Antioch Police used a drone to find an armed, fleeing suspect on Jan.3.
Officers were dispatched to Oakley Road in Antioch regarding a suspicious vehicle, and when officers arrived, they observed the pictured firearm in the vehicle.
The vehicle’s sole occupant then ran from the vehicle when officers attempted to make contact.
Officers immediately deployed their drone and located the suspect hiding nearby.
The suspect, who was not identified by police, was taken into custody safely and was arrested for weapons violations and trying to evade arrest.
Hopefully they’ve got 5 or 6 drones, they need ’em.
Was up in west antioch, more boarded up businesses and on Sycamore three burned out, boarded up high density housing units. Homeless numbers appeared to be unchanged.
All by Design and the Plan……..allow crime to run rampant, do nothing about it until the people cry out – then bring in your drone solution. Oh, but it won’t be ending there – the robotic dogs and eventually robocops are not too far off. People have already been denied access to THEIR money for not being on the right side of the government.
Problem, Reaction, Solution.
PS: there’s ZERO conspiracy about the twitter files.
They want us begging for the robodogs and drones. Any the dummies will, make no mistake about it.
Least convincing story ever.
This story doesn’t make sense.. if they were close enough to “observe” the gun how did the suspect manage to take off on foot? He would’ve had guns drawn and I have a hard time believing he could’ve got out and ran at that point. On top of that it was raining and windy outside on the 3rd how are they suppose to fly a drone in those conditions? Also you’re telling me this guy got up and started running so the officers first instinct is to take the time to get his drone together? Suspect wasn’t identified but arrested ? What the hell is going on here 🤨
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