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Days Gone By: Sheriff Veale continues to push for monuments to the World War I … – Contra Costa Times

Sunday, June 19, 2011

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Days Gone By: Sheriff Veale continues to push for monuments to the World War I ... Contra Costa Times Summary: The new exhibit at the Contra Costa County History Center showcases the massive collection of Richard Veale, who was sheriff of the county from 1895 to 1935. He was involved in almost every important event in the county.

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Shelter In Place In Rodeo Due To Police Action – KTVU San Francisco

Sunday, June 19, 2011

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Shelter In Place In Rodeo Due To Police Action KTVU San Francisco CONTRA COSTA Co., Calif. -- The Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office sent out an alert Saturday evening warning residents in Rodeo to shelter in place due to police activity. Residents in the areas of Coral Drive, Reef Point Drive and Windward Drive ...

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Sheriff’s Patrol Cars Getting New Look – Patch.com

Thursday, June 16, 2011

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Sheriff's Patrol Cars Getting New Look Patch.com Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office cars will get a new black-and-white look starting this summer. Bay City News by Bay City News Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office patrol cars will soon be sporting a black-and-white look.

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New-look Contra Costa Sheriff’s patrol cars are old school – San Jose Mercury News

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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New-look Contra Costa Sheriff's patrol cars are old school San Jose Mercury News The new look also includes a gold seven-point Sheriff's star, and the words "Sheriff" and " Contra Costa County " in black lettering, outlined in gold. Those decals appear on the doors. The word "Sheriff" also will be painted on the trunk of the Ford ..

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Contra Costa County Sheriff patrol cars get a makeover – San Francisco Chronicle (blog)

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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Contra Costa County Sheriff patrol cars get a makeover San Francisco Chronicle (blog) Patrol cars of the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff will be sporting the "black and white" color scheme. This follows a study examining the feasibility and costs of converting the current vehicle fleet to black and white with new decals. ..

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Sheriff averts deputy layoffs – San Jose Mercury News

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

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Sheriff averts deputy layoffs San Jose Mercury News MARTINEZ -- The Contra Costa Sheriff's Office will narrowly dodge laying off deputies, but preserving the patrol force will not come without a price. To save front-line patrol jobs, the agency will leave vacant high-ranking ... and more

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Man fatally shot in Rodeo – San Jose Mercury News

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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Man fatally shot in Rodeo San Jose Mercury News The Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office is investigating the fatal shooting of a man in Rodeo Monday night, a sheriff's official said. Deputies responded to reports of shots fired in the housing projects on Tullibee Court at around 10:15 pm, ..

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State prison overcrowding hits home – Martinez News-Gazette

Thursday, May 26, 2011

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State prison overcrowding hits home Martinez News-Gazette The three men accused of murdering Martinez teen Eric Bean will be sent to state prison if convicted by a jury, said a spokesperson for the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office Wednesday, regardless of this week's US Supreme Court decision ordering ...

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Taxi-riding grandmother booked for Contra Costa baby-napping – Martinez News-Gazette

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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Taxi-riding grandmother booked for Contra Costa baby-napping Martinez News-Gazette Arrested by El Monte police and charged in connection with the case was Ericka Gallego, 58, of El Monte, said Jimmy Lee, public information officer for Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department. The woman has been booked into Los Angeles County Jail, ..

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Ex-deputy pleads guilty to child endangerment – San Jose Mercury News

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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Ex-deputy pleads guilty to child endangerment San Jose Mercury News Authorities say a former Alameda County sheriff's deputy accused of child molestation has pleaded guilty to child endangerment after reaching a deal with prosecutors. Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge Brian Haynes on Monday sentenced 43-year-old ..

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