Contra Costa County declares indefinite curfew in response to civil unrest | Town Square | DanvilleSanRamon.com |

Town Square

Post a New Topic

Contra Costa County declares indefinite curfew in response to civil unrest

Original post made on Jun 2, 2020

Starting on Tuesday, the curfew requires Contra Costa County residents and visitors to stay indoors from 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. the following day, until further notice.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 2:55 PM

Comments (7)

6 people like this
Posted by Russ D
a resident of Danville
on Jun 2, 2020 at 9:51 pm

This is ridiculous. We saw the footage of the only city nearby that faced any looting, Walnut Creek.

We're talking about "dozens" not hundreds.

When a group that small size has our local police with their tails between their legs it's beyond disturbing.

They're supposed to protect our rights, but they're so scared of a bunch of teenagers, we must now have our rights REVOKED.

Could you be more pathetic? The tax rate is way too high for amateur hour cops.


Like this comment
Posted by Mark
a resident of San Ramon
on Jun 3, 2020 at 2:02 am

Am I allowed to grab cigarettes? Like I’m not protesting/rioting but I might if I don’t get my freakin nicotine (that’s a joke don’t freak out) bottom line: Am I going to be arrested for going to the corner store?


2 people like this
Posted by savannah
a resident of San Ramon
on Jun 3, 2020 at 2:35 am

im over it. protest yeah...looting no thanks, who is going to take anyone seriously when criminal behavior is the supposed answer / response to the original criminal act? basic kindergarten rules: two wrongs don't make a right. dugh...get educated, vote, protest but dont


Like this comment
Posted by Todd C
a resident of San Ramon
on Jun 3, 2020 at 1:14 pm

The police are here to protect the public and the property of the public...
Start doing your job


Like this comment
Posted by Red White & Blue
a resident of San Ramon
on Jun 3, 2020 at 3:36 pm

Yah, it is tragic that George Floyd died because fe did not do what was requested by a police officer. Don't these people protesting, realize that what they are doing are making a bad situation worse. It is time to take a step back and let due process take it's course. There are meany other people hurting just like you that have lost there. jobs, businesses, and lives because of what you are doing. It is also time for our local agency's to step up and put a stop to this before this gets totally out of control.


Like this comment
Posted by Paula
a resident of another community
on Jun 3, 2020 at 11:48 pm

I didn't know about curfew, I stay away from news due to the Coronavirus Deaths + Violent protests. Went to McDonald's for food, Closed, Jack in the box closed. I look on-line find out we have a freaking curfew. Concord hasn't had probs, why close down areas that have no probs.


Like this comment
Posted by Sci Geek
a resident of Walnut Creek
on Jun 5, 2020 at 7:44 am

Breaking CC Board of Supervisors unanimously vote to use big, blunt stick to swat small, annoying insects.

Guess I don't have to do much research before knowing how to vote for this position in the next election... anyone but the incumbent.


Don't miss out on the discussion!
Sign up to be notified of new comments on this topic.

Email:


Post a comment

In order to encourage respectful and thoughtful discussion, commenting on stories is available to those who are registered users. If you are already a registered user and the commenting form is not below, you need to log in. If you are not registered, you can do so here.

Please make sure your comments are truthful, on-topic and do not disrespect another poster. Don't be snarky or belittling. All postings are subject to our TERMS OF USE, and may be deleted if deemed inappropriate by our staff.

See our announcement about requiring registration for commenting.


Get fact-based reporting on the COVID-19 crisis sent to your inbox daily.

Sales tax increases head for November ballot
By Tim Hunt | 9 comments | 1,182 views

Traffic Lights for the Whole Family
By Chandrama Anderson | 0 comments | 711 views

Grad School: Considerations for College Students
By Elizabeth LaScala | 0 comments | 553 views