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Hayward police blotter Aug. 4-10

THUR, 8/7/14 at 9:50 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY WITH A HANDGUN occurred at Ted’s Pharmacy, 27000 block of Hesperian Blvd. The suspect stole controlled pain medications and drove off in an off-white vehicle. An officer recalled a suspicious vehicle from the day before at Ted’s Pharmacy. The vehicle and its license plate matched the robbery suspect’s vehicle. Police looked up the vehicle’s registry information and found the car on Gettysburg Ave. A search warrant was issued and the home was surrounded by Hayward‘s Special Duty Unit. SDU called out the occupants out of the home, including the suspect, who came out willingly. The victim positively identified the suspect through an in-field show up. The pain medications and the suspect’s gun (a loaded .45) were recovered inside the home. Investigations spoke to the suspect and he confessed to committing the robbery and to others crimes as well.

FRI, 8/8/14 at 7:24 PM, a nine-year-old child was riding his bicycle on Dolphin Lane crossing onto Florida Street when a vehicle traveling westbound struck him. The boy was trauma activated to Children’s Hospital (Oakland) with non-life threatening injuries.

SAT, 8/9/14 at 1:08 PM. Officers conducted a traffic enforcement stop for a registration violation. The officers smelled a strong odor of alcoholic beverage and marijuana emitting from the vehicle. During a consent search, the officers located Xanax pills in a clear baggie, opened and unopened beer cans, and a loaded .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol with a ten round magazine. One of the passenger confessed to the officers that the pills and the gun were his. He described the gun and the pills to the officers, ensuring them of his ownership. Both occupants were arrested.

SAT, 8/9/14 at 3:59 PM, a STRONG ARMED ROBBERY incident occurred adjacent to the Burger King located on Mission Boulevard and Industrial Parkway. Four suspects assaulted the victim and stole his wallet and cell phone. The suspects are described as:
Suspect #1 is a Black female in her mid 20’s, 5’8”, medium build. She was seen wearing a red jersey with #5 written on front.
Suspect #2 is a Black female, 5’8”, pink hair, and wore a black Tee shirt.
Suspect #3 is a Black female adult with no description.
Suspect #4 is a Black male adult, 5’9”, thin build; he was wearing a black shirt, black pants, and wore a black beanie hat.

SUN, 8/10/14 at 12:54 AM, Officers responded to the area of Thelma and Barker for a naked man running down the street. The suspect charged at one of the officers as she exited the patrol vehicle. She was able to restrain the suspect until another officer was able to help her. The officers called an ambulance to transport the suspect to the hospital for a psychological evaluation. No injuries were reported to the officers or suspect.

MON, 8/11/14 at 2:26 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY WITH A HANDGUN incident occurred at the Subway located on the 26000 block of Mission Boulevard. The suspect entered the store, armed with a black semi-automatic handgun and demanded money. The suspect ran towards Sorenson Road and was seen getting into a white car driven by a white female. The car sped southbound on Mission Boulevard. The suspect is a white male, mid 20’s, 6’0”, and heavy set. He was last seen wearing a black/gray SF Giants hat, red bandanna, black hooded sweatshirt with writing on front and back, tan shorts and tan work boots.

WED, 8/13/14 at 5:20 PM, a report of a man BRANDISHING A FIREARM on the 27000 block of High Country Drive. The victim was walking on High Country Drive when the suspect came out of his home, yelled, and pointed his shotgun at the victim. The victim called police, but informed them that he did not want to press charges against the suspect. After the police made contact with the suspect, they determined that he needed a psychological evaluation and sent him to the hospital.

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Hayward police blotter July 31-Aug. 5

Thur, 7/31/14 at 12:31 AM, An armed robbery with knife occurred while the victim was walking southbound on Montgomery, towards A Street. The victim was approached by two Hispanic males. One of the males put a knife to the Victim’s throat and demanded his backpack. The backpack contained the victim’s wallet, $160 in cash, Revo sunglasses, and his alien registration card. The other suspect stood by and said, “Welcome to Hayward mother f*****!” The suspect’s then ran to a smaller Japanese make, silver car that was parked nearby. The suspects were arrested on 8/2/14, when they attempted to commit a similar robbery.

Thur, 7/31/14 at 2:00 PM ACVET conducted a decoy operation in multiple cities throughout Alameda County. Five teams visited 119 ABC licensed establishments and 28 of them sold alcohol to minors. Livermore and Pleasanton had eleven sales to minors and Hayward had four. This operation was hosted by ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) and Hayward PD; and supported by UC Berkeley PD, Alameda County Probation Dept., Livermore PD and Union City PD.

Fri, 8/1/14 at 3:15 AM, there were several calls from 25000 block of Industrial Boulevard regarding shots heard in their area. Officers arrived and saw a white adult male running away from the scene. The male was not located, however shell casings were found in the bushes near the northwest corner of the apartments. There were .40 cal casings and shotgun shells found in the area.

Fri, 8/1/14 at 5:41 PM, an asssault with a deadly weapon occurred at 22000 block of Western Avenue where three Hispanic adult males fought with two Hispanic adult males over a parking stall space. During the fight, one suspect brandished a knife and stabbed the victim in the arm. The victim was taken to Eden hospital and treated for a non-life threatening injury. Two suspects were arrested and taken to jail. The first suspect was charged with battery with serious injuries, and the other suspect was charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

Sat, 8/2/14 at 12:30 AM, the Special Duty Unit (SDU) Officers noticed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on Jackson Street and Soto Road. SDU officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but it quickly pulled into the parking lot of the 200 block of W. Jackson Street and parked in a stall. The male driver and female passenger fled from the vehicle as the officers arrived. Both suspects were detained without incident. A loaded 9mm handgun, 27.2g of meth, and $695 in cash were located and taken as evidence. Both suspects were arrested and taken to jail.

Sat, 8/2/14 at 7:30 AM, an attempted robbery took place at B Street and Alice Street where a Hispanic male brandished a kitchen style knife and demanded the victim’s wallet while a second Hispanic male stood by intimidating. When the victim said he did not have his wallet, the suspect with the knife hit him on the forehead with it, causing a puncture wound. The suspects eventually fled in a gray Ford Taurus. Officers spotted a gray Ford Taurus with two Hispanic males driving in the area of A Street and Royal Avenue and stopped it. The victim identified both males and the vehicle as the ones who tried to rob him. The knife used in the crime was recovered and identified as well. A veteran officer recalled a similar robbery from Montgomery and A St a few days earlier and coordinated having that victim come to their location. The victim from the first robbery identified them as the ones who robbed him as well.

Mon, 8/4/14 at 7:36 PM, A reported assault with a deadly weapon occurred on the 300 block of West Tennyson Road. Multiple callers reported two to three black males beating up one Hispanic male with a stick. Suspects got into a car and fled. The suspect vehicle was located and stopped in the 900 block of West Tennyson Road with four occupants. The victim was not located at the scene nor had he checked into any of the surrounding hospitals. The four suspects were identified and then released.

Mon, 8/4/14 at 10:30 PM, a DUI with injury and attempted hit and run occurred. A suspect in his vehicle struck a parked car on upper D Street. The suspect continued to drive westbound on D Street and then collided with another parked truck near Castro Valley. The suspect got out of his vehicle and attempted to flee on foot. The suspect was captured and detained by neighbors in the area until police arrived. The passenger sustained a significant leg injury. A large crowd gathered prior to police arrival and urgent cover for crowd control was needed. Both driver and his passenger were transported to Eden hospital.

Tue, 8/5/14 at 3:30 PM, A report of criminal threats and intimidating a witness occurred at the Hayward courthouse. A victim of a robbery and assault with a deadly weapon incident that occurred in the city of Fremont was at the Hayward Courthouse waiting to testify against his attacker. The victim brought three of his family members with him for protection, as he knew the suspect was not in-custody and would be present. The victim and his family were approached by the suspect’s mother and his girlfriend. The suspect’s mother and girlfriend made numerous criminal threats to the victim and his family in an attempt to intimidate them and prevent him from testifying against the suspect. The victims re-entered the courthouse and advised the District Attorney’s Office of what had just occurred. The suspects were detained and arrested.

Tue, 8/5/14 at 3:59 PM, a citizen reported seeing a possible pipe bomb in the bushes at D Street and Meek Ave. Officers confirmed a homemade pipe bomb was lying near some bushes. The immediate area was evacuated and the streets were blocked. The Alameda “bomb” squad responded and rendered it safe. There were no injuries or property damage. It was unknown how long the device had been there and no suspect leads.

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Hayward police blotter July 24-31

Thursday, 7/24/2014, approximately 9:39 AM – A burglary occurred to a residence on the 900 block of Sunset Blvd. The suspects were seen fleeing the location by a witness in a dark colored Honda or Toyota sedan with a partial California license plate of “3UU.” The suspects were described as two Black males.

Friday, 7/25/2014, approximately 12:42 PM – Officers responded to the 24000 block of Tioga Road regarding an assault. It was determined that a delivery driver assaulted the resident of a home with a hand truck. The suspect was arrested and charged with Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Friday, 7/25/2014, approximately 9:15 PM – Officers from the Special Duty Unit conducted an enforcement stop on a vehicle being driven by a driven by a male in the 25000 block of Gading Road. During a probable cause search of his vehicle, a loaded handgun and narcotics for sales were located. The suspect was placed under arrest for possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle and narcotics for sales.

Saturday, 7/26/2014, approximately 10:53 AM – Officers responded to the report of robbery that occurred at a bank in the 22000 Block of Foothill Blvd. It was determined that a female suspect walked into the bank and presented a note demanding money. She claimed to have a gun, but none was seen. She fled the bank of foot in an unknown direction. She was described as a Black female adult, early 30’s, 5’10”, large build, black hair with burgundy highlights and last seen wearing a black baseball cap, gray jeans, a teal windbreaker and carrying a black purse with metal studs.

Anyone within information regarding this bank robbery is encouraged to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at (510) 293-7034.

Sunday, 7/27/2014, approximately 12:01 AM – Officers responded to the report of shots fired the intersection of Santa Clara Street and Banbury Street. It was determined that a large party where guests were being charged admission had just broken up in the 24000 block of Broadmore Avenue. Several “party crashers” arrived at the location, causing fights to break out at the residence and the adjacent street. An unknown suspect then shot at a vehicle belonging to someone picking up party guests, striking it three times, but no one was injured. The homeowner who hosted the party was later cited under the City’s Social Host Ordinance.

Monday, 7/28/2014, approximately 5:30 AM – Officers responded to an alarm call at a business in the 22000 block of Foothill Blvd. The owner of the business was monitoring the video and audio surveillance system from home and could hear power tools and voices inside the closed business. Officers responded and surrounded the business and made efforts to call the suspects out of the business via public address systems and telephone calls. Officers then began searching the building and three suspects were located in the attic above the business and taken into custody. All three suspects were booked on the charges of Burglary and Conspiracy to Commit Burglary.

Tuesday, 7/29/2014, approximately 4:55 AM – An armed robbery occurred to a business in the 24000 block of Mission Blvd. A citizen called 911 to report seeing two males wearing masks enter the business and noticed a third male standing outside who appeared to be a “lookout.” All three males fled the scene with an unknown amount of cash eastbound on Highland Blvd. The suspects were described at Hispanic males, dark clothing and wearing hoodies with masks.

Anyone within information regarding this armed robbery is encouraged to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at (510) 293-7034.

Tuesday, 7/29/2014, approximately 9:58 AM – Officers responded to the 27000 block of Gainesville Ave to assist Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies who were attempting to serve a civil eviction notice at a residence. Upon their arrival, they located suspicious notes and other items within the house to make them believe the home might be wired with improvised explosive devices (IED’s). They Sheriff’s Office was not sure if the home was currently occupied. The Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad and Hayward Police Department’s Special Response Unit were activated and responded to the scene. A search of the residence yielded no explosive devices or materials and there was no one home at the time. Nearby residents were allowed to return to their homes at about 5:30 PM.

Tuesday, 7/29/2014, approximately 6:15 PM – Officers responded to the 1100 block of Rex Road regarding the report of an Armed Home Invasion Robbery. The victim reported that he was sleeping and suddenly awoken by an unknown male placing a pillow over his face and demanding money. The suspect fled the scene after obtaining an undisclosed amount of cash from the victim. The victim could only describe the suspect as having an Asian accent.

Anyone within information regarding this armed robbery is encouraged to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at (510) 293-7034.

Thursday, 7/31/2014, 12:30 AM – Officers responded to the area of Montgomery Street and A Street regarding an Armed Robbery. The victim reported that he was walking in the area when he was approached by two males, one of which was armed with a knife, and demanded his backpack. The victim complied and the suspects ran off and got into a small silver vehicle and drove off. The suspects are described as Hispanic male adults, 22 to 25 years old, 5’7”, medium builds and wearing dark clothing.

Anyone within information regarding this bank robbery is encouraged to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at (510) 293-7034.

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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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Hayward police blotter July 9-15

Wed, 7/9/14, approx. 8:05 PM, a DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/CARJACKING occurred in the 2000 block of Aldengate: A man asked to borrow his girlfriend’s car. When she refused, he threatened to put a gun in her mouth and she complied out of fear. The car was later recovered on 7/11/14 by the Oakland Police Department.

Thur, 7/10/14, approx. 9:20 AM, a RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY occurred in the 22000 block of S Garden Ave: A neighbor saw two males climb up a balcony and through a window into an apartment. The neighbor didn’t recognize the males and called the police. Officers surrounded the apartment and with the assistance of a police canine, officers were able to talk the males into voluntarily exiting the apartment. It turned out they indeed did not live there and they were arrested.

Thur, 7/10/14, approx. 11:40 AM, an AUTO THEFT/PASSING A FRAUDULENT CHECK occurred at a liquor store in the 300 block of Winton Ave: A clerk called the police to report a female who used a fraudulent check to make a purchase earlier, returned to the store. When police arrived, they saw the female being driven away by a male in a truck. Before officers could stop them, the male pulled over and let the female out of the truck. Officers discovered the truck was stolen and were able to stop the man driving it. Officers searched the area where the female was last seen and found her hiding in a nearby business, so she was arrested as well.

Fri, 7/11/14, approx. 10:40 AM, an ARSON/RESTRAINING ORDER VIOLATION occurred in the 29000 block of Dixon St: The male suspect returned to his estranged wife’s apartment in violation of a restraining order, after being released from jail for domestic violence. The male began damaging and destroying property inside the apartment. The noise woke up the victim, who snuck out of the apartment and went to work. The male phoned the victim at her work and said he was going to destroy her property. When the victim came home, she discovered the suspect burned some property inside the apartment and then apparently put it out with a fire extinguisher.

Fri, 7/11/14, approx. 9:30 PM, a DOMESTIC VIOLENCE occurred in the 1500 block of Macatera: The male suspect punched his girlfriend in the face, inflicting visible injury. The male immediately began stabbing himself in the upper body. He was admitted to a local hospital for medical treatment for his injuries, which were not critical.

Sun, 7/13/14, approx. 3:25 AM, a NEGLIGENT DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM occurred in an unknown location in Hayward: A male came to a local hospital after he was shot in the lower body. Initially the man said it occurred while he was walking down a street, but his injury was not consistent with the information he provided. The man said he accidentally shot himself, but did not provide any investigative information.

Mon, 7/14/14, approx. 2:10 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred at D/Atherton: Four to five black males demanded the male victim give him his backpack containing his wallet and other property. One of the males had a gun and pointed it at the male, as they made this demand, so he gave it to them. When officers arrived, they were able to use GPS technology to locate the stolen property on the 500 block of Dean St. An adult male and juvenile male found with the property and a gun, were identified by the victim as two of the males who robbed him. The males were arrested.

Mon, 7/14/14, approx. 4:40 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred at a sandwich shop in the 31000 block of Mission Bl: A white male (about 35 yrs old, about 5’7”, medium build, wearing a black baseball cap and black shirt) pointed a handgun at the clerk and demanded money, then ran away.

Tues, 7/15/14, approx. 12:30 AM, a CARJACKING occurred at Holy Oake/Mediterranean: A male suspect (unknown race/age, wearing dark clothing, with a hoodie covering his face) approached the male victim, as he stood near the door of his 2004 blue Range Rover. The suspect demanded the victim’s car keys. No weapon was seen or simulated. The Range Rover was later recovered, unoccupied in Oakland.

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Hayward police blotter, June 25-July 2

From Hayward police:

Wed, 6/25/14, approx. 5:00 AM, ARMED ROBBERY: The male victim phoned Hayward PD to report an armed robbery, as he was driving himself to a local hospital. The victim said two black males (5’8”-6’, 18-21 yrs, wearing all dark clothing) walked up to his car, pulled him out, took his property and shot him in the leg. Officers were unable to verify the location of the incident, as reported. The victim did not sustain any critical injury and the investigation is ongoing.

Wed, 6/25/14, approx. 4:25 PM, FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION @ La Mesa/Farmhill: A male pedestrian was struck by a car, as he crossed the intersection. The motorist stayed at the scene to assist with the investigation and intoxication was not thought to be a factor. The pedestrian suffered critical injuries and was transported to a local hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries the following day. The collision is being investigated by the Traffic Bureau and a press release was issued last week.

Wed, 6/25/14, approx. 7:45 PM, ATTEMPTED ARMED ROBBERY on Muir St: a Good Samaritan intervened when he saw a male suspect trying to rob another man at gunpoint. The suspect struck the Good Samaritan in the head with the gun and then ran to a nearby house. Officers surrounded the residence and discovered the suspect does not live in the house, but resides somewhere else nearby. Officers searched for the suspect, but did not find him at that time. A replica handgun used during the incident was recovered. The original robbery victim ran away when the Good Samaritan intervened and was never located. The Good Samaritan suffered minor injuries, but no loss of property. The Investigation is ongoing.

Wed, 6/25/14, approx. 11:20 PM, ARMED ROBBERY @ the downtown Wells Fargo Bank ATM: Two men drove to the bank so one of them could get money from the ATM. After the man collected his money from the ATM, the suspect (black male, about 6’1”, skinny, wearing a black hoodie and a skeleton mask), walked up and demanded the cash at gunpoint. The suspect then walked up to the second man, who was waiting nearby. The suspect demanded the second man’s wallet. The suspect got cash from the first man and the second man’s wallet.

Thur, 6/26/14, approx. 10:10 PM, ARMED ROBBERY on Luvena: The suspect (white male, about 5’7”, mid 20’s, medium build, short hair and a moustache) brandished a gun and demanded the victim’s property. The victim gave the suspect his cell phone and wallet.

Fri, 6/27/14, approx. 9:40 AM, ARMED ROBBERY at the Rite Aid at 24536 Hesperian: The suspect (black male, 20’s, thin build, wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans) went to the pharmacy department and simulated that he had a gun under his shirt. The suspect demanded narcotics, then got into a mid-size silver car. He was last seen southbound on La Playa. The investigation is ongoing.

Fri, 6/27/14, approx. 10:45 AM, ARMED ROBBERY at the Cigarette Store at 24703 Amador: The suspect (Black male, about 5’10”, medium build, wearing a black mesh mask, black and blue jacket, and a black backpack) walked up to the cashier and brandished what appeared to be a gun wrapped in cloth. The suspect demanded cash from the register and fled the store after getting it.

Fri, 6/27/14, approx. 3:40 PM, BURGLARY/AUTO THEFT occurred on Westwood: The victims came home to find jewelry, a firearm with some ammunition, and their SUV were all stolen sometime while they were at work that day. The SUV had a security system installed and several hours later police were able to determine the SUV’s location, still in Hayward. When officers converged on the SUV as it was stopped in traffic, the three male juveniles inside it ran away before the officers could effectively block their escape routes. Two of the males were taken into custody, after a short foot pursuit and the third male was found nearby hiding in a yard, a short time later. The jewelry and the firearm were not located.

Sat, 6/28/14, 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Alcohol/Vice enforcement throughout the city, in conjunction with the Alcohol Beverage Control Agency (ABC): Detectives and ABC agents visited nine establishments to ensure they would not sell alcohol to minors. Two establishments did, but seven did not.

Mon, 6/30/14, approx. 5:05 PM, STABBING @ an unknown location in Hayward: The male victim went to a local hospital for puncture wounds he incurred during an attack by an unknown number of Hispanic males. The victim was unsure about how many males attacked him, where, and why. He thought one of them possibly stabbed him with an icepick. He sustained minor injuries.

Mon, 6/30/14, approx. 8:00 PM, STRONGARM ROBBERY near B/Watkins: The male victim said his girlfriend of one week asked him to meet her and to bring cash and marijuana. When the male arrived, the girlfriend and several males beat him up, and then took the money and marijuana. The female and one of the males were still in the area and were taken into custody. The victim sustained minor injuries.

Mon, 6/30/14, approx. 9:00 PM, FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM, near Huntwood/Tennyson: Two males got into an argument outside a liquor store and one of them brandished a gun. When officers arrived, the suspect was still there, with the gun concealed in his waistband. As a convicted felon, he cannot possess a gun and was arrested for brandishing and possessing the gun.

Tue, 7/1/14, approx. 4:50 PM, ARMED ROBBERY @ the Southland Mall Wells Fargo Bank: The male suspect (Hispanic, about 5’10”, in his 30’s, stocky build, wearing a plaid shirt, and a black and white baseball cap), handed one of the tellers a note, demanding money. The suspect ran off toward Hesperian, after getting the money. The investigation is ongoing.

Wed, 7/2/14, approx. 1:05 AM, ARMED ROBBERY @ 7-11 at 330 Jackson: The male suspect (Hispanic, about 5’8”, medium build, 17-25 yrs, wearing a black hoodie, red mask, and tan shorts) brandished a knife at the cashier and demanded cigarettes and money. The suspect fled after the cashier gave the items to him.

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Hayward police blotter June 9-14

06/09 05:50 PM
A robbery occurred in the 26000 block of Eldridge Avenue. The victim was approached by three suspects near the footbridge. One of the suspects demanded the victim’s property. When the victim refused the suspects assaulted the victim. The suspects were described as African American males in their mid-20’s; all were tall and had thin builds. One of the suspects had shoulder length hair in braids and the other two had shaved heads.

06/09 09:45 PM
A robbery occurred on West Tennyson Rd under the BART tracks. The victim was approached by three suspects who assaulted him and took property. The suspects fled from the scene in a red older model Buick LeSabre. The suspects were described as African American males. The victim was treated for his injuries at a local hospital.

06/10 10:36 PM
Hayward Police dispatch received a call from citizens regarding a subject shooting a handgun from their vehicle. The informant said he heard a gun being fired and saw the muzzle flash. A gold four door vehicle fled from the area shortly after the gun shots. Responding officers located evidence of the shooting in the street. No property damage or injuries were reported from the incident.

06/11 01:54 AM
A robbery occurred on South Garden Avenue at Marin Avenue. The suspect pushed the victim off of his bicycle and assaulted him. The suspect then took property from the victim while he was on the ground. An arriving officer stopped the suspect in a vehicle as he was leaving the area and detained him. The suspect was identified and arrested.

06/11 12:03 AM
Officers responded to a burglary on Lafayette Ave. While conducting their investigation the officers located footprints leading away from the scene. The officers went to the residence where the footprints terminated and contacted the residents. The residents identified the footprints as belonging to subjects who had recently left their home. Officers went to the address provided by the residents and contacted one of the suspects who confessed to committing the burglary. Both suspects were arrested and property taken in the burglary was recovered.

06/11 01:15 PM
An armed robbery occurred to a business in the 2400 block of Diablo Ave. The suspect entered the business and took the victims’ property after threatening them with a firearm. The suspect fled the scene in a light grey Honda with dealer paper plates from “Honda of Oakland” The suspect was described as an African American male, 6’0” in height, medium build and wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.

06/12 05:02 AM
An armed robbery occurred in front of the 500 block of West Tennyson Rd. The suspect pushed the victim against a tree and struck him on the head with a pistol. The suspect took property from the victim and released him. As the victim left he heard one gunshot fired in his direction; the victim was not hit. The suspect was described as an African American male, 5’06” in height, heavy build, wearing a black baseball hat and black jacket with white sleeves.

06/12 12:50 PM
An assault with a deadly weapon occurred at a public park on Berry Ave. The victim and the suspect had a confrontation regarding money when the suspect stabbed the victim in the neck. The victim fled and called the police the suspect left in a green ford Taurus or similar vehicle. The suspect is described as an African American male, 6’00” tall, with a thin build. The suspect vehicle was being driven by an African American female.

06/12 11:14 PM
During a neighbor dispute on the 22000 block of Sonoma Street the suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and threatened him with it. The suspect then fired three rounds in the air and left the scene in a tan 2000-2005 Lincoln Navigator. The suspect was described as an African American Male, 6’00” tall, 250 pounds between 45 and 50 years.

06/13 09:26 PM
A robbery occurred at the intersection of B St and Montgomery St. The victim was walking on the sidewalk when the suspects, 8 African American juveniles, surrounded him. The suspect assaulted the victim and attempted to take his property. The suspects were unsuccessful in robbing the victim and fled.

06/14 07:30 PM
A shooting occurred in front of an address on the 2500 block of West Tennyson Rd. The two victims were sitting in their own vehicle when the suspect(s) drove by and someone in the suspect vehicle fired one shot through the victims vehicle’s driver side window. Neither victim was stuck during the incident. The suspect vehicle was described as 2000s black BMW 4 door with tinted windows.

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California Highway Patrol accepting cadet applications

Press release from California Highway Patrol:

For the first time in 2014, the California Highway Patrol will be accepting online applications for the position of Cadet. Do you have what it takes? Courage, dedication, and integrity are just some of the characteristics you must possess. It isn’t an easy job, but it is definitely one to be proud of as we serve the many communities in this great state of California.

Applications will be accepted beginning Monday, July 7, 2014, at 8:00 a.m. and ending on Thursday, July 10, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. You will be able to submit your information through the online application located at http://www.chp.ca.gov/recruiting/officer.html.

In order to help you with this life changing decision, Golden Gate Division recruitment officers will be hosting seminars throughout the Bay Area. We have found that applicants who are well-informed about the duties and demands of a CHP Officer, as well as the rigorous hiring process, are the most successful.
Recruitment Seminars

Our Recruitment Seminars provide an overview of the duties, functions, and responsibilities of a CHP Officer. The information will also assist in the preparation for the selection and hiring process. The attire for these seminars is Business Casual. Attendees should RSVP to our Recruitment Team at 30Recruitment@chp.ca.gov or at 707-648-4195.

San Jose
Friday, June 20, 2014 6:00 PM
202 Junction Avenue, San Jose CA

Hayward
Thursday, June 26, 2015 6:00 PM
2434 Whipple Road, Hayward CA

Applicant Preparation Program
The Applicant Preparation Program focuses on physical fitness preparation. Workout attire is recommended for this event, and attendees should bring necessary hydration and food.

East Bay – Thursday, June 19, 2014 – 5:30 PM
Redwood High School
18400 Clifton Way, Castro Valley CA

North Bay – Tuesday, July 1, 2014 – 6:00 PM
435 Southwest Boulevard, Rohnert Park CA

South Bay – Monday, July 7, 2014 – 6:00 PM
Leland High School
6677 Camden Avenue, San Jose CA

Contact Information:
Daniel Hill
Golden Gate Division
707-648-4180
danhill@chp.ca.gov

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Hayward police blotter June 2-8

06/02 10:49 AM
A stabbing occurred at a business at 27400 Mission Blvd. The suspect and victim got into a physical altercation inside the business and the suspect stabbed the victim in the back. The victim was transported to a local hospital and was treated for non-life threatening injuries. Officers located and arrested the suspect near the scene.

06/02 11:02 AM
Hayward Police Department received a call from a resident who interrupted a burglary to their home on the 25000 block of Carlos Bee Blvd. The suspect fled from the homeowner as he called 911. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.

06/02 04:48 PM
An injury traffic collision occurred at Industrial Pkwy West and Hall Road. A DUI driver struck a parked vehicle and had to be removed from the vehicle. The driver was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of his injuries. He was issued a citation at the hospital while being held for treatment.

06/02 10:50 PM
A robbery occurred on the 25000 block of Hayward Blvd. The suspect pushed the victim to the ground and took property from the victim while they were on the ground. The suspect fled west on Hayward Blvd. The suspect was described as an African-American male with a dark shirt and blue jeans.

06/03 02:49 AM
An armed robbery occurred on the 2500 block of Arf Ave. Three suspects approached the victims who were sitting in a parked car. The suspects threatened to shoot the victims if they did not surrender their property. The suspects took the victims’ property and fled in a white two-door car with a gray passenger door. The suspects were described as Hispanic Males between 18 and 20 wearing dark clothing.

06/03 12:48 PM
A robbery occurred at the intersection of Tyrrell and Shepherd. The suspects blocked the victim’s vehicle with their vehicle and then assaulted the victim and took his property. There were three suspects; the first was described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s, 5’11”, 200 lbs with a long dark ponytail and mustache wearing a black beanie and black long sleeve crew neck, the second was a Hispanic male in his 20’s 5’08”, 180 lbs, with black hair and wearing a white tee shirt and gray sweats and the third was a Hispanic male was in his 20’s wearing reading glasses. The suspects were driving in a black 90’s Honda Civic with an unknown plate.

06/03 06:02 PM
A strong arm robbery occurred on West Tennyson Road near the South Hayward BART station. The suspects grabbed the victim’s cell phone and fled into the BART parking lot. The suspects were described as an African-American male, 18 year old, 5’07”, thin build with short black curly hair last seen wearing a white shirt blue jeans and carrying a brown poodle and an African-American male 19 years old , 5’07”, with a thin build and medium black hair last seen wearing a black shirt and black jeans.

06/05 02:36 PM
A bank robbery occurred at the US Bank located at 22268 Foothill Blvd. The suspect passed the teller a note demanding money. The teller gave the suspect cash and suspect left the bank out the east doors. The suspect was described as White or Hispanic Female in her late 20’s, 5’06” to 5’07”, with thin brown hair wearing a grey sweatshirt with orange sleeves and sunglasses.

06/08 00:29 AM
Police responded to a report of subjects shooting firearms in the area of Eden Shores. Arriving officers were able to determine which residence the shooters were firing from and arrested the suspects and seized firearms.

06/08 09:40 PM
A shooting occurred in the 1600 block of B St. Officers received a call to a local Hospital for a victim of gunshot wound. The victim claimed to have been shot near the intersection of B St and 4th St by a group of unknown Hispanic males. The victim received a minor nonlife threatening injury. Patrol divisions officers will be investigating.

06/08 11:59 PM
A stabbing occurred in the 27000 block of Manon Ave. Two neighbors were having a dispute when one pulled out a knife and stabbed the other in the shoulder. Other neighbors came out and detained the suspect with the knife until police arrived. Officers arrested the suspect.