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Hayward police blotter May 8-15

By rparr
Thursday, May 16th, 2013 at 5:36 pm in Crime, Hayward.

05/08 – A strong arm robbery occurred on Tennyson Blvd under the BART tracks. The victim was approached by the suspect who demanded the victim’s cell phone. The victim complied out of fear and the suspect fled on foot with the cell phone.

05/08 – Officers initiate a traffic stop on a vehicle near Manon/Harris. As the vehicle comes to a stop, the driver flees from vehicle. A short foot pursuit ensues and the suspect is apprehended a short distance later. The officers search the vehicle and discover nearly 1000 pills of ecstasy.

05/08 – A robbery with a handgun occurred on the 2200 block of W. Tennyson. The suspect approached two citizens and attempted to rob them of their belongings. Both victims were able to run away. The suspect then ran to a car wash on Aldengate where he pointed a gun at a third victim. That victim sprayed the suspect with water and then ran away. There was no property taken from any of the victims, suspect is still at large.

05/09 – An Officer responded to a group of juveniles hanging around a white four door sedan. Upon arrival, she found four of them standing outside the vehicle and one sitting in the rear passenger’s seat. After checking the vehicles registration, dispatch confirmed the vehicle was stolen. One of the juveniles was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.

05/11 – A robbery occurred on the 2200 block of S. Garden Ave. The victim was walking along the sidewalk when a suspect asked the victim for a dollar. The victim replied he only had $100 bills. A second suspect brandished a knife at the victim and demanded all his money. The victim gave the suspect all his money and both Suspects fled to a white mini-van parked on S. Garden and drove S/B out of the area. Loss was $300 cash.

05/12 – An assault with a deadly weapon shooting occurred near Merritt Ln. and Lindenwood Way. The victim was shot one time in the stomach while standing in the street. The victim was associated with a garage party on the 1100 block of Merritt Ln., but witnesses and victim are uncooperative. Officers located 9mm casing at the scene. The victim in stable condition at local hospital.

05/13 – An attempted Bank Robbery: The suspect entered a bank on the 900 block of B Street. He presented the teller a demand note asking for all the $100 dollar bills. When the teller asked from which account, the suspect walked away with the note.

05/13 – Assault with a deadly weapon, slashing with knife: The victim and his girlfriend got into an argument at local hotel with 2 males and 1 female. One of the suspects used a knife or similar weapon to cut the victim’s face, requiring stitches. The victim and his girlfriend were uncooperative. Suspects have not been identified.

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  • Teresa Conti

    Question: How are the crimes listed in these reports chosen? Are they the worst crimes of the week? The ones the police put on report? What percentage of crime in the area are these incidents? Are they really located in several areas of the city as it seems?

  • Teresa Conti

    Both Hayward’s Fire Chief and Police Chief gave great presentations at the last Hayward City Council meeting. Of interest is the police’s plans to focus on high crime areas and rearrange patrols to handle issues in these areas based on updated crime reports. The fire department wants a new fire station; anyone having 3 million to spare can let them know.