The Anatomy of Public Corruption

Claims Against City of Walnut Creek

Claims Against City of Walnut Creek
By Pete Bennett  
WALNUT CREEK CA -- For nearly ten years no one believed me about events that a large scale fraud operation was centered in Contra Costa County complete with all the resources and cover needed to run a covert operation.

In 2004 my truck explodes - A motorcycle officer arrives saying you we're burned alive, then months later the Gas Pipeline Explosion killed five but along the way there are four more deaths.  When discovering connections between my truck fire, then connecting my attorneys offices were connected to the same CNET offices, then connecting one of Chris Butlers clients to the 1170 Lincoln Ave Apartments but when my calls to CAL FIRE PIPELINE SAFETY GROUP who decided hanging up was better than answering questions about my findings.

I am eternally frustrated with my cars being totaled, accidents occurring near me, my friends, and my sons who were nearly killed in a high speed near direct "Swoop and Squat" and then eight years later my car is totaled in Lafayette CA by a retired cop and after three years with the FBI, SAG and CHP State Investigators, a very close call attempted murder by vehicle in Walnut Creek CA nothing.

My friend is beat to death in the Martinez Detention Facility which might be better suited to be Martinez Death Facility kill on arrival when appropriate.  The one good change was watching Walnut Creek PD arrest a off the charts belligerent patron of HubCaps Restaurant Walnut Creek.  The guy was an easy take down who apparently thought the bathroom was someone behind the kitchen are.  Either way they took the Sumo Wrestler down fast effectively but most important safely.  They used The Wrap and at the end of the day no one got hurt.

Perhaps we won't ever have another Banta or Bremer again which is two young men I personally knew.

The claims have been filed but I can't find an attorney because many attorneys know about The Dead Attorney Syndrome and the Contra Costa Bar Association should be investigated for ignoring issues I raised before many of these deaths occurred.  Our public officials at all levels should protecting businesses from extortion, arson, murders and tactical economic games targeting elderly residents (Benny Chetcuti Jr. and Walter Ng) who managed to ramp up millions collectively leading to Billions in Fraud.

That doesn't include the PG&E, Oakland Hills, and Kinder Morgan Fire. 


The Western Edge of the Mormon Universe

The Western Edge of the Mormon Universe
By Pete Bennett 
Danville CA-- Around June 2004 I was served with restraining orders, I'd just lost my Ford Explorer when this mysterious damage to 

The Arson History ~ Not Fire History

The Arson History Not Fire History
By Pete Bennett 

You be the Judge:

Try finding equivalent peer groups to match events found on my blogs.  Everything points to a network It's a network that has outmatched investigators because one core overarching aspect is these arsonists understand investigations and jurisdictions to the letter.  Each incident carefully plotted to exploit any chance of overlapping investigations.  

The Consistent Patterns 

Dead witnesses? Restaurants Burning? Lumber Yards, School Buses, Exploding Airline Passenger Planes, Two Gas Pipeline Explosions and the after Celebrations someone under the mountain.  
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The Consistent Patterns 
Dead witnesses? Restaurants Burning? Lumber Yards, School Buses, Exploding Airline Passenger Planes, Two Gas Pipeline Explosions and the after Celebrations someone under the mountain.  

The Consistent Patterns 

Dead witnesses? Restaurants Burning? Lumber Yards, School Buses, Exploding Airline Passenger Planes, Two Gas Pipeline Explosions and the after Celebrations someone under the mountain.  
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The Secret Arson Network - Explosions, Deaths and Destruction

The Secret Arson Network - by Pete Bennett

Burn Bennett Alive 

It took years of searching for suspects in my 2004 Truck Arson where I was nearly burned alive.  In 2013
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Danville Police Officer is CHP Impersonator / Arson Witness

During a trip to Walnut Creek CA mid August 2004 my truck burst into flames just North of El Cerro Blvd on 680 but my original allegations that a CHP officer failed to recognize an a Murder Conspiracy using Arson was actually a Danville Motorcycle Officer who reappeared in 2012 Impersonating a CHP officer.

It was attempted Murder with help from the Danville Police and Contra Costa Sheriffs Office where they've covered up these lynchings

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Dead Witnesses ~ Contra Costa Style - can't win kill em!


PRESS RELEASE: Former PG&E Programmer Attacked Again

PRESS RELEASE: Former PG&E Programmer Attacked Again

Dear PG&E, 


Press Release: Gas Pipeline Explosions Witnesses Being Killed

Kinder Morgan Fire DEAD Witnesses 
By Pete Bennett  
Walnut Creek CA:  On about July 20th, 2011, Pete Bennett while contracted to PG&E as a Software developer car was totaled in Lafayette CA where Lafayette Police a Contra Costa County Sheriff Office contract agency informed Mr. Bennett on multiple occasions that this was attempted murder.

Mr. Bennett upon being a previous arson victim from 2004 again without resolution began systematically breaking down catastrophic events costing insurers billions annually.

The responsible agencies in charge of protecting the public trust have engaged in a systematic pattern of arson coverup, witness intimidation, murders of witnesses and attempted murders of relations of witnesses has degraded to dissuade a Federal Agent by shooting out the tires on sig other tires.

With extensive research Mr. Bennett identified suspects, witnesses and interested parties plus responsible public agencies that a long pattern of unchecked arson cases have been deliberately derailed by investigators.

The dead witnesses are

Date Victim
TB - Monthly 01/04/2012
2 TB - Monthly 02/04/2012 Declined
3 TB - Monthly 03/04/2012 Pending
4 TB - Monthly 04/04/2012 Call in to confirm


The City Attorneys Office Incident

The Walnut Creek City Attorneys Office 
By Pete Bennett CNET Scandal Date:  
Walnut Creek -- A 57 year old homeless man this attempted to get copies of police reports once again but was met with an armed resistance from officers once again seeking to prevent a resident from seeking documents.  Inside the City Attorney's offices there is a sanctuary of decorum, curiosity and rules but the guys with the cameras that look they're using the steroids they confiscating is whole different landscape.

It was like WTF, why are you here, you want documents? You have a problem?

On October 30th 2011 I was attacked in the Walnut Creek Farmers Market by Union Goon but officer John Rabonowitz told me there was no crime, then Lt. Gorski told me there was no Internal Affairs and Chief Bryden told there was no connection to my car being totaled after our July 6th conversation.  I guess he already knew that Lafayette Chief Uncle Eric Christiansen was actaully uncle Eric to my sons half brother.


Las Lomas and Murwood - Risk Assessment~Witnesses to Explosion

READ THIS If you saw the Kinder-Morgan Explosion
By Pete Bennett CNET 
Walnut Creek CA-- It took ten years to tie back why numerous Walnut Creek Police Officers Clandestine Disruption Operation have relentlessly targeted me.  


Walnut Creek Resident nearly killed on I-5 less 24 Hours after Bennett Speaks (Bennett Friend)

He's Connected To Federal Agent and FBI could care less 
By Pete Bennett 

Walnut Creek -- While traveling north on I-5 near Roseburg, Oregon on June 18th 2014, my good friend and music partner blows a tire, goes airborne 4-5 feet and crash lands on all fours.  The OSP were surprised he wasn't hurt or killed.

Is this another victim of the Walnut Creek Witness Killers where unidentified bodies are found near the Las Lomas Triangle where pipelines explodes and witnesses die?  

On June 16th in direct terms to the City Council about how two Walnut Creek Police Officers appeared to be setting me up to be killed near Nordstroms or perhaps my comments about going the SEC about the 2004 Kinder-Morgan Pipeline Explosion which via extensive research revealed that four additional deaths are connected to this fire.  Another viewpoint is these unreported deaths would tend impact investor decisions confidence as the facts about the explosion are in doubt.  

I am waiting for a copy of the police report that is so easy to get when you're media.  

If you're witness to the Kinder Morgan Explosion I'd suggest calling the SEC Whistleblower line as when you call the FBI you might get lucky.  Calling the Walnut Creek Police is nearly worthless at this time.  


Bennett Speaks ~ The Witness Killers Strike Again

The Witness Killers Strike Again 
By Pete Bennett CNET Scandal Date:  
Walnut Creek CA -- On June 17th 2014 once again taking the podium at great risk to the safety of my sons, friends and clients.  The next morning Bennett returns to Walnut Creek Police for yet another records request forced to go on his own because of the  DEAD ATTORNEY SYNDROME because the legal community sits on the crapper in fear and the State Bar doesn't see the problem.


The Outside Nordstrom's Attempted Murder

The Murder Weapon was found here. ....

By Pete Bennett

This car followed me one night during the late evening hours the night of June 9, 2014.  I outsmarted the driver who passed me up and then came around.  Two police officers were waiting as I was about to cross.  

They are have been fired.  A few weeks later the same car was parked in front of the now former LIFT Lounge located on Locust Street Walnut Creek. 

Walnut Creek -- On Tuesday June 9th 2014 at 23:10 Hrs, a sus/vic vehicle began following (sus/vic) Bennett from Barnes and Noble Walnut Creek just after closing hours. Bennett a local homeless advocate is fully aware that homeless in Walnut Creek CA are being killed along with many other residents in the area.

The incident resulted in once again seeing the same core group of officers who've for the last ten years have harassed this citizen endlessly. It took several years of researching when I realized the same officers in this deadly Pipeline Explosion in 2004 where WCPD Bomb Squad Truck was on the scene is connected to officers that killed Anthony Banta Jr. of Paradise High School where my sons were are definitive witnesses to the 2005 Bennett Murder Attempt via high speed accident.

Walnut Creek is the city with the glowing reputation of being Rodeo Drive North has darker secrets where bodies being found 500 feet from Las Lomas High School and the larger Las Lomas Triangle – The Vortex Under Mt. Diablo a name needed to describe what's going on in Cold Case County where investigators bury cases using a The Dead Letter Box which is how spy masters handle their covert operatives. In 2013 a live person answered 925-313-2632 The Arson Murder Case so we don't know about the deceased is a mother who's likely another victim of the Dead Attorney Syndrome.



OBIT: The Judith and Adam Williams Murders or Murder Suicide

Murder-suicide mom wanted to keep boy from dad
Henry K. Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer
Published 4:00 am, Saturday, July 25, 2009
Reposted for all to ponder

From San Francisco Chronicle

The Walnut Creek woman who killed her teenage son on Mount Diablo before shooting herself was angry that the boy was spending more time with her ex-husband, her brother told The Chronicle after reading her suicide note.

Judith Elizabeth Williams, 51, decided to kill her 16-year-old son, Adam Williams, in part because her ex-husband had recently moved back to California from Missouri and was spending every other weekend with their son, her brother said. On Friday, father and son were to have left on a trip to Southern California.

"She didn't want Adam to go to his dad," Williams' brother, Bill Collins, 55, of Palo Cedro (Shasta County) said Friday. "That was obvious."

On the afternoon of July 17, Williams and Adam drove up to Lookout Point near the top of Mount Diablo. They got out of her Toyota Corolla and enjoyed the view. Williams took a picture of her son and then ambushed him with two shots to his chest and head before killing herself, authorities said.

"I loved my sister," Collins said. "I have to have sympathy for her plight, but I have no sympathy for her taking Adam. Since she shot that beautiful boy, that sympathy goes out the window."

Collins said his sister had made clear in a three-page, typed suicide note found beside her computer that she wanted her and her son's lives to end.

She described taking her cats to a shelter the day before and of taking Zachary, the family dog, to the veterinarian to have it euthanized at 11:45 a.m., only hours before the drive up to Mount Diablo, Collins said.

'Extremely calculating'

She expressed anguish that Adam, the boy she had raised alone since she filed for divorce from Jim Williams in 1996, was spending more time with her ex-husband, Collins said.

"It seemed extremely calculating and deliberate in its purpose," Collins said of his sister's reasoning.

He said his sister had also touched on financial problems she had been having for at least a decade. She wrote something to the effect of, "This was (the) only option because bills are due," Collins said.

Judith Williams filed for bankruptcy protection once, in 1999, and her landlord told The Chronicle that she was behind on the $1,700 monthly rent for her house on Blackwood Drive.

After their five-year marriage dissolved, Jim Williams moved to St. Louis and saw his son only during the holidays. Her former husband, now 45, moved to Roseville (Placer County) a couple of years ago and started seeing Adam every other weekend and a couple of weeks each summer.

"I thought it was the right thing to do," Collins said.

But Judith Williams was "livid," her brother said. She felt that she had done all the work of raising Adam.

"She had a chip on her shoulder that I never really understood," Collins said. "It was kind of strange."

Tension in family

Collins said his sister could be difficult and was "tough as nails" in her dealings with others. She had a falling-out with their younger brother and had only recently made up with her older sister after a dispute, Collins said. "There was a difficult family dynamic," he said.

Despite their problems, he said, the siblings had reached out to Williams, offering her money and support. Collins said he had encouraged his sister and Adam to come live with him in Shasta County.

Why Williams took the path she did will forever haunt her family, Collins said. 'I'm bewildered'

"I wouldn't say I'm angry. I would say I'm ashamed," he said. "I'm bewildered. I'm perplexed. I'm sad she would do something like that" to a son she treated "like solid gold." Dax Harris, head track coach at Las Lomas High School in Walnut Creek, where Adam would have been a junior in the fall, said the boy had been "improving every day" on the field.

"It's a really tragic circumstance. I think it's kind of a selfish act," Harris said Friday as he prepared to attend a memorial for Adam in Fair Oaks (Sacramento County).

"I really don't see the point in something like this," Harris said. "I figure you can set differences aside when it comes to divorce and doing stuff with the kids."


Your Public Officials Are Failing You

When the CNET Scandal broke in 2011 it was clear all the calls I’d made the FBI were paying off.  In 2004 I went through a long list of attacks, arson, fires and accidents. 

In 2005 while my sons were students at San Ramon Valley Unified Schools covering Danville, San Ramon and south Walnut Creek my sons and I were on 680 heading WB 580 when a driver tried to flip us.

That incident claimed the life of the other driver who hit the median at 70 to perhaps 90 MPH.  Back then my sons were lucky but after ten years of many deliberate incidents it’s clear I was targeted and that the sum of my incident to several Gas Pipeline Explosions which leads a Danville Police Motorcycle Officer who was in Walnut Creek CA around Sept 2012 wearing those CHP truck inspection Overalls over his Navy Blues – with TAU, a mistake that State Senator Mark DeSaulnier made in August 2011, as relatives of two state senators have been murdered. I told the unit three years ago that persons near CNET have been regularly since the 80’s and the Dead Seeno Witness List page explain what’s truly happening.

I began once again calling Contra Costa Officials for help over ten years ago.  In 2004 a pipeline exploded in your county, straddled between two schools with thousands of students.  In 2004, Mormons from Alamo CA and Danville Police tried to kill me via the “Bennett Truck Arson Fire” on NB 680 where but that deliberately concealed fire preceded a deadly explosion in Walnut Creek where a pipeline explosion in close enough proximity to level two schools with thousands of students.

These Gas Pipeline Fires devastated lives on two sides of the San Francisco Bay but the Kinder Morgan Fire has far too many links to my events.  The Driscoll Murders are connected to Mountain Cascade Construction, CAL Fire, Kinder Morgan (KMP) where the billionaire settles out financially but reading up on Richard Morgan sketchy sounding operations but a research piece by

The Dead Danville Building Inspector –Gary Vinson Collins 12/19/2011



The Danville Building Inspector attacked me at my Danville Residence in Sept 2004 a month after the Bennett Arson Fire


CNET Officers, The Dead CNET Witnesses, Attorneys and Students


Author: Pete Bennett | Phone 510-460-5641

Walnut Creek CA : This story like started decades ago with an arson/murder, a murder and an arson on a farm.  One of strongest likely starting points of decades tactical murder for hire operation that extends into Contra Costa County Law Enforcement at many levels. 




► Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info



More forms  Burdensome?  Read the blog folks – my sons are at risk. 


From: Higgins,Jean []
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 12:22 PM
To: ''



Subject: FW: Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info

Mr. Bennett,

Ms. Snyder forwarded your e-mail to the Risk Management Department as she was unable to address your request. Subsequently, I consulted legal counsel and was advised that you need to present, in person, written authorization to obtain copies of your children’s medical records.  I do realize that this is burdensome for you but Feather River Hospital’s obligations to protect patient privacy makes this step necessary. 


I know I’m the father and I get to go to jail for child support and everyone in the fucking universe knows I’m the father

I have legal court papers, and it doesn’t matter that Attorney Victor Golub helped hide my kids from me. 

In the past you have contacted multiple individuals in our organization with this request, but going forward the Risk Management Department will be the single point of contact.  Should you inadvertently contact another department, you will be redirected.

As to your request for a claims person, if you are interested in pursuing a claim, you will need to contact your attorney.

Jean Higgins

Quality/Risk Manager

From: Snyder,Tamera
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 2:22 PM
To: Higgins,Jean
Subject: FW: Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info

From: [] On Behalf Of Pete Bennett
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 4:31 PM
To: Snyder,Tamera
Subject: RE: Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info

Dear Ms. Synder, 

I have called more than once.  Do your job and find me a claims person before I file a lawsuit as my sons are at risk and I shouldn't have to go through this much effort to gain access to my sons records - i have joint legal custody. 

No more push back from all points as I will be very clear that my ex wife is nuts and dangerous to our sons.  

Pete Bennett 


Subject: RE: Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2013 15:00:54 +0000

Unfortunately, until you make contact and are assigned a specific individual, there is no email address.

From: [] On Behalf Of Pete Bennett
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2013 2:04 PM
To: Snyder,Tamera
Subject: RE: Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info

I want the email for the risk manager in Roseville - I am not going to fix your mistake at my expense - I don't have a place to receive mail.  it's that bad 

Subject: Adventist Health Risk Management Contact Info
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 19:49:46 +0000

Adventist Health

ATTN:  Risk Management

2100 Douglas Blvd.

Roseville, CA 95661


It is very important that you include YOUR contact information (the BEST way for them to reach you) in your correspondence.



OBIT: David Bremer Alamo Man Found Dead Inside County Jail Cell in Martinez

Bennett Customer


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Many of the public officials and members of the Contra Costa Leadership Council would know of the stories, events and incidents. It is a vicious group bent on winning political postures which leads to control of the county and cities.


David was born to William C. Bremer and Debbie Blanchard Bremer on June 16, 1989 in Walnut Creek.

He graduated from Del Amigo High School in 2008. David loved all forms of sports and excelled at many, especially baseball and golf.

He will be greatly missed by his California family; father Bill Bremer, mother Debbie Bremer, brother Dane Blanchard, his grandmother Suzanne Bremer; his aunts and uncles; Barbara & Jim Paetz, Rob & Lynn Bremer and Jeff Bremer. His cousins; Devin & Patrick Sullivan, Ryan & Sean Evans, Jezelle Zuschin, Parker & Grant Bremer. He is predeceased by his grandfather, Robert F. Bremer and his aunt Nancy Evans Zuschin. The Baugh Family of Memphis, Tennessee will also be missing their beloved David; aunts and uncles; Richard & Melissa Baugh, William & Melanie Baugh and Karen Brownlee. His cousins; Haley, Whitney, Garrett, Stephanie & William Baugh; Jessie, Lacy & Jacob Brownlee. A memorial gathering will take place on April 5th from 1:00 to 4:00 PM at 208 Britain Ct., Alamo, CA.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to N.A.M.I. to support others in need.

PO Box 62596 Baltimore, MD 21264 703-516-7970

Alamo Man Identified as Man Found Dead Inside County Jail Cell in Martinez

MARCH 21, 2014 15:00 PM ·
59 COMMENTS An inmate found dead in a cell at Contra Costa County Jail in Martinez on Thursday has been identified as David Bremer, 24, of Alamo. Bremer died at Contra Costa County Regional Medical Center in Martinez on Thursday after he was found unresponsive in a cell at the Martinez Detention Facility, according to a Contra Costa County coroner’s deputy and sheriff’s spokesman Jimmy Lee.

He was arrested in Walnut Creek on an outstanding warrant and on suspicion of resisting arrest and booked into jail around 1 a.m. Thursday, according to the sheriff’s office.

Lee said Bremer talked about wanting to harm himself during a medical screening at the jail, Lee said. As a result, deputies placed him in what is known as a safety cell and checked on him regularly, the spokesman said.

Deputies went to check on the inmate around 7:35 a.m. and found him unresponsive. Medical staff rendered aid and he was taken to the hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.

Lee declined to say whether Bremer was found with any objects he might have used to hurt himself.

The coroner’s office is performing an autopsy on his body today. The death is under investigation, following standard procedure in the event of an in-custody fatality. A coroner’s inquest will be held to have a jury determine Bremer’s manner of death.
1Rose Garden March 21, 2014 at 3:22 PM

Very sad…. 2Shataundra March 21, 2014 at 3:46 PM

Somebody beez in big trouble! 3Find Waldo March 21, 2014 at 4:51 PM

Sounds fishy. Not sure how this could of happened if a safety precautions were taken. Guess we will have to wait and see. 4Sad for him March 21, 2014 at 5:10 PM

My son was “resisting arrest” in WC too. They took him to county jail where they “punished” him for it. It took months to get over that physically.

Too bad this kid did not make it.

Condolences to his family. 5Anonymous March 21, 2014 at 5:14 PM


Nice try Wendy 6Yhe Phantom March 21, 2014 at 5:20 PM

Condolences to David’s parents.

There can be no grief greater than losing a child. 7Yhe Phantom March 21, 2014 at 5:34 PM

“My son was “resisting arrest” in WC too.”?

I’m guessing your son was unable to work for a while during his recovery from the abuse…no?

Actually they don’t “punish” anyone but the “controlling” arrest against the ground can be quite “disarming” but not remarkable, and I recommend “not resisting”. 8Jerk March 21, 2014 at 5:36 PM

It works for the dashcam and the moronic jury though = The whole “Stop Resisting” line when they are pounding your face in.

Somebody Hits you in the face = You’re going to have a Reflex, unless you are a vegetable. 9old concord March 21, 2014 at 5:45 PM

Not good . But we’ll pay for it and be done . 10Philthy Phresh March 21, 2014 at 6:17 PM


Actually people still get their ass beat in jail bud.

Sad that we’re paying for safety cells tho. 11Marissa March 21, 2014 at 6:25 PM

This is just sad, he should have been watched. 12Anonymous March 21, 2014 at 7:04 PM

I wonder how many wrongful death suits for prison suicides, homicides, and so on, are decided in favor of the prisoner and his family. 13*A Friend* March 21, 2014 at 7:37 PM

this is so tragic &; I send my deepest condolences to his family @ this saddened time.

I am trying to figure this out, how an individual being arrested for a outstanding warrant is going to be under “SUSPICION OF RESISTING ARREST”…… THAT MAKES NO DAMN SENSE!!!!!! LAW ENFORCEMENT WILL DO ANYTHING THESE DAYS TO COME UP WITH SOME TYPE OF CHARGE TO GIVE AN INDIVIDUAL!!! WHATEVER HAPPENED TO PROTECTING & SERVING??? SOUNDS MORE LIKE HARASS & ARREST THESE DAYS. HUH! 14Shirley Wilson March 21, 2014 at 8:17 PM

His poor parents, this is heartbreaking. A young man I worked with years ago hanged himself in the Martinez jail, I don’t understand how it can happen. 15curious March 21, 2014 at 8:18 PM

I’d like to know what the arrest warrant was for. It makes a difference if it was for crimes against humanity or just flaking on a parking ticket. 16Landana March 21, 2014 at 8:39 PM


I agree, and given his age, he could of been a little punk, or he could have just been a young man making bad decisions. There is a difference. 17wb March 21, 2014 at 8:40 PM

David is my cousin. He moved to california when i was very young. I live here in tennessee and we havent seen each other in about three years. I was wondering if someone would keep me updated on this and give me and my family here in tennessee anything that they might know about this whole situation, because i really haven’t found out a whole lot. If someone would do this please let me know. Thank you. 18juan doe March 21, 2014 at 9:49 PM

May you rest in peace my friend. You were a good man. And so respectfull.

#16 correct yourself. He was no punk! 19Christina March 21, 2014 at 9:55 PM

I’m almost positive this is the same person I went to high school with. This is so said! If it is we used to hang out and he dated my friend. Wth this is crazy 20~M~ March 21, 2014 at 10:31 PM

Love you, David. You were truly a sweet kid… always smiling. 21CCW March 22, 2014 at 12:00 AM

Look it up, stuff like this happens across the country. An “Accident” happens and someone dies, officer on duty gets a slap on the wrist a transfer at most. 22Nice Marmot March 22, 2014 at 12:00 AM

This breaks my heart. I never met David, but I’ve known his father for several years. Maybe I’m just naive, but I a) don’t understand what a charge of “suspicion of resisting arrest” means, and b) how someone dies while in a safety cell while being “checked regularly.” I just pray his father can somehow find peace after this loss. 23Rate my March 22, 2014 at 5:51 AM

High Schools, search “L” Las Lomas, page 20, David Bremer, Social Studies. Read 40 students reviews. 24Happ March 22, 2014 at 7:35 AM

Does nobody read the story. He was arrested for a warrant, which means he was already causing himself trouble with the courts and cops! Odds are he did not cooperate when WCPD tried to take him into custody, which doesn’t sound far fetched considering warrants are issued when one fails to follow the courts orders. Resisting is an added charge, could have been running from cops or fighting with them when they tried to arrest for warrant.

@15- And parking ticket warrants aren’t warrants people get taken into custody for.

There are always those that want to blame others when something happens with no proof, I’ll wait till all the info is out before I pass judgement.

All around sad for family and those that knew him and are hurting. 25Anon 0808 March 22, 2014 at 7:49 AM

“I’d like to know what the arrest warrant was for. It makes a difference if it was for crimes against humanity or just flaking on a parking ticket.”

Parking tickets are civil–no warrants are issued for them. Your car gets inpounded when you have 5.

Lets wait for the tox screen results.

Forget the word suspicion– if that is what he was booked for then that is the charge. The warrant charge would be interesting. 26Don't Censor Me Bro March 22, 2014 at 8:24 AM


As usual, despite your lame attempt(s), you still don’t know the first thing about the realities of our criminal justice system.

Par for your course… 27Don't Censor Me Bro March 22, 2014 at 8:36 AM

@NM # 22

That phrase is the media’s way of reporting.

Per the warrant, law enforcement personnel are commanded to take fugitives into custody.

Obviously, some fugitives are 100% compliant and resist not; while some are less than 100% compliant and resist arrest, for a myriad of reasons.

BTW, resisting arrest can range from what would appear to be slight resistance to being extremely combative.

Hope this helps to clarify somewhat… 28AnonWC March 22, 2014 at 8:52 AM

@Rate my

That’s a different person. 29AdNice March 22, 2014 at 8:58 AM


You think this is him? You realize the reviews go back to 2001 which would make him a teacher 13 years ago at the ripe age of 11? 30something is fishy March 22, 2014 at 9:19 AM

Hmmmm booked at 1:00am okay and checking in process about an hour and half so we are now at 2:30 and he was not checked on for 5 hours hmmmm thats regularly? I think not and what happen to automatically sending 51/50 inmates to martinez mental hospital? Sad something seems to have slipped thru the crack here and now a 24 yr old has paid the ultimate penalty for it 31curious March 22, 2014 at 9:42 AM

Thanks for the correction, everyone. I thought I might have been on shaky legal ground. I should have used “forgetting jury duty” as an example. 32cg March 22, 2014 at 9:59 AM

You will be missed deeply rip my bfs bro was a kind kid 33Tree Farm March 22, 2014 at 10:23 AM

@ 24, 25, 27

At least some people understand how things work. 34Nice Marmot March 22, 2014 at 10:29 AM


Thanks. I guess I’d just never noticed that particular crime phrased as “suspicion of…”, but I guess they still need to report in the context of innocent until proven. 35Anonymous March 22, 2014 at 10:36 AM

You’d be surprised what people can have a warrant for their arrest for. My friend didn’t take all the classes after a DUI. He was driving, got pulled over and was thrown in jail. He didn’t even know there was a bench warrant.

Something is very wrong here.. I hope there’s an investigation into this. I know that he had some issues but they weren’t serious issues. More if making bad choices.. I feel horrible for his family during this time. The system has failed this kid. He was placed in a “safety cell” and then nobody checked on him?! Or was he already hurt when he went into the cell.. I think as citizens of this county, it’s out responsibility to find out what happened and try to get answers for this kid and his family and make sure these types of mistakes don’t happen again. He was not a violent person. If someone is talking about hurting themselves, they should be 51/50′d so they can be looked after by professionals in mental health.. End rant..

May his family get through this terrible time with the love and support of others. 36Cowellian March 22, 2014 at 11:07 AM

I suspect that a lot of people find out that there is a bench warrant out for them when they get pulled over and get thrown in jail. I suspect your friend was aware that he hadn’t completed all of his DUI classes, though. 37Anon 0808 March 22, 2014 at 11:57 AM

“My friend didn’t take all the classes after a DUI. He was driving, got pulled over and was thrown in jail. He didn’t even know there was a bench warrant.”

He KNEW he didn’t take all the classes, He signed the court papers to take ALL the classes & he NEVER thought there might be a warrant ??

He is too stupid to drive. NO sympathy from those of us who obey the law. 38rick james March 22, 2014 at 12:29 PM

This is sad this was my buddy

An long time friend. 39@ Rob March 22, 2014 at 12:59 PM

Same poster keeps changing names. Give away was previously pointed out: . Its 5150 not 51/50.

This poster acts like if a person happens to die in jail its all the cops fault. Its never about an individual who fails to act in a responsible way, first by not getting a warrant, then by resisting arrest.

Fact is no one knows why this self described suicidal person is dead. 40saif March 22, 2014 at 2:07 PM

This is very hard to believe. Obviously precautions were not taken and that is dissapointing. Someone us to blame and I hope they find out who. One love Bremer! To the good times and the fond memories. We stayed giggin. RIP brother. 41@39 March 22, 2014 at 3:27 PM

Self-described? Or Third-party reported? 42Happ March 22, 2014 at 4:11 PM

@ 35- your friend is an idiot. Your paperwork states if you fail to comply with the courts orders – ie classes, work details or whatever the warrant issued is for your original charge!!! Which in there case is DUI

He/She knew exactly what might happen if they no showed for what the court ordered.

Someone took their life which is very sad and I can’t imagine the mental place they were in to do it. I feel sorry for all involved, family and friends but to blame others for a suicide is really weak . When some passes by their own hand there is nobody to blame because the responsible is gone. 43JJ March 22, 2014 at 4:46 PM

I can tell you from experience. I was locked up in the same room David was in after a traumatic experience of being arrested. The room has no windows, no bench, no bed, no toilet and a metal door with a small slit in it which they cover. You are not given water if u need it. You could go a half day without a bologna sandwich. They don’t check you every 15 minutes and if you make noise they may taser u.

Please get my e-mail to his parents at They should sue and a class action lawsuit against the CC Sheriff’s Department is justified. I have already written the reporter at the CC Times an e-mail that they should investigate criminal actions by the deputies. 44JJ March 22, 2014 at 4:55 PM

Plus if he told mental health screening he was suicidal, those guys just use it as an excuse to torture those prisoners. If he pounds on the door for help, they ignore him or they come with 5 deputies and their taser gun. They shock the crap out of the person and they are laughing. I saw it done twice while in holding watching a “mentally disturbed” person get the crap beat out of them and never resisted anything. They just were making noise. 45Anon 0808 March 22, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Can’t strap down all who say they they wantto hurt themselves– in the old days many said it to get better food than the jail servees 46The Bus March 22, 2014 at 6:11 PM

The Anti-Suicide Smock used for mental health patients. 47Nice Marmot March 22, 2014 at 6:19 PM

@44 – I think right now a lawsuit is the last thing on his family’s mind. 48Anon March 22, 2014 at 7:53 PM


I’ll join that class-action lawsuit. I have witnesses to my unwarranted abuse. The Mayor of Claycord has my email address. 49J. March 22, 2014 at 7:54 PM


Where’s the padded helmet? 50JJ March 22, 2014 at 8:36 PM

I agree that this is the last thing on the family’s mind but they probably wonder why their son never called them….because they deny phone calls illegally. Anon, I will be talking to a civil rights attorney and we will see where it goes. 51. March 23, 2014 at 8:14 AM

So jj is an expert on how to riun a jail, and knows everything about how that jail is run…..from being arrested and booked there.

Wow. I guess I’m a meteorologist because I can tell when it’s raining or I’m an auto mechanic because I drive a car.

None of you know what’s involved on a class-action lawsuit. You’re just a bunch of whiny little arrestees who didn’t get your way and want to get some free dollars and publicity.

You’re pathetic 52John March 23, 2014 at 11:58 AM

I am retired from Contra Costa Sheriff as a Deputy and worked in Martinez Jail for 1 year back in 80′s. The safety cell requires that Deputy’s check the inmate every 15 minutes, with initials on a log which is attached to the door. The reason he was discovered at 7:35 was because day shift came on duty and physically checked him. They did their JOB. The graveyard shift placed him in at 1 am then left him there. He must of died sometime in the night. The 15 minute check requires to check for breathing. Approximate times of death which will be established by the pathologist. 53wb March 23, 2014 at 12:44 PM

David is my cousin. He moved to california when i was very young. I live here in tennessee and we havent seen each other in about three years. I was wondering if someone would keep me updated on this and give me and my family here in tennessee anything that they might know about this whole situation, because i really haven’t found out a whole lot. If someone would do this please let me know our please send me an email at Any info would be greatly appreciated.Thank you. 54HIGHTEND March 23, 2014 at 2:16 PM


Hey John-

How come in intake they make u initial for being allowed 2 phone calls but don’t let you make those phone calls. How come u guys taser the mentally ill for making too much noise? 56. March 24, 2014 at 6:56 AM


They “helped you lose jobs”???????

Try again. 57Eff b March 25, 2014 at 1:36 PM

I’ve been in Martinez county jail many times. I wouldn’t put it past the officers in the jail… My condolences to David’s family. He was a good kid and a great friend. RIP 58Cowellian March 25, 2014 at 3:43 PM

I’m getting the impression that people don’t like being in the Contra Costa jail. 59anon March 25, 2014 at 6:28 PM

Tip of the day, you don’t like the Contra Costa Jail, try not getting arrested. Jail is supposed to be a crime deterrent, not a bed and breakfast.

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