SUSPECT ARRESTEDOn Thursday, April 8th, at around 4:00 p.m., Oakley Police Officers were dispatched to a business in the 4500 block of Main Street. A female had entered a restaurant, leaving her vehicle running and her 7-year-old daughter in the back seat. An unknown male entered the unlocked vehicle, forcing the 7-year-old out. The vehicle was located nearby shortly after, by officers patrolling the area. They were also able to locate a suspect matching the description who was identified by witnesses and other evidence.He was arrested and was taken to the Martinez Detention Center for booking.The Oakley Police Department would like to remind its community to LOCK IT; HIDE IT; KEEP IT. You should never leave your running vehicle unattended. STALKING SUSPECT ARRESTEDOn Friday, April 9th, at around 11:20 p.m., Oakley Police Officers returned to the 2000 block of Main Street reference a possible stalking suspect in the parking lot. Prior in the week, a victim had reported that a male customer had possibly been stalking her. Upon their arrival, the suspect vehicle had fled, however officers were able to locate the vehicle nearby, with the suspect still in the vehicle. The suspect, John Cobb (30; M) admitted to following the victim to her residence. Cobb was arrested for stalking and other narcotics-related charges and taken to the Martinez Detention Center for booking. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sign up today for virtual kids’ ballet classes!Twirling Tutus and Tiny Tutus are fun ballet basics classes for kids as young as three years ole. Each class includes warm-ups, technique, dance games, and choreography. Classes are $35 and held via Zoon on Tuesdays. A new month-long session begins on May 4th. Sign up via the Recreation Division website at secure.rec1.com/CA/oakley-ca/catalog ... See MoreSee Less
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Last Saturday, You, Me, We, Oakley in partnership with IIBA, and the Liberty Adult Community Education Center, hosted a Virtual Citizenship drive.Ten local residents originally from countries including Nigeria, Mexico, El Salvador, and Nicaragua are now in the process of becoming United States citizens. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped.For more information on the citizenship process or upcoming citizenship drives or learn how to volunteer, visit You, Me, We, Oakley's website at youmeweoakley.org/ ... See MoreSee Less
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YOU, ME, WE, OAKLEY TO HOST FREE VACCINE CLINICRegistration is now open for a pop-up clinic featuring the PFIZER vaccine on Saturday, May 1st at the Oakley Recreation Center, 1250 O’Hara Ave, Oakley.The Pfizer vaccine is a two dose vaccine. The second dose will be administered on Saturday, May 29th at the same location. If you or know of somebody 16 year or older that live, work or go to school in Contra Costa County and hasn’t received a vaccine, you can register now for the first dose by going to bit.ly/3acYtS9 . We will let you know once the registration for the second dose is open. ... See MoreSee Less
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