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OAKLEY PD MAKES AN ARREST IN CONNECTION TO RECENT SHOOTINGSOn Friday, December 11, 2020, Oakley Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Main St and 5th St reference the sound of gun shots. Upon their arrival, officers discovered that both an occupied vehicle and building had been struck by gunfire. Leaving numerous bullet holes in both the building and vehicle. Fortunately, there were no injuries or persons struck by the gunfire. The unknown suspect(s) had fled the area prior to officers’ arrival.On Saturday, December 12, 2020, Oakley Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Lassen Way and Grand Canyon Cir reference the sound of gun shots heard in the area. Upon their arrival, officers again located evidence of gunfire aimed at both an occupied residence and vehicle, both full of bullet holes. Unknown suspect(s) fled the area prior to officers arrival and there were no injuries. Oakley Police Detectives gathered and processed evidence from both shootings and were narrowing in on suspect(s) when another unprovoked shooting occurred on Thursday, January 7th, 2021. This time, an individual was struck with gunfire in the area of Empire Ave and Christy St., stemming from an incident while both the victim and suspect were in their vehicles. Evidence from this shooting confirmed that all three shootings were related and involved the same suspect(s). Further investigation revealed that the shootings were also related to a shooting that occurred in Oakley in November of 2020, as well as a shooting in Pittsburg and Concord. Oakley Police, with assistance from its federal partners, were able to apprehend a suspect and execute search warrants. The investigation is ongoing. The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office has filed two counts of attempted homicide and two counts of shooting at an inhabited dwelling/vehicle with several additional enhancements, raising the bail to over eight million dollars. If you have any information regarding these shootings please feel free to contact the Oakley Police Department Detectives at 925-625-8855 ... See MoreSee Less
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FREE SAND BAGS AVAILABLEHeavy rains are coming- A free sand bag station is available at ISD at 450 Walnut Meadows Dr. M-F 8 a.m. to 5 pm.It's self-service the sand and bags are provided and residents can shovel & fill the bags. ... See MoreSee Less
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The DMV allows teens to receive their Learner’s Permit at the age of 15-and-a-half and a license at age 16. This class is the first, required step that must be completed. This is an online course with videos, animated driving scenarios, and sample test questions. A licensed instructor is available to answer any questions and you will receive a DMV-approved certificate of completion when you are done with the course. A valid email is required and you can start at any time. Sign up today at secure.rec1.com/CA/oakley-ca/catalog ... See MoreSee Less
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Early this morning the Oakley Police Department became involved in an investigation regarding a developmentally delayed adult female who walked away from her home style care facility at some point during the night. The female was discovered missing as the rest of the facility began to wake up, it was unknown how long the female had actually been missing. The temperatures were very cold last night and it appeared as if the missing female only brought a light sweatshirt with her. The Oakley Police Department became very concerned for her welfare. Just as our investigation was in process, the missing female walked up to another house in the neighborhood. She was lost, cold and confused. The Oakley Police Officers were able to facilitate a happy reunion between her and her care staff.Instead of just putting a wrap on this investigation and moving on to our next one, the Oakley Police Department wanted to remind all of our residents who care for disabled, young, or compromised persons to take a few minutes to make sure they have a list of pertinent information on hand. This information would include: name, physical description, medical conditions, medicines, places the missing person like to go, etc. Every so often this information should be refreshed and the first of the year is a good time to take care of this maintenance!We have created a form that we believe would be helpful in these types of investigations. It would be best utilized if caregivers would pre-fill the form under calm conditions. That way, in the event a person should go missing, the form could simply be given to the police officer and he/she would be able to get a head start on this type of investigation. Under stress, it can be difficult for caregivers to remain focused on what information our officers need. A form like this can save time, and saving time can literally save a life in this type of investigation. Please see our attached form below.The Oakley Police Department is very happy this morning’s situation worked out the way it did and we urge everybody to remain safe!bit.ly/39YKzCq ... See MoreSee Less
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ATTENTION OAKLEY BUSINESS OWNERS!We’re excited to announce that the Shop Oakley Coupon Booklet is going digital in 2021! For those unfamiliar with the Shop Oakley program, it began in 2016 as an effort to promote Oakley-based businesses. The Shop Oakley coupon booklet includes promotions at businesses in Oakley to provide consumers with an incentive to shop locally. There is no fee for businesses to participate and unlike in many communities, the Shop Oakley coupon booklet is FREE to consumers. Coupons are designed in-house using the information you provide. If you are an interested business owner, please visit www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/X0RGT2hDEedcKu3 below to submit an application to be included in this year’s coupon booklet. The Deadline to submit is Friday, February 5th. ... See MoreSee Less
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