RODEO (CBS SF) – Residents of a neighborhood in the Contra Costa County community Rodeo were asked to shelter in place Thursday due to police activity in the area.
Around. At 10.50 a.m., the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office told residents in the area of Harris Avenue and the surrounding streets to stay in their homes and lock all windows and doors.
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According to a map released by the sheriff’s office, the affected area borders Second Street to the north, Lake Avenue to the east, Rodeo Hills Elementary to the south and Regatta Point to the west.
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There was immediately no further information on police activity.
Residents are advised not to call 911 unless they report a life-threatening emergency. Suspicious activity can be reported to the sheriff’s office at 925-646-2441.
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