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Hayward police blotter Feb. 19-25

THUR, 2/19/15 at 10:38 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 30 block of W. Tennyson Road. The victim was walking through the parking lot when suspect #1 exited a parked vehicle and brandished a handgun at the victim, demanding his backpack. The victim refused and Suspect #1 “pistol whipped” the victim in the head. Suspect #1 took the backpack and fled in a vehicle occupied by suspect #2. Suspect #1 is described as a Hispanic male adult, 19 years, 5’8”, thin build, mustache and acne on face. He was wearing all dark clothing and had a silver semi-auto handgun in his right hand. Suspect #2 is described as a Filipino male adult, 19 years, heavy set, wearing a burgundy “Stanford” college sweatshirt.

FRI, 2/20/15 at 1:42 AM, an IN-CUSTODY ARREST FOR POSSESSION OF A STOLEN VEHICLE occurred at Middle Lane and Clawiter Road. After receiving a suspicious person call from neighbors in the area, an officer noticed the possible suspect sleeping inside a vehicle. The officer conducted a DMV check on the vehicle and found it to be stolen out of Hayward. The suspect was detained without incident and arrested for the vehicle theft.

FRI, 2/20/15 at 7:17 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY WITH HANDGUN occurred on the 1100 block of W. Tennyson Road. A Hispanic male adult brandished a handgun at the store clerk and robbed the business of cash. The suspect fled on foot towards Pompano Avenue. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male adult, early 20’s, 5’2 to 5’3, 130-140lbs., black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue baggy jeans. The suspect had a black semi-automatic handgun.

FRI, 2/20/15 at 3:08 PM, an ATTEMPT KIDNAPPING occurred on the 26000 block of Joshua Court. A 14-year-old female Tennyson High School student reported that a Hispanic male adult in a white 4-door vehicle tried to grab her and pull her into his car. She was able to escape and run to a nearby neighbor’s home. Hayward PD’s Criminal Investigations Bureau was notified and is investigating the case.

FRI, 2/20/15 at 5:00 PM, an ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON occurred at the intersection of Meek Avenue and Myrtle Street. The victim (who is a gang associate) was walking on Meek Ave when two Hispanic males exited their silver Ford Mustang and punched him in the face. The victim defended himself and overtook suspect #1. Suspect #2 armed (himself) with a tire iron and hit the victim once in the arm. Both suspects then fled the scene in the silver Mustang. All of the parties were later detained and the suspects were arrested. Both suspects are also known gang members.

FRI, 2/20/15 at 6:50 PM, A STRONG ARMED ROBBERY occurred near 50 W. Tennyson Road. The victim was walking toward the South Hayward BART station when the suspects approached him and threw him against a concrete wall. The suspects forcibly took the victim’s backpack which contained his ID and cash. Victim’s cell phone not taken and he was able to call Hayward PD relatively quickly. A nearby officer located suspect #1 on the BART platform and subsequently arrested him. Suspect #2,is described as a Black male adult, 25-30 years old, 6’2, 250 lbs, goatee, last seen wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans. He boarded a BART train and was able to elude capture. The victim’s property was located on the ground (near) where suspect #1 was contacted.

FRI, 2/20/15 at 11:19 PM, an IN-CUSTODY ARREST FOR POSSESSION OF A FIREARM AND OBSTRUCTION TO AN INVESTIGATION occurred on the 2500 block of W. Winton Avenue. During a suspicious vehicle investigation, the officer stopped three members of a motorcycle gang. One subject fled and was detained by a nearby sergeant. The second subject was carrying a concealed handgun in his waistband. Both of these subjects were arrested and taken to jail. The third subject was cooperative and released.

SAT, 2/21/15 at 6:00 PM, a DUI CHECKPOINT was conducted by Hayward PD’s Traffic Bureau at Foothill Boulevard and City Center Drive. 15 Officers, 2 Supervisors and 1 Community Service Officer; and 6 CHP-Hayward Officers were in attendance. 897 Vehicles passed through the checkpoint resulting in 10 Field Sobriety Tests, 2 DUI arrests, 23 citations for unlicensed/suspended drivers, and 18 vehicles impounded.

SUN, 2/22/15 at 9:19 AM, SUSPICIOUS DEATH occurred on the 25000 block of Regal Avenue. A 40-year-old male was arguing with his wife the night before and had gone out for a walk. The man came back with an injury on his head (unknown cause). He went to sleep on the floor, and his wife found him deceased the following morning.

SUN, 2/22 at 4:13 PM, FIREARM RECOVERY/GANG ACTIVITY occurred on the 600 block of Memorial Way. A female called Hayward PD reporting that a male was at her door threatening to shoot her husband. Officers arrive quickly and detained the suspect. The suspect is a known gang member and was in possession of two unloaded firearms and ammunition. The suspect was arrested without incident.

MON, 2/23/15 at 10:53 PM, an IN CUSTODY ARREST FOR VEHICLE THEFT occurred on Sparrow Road and Osage Avenue. The victim saw his vehicle being driven by the suspect, called Hayward PD, and followed him. The suspect parked the vehicle at the corner of Sparrow Road and Swift Court and fled on foot while the victim gave chase. Officers arrived and located the suspect hiding on a porch on Lilac Ave. The suspect was taken into custody without incident and possibly linked to (another) vehicle theft and a burglary on Sparrow Road.

MON, 2/23/15 at 10:56 PM, ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE OF FIREARM occurred on the 28000 block of Sparrow Avenue. The victim, who was intoxicated, heard commotion outside of his home and went to investigate it. He noticed the victim (from the above stolen vehicle case) yelling at the suspect on the corner of Sparrow and Lilac Avenue. The victim decided that he was going to protect his home by grabbing his handgun and walking outside. The victim racked a round into the chamber and accidentally shot himself in his right hamstring. His wife secured the gun prior to police arrival and it was later retrieved for evidence. The victim was transported to the hospital with a non-life threatening injury.

TUE, 2/24/15 at 2:05 AM, AN IN-CUSTODY ARREST FOR BURGLARY occurred on the 900 block of Palisade. The reporting person called HPD and stated that an unknown male was attempting to break into the YMCA (on the Palisade side of the school.) A perimeter was quickly set up and the attempt burglary was confirmed. As officers start to walk into school, the suspect fled on foot and jumped over fences towards Mission Blvd. Officers gave chase but lost the suspect in a tall grassy hillside. A K-9 search was requested and during the search the suspect self-surrendered without incident.

TUE, 2/24/15 at 8:04 AM, an AUTO VERSUS PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT occurred on B Street and Watkins Street. A City of Hayward employee was crossing on Watkins Street (in the crosswalk) when she was struck by a vehicle. The employee suffered a hip injury and was transported to the hospital. The driver of the vehicle stopped and called 9-1-1.

TUE, 2/24/15 at 4:42 PM, a PROBATION/PAROLE SEARCH was conducted on the 27000 block of Sleepy Hollow Avenue. Hayward PD officers conducted a follow-up investigation to a burglary that occurred the previous day. No one was home when entry was made; and no property from the burglary was located. However, the officers did find evidence that the Probation/ Parolee suspect is involved in identity theft.

WED, 2/25/15 at 10:00 AM, a SMASH Operation occurred on the 900 block of Douglas Street. Officers from various divisions conducted the operation and located the suspect who was attempting to flee. The officers attempted to stop the suspect away from his residence but he evaded them and drove to his home where he was detained in his driveway. A probation search was conducted and a stolen semi-auto handgun was located. The suspect was arrested for reckless driving, driving on a suspended license, and possession of stolen property.

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Hayward job fair March 7

HAYWARD — The city is hosting a job fair Saturday, March 7.

Last year’s job fair drew hundreds. This year, Hayward will partner with the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District and some local businesses.

The fair will include resume reviews and information about recruitment and applications. Representatives from the city, park district and businesses will be on hand for discussions and questions.

Recruiters will be accepting applications for clerical, semi-skilled and skilled trades, professional, technical and managerial positions.

Police and firefighters will explain how to pursue a career in public safety, and speakers will give job-seeking advice.

More than 300 resumes were reviewed at last year’s fair. City human resources department workers gave advice on language, formatting and listing of experience.

The fair is geared toward Hayward residents but open to everyone. It will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 7 at Hayward City Hall, 777 B St. Those attending can enter a raffle for prizes.

 

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Hayward area park district is hiring

HAYWARD  — The park district is hiring for both full-time and summer jobs.

The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District has part-time openings in its sports, aquatics, facility rentals, day camps, tennis, after-school programs, nature, ranger and theater programs.

Pay ranges from $9.49 to $20.82 an hour.

For more information and to get an application, go to www.haywardrec.org/451/Part-Time-Employment-Opportunities or call 510-881-6700.

 

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Hayward police blotter Feb. 13-18

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.

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Chabot College to remember Reed Buffington, its first president

HAYWARD — Chabot College will honor Reed Buffington, who led what would become Chabot-Las Positas Community College District for 20 years, on April 12.

In 1961, Buffington was named superintendent of the South County Community College District  and founding president of Chabot College, a position he held for 20 years until his retirement in 1981. He died June 9 at age 94.

A celebration of Buffington’s legacy will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 12, at the performing arts center named in his honor, 25555 Hesperian Blvd.

Before then, the college is recording recollections of people who want to share memories of Buffington. Those include people who worked with Buffington, knew him or were his neighbors when the family lived on Oakes Drive. If interested, please contact Maria Ochoa at mochoa@chabotcollege.edu to schedule a taping in the college’s television studios.

 

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Hayward police blotter Feb. 6-11

FRI 2/6/15, at 1:40 PM, a ROBBERY occurred on the 24100 block of Mission Bl, in a public park. Three Black male adults walked up to the victim, who was sitting in his car in the park. The suspects ordered the victim to give them his property, as one of the suspects held a knife up to the victim’s neck. The suspects pulled the victim out of his car and the suspect with the knife stabbed the victim near the chin as they fought over the victim’s property. The suspects took the victim’s cell phone and then ran away. The suspect with the knife only got as far as a nearby fast food restaurant before he became ill and went inside seeking medical aid. An ambulance was summoned and police dispatchers noted this suspect may have been involved in the robbery, based on the victim’s descriptions of the suspects and he was still in the area, contemporaneous to the crime. The suspect was arrested. The victim suffered minor injury.

FRI 2/6/15, at 3:00 PM, a STOLEN CAR was recovered near Bishop/Eldridge. The victim who recently had his car stolen, reported seeing it in the area of Schafer Park. Officers attempted to detain the suspect, who sped off and then quickly crashed into some bushes. The suspect ran away, but was caught and taken into custody.

SAT 2/7/15, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Hayward PD officers in conjunction with a local Starbucks, invited the public to join them for a cup of coffee, some conversation, and an opportunity to build more community partnerships. The event was well attended and greatly enjoyed by all!

SAT 2/7/15, from 10:30 AM to 9:00 PM, the Bistro Restaurant held its annual Beer Festival. About 1500 people attended it over the course of the day and greatly enjoyed the festivities! Officers from the Community Policing and Traffic Units were on hand to ensure everyone enjoyed the day safely.

SAT 2/7/15, at 8:00 PM, a ROBBERY occurred on the 32000 block of Mission Bl. The victim was waiting for a ride in a parking lot, when he was approached by the three suspects. The suspects demanded the victim’s property, as one of them pointed a knife at the victim. One of the suspects threw the victim down on the ground, as another one took the victim’s property out of his pockets. Then all three suspects ran away. They were described only as Black male adults, about 20-40 years old, wearing dark clothing.

MON 2/9/15, at 11:50 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred near Harder/Bishop. The victim was walking his dog when the two suspects walked up and asked him for a dollar. The victim said he didn’t have any money, so one of the suspects pulled out a gun and ordered the victim to take off his jacket. The suspect checked the victim’s jacket pockets and after finding out the victim indeed did not have anything in them, the suspect struck the victim on the head with the gun. The victim fell to the ground. The suspects punched and kicked him, then ran off with his jacket. The suspects were described as Black male adults, about 30 years old, 6’-6’2”, medium builds, and short black hair. One of them was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and gray sweatpants. The other suspect was wearing a Raiders jersey and black pants. The victim suffered minor injuries.

Wed 2/11/15, at 6:45 AM, a ROBBERY occurred on the 20800 block of Hesperian. A female reporter and a male cameraman were filming a news piece about the Powerball Jackpot at a donut shop. As the cameraman was packing up his gear, the two suspects came up from behind him and shoved him. They forcibly took his camera and ran off. The victims were able to track the camera’s location and determined it was somewhere in San Francisco.

Wed 2/11/15, at 6:55 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 1100 block of W. Tennyson. The Hispanic male adult suspect entered a gas station, pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money. After getting it, he ran off westbound on W. Tennyson. The suspect was described as about 18-20 years old, with a medium build, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt partially pulled over his face and dark pants.

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Hayward animal shelter to hold Valentine’s Day adoption special, photo opp

From Hayward police:

FIRST – ALL FUR LOVE
Come find true love this Valentine’s Day at the Hayward Animal Shelter during our annual “All Fur Love” special adoption event. Saturday, February 14th from 11:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. All adoption fees are reduced to $20. Dog licensing fee applies if you reside in Hayward. We have many wonderful dogs, cats and rabbits eagerly waiting for new homes. Make their day, and yours, this Valentine’s Day. Adopt!

THEN – PHOTO OPPORTUNITY
Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with the furry love of your life. Bring your furry animal friend to the Hayward Animal Shelter to have your photo taken together in our special Valentine’s Day Kissing Booth. Saturday, February 14th from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. $5 suggested donation. Funds raised will help to provide medical care to our homeless shelter animals. For more information, please contact our shelter at 510-293-7200.

View some of our available animals on the Hayward Animal Shelter Volunteers facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/haywardanimalshelter or www.Petfinder.com.

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India consul general Ashok to speak in Hayward

From the Hayward Chamber of Commerce:

HAYWARD — Ambassador Venkatesan Ashok, newly appointed consul general of India, will speak on opportunities for international trade and business, new initiatives and new leadership in his country at a March 6 luncheon.

The event, hosted by the Hayward Chamber of Commerce, will be 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Golden Peacock Banquet Hall and Conference Center, 24989 Santa Clara St., Hayward. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the chamber website www.hayward.org.

“Hayward is a perfect place for the consul general to discuss the bright future for trade between our countries,” said Kim Huggett, president and CEO of the Hayward Chamber of Commerce. “Here at the center of the Bay Area, a growing number of Hayward companies are keeping our chamber busy issuing certificates of origin for their exports.”

The ambassador’s topic is “India-US: Make in India.” Make in India is a major new national program designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure.

Last year the chamber and the city of Hayward hosted an international trade conference with the U.S. Commercial Service, which will be among the co-hosts of the March 6 event. Other hosts will include the city of Hayward, California State University East Bay, and East Bay companies with international connections that include India.

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Hayward park district to interview 7 to fill board vacancy

HAYWARD — Park district directors will interview seven candidates to fill a board vacancy on Monday, Feb. 9.

The vacancy was created when Hayward Area Recreation and Park District board member Dennis Waespi was elected to the East Bay Regional Park District board.

The seven candidates are: Aileen Chong-Jeung of Castro Valley, Ryan “Rocky” Fernandez of Hayward, Rick Hatcher of Hayward, David Kleczek of Castro Valley, Adam Korbas of Castro Valley, Guillermo Nevarez of San Lorenzo and Randy Vanderbilt of Castro Valley.

After the interviews, directors will choose one of the seven candidates to fill the board seat.

The meeting is open to the public and begins at 6 p.m. at the district office, 1099 E St.

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Hayward police blotter Jan. 29-Feb. 4

THUR, 1/29/15 at 12:40 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred on Tennyson Road and Calaroga Avenue. Two Hispanic males (one with a handgun,) robbed a pedestrian of his backpack and checkbook. Both suspects fled in an unknown type 4 door sedan headed southbound on Interstate 880 from Tennyson Road.

THUR, 1/29/15 at 4:04 PM, a MARIJUANA GROW in a building was discovered on the 2200 block of Claremont Court. PG&E reported the suspicious activity due to excessive energy draw. The property manager responded with a locksmith to gain entry due to possible fire danger inspection. Over 1,000 marijuana plants found and the Hayward PD Narcotics Bureau was called out to take over the investigation.

THUR, 1/29/15 at 9:53 PM, AN ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON (Shooting) occurred on the 22000 block of Foothill Blvd. The victim and witness were sitting in the victim’s car, when they got into an argument with the suspect in a parking lot. The suspect walked away, but came back moments later. The suspect approached them from behind and fired a single shot into the vehicle, striking the victim in the back. The suspect fled on foot towards Hazel Avenue and was not located. The victim was transported to Eden Hospital and was reported to be in stable condition.

THUR, 1/29/15 at 11:32 PM, a COMMERCIAL BURGLARY occurred on the 800 block of Southland Mall Drive. Two suspects hid inside a store until after closing. The suspects gathered a large amount of clothes and cologne and staged the merchandise near the exit doors. When officers arrived, both suspects tried to run away through the parking lot, but were captured. The merchandise was recovered and returned to the store.

FRI, 1/30/15 at 1:11 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 31000 block of Wheeler Avenue. The victim was walking to his vehicle when a 4-door black sedan pulled up next to him. The suspect exited the sedan wearing a ski mask and brandished a handgun at the victim. The suspect took the victim’s cell phone and wallet, then left northbound on Brae Burn Avenue, in the sedan.

FRI, 1/30/15 at 2:00 PM, The Alameda County VICE Enforcement Team (ACVET) had its first joint operation of 2015. The event was hosted by Union City and Hayward Police Departments. The operation was attended by six participating agencies. Several ABC inspections in both cities occurred, resulting in cites being issued for 12 violations (6 in Union City, 6 in Hayward). Afterward checks at problem hotel/motels checks were done, which resulted in one probation search and one felony arrest.

FRI, 1/30/15 at 9:45 PM, an ATTEMPTED ROBBERY occurred on the 100 block of West Jackson Street. The suspect told the victim to give him all his money, but the victim refused. The suspect punched the victim 4-6 times and fled southbound on Cypress Avenue. The suspect was described as an unknown race male wearing a black hooded sweatshirt zipped up to look like a skeleton mask, riding a silver bicycle.

SAT, 1/31/15 at 4:48 AM, a VEHICLE COLLIDED into a house on the 24000 block of Grand Avenue. The suspect driver was first involved in a property hit-and-run on A St before crashing into the home on the Grand Avenue. The home sustained minor structural damage and the driver was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) and hit-and-run. Nobody was injured.

MON, 2/2/15 at 1:18 AM, a HOME INVASION/ROBBERY occurred on the 26000 block of Chisholm Court. The victim was at his apartment, visiting with a friend. When the friend stepped out of the apartment for a short time, the suspect entered the apartment and pointed a handgun at the victim. The suspect threatened the victim, then grabbed the victim’s laptop and wallet. The suspect left in an unknown direction. The suspect was described as a Hispanic or Black male, 5’10”-6’00” tall. He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black bandana which covered his face, and dark pants.

TUE, 2/3/15 at 12:21 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred on the 600 block of Sycamore Avenue. Two male victims were approached by Suspect #1 (a Black male adult) and were asked for a cigarette. Suspect #1 then pulled out a handgun and demanded money from both victims. Suspect #2 (a Black male adult) pulled up in a dark green sedan (Possibly a Honda) and got out to assist Suspect #1. The victims gave the suspects their wallets. Suspect #1 pistol whipped one of the victims prior to leaving. Both suspects got into their vehicle and drove off on Sycamore Ave.

WED, 2/4/15 at 12:49 PM, a RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY occurred on the 27000 block of Capri Avenue. A neighbor reported that two Black males knocked on the door and then jumped the fence to the backyard. The neighbor knew the people who lived there just left about 20 minutes earlier and called the police. Officers searched for the suspects, but discovered the informant neighbor drove his/her vehicle into the driveway of the victim’s residence and honked the horn to scare the suspects away. The suspects were last seen driving away on Portsmouth Ave in a silver colored car.