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Shooting in Walnut Creek witnesses by Pete Bennett

Pete Bennett Witness

Pete Bennett sitting outside of Peets Coffee on Locust Street Walnut Creek when someone shot a banking customer at 9:00 PM. Bennett saw the vehicle leave and drive off.

Shootins March 2019

Once again gunshots with the visible range of Pete Bennett. Man shot through the torso or so they say but the shooting was real.




Attorneys William Gagen and Amanda Bevins represented PI Chris Butler in 2011 during the first arrests of police officers then in 2012 represented Greg Thompson of the Walnut Creek Police where he was sentenced to a year in the County Jail. 

My two older brothers Alex Bennett and Cobbold Bennett stole roughly one million of my inheritence.  Then 2014 somehow the Strack Family of five were murdered in 2014.  Plenty of dead little on answers.   


Atty. Amanda Bevins, Bill Gagen , Paul Pelosi, Greg Thompson, and Chris Butler


Representing Walnut Creek Officer Greg Thompson

Officer beats blackwoman gets retirement 

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Attorney Amanda Bevins reprented Chris Butler arrested the Narcotics Scandal, and Paul Pelosi husband of Speaker Pelosi, beaten and Pete Bennett awaits decades answers for decades of incidents.  


Person of Interest / Parental Abduction / Elizabeth Anne Stratton wife Capt. Neil Stratton

Missing Person Poster

The way Contra Costa County District Attorney, Sherriff and agencies coverup cases for insiders.


Walnut Creek Chief Joel Bryden


OBIT: The Drowning of Los Lomas Students Matt Miller and Gavin Powell

Search and Rescue

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Good Officers caught in a bad story regarding the drowning of Los Lomas High School students Gavin Powell and Matthew Miller. The father of Gavin was James Powell who suffered a stroke at the Longs Drugs Headquarters Walnut Creek. Jim never recovered and passed away in 2019. Longs endured a POS failure after Accenture conveniently arranged a failed rollout.   


Nancy Templeton City of Walnut Creek Code Enforcement (Homeless Harassment Specialist)

Source of Witness Intimidation 

A victim or witness should routinely receive information on steps that law enforcement officers and attorneys for the Government can take to protect victims and witnesses from intimidation

Nancy Templeton

Code Enforcement Officer at City of Walnut Creek

City of Walnut Creek Diablo Valley College

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    • Code Enforcement Officer

      City of Walnut Creek

      Jan 2013 – Present7 years 8 months

      Walnut Creek, Ca

      Provides information to the public on nuisance and zoning ordinance requirements and compliance; provides notification of violations to property owners and achieves compliance by voluntary compliance and when necessary by issuing warnings and citations; locates owners of property using tax rolls, maps, and court records. Investigates reports of violations of laws relating to nuisances and zoning; monitors sites for compliance, conducts follow-up investigations, and oversees abatement of violations. Coordinates with and performs joint inspections with other City departments and outside agencies; may assist planning staff in updating zoning maps and in investigating permit and variance applications. Keeps field notes, takes photographs and writes letters and notices; prepares detailed written reports and routine correspondence; provides evidence and testimony at City hearings and in court; maintains inspection files and records; attends meetings and conferences as assigned.

    • Community Preservation Officer

      City of Emeryville

      2001 – Jul 2012 11 years

      City’s representative to manage and administer the Community Preservation program including the enforcement of a variety of occupancy, public nuisance, zoning and land use regulations. Work closely with subcontractors, residences and commercial establishments. Coordinate, monitor and disperse Redevelopment Agency and CDBG (Community Development Block Grants) funding. Responsible for both the Housing Rehabilitation and Code Enforcement budgets. The total combined annual budgets for these projects amount to approximately $800,000. I am the Economic and Community Development Department’s contact to the Finance Department regarding any budget issues concerning payment vouchers and purchase orders from my programs. Assist with the development of the Economic Development & Housing Department annual budget. Frequently called upon to provide project and budget audits for Economic Development & Housing Department. Investigate issues related to suspected code, ordinance, building and conditions of approval violations. Conduct in-the-field investigations to verify violations; advise individuals of violations and the methods of abatement; issue any appropriate warning or violation notice. Work with City Attorney to seek abatement through voluntary compliance or, as necessary, through direct enforcement activity. Perform outreach, marketing and administration of available programs for property improvement and rehabilitation; including the housing rehabilitation program, landscaping, fence grant programs and the first fully ADA compliant community garden. Provide public education regarding compliance with municipal codes and ordinances; when necessary explain related zoning subdivision or other related regulations to property owners and the general public. Responsible for handling and processing all requests for the city assisted rehabilitation programs. On average, handle from initiation to completion approximately 21 projects per year.

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    • Code Enforcement Officer

      Town of Danville

      May 1997 – May 20014 years 1 month

      Research background information on code enforcement complaint properties and conduct field investigations of potential code violations. Issue verbal and/or written warnings, correction letters and notices of violation to any non-compliant citizens. Assisted the Building Department by providing inspection of roof and water heater permits. Meet with property owners, tenants and business operators to review and explain code requirements and potential violations. Work cooperatively...

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    • Deputy Sheriff

      Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff

      Apr 1982 – May 199513 years 2 months

      The county of Contra Costa is a rapidly growing, extremely diversified community. The population within the county is 948, 816 of which approximately 155,000 live within the unincorporated county areas. The Office of the Sheriff provides service for citizens ranging from the very wealthy, living in affluent areas to those who are completely dependent on welfare and live in county subsidized housing. The department has approximately 1000 employees; about 800 are sworn law enforcement officers, 4 Commanders, 8 Captains, 31 Lieutenants, 200 Sergeants, and 600 Deputy Sheriff’s. Duties have varied according to each assignment. Initially worked in Detention Division, then Patrol Division, and a few temporary assignments in Investigation and Administration Divisions. As a Deputy Sheriff in Detention, assigned to the Sheriff's Main Detention Facility, my responsibilities included the care, custody and control of over 790 incarcerated inmates. The housing unit Deputy was responsible for the supervision of 65-100 incarcerated inmates at any given time. While employed as a Deputy Sheriff, I was required daily to document detailed reports concerning incidents, crimes or civil events that were highly scrutinized by District and Defense Attorneys or other legal personnel. These reports were vital for potential prosecution and personal recall of critical events or circumstances. As a Patrol Division Officer, I worked as a “beat” officer and responded to various crimes in progress to apprehend suspects and/or investigate penal code, health & safety code or vehicle code violations. Worked in the Marine Patrol unit investigating boating accidents and providing boating safety. Frequently testified in Superior Court as a witness in criminal or civil related matters. A physical injury while performing my duties resulted in a permanent medical disability of my right knee and caused me to accept a medical retirement from active law enforcement service.

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    • Diablo Valley CollegeDiablo Valley College

      Diablo Valley College

      Associate of Arts (A.A.)Administration of Justice

      1978 – 1981

    • Los Medanos CollegeLos Medanos College

      Los Medanos College

      Associate of Arts (A.A.)Police Academy

      1978 – 1978

      California Basic Police Officer Academy


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Massimo's 1604 Locust St, Walnut Creek, CA

Massimo's 1604 Locust St, Walnut Creek, CA 

Bennett Customer

Massimos Restaurant

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Homeless Deaths Near Trinity

Speaking of Homeless in Walnut Creek

Todd Cambra banned from Trinity Center froze to death, then John Dullich lost his life the same way the next day and Rhonda found murdered in Las Trampas Creek.  Back in 2009, Adam Milford was found just in San Ramon creek in front of Los Lomas High School and just down the road on Creekside was former Starbucks employee who finished his cosmetology training was splitting time between Starbucks and Salon Amore.

This man has been hit seven times within a 1/4 square mile of Traders Joes in Walnut Creek - deeper in the tape he states he landed on the windshield. Then two months after I interviewed him he was hit again - he's still alive - his July 11th accident

and mine was July 20th but wait there is more - we get free lunches served in Walnut Creek every Monday Civic Park Walnut Creek near the senior center. It's amazing as our other friend was murdered, and at least five others
are have been hit by cars. No one is listening and sooner or later will be killed in a hit and run, Marcus B. and Todd C. are in long term care and John Newman on March 30th 2012, Glen Davis Clayton Road Concord


Update: Code Enforcement Services during the Shelter In Place Order

The Code Enforcer

One of my intersections with the code enforcement was right here in the Memorial Park where it was clear somebody was retaliating against me happy electricians from the city came in and disconnected my plug then via a long list of accusational text messages accuses me of stealing power from the city of Walnut Creek.

One of the troubling parts of my story is the number of police calls directed at me over and over and over for over 10 years, he's trespassing, he's a vagrant, he is illegally camping and his car is parked let's give him $4,000 in tickets and then take his truck then deny claims in 2014 they did that by September relatives to his family was in Utah was killed.

Only five dead three under the age of 14 who's counting.

Someone is counting and has many on the radar.



Case FLMSD93-04002 - Complaints/Parties
Complaint Number: 1
Complaint Type: Pre-JBSIS Complaint/Petition
Filing Date: 08/13/1993
Complaint Status: ACTIVE
Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
Case FLMSD93-04002 - Actions/Minutes
Action Text
  03/15/1995  ** 2336 PKG TO LEGAL TECH       
  03/14/1995  APPEARANCE, STIP. & WAIVERS       
  02/24/1995  SUBST OF ATTY FOR (P) (NEW: PRO PER) (OLD: GEORG E W. PFEIFFER)       
  10/18/1993  > RESPONSE FILED       
Case FLMSD93-04002 - Pending Hearings
Action Text
This Case Does Not Have Any Pending Hearings

The unarmed constituent catching a quick video at City Hall

Today I'm using a cell phone to post and it's a little bit difficult to get the right video but there are two up on my site one shows officers the other just shows me for a few seconds I only can see one at the moment so just click through to YouTube

This is the right one but Android editing with blogger or any software device nothing but a pain.


Alliant Feel Good Code of Ethics and Compliance Statement

Code of Ethics and Compliance Statement

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  • Abides by its ethical obligations to deliver honest, competitive, and meaningful service and advice on the placement of any insurance products, services, or coverages, and strives to provide access to an open, fair, and competitive insurance market place;
  • Exercises due diligence in making full and complete disclosures of all quotes and declinations from all markets contacted for each specific line of coverage, including the date and time of contact, the name, address, phone number, and to the extent available, email address of the individual contact for each market;
  • Makes every good faith effort to avoid even the appearance of a conflict of interest between Alliant, its clients, and/or any provider of any insurance products or services, and promptly notifies clients of any real or potential conflict; and
  • Takes reasonable steps to ensure that any available commission rates are provided to its clients upon request, including the identification of the appropriate contact sources from which to obtain commission rate information on the insurance policies issued.
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Engineering Intern

Engineering Intern

$25.00 - $30.00 Hourly
Walnut Creek, CA
Job Type
Public Works
Job Number
3/13/2020 5:00 PM Pacific
Position Description
Are you interested in working in the field of civil engineering? Do you want to make a difference in your community while gaining experience working in local government? The City of Walnut Creek is seeking a collaborative, team oriented Engineering Intern to assist the Engineering Division of the City's Public Works Department with a variety of projects and tasks.

This is a specialized classification for college students or recent graduates planning to enter the public sector.  The nature of work is varied and includes assisting with civil engineering work under direct supervision in the design, construction, inspection, and coordination of a variety of public works projects. The majority of the Engineering Intern's work will be completed in an office environment, with occasional construction/site visits.
Representative Duties
The candidate may work in several fields of engineering and perform the following duties:
  • Assists staff with complex engineering problems.
  • Assists in the preparation of plans and specifications for City projects, such as construction of streets, storm drains, and other public works projects.
  • Assists with engineering work related to subdivisions, development, site improvement construction, land division, transportation, traffic engineering, and preparation of other plans and applications as well as other related work.
Qualifications Guidelines
This internship is only open to recent accredited college or university graduates or students currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies with major coursework in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Transportation/Traffic Engineering, Environmental Engineering, or a related field. 

One year of classes and/or work experience in civil engineering or public works experience is desired.

The ideal candidate is:
  • Collaborative, flexible, and team oriented
  • Interested in learning materials, methods, and techniques in the design and construction of civil engineering projects
  • Seeks to understand applicable laws, regulations, ordinances, and engineering standards pertaining to the design and construction of public works projects
  • Resourceful and a problem solver
  • Can effectively utilize computer applications, including familiarity with AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  • Enthusiastic about learning new technology and programs
  • Positive and able to maintain effective working relationships with our team, co-workers, and the public
Possession of or ability to obtain, prior to employment, a Class C California Driver's License and a good driving record.
Supplemental Information
Interested applicants must apply online at to be eligible for consideration. Complete and submit your online employment application and resume by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 13, 2020.
All applicants will be notified by email as to whether or not they are invited to participate further in the selection process.
Applicants considered for this position are subject to California Department of Justice and FBI fingerprinting.
If special accommodations are necessary at any stage of the examination process, please provide the Human Resources Department with advance notice and every attempt will be made to consider your request.
The City of Walnut Creek's interns are classified as hourly positions and incumbents are employed by a third party.
City of Walnut Creek
1666 North Main Street

Walnut Creek, California, 94596

California Code, Penal Code - PEN § 13012 - Officer Dominic Clemente says "Bennett you're mental, while Bennett says his contacts have been murdered"

Where is my police report?  

On December 9th, 2019 Pete Bennett was attacked in the Walnut Creek Public Library this particular incident was located in Civic Park.  During 2014, Pete Bennett filed several claims with the City of Walnut Creek in amounts totaling around $500,000, a similar claim against the Town of Danville in 2005, and similar claims with the City of Pittsburg during incidents occurring during the late eighties.

The following California Penal Code covers nearly every statement by Officer Clemente.  

California Code, Penal Code - PEN § 13012

(a) The information published on the OpenJustice Web portal pursuant to Section 13010 shall contain statistics showing all of the following:
(1) The amount and the types of offenses known to the public authorities.
(2) The personal and social characteristics of criminals and delinquents.
(3) The administrative actions taken by law enforcement, judicial, penal, and correctional agencies or institutions, including those in the juvenile justice system, in dealing with criminals or delinquents.
(4) The administrative actions taken by law enforcement, prosecutorial, judicial, penal, and correctional agencies or institutions, including those in the juvenile justice system, in dealing with minors who are the subject of a petition or hearing in the juvenile court to transfer their case to the jurisdiction of an adult criminal court or whose cases are directly filed or otherwise initiated in an adult criminal court.
(5)(A) The total number of each of the following:
(i) Civilian complaints received by law enforcement agencies under Section 832.5 .
(ii) Civilian complaints alleging criminal conduct of either a felony or a misdemeanor.
(iii) Civilian complaints alleging racial or identity profiling, as defined in subdivision (e) of Section 13519.4 .  These statistics shall be disaggregated by the specific type of racial or identity profiling alleged, including, but not limited to, based on a consideration of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or mental or physical disability.
(B) The statistics reported pursuant to this paragraph shall provide, for each category of complaint identified under subparagraph (A), the number of complaints within each of the following disposition categories:
(i) “Sustained,” which means that the investigation disclosed sufficient evidence to prove the truth of allegation in the complaint by preponderance of the evidence.
(ii) “Exonerated,” which means that the investigation clearly established that the actions of the personnel that formed the basis of the complaint are not a violation of law or agency policy.
(iii) “Not sustained,” which means that the investigation failed to disclose sufficient evidence to clearly prove or disprove the allegation in the complaint.
(iv) “Unfounded,” which means that the investigation clearly established that the allegation is not true.
(C) The reports under subparagraphs (A) and (B) shall be made available to the public and disaggregated for each individual law enforcement agency.
(b) The department shall give adequate interpretation of the statistics and present the information so that it may be of value in guiding the policies of the Legislature and of those in charge of the apprehension, prosecution, and treatment of criminals and delinquents, or those concerned with the prevention of crime and delinquency.  This interpretation shall be presented in clear and informative formats on the OpenJustice Web portal.  The Web portal shall also include statistics that are comparable with national uniform criminal statistics published by federal bureaus or departments.
(c) Each year, on an annual basis, the Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board (RIPA), established pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (j) of Section 13519.4 , shall analyze the statistics reported pursuant to subparagraphs (A) and (B) of paragraph (5) of subdivision (a) of this section.  RIPA's analysis of the complaints shall be incorporated into its annual report as required by paragraph (3) of subdivision (j) of Section 13519.4 and shall be published on the OpenJustice Web portal.  The reports shall not disclose the identity of peace officers.

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