FRI, 2/13/15 at 1:41 PM, an ATTEMPTED BURGLARY occurred on the 22000 block of City Center Drive. A neighbor saw two Black males force entry into the apartment next door. Upon Hayward PD’s arrival, the suspects decided to flee by jumping from the 3rd story balcony. Suspect #1 sustained serious injuries and broken bones. He was transported and later admitted to Eden Hospital. Suspect #2 suffered minor injuries and was medically cleared at St Rose Hospital prior to booking. During protective sweep of the apartment, officers found evidence of possession of prescription pills for sales (over 24,000 pills) were found along with a large quantity of marijuana and a loaded gun. The Narcotics Unit was called; they obtained a search warrant and discovered about $70,000 in cash. The renter of the apartment (the victim of the burglary) arrived on scene and was subsequently arrested.
SAT, 2/14/15 at 12:11 AM, a HOME INVASION ROBBERY/ BRANDISHING A WEAPON occurred on the 24000 block of O’Neil Avenue. A juvenile suspect entered the apartment and pointed a pellet gun at the female victim. The victim’s father-in-law struggled with suspect and held him down until HPD arrived. After a brief period the suspect exited the apartment and was detained. The suspect’s pellet gun recovered at the scene.
SAT, 2/14/15 at 8:20 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 28000 block of Huntwood Avenue. The victim was approached from behind by the three suspects. Suspect #1 pointed a handgun to the victim’s head while suspect #2 pointed a knife and told victim to give up his property. Suspect #3 punched the victim in the face, causing visible injury. The suspects took cash, a cell phone and the victim’s laptop. Suspect #1 was described as a Black male juvenile, wearing a black hoodie, black and orange hat, and armed with a handgun. Suspect #2 is a Black male adult wearing a black hoodie, black and orange hat, and armed with a folding knife. Suspect #3 is a Black male juvenile wearing a black hoodie and black and orange hat.
SAT, 2/14/15 at 9:28 PM, an ATTEMPTED ROBBERY occurred on the 26000 block of Mission Boulevard. The female suspect approached the victim and simulated a weapon in her sweatshirt pocket. She told the victim, “Give me your money.” The victim, while speaking to her friend on her cell phone, told her friend to call the police; which prompted the suspect to run away. The female suspect is described as a Hispanic female adult, 35 years old, 5’02, 135lbs., and last seen wearing a pink hoodie and blue jeans.
SUN, 2/15/15 at 12:45 PM, a PLANE CRASH occurred on the 1400 block of Golf Course Road. A single engine plane with a solo passenger lost power while taking off from the Hayward Airport. The pilot did a forced landing on to the #10 hole at Skywest Golf Course. The pilot was not injured in the crash, nor were there any injuries to others. The aircraft sustained moderate damage.
MON, 2/16/15 at 10:31 AM, a STRONG ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 19000 block of Hesperian Boulevard. The suspect entered the business and stole medications from a pharmacy by force. The suspect was described as a White male adult, in his 20’s, 5’9”, 160lbs, with brown eyes. He was wearing a baseball cap, gray zip-up hoodie sweatshirt, with a white t-shirt underneath, dark pants and gray shoes. The suspect did not display a weapon and was seen fleeing in a dark vehicle.
TUE, 2/17/15 at 6:43 AM, SHOOTINGS INTO UNOCCUPIED VEHICLES occurred on the 100 block of Revere Avenue, and on the 100 block of Lafayette Avenue. The vehicle on Revere Ave was shot four times and the one on Lafayette Ave was struck three times. Police recovered bullet casings from both locations.
TUE, 2/17/15 at 2:00 PM, a PROBATION SEARCH was conducted on the 25000 block of Bryn Mawr. The Special Duties Unit (SDU) made a traffic stop on two Fremont gang members at Harder Road and Mission Boulevard. One of the gang members was on probation with a search clause, so the officers conducted a probation search of the suspect’s residence. Various kinds of ammunition and a small amount of cocaine were recovered. The suspect was subsequently arrested.
TUE, 2/17/15 at 3:30 PM, a BURGLARY AND POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY (in custody) occurred at a high school. School Resource Officers (SRO) discovered a burglary occurred at a public high school. The SRO’s Waters reviewed CCTV Surveillance footage from the burglary and the following day, one of the SRO’s saw the same suspect walking on Mission Boulevard. The officer contacted the suspect and conducted a probation search of the suspect’s residence, where property from the burglary was recovered.
TUE, 2/17/15 at 6:10 PM, a RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY occurred on the 2200 block of Parnassus Court. Six firearms and some ammunition were taken. There was no suspect(s) or other information available at this time.
WED, 2/18/15 at 11:52 AM, a SEARCH WARRANT SERVICE was conducted on the 24000 block of Patricia Court. The Narcotics Unit obtained a Search Warrant and were able to recover methamphetamine, heroin, and a loaded handgun. Two suspects were arrested.
WED, 2/18/15 at 4:45 PM, a ROBBERY occurred at Oliver Drive and West Tennyson Road. An elderly female was walking home from the grocery store when a vehicle pulled up next to her. Suspect #1 exited the vehicle and grabbed the victim in a headlock while suspect #2 stayed in the vehicle. The victim felt a hard object placed onto her back and she believed it was a gun. Suspect #1 demanded the victim’s purse, but she refused. The suspect took cash from the victim’s purse and fled in the awaiting vehicle driving southbound on Hesperian Boulevard.
WED, 2/18/15 at 10:51 PM, a RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE/COLLISION occurred on the 700 block of Shepherd Avenue. While driving eastbound on Schafer Road, an officer saw the vehicle in front of him run the stop sign at Schafer and Chisholm Ct. The vehicle ran a second stop sign at Schafer Rd. and Huntwood. As the vehicle turned southbound on Huntwood Ave, the officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop. Moments later, the officer found the vehicle had crashed into two parked cars and the suspects had fled the scene.