According to Lt. Alan Johnson, Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office detectives detained Daniel John Olejnik, 23, charging him with robbery and commercial burglary. “This is a great example of diligence and teamwork,” Johnson wrote in an e-mail. “Through a cooperative effort and the timely sharing of information we were able to conduct a thorough investigation leading to the arrest of the suspect. I am proud of the work done by the Delta Station Deputies and Sheriff’s Investigators.”
On April 11 at 1:04 p.m., the sheriff’s office received a call from bank staff reporting that a white man, dressed in dark clothing, walked into the bank and demanded money. A press release from Johnson notes that Olejnik left Chase Bank with about $1,900.
Deputies arrived a few minutes later and searched the area, but failed to find a suspect.
In the days following the robbery, Delta Station Patrol deputies and sheriff’s office detectives conducted a thorough investigation. Pursuing leads and evidence, detectives identified and arrested Olejnik.
Olejnik was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. Bail is set at $120,000.