THUR, 12/25/14 at 9:00 AM, EX-FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM AND POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS WITH THE INTENT TO SELL: Officers responded to the 2300 block of Cabrillo Court for a report of a possible sex crime against a child occurring in a residence. Upon contacting the male subject, no children are found in the home but the subject was determined to be on a felon on searchable probation. Officers searched the subject’s room and found a loaded firearm and narcotics and other evidence indicating the male possessed it with the intent to sell it. The Subject was arrested.
FRI, 12/26/14 at 2:19 AM, a SHOOTING INTO AN INHABITED DWELLING AND VEHICLE occurred on the 27000 block of Ponderosa Circle. An informant heard 4 to 5 shots in the area and called police. Officers checked the area and found a house that was hit once and also a car that was parked in front of it. Shell casings were found in the vicinity. Nobody was injured.
FRI, 12/26/14 at 7:32 AM, a DECEASED PERSON/ CORONERS CASE was discovered. Officers were sent to the 27000 block of Dunbar Place to check on the welfare of a 62 year old male resident, when relatives could not reach him. Responding officers discovered the male deceased in his bedroom. The male was last contacted by the Hayward Fire Department on December 1st, when he was transported to a Hospital for a possible stroke. The Alameda County Coroner’s Bureau responded and took custody of him.
SAT, 12/27/14 at 12:04 AM, an ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON occurred on the 300 block of Smalley Avenue where the victim was either hit with a bat or broken bottle. Officers arrive on scene, and located the victim in a rear bedroom with lacerations to his forehead and face, and a broken left arm. The victim said that he was beaten by three suspects. The victim was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was admitted for treatment of his injuries.
SAT, 12/27/14 at 11:30 AM, an OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSIST was needed for a vehicle pursuit that terminated at Jackson Street and Harder Road. The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and California Highway Patrol (CHP) pursued a vehicle with two occupants, wanted for burglary, across the San Mateo Bridge. The suspects dumped the vehicle in the parking lot of Nation’s Hamburger and fled on foot. CHP captured one suspect in the parking lot, while the second suspect fled into the Timbers Apartments. Officers searched the area, but the second suspect was not located.
SAT, 12/27/14 at 10:47 PM, a HOME INVASION ROBBERY occurred on the 1600 block of Sumatra Street. The male victim reported three black males put a gun to his head and made their way into the residence. They tied him up and put a bag over his head. The victim was able to escape and call 9-1-1 from a neighbor’s residence. Officers checked the residence to make sure the suspects were no longer there and noted the house had in-fact been ransacked. While the officers continued their search, the victim called his cousin, the home owner. The home owner said the police needed to leave his house immediately, so they did. The victim said they wanted no further police action and refused to provide any other information.
SUN, 12/28/14 at 7:26 AM, a SHOOTING IN AN INHABITED DWELLING AND VEHICLE occurred on the 900 block of West Tennyson Road. Residents heard multiple gunshots on Forselles Way. Officers located two parked vehicles and two apartments that sustained damage and casings were located nearby. Nobody was injured.
SUN, 12/28/14 at 3:34 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred at Meekland Avenue and A Street. The victim was confronted by two suspects on foot. Suspect #1 brandished a handgun and demanded the victim’s wallet. The victim handed the wallet to suspect #2 and both suspects fled on foot. Police were called and they located suspect #1 nearby. The victim identified the man as suspect #1. Suspect #2 was not found.
TUE, 12/30/14 at 14:21 PM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred at Hesperian Boulevard and Depot Road. The victim was walking on Hesperian Boulevard near Depot Road when the suspect approached her and showed her a gun in his waistband. The suspect said, “I’m not going to hurt you, I need your purse ‘cuz’ my kids are sick.” The victim handed her purse over out of fear and the suspect ran away towards Adrian Place. The suspect was described as a heavyset Black male adult, 18-20 years old, 6’0”, with a short black afro. He was last seen wearing a green jacket with a hood, blue jeans, and armed with a black handgun.
TUE, 12/30/14 at 5:07 PM, a DEATH INVESTIGATION occurred on the 24000 block of Park Street. A 63-year-old female was found deceased in her home. Her roommate heard the woman making breakfast the day before. Officers arrived on scene and found no signs of foul play. Based on the woman’s medical history, the Alameda County Coroner’s Bureau released her to her family members.