Hayward police blotter July 1-7

4:04 a.m.
A victim resident, located on the 2400 block of Alberta Court, reported he was awakened by noise in his home, and upon investigating the cause, encountered a suspect with a flashlight in the home. The suspect fled via the front door when confronted by the victim. The suspect stole wallets with credit cards from a dining room table, an X-Box console and a laptop computer. The victim could not provide a suspect description.

3:19 a.m.
An intoxicated female was riding her bike when she was reportedly struck by a vehicle, which was being driven by a male. The vehicle was described as an older red mini-van and it fled eastbound on Sycamore Ave. At least one caller advised the victim fell off of her bike and was not struck by a vehicle. The victim sustained a compound fracture of her leg and was transported to Eden Hospital.

9:58 p.m.
A citizen walked into the St. Rose Hospital ER with a gunshot wound to his neck. He advised the shooting occurred in the area of Seminole / Mantilla. An extensive search was conducted; however a crime scene was not located. The citizen/victim was transported to Eden Hospital. Injuries did not appear to be life threatening at the time.

11:18 a.m.
An elderly citizen was walking in the area of West Tennyson at Hesperian using her assisted walker when she had to jump out of the way of a large eucalyptus branch which broke and fell onto her walker. The citizen fell and her assisted walker was damaged by tree. The citizen was treated and released by a local hospital.

22:04 p.m.
Three suspects all in red clothing were seen shooting shotguns in the area of Ranker Court and Manon Ave. Officers arrive on scene, and found several shotgun and 45 caliber casings in the street. There was a large party on the Ranker Court with several people matching the description of the three suspects. Officers conducted a protective sweep of the apartment and located shotguns and a .45 caliber assault rifle. Witnesses refuse to ID anyone out of fear.

6:20 a.m.
Officers respond to a suspicious person with a weapon in the area of Murcia and Dean. Officers locate the individual and during a records check, the suspect is found to be a parolee at large with a loaded handgun. Suspect has gang affiliation and violent history. Suspect was taken into custody without incident.

7:17 a.m.
A victim resident called 911 reporting someone had shot into her home on the 27000 Block of Pompano Ave. The unknown suspect(s) shot at the residence. One round penetrated into the kitchen wall and came to rest on the table. The other round impacted the rear truck lid and window of a vehicle parked in the driveway. Eleven 9mm casings were located on the street.

11:11 a.m.
Hayward police and fire department responds to a medical emergency on the 22000 block of S. Garden Ave. A mother was holding her 15-month-infant while in her backyard patio, which is directly below second story window of the apartment. Her autistic son was upstairs and accidentally broke the window while jumping between beds. Shards of glass fell onto the mother and infant. Infant sustained a 2-inch laceration below left eye, near her nose. Infant was transported to Children’s Hospital. Mother had a shard of glass embedded into her right flank; she was transported to Saint Rose Hospital.

23:03 p.m.
A juvenile and two adults were accosted by three suspected gang members on the 500 block of Blanche Street. The three victims were patted down and their pockets were rummaged through by the suspects. All three citizens’ cell phones and cash were taken by the suspects. Suspects fled the scene on foot.

11:23 p.m.
A pedestrian ran eastbound across Hesperian Blvd, south of W. Winton Avenue. A northbound vehicle in the #2 lane struck the pedestrian, resulting in the death of the pedestrian. The driver and occupants of the vehicle remained at the scene. The driver appeared to be sober. The identity and sobriety of the pedestrian will be determined by the coroner.

5:45 a.m.
Union City PD called the Hayward Police Department to ask for outside assistance in their city for priority calls for service. Union City was investigating a fatal auto/pedestrian collision in their city. Officers were sent to Union City to assist.

3:53 p.m.
An armed robbery occurred on the 25000 block of Ironwood Ct. The suspect robbed the victim at gunpoint and then ran towards the Waterford Apts. The victim gave chase and lost sight of the suspect in the complex.

9:40 p.m.
The male victim and male suspect have recently been chatting online via an adult website. They agree to meet in the parking lot on the 1000 block of La Playa Drive for a sexual encounter. When the victim arrives, the male suspect gets in the front passenger seat and they began to talk. Within minutes, another male knocks on the window and brandishes a handgun. The suspect in the passenger seat tells the victim, “Give me everything” as the other suspect orders the victim out of the vehicle. The victim complies and the second suspect jumps into the driver’s seat and takes off southbound on Calaroga Ave with both suspects in the vehicle, leaving the victim in the parking lot. The victim’s vehicle is located within minutes unoccupied on the 26000 block of Kay Ave.

10:10 p.m.
A subject known to associate with a local gang was sitting in front of his home on the 500 block of Jefferson Street when a vehicle slowly drove past his home. A passenger in the vehicle was staring at the victim so the victim “flipped off” the suspect. The suspect responded by firing three rounds at the victim, but missed the victim and hit the occupied home. Nobody was injured.

11:50 p.m.
A citizen was walking home on the 100 block of Winton Ave when he was accosted by four unknown race males who jumped out of a dark colored SUV with tinted windows. The males were wearing all black clothing, and one was armed with a semi-auto handgun. The suspects chased down the citizen and punched him in the face causing him to fall to the ground. Once on the ground, the suspects took his cell phone out of his pocket and removed his shoes. All four suspects got back into the SUV and left the scene eastbound on Winton Ave.


  • Teresa Conti

    Surprised that the blotter for the 4th is not bigger. My street sounded like a military target practice area.