5 Jailed In Alleged Robbery, Carjacki...

5 Jailed In Alleged Robbery, Carjacking In Antioch

There are 19 comments on the CBS 5 story from Jul 17, 2007, titled 5 Jailed In Alleged Robbery, Carjacking In Antioch. In it, CBS 5 reports that:

Five people were arrested Sunday night after they allegedly robbed one person in Richmond and then two people in Antioch and briefly stole their car, Antioch police reported Monday.Jemani Nash, 18, Jeremy Nash, ... via CBS 5

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Gollywobbler

Oakley, CA

#1 Jul 17, 2007
Antioch's FAKE "Quality of life" forums would give these wonderful jerks a luxury apartment at our expense.
They say it reduces crime.
Antioch rez

AOL

#2 Jul 17, 2007
I could think of five other people who should be jailed. Like the coincil. Or previous councils.
Gollywobbler

Oakley, CA

#3 Jul 17, 2007
There are many of us who feel the same as you.
This is a dark hour for Antioch.
Let us keep our fingers crossed we are in time.
yarp

Alameda, CA

#4 Jul 20, 2007
Somersville Towne Center is where Target and Olive Garden is, right? That sucks. Where they from Pittsburg or Richmond or do you think they lived off of Sycamore? These guys aren't even teens. They're 19 and 20s. this isn't young guys popping an ignition and joy riding, this is a messed up thing they did. This has to stop. these people really suck! Someone make this sh*t go away already. I'm tired of this crap. And you know whats funny, is Oakland is changing for the better. MLK and north Oakland is getting bought up by yuppies and moving the bad element out while all of it is coming out here. Oakland is dumping their problems on us. I'm sick of this crap. We need a really good Lawyer who will work Pro Bono for the city to rid these people.
p hill

AOL

#5 Jul 21, 2007
Get it together Antioch, jesus...
Planet Pimpo

Alameda, CA

#6 Jul 23, 2007
Don't bring Jesus into this.
woooo woooo

Walnut Creek, CA

#7 Jul 28, 2007
Lets get some torches and ropes and hang us some monkeys.

The U.S. Department of Justice today announced indictments against 11 people alleged to be part of an Antioch-based identity theft ring responsible for stealing more than 240 identities and using them to open more than 850 charge accounts.
The ring stole personal information from car dealerships, mortgage companies and online credit reporting companies across the state and formed two companies, dubbed The BIZZ and Dangerous Krew, to handle the fraud, according to the indictments.

Using stolen names and Social Security numbers, the group allegedly opened fraudulent charge accounts at 24 retailers, eventually stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.

The 11 suspects took themselves so seriously that they made business cards, an organizational chart and a handbook for how to open credit accounts using the stolen identities, according to the indictment.

The group's five leaders gave themselves titles, including president, sales executive and administrative chairman.

Named in the indictments are: Andre Matthews, Tyhesia Bacon, Jerry Green, Alicia Johnson, Levi Enriquez, Kenyata Williams, Ashaki Green, Kelvin Arnold, Cory Kautzman, Danielle Reyes and Bobby Alexander. All live in or near Antioch.

In late May, four members of the group, including Matthews, who was identified as the alleged mastermind, set up offices in a Best Western motel in Antioch.

All 11 are facing felony charges of identity theft that carry up to 15 years in prison and a
the peddla

United States

#8 Jul 30, 2007
yarp wrote:
Somersville Towne Center is where Target and Olive Garden is, right? That sucks. Where they from Pittsburg or Richmond or do you think they lived off of Sycamore? These guys aren't even teens. They're 19 and 20s. this isn't young guys popping an ignition and joy riding, this is a messed up thing they did. This has to stop. these people really suck! Someone make this sh*t go away already. I'm tired of this crap. And you know whats funny, is Oakland is changing for the better. MLK and north Oakland is getting bought up by yuppies and moving the bad element out while all of it is coming out here. Oakland is dumping their problems on us. I'm sick of this crap. We need a really good Lawyer who will work Pro Bono for the city to rid these people.
its messed up and all but people gone do what they gone do. they dont have to live by you to create havoc and thats pitiful. but you need to stop whining and buckle up for the long ride because it meaning life aint getting no better unless you move to a gated community and still they gone get at you when you come out so buckle and knuckle up
the peddla

United States

#9 Jul 30, 2007
woooo woooo wrote:
Lets get some torches and ropes and hang us some monkeys.
The U.S. Department of Justice today announced indictments against 11 people alleged to be part of an Antioch-based identity theft ring responsible for stealing more than 240 identities and using them to open more than 850 charge accounts.
The ring stole personal information from car dealerships, mortgage companies and online credit reporting companies across the state and formed two companies, dubbed The BIZZ and Dangerous Krew, to handle the fraud, according to the indictments.
Using stolen names and Social Security numbers, the group allegedly opened fraudulent charge accounts at 24 retailers, eventually stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.
The 11 suspects took themselves so seriously that they made business cards, an organizational chart and a handbook for how to open credit accounts using the stolen identities, according to the indictment.
The group's five leaders gave themselves titles, including president, sales executive and administrative chairman.
Named in the indictments are: Andre Matthews, Tyhesia Bacon, Jerry Green, Alicia Johnson, Levi Enriquez, Kenyata Williams, Ashaki Green, Kelvin Arnold, Cory Kautzman, Danielle Reyes and Bobby Alexander. All live in or near Antioch.
In late May, four members of the group, including Matthews, who was identified as the alleged mastermind, set up offices in a Best Western motel in Antioch.
All 11 are facing felony charges of identity theft that carry up to 15 years in prison and a
hang some monkeys. you sound like a coward. who is us in your let's. go handle [email protected] yourself. i mind my biz. let the cops do they job. you sound like a coward
the peddla

United States

#10 Jul 30, 2007
people commit crime everyday. it aint right but its gonna happen. whether its corporate or street. so let the law do what they paid for. somebody need to upgrade security risk on i d theft and make it harder for criminals to invade on other peoples life. but even when i use my credit card at the store they let me slide it without checking for i.d. but crime gonna happen so why cry. just do your best to protect you and yours because they not .meaning stores
love daddy

Danville, CA

#11 Jul 31, 2007
say raise up on these young brothers of antioch .. , Im sure we all have had our good shares of crime , We need to educate our young brothers of this country and let them know there is better things to apply your mind too.. get involve in youth sport programs in your community and educate young kids in making a better life for them selves. sports is the way to go.. PEACE OUT
lynaqueesha sharpton

Walnut Creek, CA

#13 Aug 8, 2007
thank god for the right to have arms, cuz if one of these young brothers tries to rob me, bam, rip beeeotch
Bully

Oakley, CA

#14 Aug 8, 2007
I say we dump the current city council so they stop building apartments to bring theses meaningless violence lovers in here.
Even on half a brain a person knows it's easier to work than to steal.
This is all fake...
I see through your veiled hate.
You looked up this old post at 3AM.
What are you smoking there white boy?
revol reg

El Cerrito, CA

#15 Aug 12, 2007
I would have killed any one of those unchained beasts. Its a shame, but the real day of the vigilante is looming. People will only put up with this crap for so long before the game reverses.
experienced

United States

#17 Sep 27, 2009
Sometimes we must remember that not everyone has done what they have been charged with.I am one of the people named in the inditement and I can tell you that I was in the wrong place at the wrong time.I had a very serious drug addictio for most my life and was supporting my habit by selling drugs to people for gift cards, big ticket items clothes for my kids and myself, and of course cash. All the charges listed in the article were brought upon everyone that had anything to do with the goods these people were supplying (conspiracy). Although I didnt know the specifics of how they acquired these items I did know however it was being done was not legal, therfore I was charged with the same thing everyone else was. I had only known thes people for 2 months, they had been doing this for years.I have not used drugs since The day I was arrested in may 2007, and I intend to stay clean and free.
Random 374724

Costa Mesa, CA

#18 Sep 27, 2009
That's good experienced. Good luck to you, man.
Dick

Antioch, CA

#19 Sep 28, 2009
Anyone can be an addict if they let there guard down even for a second/
I as a tax payer do not anylonger want to pay for three strikes.
99% of people change as they age.
It's good you quit but look around. The politicians are the most corrupt
VICTIM

San Bruno, CA

#20 Jan 27, 2010
experienced wrote:
Sometimes we must remember that not everyone has done what they have been charged with.I am one of the people named in the inditement and I can tell you that I was in the wrong place at the wrong time.I had a very serious drug addictio for most my life and was supporting my habit by selling drugs to people for gift cards, big ticket items clothes for my kids and myself, and of course cash. All the charges listed in the article were brought upon everyone that had anything to do with the goods these people were supplying (conspiracy). Although I didnt know the specifics of how they acquired these items I did know however it was being done was not legal, therfore I was charged with the same thing everyone else was. I had only known thes people for 2 months, they had been doing this for years.I have not used drugs since The day I was arrested in may 2007, and I intend to stay clean and free.
Well that's all and good "EXPERIENCED" but I AM ONE OF THE VICTIMS!!! I had my purse stolen from my car as I was handing my infant son over to his daycare provider 25 feet behind me. I have gone through 3 years of hell for that wonderful drug addiction you had endured - for which you supported the habits of the people that RAN THIS ELABORATE OPERATION. NO! I was the ONE in the WRONG place at the WRONG time and I am ANGERED by the "oh I knew what these people were doing but I had a family to feed and cloth"! Don't give me the "I didn't know where things were coming from..." WTH...did you think they fell from the sky! Get over yourself...The hell with that...I had a job to get to that day...a family to provide for...but YOUR "FRIENDS" stole from me....You knowingly participated in whatever FRADULENT activities you did...and I am ANGERED by the "I sell drugs" IT'S AGAINST THE LAW! It's people like you that make me afraid to take my children to Antioch...it's people like you that are killing the children that YOU SOLD TO! IF YOU AREN'T PART OF THE SOLUTION YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM....YOUUUUU were and/or are part of the problem! All I read is a WHOLE lot of excuses...and oh I just LOVE what most of you got for sentences..."in house probation" MY GOD people...most of the crimes were commited from computer terminals (multiple computer terminals!!!) in a flippin house! So let's sentence them to IN HOUSE probation...lets put them back where they commited the crimes! SOOOO NOOOOO I don't feel sorry for you...I don't forgive you...and someday you'll realize...you are what you choose to surround yourself with. Good in...good out...bad in....BAD OUT. Faith has seen me through this entire nightmare...but I CHOOSE not to forgive ANY of you for what you ALL stole from me that day.
rogue

Antioch, CA

#22 Feb 4, 2016
Bully wrote:
I say we dump the current city council so they stop building apartments to bring theses meaningless violence lovers in here.
Even on half a brain a person knows it's easier to work than to steal.
This is all fake...
I see through your veiled hate.
You looked up this old post at 3AM.
What are you smoking there white boy?
I got your white boy hanging fool your ignorant.what you dont want to get caught.well you will fool

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