ANTIOCH, Calif. - The mayor of Antioch is calling for a city councilmember to step back from certain duties after an incident at her home involving the police.
On Monday afternoon, Mayor Lamar Thorpe said Tamisha Torres-Walker should step down as chair of the Antioch police oversight committee.
According to East County Today, Torres-Walker interfered with officers as they investigated a noise complaint and gunfire at her home over the weekend.
She was heard telling officers quote: "Antioch police can't be trusted," according to the news site.
In a tweet, Thorpe said elected officials must set an example and treat public employees with respect and dignity.
Tamisha Torres-Walker did not immediately respond for comment sent early Tuesday morning.