Photo: Confiscated weapons
Originally published as a Fairfield Police Department Facebook post:
“Tuesday, morning, June 7, 2022 around 10:45 a.m. Fairfield Police Officers responded to report of a domestic violence incident.
Upon arrival, officers contacted the victim who advised that her boyfriend, later identified as Robert Breed, had pointed a handgun at her during an argument, and fled her residence before police arrived.
A short time later, officers contacted Mr. Breed at his residence and detained him. A firearm was not located in the vehicle, however members of the Special Operations Team authored a search warrant for the residence which was subsequently executed.
During a search of Mr. Breed’s residence, multiple firearms and ammunition were located, including the weapon described by the victim, two (2) AR-15 style rifles, two (2) AK-47 style rifles, two (2) Glock 19 handguns (one with an extended magazine) and a tactical shotgun.
Mr. Breed was booked on several felony charges too include a felon in possession of a firearm(s), assault with a firearm, and vandalism.
The vandalism charge stemmed from Mr. Breed destroying a table, lights, sheet rock and ceiling tiles in an Fairfield Police Department interview room.
We want people to know there are resources, and you’re not alone.
The Fairfield Police Department is committed to working in partnership with our community to preserve and enhance the quality of life through effective crime prevention, safety education, and innovative law enforcement.
Our Family Violence Unit is a great example of innovative law enforcement by taking a holistic approach supporting victims of violence.
The Fairfield Police Departments’ Family Violence Unit consists of three Detectives, one Victim Advocate, and a Police Technician with the specialized knowledge and training necessary to deal with the sensitive nature of victims exposed to domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse crimes.
All services are confidential, and the victims are not required to have a police report with law enforcement. You can reach the Family Victim Advocate by calling 707.428.7770 (Monday Thursday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m) Reception:707.428.7600.”