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Hayward police blotter, July 16-23

Wednesday, 7/16/2014, approximately 7:52 AM – A robbery occurred in the 400 block of West Tennyson Road. Two Black males walked up to the victim who was in his parked vehicle. The suspects demanded money and told the victim they had a gun. The victim handed the suspects cash and they ran off in an unknown direction. Both suspects were Black males, 30 years of age, and wearing black jackets.

Wednesday, 7/16/2014, approximately 5:21 PM – A suicidal juvenile was located at a building in the 22000 block of Foothill Blvd and threatening to jump off the top of a parking structure. Officers successfully negotiated with the juvenile who agreed to come down off the ledge. He was placed on a psychiatric evaluation hold and transported to a local hospital.

Thursday, 7/17/2014, approximately 10:00 AM – The Hayward Police Communications Center received several phone calls from a male making credible threatens to start “murdering cops.” On 7/19/2014, the suspect was identified and located in the 22000 block of 2nd Street. The male suspect is currently in custody for Threatening Public Officials and Annoying/Harassing Phone Calls via 911 System.

Thursday, 7/17/2014, approximately 6:30 PM – An armed robbery occurred to an ice cream cart vendor at La Porte Ave and Everglade St. The suspects were described as a Hispanic male and female. The suspects took cash from the victim and fled the scene on foot.

Friday, 7/18/2014, approximately 10:26 PM – The Hayward Police Department received several 911 calls describing a group of 50 juveniles fighting in front of a business located in the 1000 block of B Street. Upon HPD’s arrival, the group dispersed. There were no reported victims or damage as a result of this incident.

Friday, 7/18/2014, approximately 11:32 PM – Officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance between a male and female in a vehicle on Pensacola Ave and Sumatra Ave. It was determined that the male had forced the female into sex trafficking and was assaulting her. The male was later arrested for pimping and pandering. The female was provided with victim services.

Saturday, 7/19/2014, approximately 12:42 PM – A vehicle versus pedestrian collision occurred near the intersection of Dixon ST at Copperfield AV in the City of Hayward. During this collision a minivan was traveling southbound on Dixon ST and collided with a 5-year old boy who was running across the street. The child, who lives in front of the collision scene, sustained major injuries and was transported to Children’s Hospital in Oakland. Sadly, the boy died from his injuries Monday evening (7/21/2014). The driver is cooperating with the investigation and alcohol or drugs are not suspected to be a factor. The cause of the collision is still under investigation.
Any witnesses are encouraged to contact Sergeant Jason Corsolini at the Hayward Police Department Traffic Bureau at 510-293-7149.

Saturday, 7/19/2014, approximately 8:09 PM – Hayward Fire Department reported that a female came to their station located on Hayward Blvd to report she was the victim of a kidnapping out of Santa Cruz, CA. She indicated her ex-boyfriend abducted her from a park in Santa Cruz at gunpoint on Thursday, 7/17/2014. The victim returned home to Santa Cruz and the investigation was forwarded to the Santa Cruz Police Department for further investigation. The suspect in this investigation was not located by the Hayward Police Department.

Sunday, 7/20/2014, approximately 9:56 PM – Officers responded to the report of shots fired in the area of Oliver Drive and Del Norte Court. Upon arrival, they located a 17 year old male with a single gunshot wound to his head. The victim was transported to a local hospital where he is currently in critical condition. No one has been arrested in this incident and it is currently under investigation.
Anyone with information regarding this shooting is encouraged to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at (510) 293-7034.

Sunday, 7/20/2014, approximately 11:34 PM – A strong armed robbery occurred in the 25000 block of Madeline Ave. The victim reported that he met the unknown suspect via social networking web site and arranged to meet in front of an address on Madeline Ave. Upon arrival, the suspect got into the victim’s vehicle and demanded money and his cell phone. The suspect then fled the scene on foot. The victim knew the suspect as “Bruce” and described him as a Black male adult, 24 to 25 years old, 5’7” and short hair.

Tuesday, 7/22/2014, approximately 12:06 AM – A shooting occurred in the 26000 block of Patrick Ave. The juvenile victim indicated he was shot at from a suspect in a moving vehicle while standing in front of a residence. The juvenile sustained a non-life threating wound to his torso and transported to a local hospital. No firearm was recovered in this investigation.

Tuesday, 7/22/2014, approximately 7:30 PM – Officers respond to the report of an incident where a female suspect intentionally ran over her boyfriend with her vehicle in the 900 block of Torrano Ave. The suspect was located and arrested at the scene and the victim transported to a local hospital with non-life threating injuries.

Tuesday, 7/22/2014, approximately 7:40 PM – Officers responded to the area of Mission Blvd and Foothill Blvd regarding a shooting. It was determined that male was seen hanging out of the front passenger window of a black 4 door sedan and shooting at another unknown vehicle and motorcycle as they traveled northbound on Foothill Blvd. The suspect was described as a White or Hispanic male, medium build with a shaved head with a small pony tail on the back. None of the people involved in the incident have been located or contacted police and no potential victims were located at nearby hospitals.

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