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* “ARRESTED” Antioch Police Seeking Parolee David Stokes for Alleged Felony Assault at 1818 Gardenia Court and Arrest Shannon Kaiser for Allegedlly Aiding and Abetting Him

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Aug 14, 2009 ANTIOCH: SUSPECT ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH ASSAULT ON PITTSBURG MAN

A 30-year-old east Contra Costa County man suspected of severely beating a man at a party in Antioch early Saturday morning was arrested in Sacramento today, Antioch police said.California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation parole agents arrested David “Mickey” Stokes at a residence in Sacramento at about 11 a.m.He was booked into Sacramento County Jail for a parole violation, police said. According to Antioch police, Stokes was on parole for causing corporal injury to a spouse or cohabitant.While Stokes is in custody, Antioch police are continuing to investigate the assault in Antioch as an attempted murder, police said.The assault was reported shortly before 2 a.m. in a home at 1818 Gardenia Court. When officers arrived at the house, they found a 29-year-old Pittsburg man unconscious. He was transported to a hospital, where doctors determined that he had extensive head injuries and listed him in critical condition, police said.Police believe that Stokes, a resident of Antioch and Pittsburg, assaulted the victim and then left the house before police arrived.As they were searching the house, police allegedly found 45 grams of methamphetamine along with paraphernalia used to prepare the drug for distribution. They also learned that the owner of the home, Shannon Kaiser, 30, had allegedly transported Stokes from her house after the fight.Kaiser was arrested on suspicion of aiding and abetting a felon and for possession of methamphetamine for sale, police said.

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Police arrested a woman and are looking for a man in connection with a fight at a party in Antioch early Saturday morning that left a Pittsburg man in critical condition, police said today. Officers responded to a home at 1818 Gardenia Court shortly before 2 a.m. and found a 29-year-old Pittsburg man unconscious. He was transported to a hospital, where doctors determined that he had extensive head injuries and listed him in critical condition, police said.  Police believe that David Stokes, a 30-year-old Antioch and Pittsburg resident who goes by the name “Mickey”, assaulted the victim.  Stokes is wanted on suspicion of attempted murder and violating his parole, police said.  He is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs about 150 pounds and has brown eyes and a muscular build. He has numerous tattoos, including images of women and clowns on his shaved head, police said. He is on parole for causing corporal injury to a spouse or cohabitant and is believed to be in the Bay Area. Police said he has an “extensive violent criminal history” and that anyone who sees him should call 911.  Police arrested Shannon Kaiser, 30, the owner of the home where the fight happened, on suspicion of aiding and abetting a felon and for possession of methamphetamine for sale.  Investigators believe that Kaiser transported Stokes from the scene and then misled police as they were trying to investigate the case, including by refusing to identify Stokes, police said.  Police also allegedly found about 45 grams of methamphetamine in Kaiser’s house along with paraphernalia used to prepare the drug for distribution, police said.

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  • duck all of yall that is judging David.Know the facts before giving your opinion.He is a good man and has been staying his best to stay out of trouble.The truth will come out.The media is always trying to paint the picture ugly when it really isnt like that…Ill keep my prayers for David

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