On Tuesday, September 2, Fairfield Police arrested Sean Anthony Wright, 35, for attempted murder, according to a Press Release.
On Sunday, August 30, at 11:30 in the morning, Fairfield Police Officers responded to an assault call in the 2100 Block of Cadenasso Drive, near the Home Depot, Target, and 99 Cents Only stores. They located the victim, a 44 year old Fairfield resident, with a large cut on his back. The victim had been struck with a hatchet.
The suspect was gone but was later identified as 35-year-old Fairfield resident Sean Anthony Wright. The following day, a warrant was issued for Wright’s arrest. On Tuesday, September 2, Officer Jerriod Mack spotted Wright near the intersection of Travis Boulevard and Second Street. Officer Mack arrested Wright for the warrant and booked him into Solano County Jail.
Sean Wright has a history of arrests over the past two years for both domestic violence and drug related offenses. In November of 2013 he was booked in Solano County for violating a domestic relations court order. In June, July and September of 2014 he was arrested for possession and being under the influence of a controlled substance, along with probation violations and a failure to appear in court charge.
In February of this year, he was arrested on outstanding warrants for battery and inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, co-habitant or former spouse, along with possession and being under the influence of a controlled substance. In March he was charged with exhibiting a deadly weapon other than a firearm. Then in May he was in Red Bluff at St Elizabeth’s Hospital when he was again picked up by the Tehama County Sheriff’s Department on a warrant for his domestic violence charges, his drug charges, and arrested for vandalism of over $5,000 in damage.