Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Richmond, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Richmond California Police Station Address: 1701 Regatta Blvd, Richmond, CA 94804, United States


3 days ago
Do you know this man or where he is? He’s Vernon Lamont Dowell of Richmond. He is wanted for the murder of Mark Johnson on 4/12/18. Please dial 911 or 510-621-1747 if you have information about his whereabouts. https://t.co/oRg8t6tJA7

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Educate, Empower & Engage- Richmond PD Community Safety Academy going on right now – Firearm Safety, Use of Force & Personal Safety (robbery) are the topics for tonight. #RPDCSA #CommunityPartnership #CommunityPolicing https://t.co/GDk3tyxcPP

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The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department has undergone rapid growth and evolution over the past several years. Concurrently, we have and will continue to adopt, tailor and perfect the best practices in the field in order to maintain a balanced fusion of effective policing methodologies that support and enhance our crime reduction and crime prevention goals.

Our three-district, geographic policing model emphasizes beat ownership, collaboration and partnerships. It is rooted in community policing philosophy and requires teamwork, cooperation, community engagement and analytic problem-solving in order to achieve the best results. Accurate and timely crime data and the Comp-Stat process are important tools to help our police managers account for the proportional use of resources in order to address crime and disorder problems intelligently. Technology also figures prominently in our delivery police services. Our Computer Aided Dispatch system, known as “CAD” allows for precise call tracking and transmission. It is coupled with a Records Management System and the integration of Crimeview® crime data tracking and mapping software.

The Richmond Police Department

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OFFICERS IN ACTION / OFICIALES EN ACCIÓN

Richmond police officers took another loaded gun off the streets in the city’s Central District.

RPD BRAVO (foot & bicycle) Officers Matsui and Sousa were patrolling in the city’s Central District when their attention was drawn to a car that had minor vehicle code infractions. The officers conducted a traffic enforcement stop on that car and contacted the three occupants. Through a routine check, the officers learned that one of the men was on searchable probation for a firearms related charge.

All three men were removed from the vehicle so the vehicle could be searched. As the vehicle was being searched Officer Sousa found an interesting modification inside – the center console was loose. When he gently pulled up on the interior of the center console, he found a loaded gun with a high capacity magazine.

We are relieved to report that no one was injured in this incident. Although these officers were able to take this loaded firearm off our streets through some diligent police work, our residents are the true eyes and ears of our community.

Be our crime prevention partner. If you see suspicious persons, cars or anyone in possession of a firearm illegally or any suspicious items, please report it and if you choose, you may remain anonymous. Call 911 if it is an emergency or (510) 233–1214

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OFICIALES EN ACCIÓN

Los Oficiales de Richmond sacaron otra arma cargada de las calles en el Distrito Central de la ciudad.

Los oficiales de RPD BRAVO (pie y bicicleta) Matsui y Sousa estaban patrullando en el Distrito Central de la ciudad cuando su atención se centró en un automóvil que tenía infracciones menores al código del vehículo. Los oficiales llevaron a cabo una detención de tráfico en ese auto y contactaron a los tres ocupantes. A través de un control de rutina, los oficiales se dieron cuenta de que uno de los hombres estaba en probation con búsqueda por un cargo relacionado con armas de fuego.

Los tres hombres fueron retirados del vehículo para poder buscar el vehículo. Mientras se buscaba el vehículo, el Oficial Sousa encontró una modificación interesante en el interior: la consola central estaba suelta. Cuando levantó el interior de la consola central, encontró una arma cargada con una revista de gran capacidad.

Estamos aliviados de informar que nadie resultó herido en este incidente. Aunque estos oficiales pudieron sacar este arma de fuego cargada de nuestras calles a través de un diligente trabajo policial, nuestros residentes son los verdaderos ojos y oídos de nuestra comunidad.

Sé nuestro socio para la prevención del crimen. Si ve personas sospechosas, automóviles o cualquier persona en posesión de un arma de fuego ilegalmente o cualquier artículo sospechoso, infórmenos y, si lo elige, puede permanecer en el anonimato. Llame al 911 si es una emergencia o al (510) 233-1214

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The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department added 2 new photos.3 days ago

YOUR ASSISTANCE IS REQUESTED / TU ASISTENCIA ES SOLICITIDA

On April 12, 2018 at around 9:41 AM, Richmond police officers responded to the 200 block of S.15 St. on a ShotSpotter alert. Officers arrived and found 35 yr. old Mark Johnson of Richmond suffering from multiple gunshot wounds at the scene. Unfortunately, Johnson died at the scene from injuries he sustained.

RPD Homicide Unit detectives responded to the scene and conducted their investigation. They learned that Johnson was in an argument with another man just before he was shot. The suspect fled from the scene immediately after shooting Johnson. Although the reason for the argument is still undetermined, investigators have compiled several witness statements and pieced together who is responsible for the murder.

RPD Homicide Unit detectives have identified 40 yr. old Vernon Lamont Dowell of Richmond as the man responsible for the murder of Mark Johnson. Suspect Vernon Dowell stands 5’10” tall, weighs 170 lbs with black hair and brown eyes. There is a $1 million arrest warrant for Dowell.

If you know Dowell’s whereabouts, or if you think you may know where he is, please do not contact him as he is extremely dangerous. Instead, dial 9-1-1 or contact RPD Homicide Detective C. Decious at (510) 621-1747. Thank you for your continued support and for your assistance. Please share this post.

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TU ASISTENCIA ES SOLICITIDA

El 12 de Abril 2018, como a las 9:41 A.M, Oficiales de la Policia de Richmond respondieron al bloque 200 de la calle Sur 15, a unos disparos capturados por el sistema ShotSpotter. Al llegar, Oficiales encontraron a Mark Johnson de 35 anos de edad que era residentede Richmond con mulitples heridas de bala en la escena. Desafortunadamente, Johnson murio en la escena de las heridas que sufrio.

Los Detectives de la unidad de homicidios respondieron a la escene y llevaron a cabo su investigacion. Se enteraron que Johnson estaba en una discusion con otro hombre justo antes de que le dispararan. El sospechoso huyo de la escena inmediatamente despues de dispararle a Johnson. Aunque el motivo de la discusion aun no esta determinado, los investigadores han compilado varias declaraciones de testigos y an determinado quien es responsable del asesinato.

Los Detectives de la unidad de homicidios identificaron a Vernon Lamont Dowell de 40 anos de edad y residente de Richmond como el hombre responsable del asesinato de Mark Johnson. Vernon Dowell mide 5 pies 10 pulgadas, pesa 170 libras con pelo negro y ojos color café. Hay una orden de arresto para Dowell en la cantidad de $1,000,000.00 de dolares.

Si conoce se paradero o cree que puede saber donde esta, no lo contacte y no se comunique con el, ya que es extramadamente peligroso. En cambio marque al 911 a contacte a nuestro Detective de homicidios C. Decious al (510) 621-1747.

Gracias por su continuo apoyo y por su asistencia.

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The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department added 3 new photos.3 days ago

OFFICERS IN ACTION / OFICIALES EN ACCIÓN

An alert Richmond police officer took another loaded firearm off the streets.

RPD Officer Guzman was on patrol in the city’s Iron Triangle neighborhood when he saw the driver of a car fail to stop for a stop sign. The officer made a traffic enforcement stop based upon the violation and contacted the driver. During the stop, the officer learned that the man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Once the man and his passenger were taken out of the car, the officer conducted a check of the vehicle and found a loaded firearm. The firearm was concealed under the center console near the rear passenger seats in a hidden compartment.

The department is relieved that everyone involved remained calm and the outcome was peaceful. We are proud of our officers’ tenacity and continued efforts to improve safety for the community. Although this officer was able to take the suspect off our streets through some diligent police work, our residents are the true eyes and ears of our police department.

Be our crime prevention partner. If you see suspicious persons, cars or anyone in possession of a firearm illegally or any suspicious items, please report it and if you choose, you may remain anonymous. Call 911 if it is an emergency or (510) 233–1214

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OFICIALES EN ACCIÓN

Un Oficial de Richmond alerta sacó otra arma de fuego cargada de las calles.

El oficial Guzmán estaba patrullando en el barrio a aria de Triangle Court de la ciudad cuando vio que el conductor de un automóvil no se detenía para tomar una señal de alto. El oficial hizo una parada y contactó al conductor. Durante la parada, el oficial supo que el hombre tenía una orden de arresto pendiente. Una vez que sacaron al hombre y su pasajero del automóvil, el oficial revisó el vehículo y encontró un arma de fuego cargada. La arma de fuego estaba oculta debajo de la consola central cerca de los asientos traseros del pasajero en un compartimiento oculto.

El departamento se siente aliviado de que todos los involucrados mantuvieran la calma y el resultado fuera pacífico. Estamos orgullosos de la tenacidad de nuestros oficiales y de los esfuerzos continuos para mejorar la seguridad de la comunidad. Aunque este oficial fue capaz de sacar al sospechoso de nuestras calles a través de un diligente trabajo policial, nuestros residentes son los verdaderos ojos y oídos de nuestro departamento de policía.

Sé nuestro socio para la prevención del crimen. Si ve personas sospechosas, automóviles o cualquier persona en posesión de un arma de fuego ilegalmente o cualquier artículo sospechoso, infórmenos y, si lo elige, puede permanecer en el anonimato. Llame al 911 si es una emergencia o al (510) 233-1214

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The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department added 4 new photos.4 days ago

CAPTAIN’S RETIREMENT

Richmond Police Captain Anthony Williams retires after more than 30 years of service with the department.

Captain Williams started his career in March of 1987 when he was hired as a police officer trainee and attended the police academy at the Los Medanos College in Pittsburg. He graduated the police academy and was sworn in as a police officer in August of 1987.

Williams went through the field training program and he was quickly selected as a member of the Housing Impact Team (H.I.T) in October of 1988. His talent was highlighted within the Criminal Investigations Bureau where he investigated and filed numerous felony cases. He was instrumental in taking down several major narcotics dealers while he was assigned to the RPD Vice Unit.

Williams’ leadership skills and qualities helped further the department’s emergency vehicle operations. He was selected to be one of the department’s Defensive Driving Instructors. His leadership skills continued to build, and in January of 1999, Williams was promoted to the rank of sergeant.

As a police sergeant, Williams supervised teams of patrol officers until his special skillset was needed on the NITRO (Narcotics Intervention Team Restoring Order) Team in September of 1999. In 2000, Williams was was transferred to the Metro Team, a narcotics intervention team. A couple of years later, he was transferred to the department’s administrative division where he was in charge of recruiting and hiring new officers. During that time, Williams attended and graduated from the Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI) and became the supervisor of the department’s Crisis Negotiations Team (CNT).

In November of 2004, Williams was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. During his tenure within the rank, he continued to manage the administrative division and became a Watch Commander managing the patrol shifts.

Williams’ quick ascent to leadership didn’t stop there. In May of 2006, Williams promoted to the rank of Captain. Williams took on the challenge of being the Northern District commander immediately after his promotion. He continued to progress, attending and graduating from the Senior Management In Policing (SMIP) Class #39 in Boston, and graduating from Command College Class #48. Captain Williams continued on his journey and became the district commander for the city’s Southern and Central District. He was in charge of the Special Investigations Section (SIS), Marine Unit, Traffic & Special Events Unit, BRAVO, EVOC, Defensive Tactical Unit, Probation Review Board, and Jail Operations. Williams was also elected president of the Richmond Police Management Association for several years.

As you can see, Captain Williams has had an illustrious career with decades of experience and wisdom. His leadership has affected everyone in the organization, and he helped shape the department to where it is now – progressive, innovative and inclusive.

Captain Anthony Williams, thank you for dedicating over 30 years to the City of Richmond and the police department. Your leadership and wisdom will certainly be missed. Congratulations on your well-deserved retirement!

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The Richmond Police Department added 2 new photos.6 days ago

OFFICERS IN ACTION

Richmond police officers took another loaded gun off the street in the city’s Southern District but not before an extremely close-call.

RPD BRAVO (foot & bicycle) officers were conducting violence suppression patrol in the city’s Southern District when their attention was drawn to the gas station at S.37th St. and Cutting Blvd. They saw a group of young adult men loitering there for at least 20-30 minutes. The group eventually started driving off, and one of the drivers committed a traffic infraction. BRAVO officers conducted a traffic enforcement stop on that car.

The driver of the car immediately got out of the car while officers approached. As the officers walked closer to the driver, they noticed a distinct bulge under the man’s shirt at his waistband area. That bulge was consistent to that of a large object similar to a concealed gun. Suspecting the driver was armed with a gun, officers asked him to turn around so they could safely make contact with him for the stop. The driver became uncooperative and tried to walk away. After a few seconds of ordering him to stop and get on the ground, the man finally complied. When he got down on the ground with his chest on the cement, officers heard a distinct sound of metal striking the cement, consistent to that of a firearm hitting the ground.

Suspecting he was armed, officers told the driver to keep his hands on his head. While officers approached the man, he tried to reach for his waistband area while on the ground. Officers quickly tried to grab his hands, but he tensed up his arms and wouldn’t comply. Even after numerous commands to comply, he kept trying to reach into the front of his waistband area, out of the officers’ view. Officers were eventually able to handcuff one hand but the other hand was still hidden under the front of his waistband area. After yet another explosive physical struggle, officers were finally able to pull out his other hand from under his body and handcuffed him. Officers rolled the man over and found a loaded gun concealed in the front of his waistband area. The gun was recovered and the man was arrested.

We are relieved to report that no one was hurt in this violent struggle. The department is proud of the officers’ patience and their ability to keep their composure, and rely on their training during the incident.

Be our crime prevention partner. If you see suspicious persons, cars or anyone in possession of a firearm illegally or any suspicious items, please report it and if you choose, you may remain anonymous. Call 911 if it is an emergency or (510) 233-1214.

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The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department added 3 new photos.1 week ago

OFFICERS IN ACTION

Richmond police officers turned another car stop into another firearm off the hands of a dangerous felon.

During a violence suppression operation, RPD Officer Martinez saw a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of S.21st St. and Cutting Blvd. The officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop and contacted the driver. Through a routine check, the officer leaned that the man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest, and gave the officer permission to search the car. Once the man and his passenger were taken out of the car, the officer found an interesting modification inside – one of the seats was loose and when the officer lifted the seat, he found a loaded gun. Officers also learned that the man was a prior felon with convictions for robbery.

The department is relieved that all involved parties in this incident were unharmed. Although this officer was able to take an armed felon off our streets through some diligent police work, our residents are the true eyes and ears of the community, and we appreciate the partnership we have with the residents we serve.

Be our crime prevention partner. If you see suspicious persons, cars or anyone in possession of a firearm illegally or any suspicious items, please report it and if you choose, you may remain anonymous. Call 911 if it is an emergency or (510) 233–1214

OFICIALES EN ACCIÓN

Los oficiales de Richmond arrestaron un delincuente peligroso con una pistola en una parada de vehículo.

Durante una operación de supresión de violencia, el Oficial Martinez vio que un vehículo no se paró en una señal de alto en la intersección de S.21st St. y Cutting Blvd. El oficial realizó una parada de control de tráfico y se comunicó con el conductor.

El oficial se inclinó por que el hombre tenía una orden de arresto, y le dio permiso al oficial para registrar el automóvil. Una vez que sacaron al hombre y su pasajero del automóvil, el oficial encontró una modificación interesante en el interior: uno de los asientos estaba suelto y cuando el oficial levantó el asiento, encontró un pistola cargada. Los oficiales también se enteraron de que el hombre era un delincuente anterior por arrestos de robo.

El departamento se siente aliviado que todas las partes involucradas en este incidente hayan salido ilesas. Aunque este oficial sacó a un delincuente armado de nuestras calles, nuestros residentes son los verdaderos ojos y oídos de la comunidad, y apreciamos la asociación que tenemos con los residentes que servimos.

Sé nuestro socio para la prevención del crimen. Si ve personas sospechosas, automóviles o cualquier persona en posesión de un arma de fuego ilegalmente o cualquier artículo sospechoso, infórmenos y, si lo elige, puede permanecer en el anonimato. Llame al 911 si es una emergencia o al (510) 233-1214

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