FRI, 10/3/14 at 5:10 AM, a CARJACKING took place on the 500 block of C Street. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Department had a tow company tow a stolen motorcycle to their yard, as the victim was unavailable to pick it up. An unknown male entered the tow yard and began to wheel the motorcycle off the property. When confronted by an employee, the suspect brandished a pocket knife and started the engine. The employee attempted to close the yard gate, however, the suspect rammed it open and drove away northbound on Alice Street. The suspect was described as a White Male Adult, 5’9”, 160lbs, and balding. He was last seen wearing a plaid checkered shirt and blue jeans.
FRI, 10/3/14 at 5:23 AM, a SHOOTING INTO A VEHICLE occurred on the 25000 block of Gading Road. Unknown suspect(s) fired several rounds into two nearby parked vehicles and the exterior of an apartment complex. Fortunately the incident was limited to property damage and nobody was injured. There was no suspect information.
FRI, 10/3/14 at 10:18 AM, an ATTEMPTED ROBBERY occurred at B Street and Mission Boulevard. The victim was sitting on a bench holding his cell phone in his hand, when the suspect attempted to take it. The victim yanked his cell phone from the suspect’s hand and backed away. The suspect briefly chased the victim (eastbound) on B Street, but ultimately fled from the area. The suspect is a Black Male Adult, with a dark complexion, about 5’11”, with a thin build, and a bald head. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a dark blue sweatshirt with gray sleeves and a thick white stripe that went across the chest.
SAT, 10/4/14 at 6:50 PM, a MURDER occurred on the 27000 block of La Porte Avenue. The Hayward Police Department was dispatched to a family disturbance call. A neighbor called to report that a subject had just walked up to him and said that he had stabbed his mother. Upon arrival, the officers detained a 20-year-old male wearing bloodied clothes, in front of him home. The officers searched the home and located a deceased 57-year-old female. The male was arrested and taken to the Hayward Jail. A media release was issued.
SUN, 10/5/14 at 8:00 AM, a SUICIDE occurred on the 27000 block of Manon Avenue. Care Home Staff advised police that they found the victim, an 86-year-old male, hanging by an electric cord in the closet of his room. The victim had only been at the facility for one week. No suicide note was found, but the victim was taking numerous medications for multiple health issues.
TUE, 10/7/14 at 11:34 AM, a STRONG ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 2200 block of Industrial Parkway West. The victim stated that the robbery actually occurred on 10/06/14, but did not report it until the next day. The victim said two suspects grabbed him and ordered him to give them his gold chain, belt and shoes. An Officer spotted a possible suspect on Stratford Road based on the victim’s description and detained him. The victim identified man who the officer’s detained as the suspect. The victim also noted the suspect was wearing the victim’s belt. The second suspect is still outstanding and was described as a White Male, late 30′s, balding, with tattoos on his neck. He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and black pants. The primary suspect, who is already on probation for robbery, was taken to the Hayward Jail.
TUE, 10/7/14 at 4:11 PM, an ATTEMPTED RAPE occurred on the 300 block of West Tennyson Road. A male suspect pushed the victim to the ground and attempted to pull her pants down. The crowd of onlookers called 9-1-1 but no one intervened despite the victim’s plea for help. HPD officers arrived on-scene and interrupted the assault before the male was able to fully undress the victim. The suspect fought with the officers, in an unsuccessful effort to avoid arrest. The victim did not sustain visible injuries.
WED, 10/8/14 at 2:47 PM, a STOLEN VEHICLE was recovered on the 1500 block of Sumatra. An officer saw a stolen car stopped at the curb and saw two suspects loading property from a board and care home into the stolen vehicle. Both suspects were arrested and taken to the Hayward Jail. The owner of the stolen vehicle was notified, so he could pick it up.