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    HAYWARD, Calif. -- Hayward police said 8 to 10 individuals carrying sledgehammers entered Sam's Jewelry in Southland Mall around 5:25 p.m. Sunday, smashed several jewelry cases, and fled carrying an unknown amount of loot.No arrests were made. The suspects fled in several vehicles, Hayward police Lt. Mark Ormsby said.The Hayward incident happened about an hour before a group of thieves hit high-end athletic apparel store lululemon in San Jose at approximately 6:30 p.m. Sunday and made off with merchandise.Ormsby said it's still too early to tell if the incidents are related.Police estimate up to 80 people stormed Nordstrom in Walnut Creek Saturday night, assaulting three employees and making off with thousands of dollars in expensive goods. Three people were arrested, but dozens got away.Related stories and videos: SF residents, business owners upset over recent looting incidents Video shows decimated San Francisco Louis Vuitton store after massive smash-and-grab robbery 'Unacceptable': Mayor Breed says changes will be coming to SF after brazen Union Square robbery 3 arrested, firearm recovered from Walnut Creek Nordstrom store looting involving 80 people: Police Robbery suspects...
    Three people have been arrested after dozens of looters stole items from a Nordstrom in Walnut Creek on Saturday evening, according to Walnut Creek communications manager Betsy Burkhart. The incident occurred around 8:45 p.m. at the Broadway Plaza shopping mall, according to Burkhart, who said authorities estimate 80 people were involved. Burkhart said police are reviewing surveillance footage. The Walnut Creek Police Department said Sunday morning that it will be releasing more information about the situation by noon. The incident mirrors one that happened on Friday night at a Louis Vuitton store in San Francisco’s Union Square where several dozen looters stole merchandise. A police spokesman said they have arrested several individuals involved and were also responding to other incidents of looting in the surrounding area. Amid the protests in response to the murder of George Floyd in summer 2020, Walnut Creek imposed a citywide curfew after a woman was shot and looters targeted stores at Broadway Plaza. In December, the Contra Costa District Attorney filed charges against nine individuals, accusing them of stealing from the Walnut Creek mall during those...
    Cardamom maple lattes. Churro waffle sticks. And nary a drop of cow milk in sight. Walnut Creek’s highly-anticipated Rooted Coffee Co. has finally opened at 1321 Locust St., and people are buzzing over the newest alternative to downtown’s six Starbucks locations. This is the second outpost of the local, family-owned coffee shop known for its planted-based breakfast and lunch options — hello, cashew cream cheese avocado toast — and signature lattes. The original Rooted, opened in 2019 and nestled in the Poets Corner neighborhood of Pleasant Hill, is not even one-fifth the size of this new, expansive destination. It features high ceilings, a modern espresso bar, lots of plants and several community and two- and four-top tables for working, noshing and general caffeinating. Mornings are bustling at the new Rooted Coffee Co., which recently opened in the former Coffee Shop location on Locust Street in Walnut Creek. (Jessica Yadegaran/Bay Area News Group)  All coffees and teas ($3-$5) are organic and fair trade, with a whopping seven types of plant-based milk — soy, oat, macadamia, sweet pea, almond, hemp and coconut...
    WALNUT CREEK — A San Francisco man and woman were arrested on suspicion of several charges after a weapon brandishing during a weekend fight at a chain restaurant, authorities said Monday. Around 5 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to reports of a man with a gun at The Cheesecake Factory, 1181 Locust Street, and arrived in time to detain several people, according to a police statement in a Monday evening social-media post. Preliminary investigation found that during a fight among several customers, a 20-year-old San Francisco man brandished a gun registered to a 21-year-old San Francisco woman. Both the man and woman were arrested on suspicion of several charges, including conspiracy to commit a crime, carrying a loaded firearm in a public place and assault with a deadly weapon. A search of the premises yielded a bag containing a loaded Glock handgun with two extra magazines and a wallet belonging to one of the two hidden in a water fountain beside the table where they had been sitting, police said. Although county records show the two were initially booked into Martinez county jail without...
    DEAR JOAN: I’ve written to you before about animals we see on our creek side security camera. Recently, we recorded a large raccoon stopping at our back gate around 2 a.m. and looking like it is marking a spot by scratching and kicking back the ground with its rear feet, somewhat like my aggressive husky does to mark territory. We have never seen this behavior before in many, many raccoon sightings. Two questions: Is this the marking of a raccoon latrine? We did not find any poop but the fence is scratched up. And/or could it be a message to our husky? The second raccoon seems not to care and passes quickly by. Ann Gommel, Walnut Creek DEAR ANN: I’m not positive on what the raccoon was doing, but the action you saw — scratching at the ground with its back paws — wasn’t the start of building a latrine at your back gate. Latrines are where the raccoon goes to defecate and urinate. They pick a spot, leave a deposit and then repeatedly return to the site. Your video...
    Against the backdrop of a conservative U.S. Supreme Court and a Texas law that would all but ban abortion if upheld, a Planned Parenthood clinic in Walnut Creek has become the Bay Area’s ground zero in a renewed conflict between abortion supporters and opponents, as sidewalk protests intensify and women must navigate through the commotion to get inside. The encounters have gotten so heated that the City Council is looking into establishing buffer zones to keep protesters 30 feet away from the clinic’s patients, a tactic similar to what the city of Napa recently did, but one which has raised legal questions in the past. San Jose established a buffer zone at all reproductive health centers in the late 1990s, although the minimum distance then was set at eight feet. “There’s a strong correlation to this anti-abortion, anti-Planned Parenthood emboldened attitude of protests that seems to be galvanizing across the country,” Gilda Gonzalez, Planned Parenthood’s regional president, said in linking the trend to the Texas law and former President Donald Trump’s appointment of three conservative Supreme Court justices. Though protests...
    WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) — Five juvenile suspects ranging in age from 11-to-15 have been arrested after a police pursuit of a carjacked vehicle in Berkeley and an armed robbery in downtown Walnut Creek. Walnut Creek police posted on Facebook that the incident began with an armed robbery just before 10:00 p.m. Monday in the 1400 block of North Main St. READ MORE: Mask Mandates: Bay Area Health Officers Issue Criteria To Lift Indoor Masking RequirementsResponding officers were told by the victim that she was walking downtown when five suspects got out of a car and ran up behind her. One suspect pulled out a handgun while the other suspects pulled her to the ground by her hair and stole her purse. She was shaken up but not seriously injured during the robbery. Investigators said the suspects then fled in the car, heading northbound on North Main St. It was later determined that the suspect vehicle was stolen during a carjacking earlier that day in Oakland. READ MORE: Napa Police Officer Shoots Man Pointing Gun At His FatherOn Tuesday,...
    WALNUT CREEK (BCN) – The Walnut Creek City Council on Tuesday will consider allowing non-medical cannabis businesses to operate within the city. In 2018, the city adopted its own regulations for “personal and commercial cannabis activities,” according to a staff report for Tuesday’s meeting. The current ordinance allows for up to two non-storefront, delivery-only cannabis retailers within city limits. READ MORE: California Mandates COVID Vaccine For In-Person School Attendance; 1st State In Nation With RequirementAt the time, the city said not enough was known about potential impacts to the community if it allowed wider use. It was also concerned about additional crime and that residents didn’t want more of a visible presence of cannabis in the city. Only one of the two allowable businesses opened as a result. Earlier this year, the city reassessed its ordinance and looked at the impact on 28 other local jurisdictions allowing some form of cannabis sales. In California, medical cannabis was legalized in 1996 and non-medical use for people 21 and over was legalized in 2016. The report points out that 70 percent of...
    WALNUT CREEK — The city will station uniformed police officers at Nordstrom in the downtown Broadway Plaza, agreeing to a request from the luxury department store to beef up security and ward off potential crime. The City Council voted unanimously at a meeting Tuesday to allow a police presence at the store in a pre-emptive effort to deter thefts or robberies. City staff noted in the meeting’s agenda that a “regional uptick in flash mob ‘grab and run’ thefts,” where people pretending to be shoppers suddenly snatch items off the shelves and make a quick getaway. There have not been any grab-and-run thefts at this Nordstrom. However, in June, there were a series of grab-and-run thefts at stores such as Luis Vuitton and TheRealReal in Palo Alto, where thieves made off with designer handbags valued at tens of thousands of dollars. Police believe some of the snatch-and-grabs are being run by organized crime groups, according to a city staff report. In a formal agreement with Nordstrom, the city will allocate about $231,000 in voluntary overtime pay for officers willing to...
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif (KGO) -- In the East Bay, Walnut Creek police will beef up their presence at the Nordstrom store at Broadway Plaza.The move is to stop "grab and run thefts" which have happened at this location.RELATED: Target, Walgreens make drastic changes due to increase in San Francisco theftsNordstrom asked Walnut Creek for help and will reimburse the city.Officers will have to volunteer for the assignment.The city council unanimously approved the deal Tuesday night.VIDEO: Video shows stream of handbag thieves sprinting out of San Francisco Neiman MarcusEMBED More News Videos Police are investigating a case of shoplifting at Neiman Marcus in San Francisco's Union Square, where a group of suspects bolted out the store with designer bags in hand before jumping into waiting cars.
    WALNUT CREEK (BCN/CBS SF) – The Walnut Creek City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an agreement between its Police Department and Nordstrom, allowing for a uniformed officer to be present at the Broadway Plaza store, with Nordstrom reimbursing the city for the officer’s overtime. A series of “grab and run” thefts in the area, including at Nordstrom, by “organized retail crime groups” prompted the move. The plaza’s Apple store struck a similar agreement with the city, after seeing similar robberies. Police have said the officer’s presence eliminated Apple’s problem. READ MORE: UPDATE: Pleasanton Police Announce Body Found Matching Description of Missing Jogger Philip Kreycik The council officially approved $231,514 for the move, which will last for a year and be repaid by Nordstrom in quarterly payments. Officers will volunteer for the assignment and be paid overtime. READ MORE: Police: Man Behaving Erratically Shot And Killed In Pleasant Hill A staff report for the meeting said vehicles belonging to the same groups targeting high end stores around the Bay Area, have been captured on video around Broadway Plaza. “These thefts have...
    WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) — A grass fire was burning in the area of the Interstate Highway 680/State Highway 24 exchange in Walnut Creek Wednesday. Grass fire burns next to the Interstate 680/Highway 24 exchange in Walnut Creek, July 7, 2021. (PG&E) This is a breaking news update. More information to be added shortly.
    Free gardening classes resume Wednesday, June 16, at Our Garden, the demonstration garden founded by the Bay Area News Group and managed by the Contra Costa Master Gardeners. Last year’s class schedule was canceled by the pandemic and stay-at-home mandates, although master gardeners continued to grow produce and tend the garden at Shadelands Drive and Wiget Lane in Walnut Creek. Fruits and vegetables grown at the garden are donated to the Monument Crisis Center in Concord. The garden, founded in 2009, will host free classes on sustainable gardening at 10 a.m. every Wednesday through the end of October. Master Gardeners will speak on a variety of topics including planting summer and winter gardens, composting, growing grapes and keeping critters out of your garden. Related Articles Los Gatos community briefs for the week of June 18 What to do if you find scale on a fruit tree This week in the garden: Don’t wait to plant warm season vegetables Bay Area wildlife: How to deal with all the animals visiting your garden and...
    DEAR JOAN: My husband and I found a Muscovy duck at Heather Farm Park in Walnut Creek yesterday. In researching it, I discovered its home is Mexico, Central and South America. What is it doing here and how did it get to Heather Farm? It appears to be the only one. Cheryl Thompson, Walnut Creek DEAR CHERYL: The Muscovy duck could be an escapee from a farm, someone’s lost pet, or part of a community of domesticated Muscovy ducks now living and breeding in the Bay Area. Birdwatchers first reported the duck in the park in early April. As you discovered, the Muscovy is not from Moscow, nor Russia, nor even from Europe. It is native to Mexico, and South America, and is considered a tropical bird. No one is quite sure where it got its name, but one theory is that the ducks were given that name because a trading company, known as the Muscovy Company, sometimes sold European buyers the ducks it procured in Mexico. Another idea is that “Muscovy” sounded exotic, which the ducks certainly are, coming...
    WALNUT CREEK (BCN/CBS SF) — A suspect has been arrested in connection with a homicide Monday at Civic Park, Walnut Creek police said Tuesday. A witness helped with the identification of 63-year-old Mark Banducci, described as a transient, as the suspect in the fatal assault early Monday at the park. READ MORE: Marin School Board Votes To Rename Drake High After Beloved, Former Teacher Archie Williams Police were notified at 5:36 a.m. about an injured man in the gazebo at Civic Park. Officers located a man unconscious with a head injury, according to police. Paramedics were called and the victim was taken to a hospital where he was initially listed in critical condition, police said. READ MORE: Pedestrian Struck By Smart Train In Santa Rosa Once Banducci was identified, plain clothes officers checked the area and located him walking on Contra Costa Boulevard near Crescent Drive in Pleasant Hill. Uniformed officers were summoned to take him into custody. Banducci was booked for murder at the Martinez Detention Facility and is being held on $1 million bail, police said. MORE NEWS:...
    WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) — A man was critically injured following what police call an attempted murder at a park in Walnut Creek Monday, and police were looking for a suspect. Walnut Creek police said dispatchers received a 911 call at 5:36 a.m. from someone reporting a man appeared to be injured at the gazebo in Civic Park. READ MORE: Salvation Army Sued Over Failure To Pay Minimum Wage For Work Required Of People In Rehab Officers arrived to find a man unconscious with a serious head injury, police said. Medics took the unidentified victim to a hospital where he was listed in critical condition. READ MORE: EBMUD Seeks To Increase Water, Sewer Rates By 4% Annually In New Budget Investigators determined the victim was with a man earlier in the morning and that person is believed to the suspect in the assault. He was described as a White man in his 40s, about five-foot-one to five-foot-three with thin gray hair, clean-shaven, and missing several teeth. Police said based on the preliminary investigation it believed the incident was isolated and...
    WALNUT CREEK. Calif. (KGO) -- Emergency crews in Walnut Creek quickly doused a 3-alarm fire at a senior care facility after a report of an explosion Thursday afternoon.SKY7 was over the scene on Castle Hill Road where a home appeared to be heavily damaged by a fire. Smoke could be seen rising from the house as firefighters worked to douse any hotspots.ABC7 News reporter Leslie Brinkley spoke to a staff member at the facility who said the "place blew up" and quickly caught fire. They said only five residents live there and were able to safely get them out of the building.Authorities say due to the windy weather, embers flew in several different directions which resulted in crews having to put out multiple spot fires.Fire officials say all residents living in the senior care facility have been accounted for and didn't require treatment.The Walnut Creek Police Department is asking residents to avoid the area of South Main Street and Castle Hill Road due to this fire.The cause of the fire is currently unknown but authorities are investigating the oxygen tanks...
    WALNUT CREEK. Calif. (KGO) -- Emergency crews in Walnut Creek quickly doused a 2-alarm fire at a senior home after a report of an explosion Thursday afternoon.SKY7 was over the scene on Castle Hill Road where a home appeared to be heavily damaged by a fire. Smoke could be seen rising from the house as firefighters worked to douse any hotspots.Residents on Twitter said they heard an explosion and saw a large plume of black smoke in the sky.The Walnut Creek Police Department is asking residents to avoid the area of South Main Street and Castle Hill Road due to this fire.Authorities say they also responded to a second fire on the fourth-floor balcony of an apartment building across the street.The cause of the fire is currently unknown and there are no reports of injuries at this time.Stay with ABC7 News for the latest details on this developing story.
    The Bay Area-based Pacific Catch seafood chain has announced that it hopes to open its long-planned Santa Clara restaurant in March. The location at Santa Clara Square, a mixed-used development that fronts Highway 101, will be the 11th in the group. The expansion was announced in early 2020, just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic limited operations at restaurants in California and across the nation. Pacific Catch, which bills itself as a “West Coast fish house,” specializes in fresh, sustainable fish and seafood dishes inspired by Asia, Latin America and Polynesia — Hawaiian poke bowls, fish tacos, pan-Asian rice bowls and daily fish specials — and offers a full bar with specialty cocktails, California wines and microbrews. The restaurant was founded in 2003 on San Francisco’s Chestnut Street by entrepreneurs Aaron Noveshen and Keith Cox, with expansion locations throughout the Bay Area. The Walnut Creek, Cupertino and Palo Alto eateries became the eight, ninth and 10th locations, respectively, in the chain. Related Articles Super Bowl: Here are 4 Bay Area restaurants offering game day takeout meals 7...
    WALNUT CREEK (KPIX 5) — One East Bay nursing home took a big step forward in the fight against the coronavirus Tuesday as residents and staff at a Walnut Creek facility received their first COVID vaccinations. The first dose of the vaccine was being administered to seniors at Viamonte in Walnut Creek. It is one of the first senior living facilities in the Bay Area to roll out the vaccines to all residents. The priority was to get front-line health care workers vaccinated first, then move on to seniors who are in these types of community living situations. Health care experts say they’re particularly at risk due to the fact that they can have severe complications from contracting COVID. The residents KPIX talked with who’d just received their vaccines said it gives them hope going into 2021. “It’s a real gift and I feel really blessed and grateful that we have this opportunity,” said resident Ray Greenleaf. “I feel hopeful about 2021, most importantly about being able to hug my family and friends and socialize with them again,” said Viamonte...
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- Citing an urgent need to help struggling restaurants after the second coronavirus stay-at-home order, the Walnut Creek City Council has decided to move forward on a relief grant program.The exact details of the grant program will be drafted and brought back to the City Council for review. City staff said the money likely won't be distributed until February at the earliest.RELATED: Devastated small business owners in the East Bay react to new shutdownGenerally, the program will see to provide $5,000 or $10,000 grants to restaurants in the city. The money would come from the city's general fund, which had some unspent money that had been budgeted in 2020.Which businesses will be eligible is yet to be determined. The council advised staff to consider several factors, including the number of employees, whether it is independent versus a chain, whether it is downtown or citywide and basic financial information like tax returns.The council recommended allocating $500,000 to the program.VIDEO: Here's what Walnut Creek looked like on day 1 of new shelter-in-placeEMBED More News Videos It's a different...
    WALNUT CREEK — A man was arrested for attempted homicide after police say he shot a man at the a motel on North Main Street Saturday morning. Walnut Creek police officers responded to reports of a man shot inside a motel room on the 2300 block of N. Main Street at about 9:37 a.m. Saturday, police said. Officers found one person suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. The victim was taken to John Muir Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Officers and detectives believed the suspect, 30-year-old Dashon Banks, was still on scene inside a motel room. The Central County SWAT Team and a contingency of local police departments responded to the scene to assist, police said. At about 3 p.m. on Saturday SWAT officials took Banks into custody without incident, police say. Police had no further information Sunday. Banks was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and robbery, police said.
    A Walnut Creek City Council member wants safety “buffer zones” marked at protests in the wake of a recent clash where private security guards flanking Planned Parenthood protesters pepper-sprayed counter-demonstrators. Multiple people told the council this week that the Oct. 13 incident at the Planned Parenthood office on Oakland Boulevard raises safety concerns. Councilman Kevin Wilk said at the meeting he was firmly against the idea of bringing armed guards to protests, adding that the security was “as close to a private police force as I’ve seen in our city. “Based on the weapons these guards had, it looks like these guards were there to intimidate and prepare for escalation,” Wilk said. He asked city staff to draft an ordinance that would create a 25-foot buffer between protesters and their target. Anti-abortion protests are a common sight in front of Planned Parenthood health clinics around the country. Planned Parenthood offers a variety of healthcare treatments for women, including abortions done inside or referred elsewhere. According to the Walnut Creek Police Department’s Facebook post, officers were called to the Planned Parenthood...
    Protesters were pepper-sprayed during a confrontation at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Walnut Creek, California, according to NBC News. Anti-abortion group 40 Days for Life arrived with armed security guards and clashed with counter-protesters in front of the building on Tuesday. The anti-abortion group said its charge is to "end the injustice of abortion." "It was like a war zone out there," a Walnut Creek resident, Trevor Henrich, told NBC News. "I was shocked that it happened." A 25-year-old real estate agent and counter-protester said she was shocked to see protesters come to the demonstration with their own armed guards. Lacey Brown wrote on Facebook, "Today, along with @amyemeraldink @trevorhenrichphoto and Zero, I got maced in the face by private security hired by the “pro-life” @40daysforlife.official Catholics. Not one of us put hands on or made physical contact of any kind with the pro-life protestors OR their private security that were refusing us access to the public sidewalk. Several of us were blinded for an extended time, and I am covered in chemical burns across my skin." A Contra Costa County District...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Support workers, vote no on Prop. 22 The article “Poll finds lukewarm support for Prop. 22” (Sept. 24) missed an important detail about the “gig” companies (Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Instacart) campaigning to roll back the law that requires employee benefits and protections. Gig companies argue that treating their workers as employees is unaffordable. Yet these companies can never be profitable without removing the human element. Remember the hype about fleets of self-driving cars? Uber and Lyft were so eager to eliminate jobs they put their half-baked autonomous vehicles on the road before they were safe. If Proposition 22 passes, my stock portfolio will benefit short term, and I’ll continue to enjoy the undeniable conveniences of chauffeured rides and restaurant delivery. Long term, the gig economy will exacerbate disparities in wealth, health and happiness in California. Support people, not profits. Bud Miller Richmond Trump’s push threatens respect for judiciary I am appalled at the disrespect with which the Trump/McConnell cabal has treated the death of Justice...
    WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) — An coronavirus outbreak at a Walnut Creek nursing facility has infected 130 residents and workers and taken the lives of 12 people, according to state health officials. Figures provided by the California Department of Public Health on coronavirus cases at skilled nursing facilities in the state showed that the ManorCare Health Services-Tice Valley facility, located on Tice Valley Boulevard in Walnut Creek, had a total of 92 patients and 38 health care workers who had tested positive for COVID-19. There are currently 25 residents at the facility who are positive and 12 patients there have died from COVID-19 during the pandemic. On Tuesday, the CDPH confirmed it had sent a strike team of infection prevention specialists to the facility. State health officials are working with the local health department and others to help mitigate any further infections and assess for potential exposures, according to officials. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the center has a record of health violations.
    WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) — Someone tried to kill the driver of a vehicle that was stopped at an intersection in Walnut Creek late Monday afternoon, police said. Someone called 911 at 4:56 p.m. to tell police that a shooting had occurred at Homestead Avenue and Ygnacio Valley Road. The victim was in his vehicle when another person walked up to the vehicle and opened fire with a handgun, according to police. Police officers gave first aid to the victim and he was taken to a hospital where he is in stable condition. Police described the suspect as a Hispanic man, about 25 years old with an average build. He was about 5 feet 5 inches tall and had a low cut haircut and a mustache. It doesn’t appear that there is an active threat to the public, police said, because they believe the shooting was isolated. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Detective Leonard at (925) 943-3523. © Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News Service. All Rights Reserved. This material may not...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device. A diverse crowd of several hundred people attended the “Justice for Miles Hall Rally and Tribute” at Civic Park in Walnut Creek Wednesday evening. Hall, 23, was shot by Walnut Creek police while he experienced a mental health episode on June 2, 2019. Hall’s parents Scott and Taun Hall spoke at the event, along with a number of others. The Halls created the Miles Hall Foundation to educate families and “help protect those suffering with mental illness from excessive use of force by law enforcement.” The family is calling for change in the way authorities handle such situations. WALNUT CREEK, CA – JULY 01: A picture of Miles Hall is seen during the “Justice for Miles Hall Rally and Tribute” at Civic Park in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Hall, 23, was shot and killed by Walnut Creek police while he experienced a mental health episode on June 2, 2019. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)  Rick Perez, of Richmond, whose son Richard “Pedie”...
    Media player above: SKY7 is flying over reports of looting at several stores in the East Bay.WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- Protests of the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police were well underway by late Sunday afternoon, with the City of Walnut Creek quickly declaring a curfew beginning at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, following looting at at least two major stores in that city.Social media posts showed looters at both the Macy's store in the Broadway Plaza shopping center downtown and at the Target store on Main Street near Ygnacio Valley Road. There were reports of a woman being shot in the arm in the downtown area, as well.RELATED: Here's which Bay Area cities are under curfew and what it meansSKY7 was up above when a group of looters turned on one another and began fighting over clothes.VIDEO: Looters turn on each other in Walnut CreekEMBED More News VideosSKY7 was up above when two groups of looters turned on each other and started fighting over clothes in Walnut Creek. SKY7 also flew over the Sunvalley Mall where...
    Media player above: SKY7 is flying over a protest in San Francisco ahead of the 8 p.m. curfew.WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- Protests of the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police were well underway by late Sunday afternoon, with the City of Walnut Creek quickly declaring a curfew beginning at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, following looting at at least two major stores in that city.Social media posts showed looters at both the Macy's store in the Broadway Plaza shopping center downtown and at the Target store on Main Street near Ygnacio Valley Road. There were reports of a woman being shot in the arm in the downtown area, as well.RELATED: Here's which Bay Area cities are under curfew and what it meansSKY7 was up above when a group of looters turned on one another and began fighting over clothes.VIDEO: Looters turn on each other in Walnut CreekEMBED More News VideosSKY7 was up above when two groups of looters turned on each other and started fighting over clothes in Walnut Creek. SKY7 also flew over the Sunvalley Mall...
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- The Walnut Creek Police Department has issued a curfew effective immediately after looting at Broadway Plaza and Target.Walnut Creek PD sent out a Nixle alert saying the curfew was in effect starting at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.SKY7 was up above when a group of looters turned on one another and began fighting over clothes.VIDEO: Looters turn on each other in Walnut CreekEMBED More News Videos SKY7 was up above when two groups of looters turned on each other and started fighting over clothes in Walnut Creek. There are also reports of looting underway at Sunvalley Mall in Concord.This story is developing, stay with us for updates.
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- The Walnut Creek Police Department is responding to reports of looting at Broadway Plaza.Several tweets from an East Bay Times photographer shows a group marching down a street and breaking into Nordstrom. Other video shows a group running out of Macy's with several pieces of clothing in hand.It's unknown at this time if any other business were looted.This story is developing, stay with us for updates.
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- The Walnut Creek Police Department is responding to reports of looting at Broadway Plaza.Several tweets from an East Bay Times photographer shows a group marching down a street and breaking into Nordstrom. Other video shows a group running out of Macy's with several pieces of clothing in hand.It's unknown at this time if any other business were looted.This story is developing, stay with us for updates.
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