From the Office of the District Attorney:
Martinez – Sean Christopher White of Pittsburg was arraigned on a 13-count complaint for a series of burglaries, a carjacking, attempted carjackings, criminal threats, vandalism, and other violations that occurred on August 9th.
The 33-year-old committed these offenses in the City of Walnut Creek, unincorporated Walnut Creek, and the City of Pleasant Hill affecting multiple victims.
White’s crime spree involved:
• Three attempted carjackings [PC 664/ PC 215 (a)] – one with an enhancement for the use of a hammer as a deadly weapon [PC 12022 (b)(1)].
• One count of carjacking [PC 215 (a)].
• Two counts of driving or taking a vehicle without consent [VC 10851 (a)].
• Two counts of first-degree burglary where a victim was present [PC 459].
• One count of criminal threats with an enhancement for the use of a hammer as a deadly weapon [PC 422 (c), PC 12022 (b)(1)].
• Indecent exposure [PC 314 (a)].
• Vandalism which destroyed or damaged property valued over $400 [PC 594 (a)].
• Receiving stolen property valued over $950 [PC 496 (a)].
During White’s arraignment in court, his bail was set at $620,000.
He’s currently being held in the Martinez Detention Facility. The District Attorney’s Office thanks the thorough work from the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office and Walnut Creek Police in responding to these incidents and investigating the violations that occurred.