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Located in the San Francisco Bay area Martinez began its life as a land grant before becoming a weigh station for the gold rush and an official town in 1849. Today it is the only area, other than the Golden Gate Bridge, where the Bay Area Ridge Trail and the San Francisco Bay Trail converge. A Shell refinery facility is located across highway 680 from Martinez. Also of not, Martinez was the birth place of baseball great Joe DiMaggio.

Population: 35866
Local Newspapers: The Martinez News Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Raiders
Local Colleges: Contra Costa Community College

Zip Codes associated with martinez, california: 94553
Towns/Cities near martinez, california : Benicia Vine Hill Pacheco Ozol Maltby

Martinez News
A decade of beavers (mostly) in Martinez

One of the young beavers making their home in Alhambra Creek leaves after making an appearance on Tuesday, December 4, 2007 in Martinez, California. Heidi Perryman, of Worth A Dam, is photographed on her front porch were a mural by artist Mario Alfaro honors the beavers of Martinez, Calif., on Monday, March 13, 2017.

Discovery Bay man arrested for molesting three teenage girls

Authorities in Contra Costa County arrested a man who was connected to multiple acts of child molestation towards teenage girls in Discovery Bay. Gary Burbank, 36, was arrested for molesting three teenage girls and is on bail for $14.2 million dollars.

During probation search Antioch police arrest Brentwood man at home for guns, drugs, Wednesday

Drugs, cash and guns seized by Antioch police during the arrest of Brentwood resident Jerome Trainor, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Photos courtesy of APD On Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at approximately 1:00 pm, the Antioch Police Department Special Operations Unit conducted a probation search on 31-year-old Jerome Trainor at his home in the City of Brentwood.

Shelter-in-Place Issued in Martinez Due to Law Enforcement Activity

Residents in the area of Blum Rd. and Hillside Lane in Martinez are advised to take shelter due to law enforcement activity. Martinez Police sent the alert at 11:24 a.m. through the Community Warning System.

House leader claims U.S. intelligence picked up info on Trump

In a sharp break with protocol, a California Republican leading the House investigation into Russian interference with the November election announced Wednesday that U.S. intelligence services may have picked up "incidental" information on President Trump and his transition team as part of a court-approved surveillance of foreign powers. Rep. Devin Nunes , R-Tulare, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee , held two news conferences on the issue before going to the White House to tell Trump what he had learned.

Martinez: Protesters again call on sheriff to change stance on immigration

About 45 people joined Wednesday outside, and inside, the Contra Costa County administration building, protesting Sheriff David Livingston's cooperation with federal immigration authorities and his opposition to a proposed state law that would make that cooperation more difficult. The protesters, from all over Contra Costa and from various immigrants-rights and union groups, gathered at noon also to protest the county's cooperation with the federal authorities to house detainees taken in local raids.

Police reports: Concord, Clayton, Pleasant Hill, Martinez from March 9-15

Possession: A 29-year-old man and a 57-year-old woman, both Concord transients, were arrested at 9:29 a.m. in the 1200 block of Willow Pass Road on suspicion of possessing controlled substance paraphernalia. Arrest: In the 1700 block of Detroit Avenue, a 20-year-old Concord man was arrested at 6:36 p.m. on suspicion of resisting an officer.

Contra Costa: Children's show a reminder of excitement of live theater

Attending East Bay Children's Theatre's production of "That's Our Snow White!" in Orinda this past weekend reminded me how exciting live theater can be. Watching little ones' surprise and amazement as they see their first production certainly brings home just how important theater can be in the lives of many.

Immigration: Bay Area families rush to make deportation-preparedness plans

Mike Reilly, a lieutenant with the Oakland Police Department, draws smiles from certified court interpreter Elizabeth Dantes, of Napa, left, and Emma Paulino, of Oakland Community Organizations, when he tells the group of mostly hispanic individuals that it makes him nervous too when he sees a police officer while he speaks at St. Jarlath Catholic Church in Oakland, Calif., on Sunday, March 19, 2017. Jocelyn Medina, of Oakland hands out cards explains rights of immigrants at St. Jarlath Catholic Church in Oakland, Calif., on Sunday, March 19, 2017.

Felony charges filed against man in last Thursday's Antioch officer involved shooting case

On Monday, March 20, 2017 the Contra Costa County Office of the District Attorney filed four felony charges against 49-year-old Anthony Terry for his involvement in the incident described below. Terry sustained minor injuries during the incident and is currently being held at the Martinez Detention Facility on the following charges: At approximately 10:13 PM on Thursday, March 16, 2017, Antioch Police Officers were dispatched to a reported shooting that was occurring in the 2000 block of Mokelumne Drive.

Bay Point: Child porn, molestation suspect arrested, charged

The Contra Costa County district attorney has charged a man with multiple counts of child molestation and possession and distribution of child pornography and the sheriff's office is seeking other possible victims, authorities said Tuesday. According to a statement, detectives with the sheriff's office sexual assault unit took the case after investigators with the Silicon Valley Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force learned that Pablo Ruiz, 33, of Bay Point, was suspected of trading child porn online.

Oakley: Injured Walnut Creek man suspected in neighborhood shooting

A Walnut Creek man who fired shots in an unincorporated Oakley neighborhood over the weekend was arrested, the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office said. Richard Fisher, 50, remained in custody Tuesday afternoon at the County Jail in Martinez in lieu of $75,000 bail, and authorities have asked that he be charged with assault with a deadly weapon and making criminal threats.

Martinez: Carjacking victim flags down officer, suspect arrested

Officers caught up to 31-year-old Clayton Conroy soon after the crime was reported about 11 p.m., when he was spotted driving the vehicle north on Alhambra Valley Road, Martinez police Sgt. Kevin Busciglio said.

Martinez private ferry service could be delayed until late 2017

A private ferry service that some hope will be a precursor to a public ferry route connecting Martinez with other coastal cities may not launch until late this year, with needed dredging work unable to start until at least August. The city of Martinez must deepen its marina area before ferry boats operated by Alameda-based Prop SF can begin service taking employees of an as-yet-unnamed company to their jobs in San Francisco five days a week.

Trial begins for man accused of stabbing to death 9-year-old Discovery Bay boy

The man accused of killing 9-year-old Jordon Almgren in 2015 while he slept in his Discovery Bay home did so to feel what it was like to take a human life, a Contra Costa County prosecutor said Monday. William Shultz, now 20, snuck into the boy's room at about 3:45 a.m. on April 26, 2015, after shutting off power to the house at the circuit breaker box in the garage, Deputy District Attorney Simon O'Connell said today during his opening statement in Shultz's murder trial.

Solano County couple arrested in Martinez

At 12:53 p.m., officers responded to a report of a person trying to pry a mailbox lock on Tea Tree Court before fleeing in a black Mercedes C230. Officers found and stopped the Mercedes as it was about to enter eastbound lanes of Highway 4 from Muir Road, and found evidence of mail theft inside.

Martinez Police Catch Alleged Mail Thieves

At about 12:50 this afternoon, Martinez Police Officers responded to the area of Tea Tree Ct. on a report of a subject trying to pry open a locked mailbox. The subject was seen fleeing the area in a black Mercedes C230.

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