Hayward police blotter June 10-15

7:51 p.m.
An armed robbery occurred on the 22000 block of Foothill Blvd. Suspect entered the east entrance of the store and walked to an employee where he pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded that she open the cash register. The loss was approximately $700 in cash. The suspect fled southbound on Foothill on foot. No injuries were reported by any employee.

8:45 p.m.
Shooting occurred on the 600 block of Tennyson Road. Two groups get into a physical altercation while at a gas station. During the incident, one of groups all pull out handguns, with one suspect firing multiple shots into the direction of the other group as they ran away. No one appears to have been hit, and citizen standing by witnesses the incident. Both groups leave the area in separate vehicles. During follow up investigation on the incident, an officer develops probable cause for the arrest of a local gang member related to the shooting.


5:20 p.m.
An attempted robbery occurred near the area of B Street and Watkins Ave. Citizen was knocked down by three suspects and attempted to take his iPad. Victim held onto iPad and the suspects fled area prior to police arrival.

9:00 p.m.
Subject was staggering in the area of Miami Ave. and Melbourne Ave and unable to care for his safety. Officers stop to ascertain his welfare and subject was found to be carrying a sawed-off shot gun.


8:25 a.m.
School Resource Officers (SRO) obtained intelligence about a Hayward High student in possession of a firearm. SROs conducted a probation search at the student’s home and safely recovered a loaded revolver and arrested the student.

11:24 a.m.
Vandalism at City Hall, 777 B Street. A subject knocked over a motorcycle and threw a trash can lid through a window near the main entrance to City Hall. A citizen and a City employee witnessed the acts and notified nearby BART police officers, who detained the suspect. Hayward Police promptly arrived and took over the investigation. Great work from the community and city employees by alerting law enforcement quickly.


5:34 p.m.
A report of a shooting occurred on the 300 block of Harris Road. Witnesses see two males arguing with a third male on a bike. Witness sees one of the males fire at the subject on the bicycle. The two males fled the area. No evidence was located at or near the scene.


An armed robbery occurred on the 27000 block of Mission Blvd. Suspect entered the business and brandished a handgun and demanded money from the safe. Suspect threatened to kill the clerk. Suspect took a video tape and the clerk’s wallet. Loss was approximately $300. Suspect fled on foot.

11:30 p.m.
Officers respond to a family disturbance on the 22000 block of Fuller Ave. Upon the officer’s arrival, they encounter a male leaving the residence that appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. Officers attempt to talk to him and investigate his role in the family disturbance. Subject becomes combative with officers and attempted to kick out a patrol window. Subject was detained without further incident.


12:29 a.m.
An officer contacts a subject for a pedestrian violation on two juveniles. During a search, one of the subjects was found to have a loaded revolver. Juvenile was arrested for a gun violation.