Mayor Rob Schroder victim of an attack in downtown Martinez

Martinez Mayor Rob Schroder was assaulted Thursday afternoon in front of his insurance business on Main Street in Martinez.

Reached Thursday evening Schroder said, “I’m OK. Just a bit shook, but I’m fine.”

At 3:21 p.m., Martinez Police Department officers responded to 653 Main St. on a report of the mayor being accosted by a male subject, later identified as Eli Dominguez from Martinez, according to a statement from MPD Lt. Mike Estanol.

As officers were responding, a passerby intervened. When the officers arrived Dominguez and the unnamed citizen were on the ground in a struggle. Officers attempted to take Dominguez into custody, however he began fighting with the officers.

During the struggle, an MPD sergeant was bitten. Dominguez, who told Schroder he was making a citizen’s arrest of the mayor, was taken into custody and later booked into the Martinez Detention Facility with multiple pending charges according to Estanol. The sergeant was treated at a local hospital and his injuries are non-life threatening. The investigation is still ongoing.

On the Gazette Facebook page Ida Carlson said it was her boyfriend, Danny Chappa that was the Good Samaritan who intervened, helping thwart the attack on Schroder. Chappa suffered multiple scratches and was also bit by Dominguez, Carlson said.

Dominguez is regularly in attendance at City Council meetings, frequently speaking at the podium during public comment. At a recent meeting Dominguez told the Council he was going to make a citizen’s arrest of councilmembers because he felt his civil rights had been violated.

One Reply to “Mayor Rob Schroder victim of an attack in downtown Martinez”

  1. incorrect omission by martinez gazette and this is a formal request to look over information and rewrite the story this what occured:  when i made a citizen arrest under penal code 837 in which pursuant to The person making the arrest must inform the person to be arrested of the intention to arrest him, of the cause of the arrest, and the authority to make it, except when the person making the arrest has reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested is actually engaged in the commission of or an attempt to commit an offense, or the person to be arrested is pursued immediately after its commission, or after an escape.The person making the arrest must, on request of the person he is arresting, inform the latter of the offense for which he is being arrested. which was real estate fraud that put the city in debt after a july 2nd 2019 warning meeting which the alleged officer sgt steven gaul and Rocco Lucido were commiting fraud on behave of the city of martinez  under penal code 843 which is labeled WHATFORCE MAY BE USED.  When the arrest is being made by an officer under the authority of a warrant, after information of the intention to make the arrest, if the person to be arrested either flees or forcibly resists, the officer may use all necessary means to effect the arrest. which under penal code 846 i was seaching the mayor Rob Schroder for WEAPONS which MAY BE TAKEN FROM PERSONS ARRESTED.  Any person making an arrest may take from the person arrested all offensive weapons which he may have about his person, and must deliver them to the magistrate before whom he is taken. and were under the authority of penal code 847 A private person who has arrested another for the commission of a public offense must, without unnecessary delay, take the person arrested before a magistrate, or deliver him or her to a peace officer.b) There shall be no civil liability on the part of, and no cause of action shall arise against, any peace officer or federal criminal investigator or law enforcement officer described in subdivision (a) or (d) of Section 830.8 , acting within the scope of his or her authority, for false arrest or false imprisonment arising out of any arrest under any of the following circumstances:(1) The arrest was lawful, or the peace officer, at the time of the arrest, had reasonable cause to believe the arrest was lawful.(2)The arrest was made pursuant to a charge made, upon reasonable cause, of the commission of a felony by the person to be arrested.(3) The arrest was made pursuant to the requirements of Section 142 , 837 , 838 , or 839 and was in fresh pursuit of a member of a criminal enterprise during the arrest made by Rocco Lucido who did not follow municipal policy 331 for martinez police department which is the direct policy for private citizen arrest using execessive for violating the policy under 300.3 the captain betty Johnson violated martinez police policy 301 failing to suspend them pursuant to the policy section 300.1 this coming after information aquired from the secretary of state of california which the martinez police officer association entity number 727207 which was defrauding the state being inactive since 8/27/2019 who registred agent was the arresting officer  Rocco lucido this includes the martinez police non-sworn employee  registred enity number 1801681 which is suspended on 06/07/2001 which irene merkel is the agent comitting wire transfer fraud under 18 U.S. Code § 1343 and under 26 U.S. Code § 7201 sought Theft &misappropriation of funds or securities while False or misleading statements about a company and suggest people do there research before making any comments about me failure to i will be able to show malice attempt to slander and libel my good name under New York Times Co. v. Sullivan authority to make arrest https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/penal-code/pen-sect-837.html California Code, Penal Code – PEN § 841 https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/penal-code/pen-sect-841.html July 2nd 2019 meeting https://martinez.granicus.com/player/clip/1552?view_id=7&redirect=true evidence exonerating me of false statements made by martinez police which micheal estanol and Cpl. Craig Schnabel made statments who were not even at the scene which i had authority to do so under the law and under the martinez police department policy  proof of exoneration https://youtu.be/2vPK34SdZYI martinez municipal policy https://www.cityofmartinez.org/home/showpublisheddocument/1643/637805954022044193

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