Residential-Related Crimes

In the month of January, the Town of Discovery Bay had a total of 460 calls for service to the Sheriff’s Department.  There were 39 reports written by the assigned officers.  Three residential crimes were reported to us in the month of January. In one incident friends of the family were responsible for the theft of several items from the home. All items were returned and the individuals were cited. In the second incident, while the home owner was away for a period of time, a vehicle was removed from the garage. No signs of forced entry were discovered and no other property was missing from the residence. The third incident, the bad guys made entry into the residence through an unlocked window. Several items were missing from the residence. The home did not have an alarm system.

Auto-Related Crimes

In the month of January, the Town of Discovery Bay had five auto related crimes reported. In two of the crimes, a window was smashed to gain access to the vehicle for items that were left in plain view. In one case the vehicle’s lock was punched to gain access to items left in plain view. In another case the vehicle was left unlocked in which the bad guys were able to open the trunk of the vehicle. Several items were taken from the trunk. The last reported incident was the removal of the vehicles license plate.

Discovery Bay Sheriff’s Annex, 1555 Suit #J River Lake Rd., Discovery Bay, CA 94505

Crime Prevention Specialist, Tony Fontenot, Phone: 925-634-0585, E-mail: