THUR, 1/8/15 at 3:10 PM, POSSESSION OF LOADED FIREARMS with arrests occurred at Martin Luther King Jr Drive and Gibbons Street. A patrol officer pulled a vehicle over for nearly hitting his patrol car head-on, and other vehicle code violations. A rear passenger of the vehicle hid two loaded handguns under the driver’s seat and then fled on foot. A second rear passenger grabbed one of the handguns and threw it out of the window (into some bushes.) The officer was able to recover both handguns at the scene; however, the male suspect who fled the scene was not located.
THUR, 1/8/15 at 4:48 PM, a RESIDENTAL BURGLARY occurred on the 27000 block of Gading Road. A resident came home and found his door forced open and heard noises inside. The resident called the police fearing there may be a burglar still inside. Officer’s arrived on scene and found the home unoccupied and ransacked throughout. No suspect was found.
FRI, 1/9/15 at 9:54 AM, an ARMED ROBBERY occurred in the greenway adjacent to the 400 block of Berry Avenue. Two suspects approached the victim with a handgun. One of the suspects grabbed the victim’s hair and pulled her to the ground. The victim then felt a blunt object (presumably a gun) jabbed into the right side of her abdomen and was told to keep quiet or they’ll shoot her. The other suspect stole the victim’s ring from her finger; the earrings from her ears; and a cell phone from her pocket. The suspects then ran south towards Charles Avenue. The suspects were described as Black males, mid twenty’s, 5’6” to 5’10” in height. They were both wearing black hooded sweat shirts. Anyone with information regarding this robbery is encouraged to contact the Hayward Police Department Investigations Division at 510-293-7034.
SUN, 1/11/15 at 3:33 PM, an OUTSIDE ASSIST was requested by Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies in the area of Santa Clara Street /Ocie Way. ACSO requested assistances to apprehend a suspect who had just fled from them in a stolen vehicle. A perimeter was quickly established, and the suspect was taken into custody within 15 minutes and without further incident.
TUES, 1/13/15 at 1:06 PM, an ATTEMPTED ROBBERY occurred on the 300 block of West A Street. The victim was walking through the parking lot when two suspects approached him. One suspect simulated a handgun in his sweatshirt and the second suspect pushed the victim and demanded his property. The victim ran into the gas station prior to the suspects taking any of his property. Suspect #1 was a Hispanic male, 30 years old, 5’7”, 200 lbs., with a short black faded hairstyle, brown eyes, mustache and goatee. He was wearing a green t-shirt with a large white “A” on the front, and blue jeans. Suspect #2 is a Hispanic male, 40-45 years old, 6’1”, and 165 lbs. He was last seen wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt with horizontal gray/yellow/blue stripes along the front of the shirt, gray bandana covering his face, blue jeans, white shoes, and simulated a gun underneath his sweatshirt. Suspect #3 is a Black male adult, 40-45 years old, bald head and clean shaven. He wore a blue t-shirt and was driving the suspect vehicle. The suspect vehicle was a gray 2000 4-door Dodge Dakota truck with a bed cover. Anyone with information regarding this attempted robbery is encouraged to contact the Hayward Police Department Investigations Division at 510-293-7034.
TUES, 1/13/15 at 1:29 PM, an OUTSIDE ASSIST was requested by Livermore Police Department in the area of Jackson Street and Watkins Avenue. Livermore PD detectives were in an unmarked vehicle witnessing a vehicle being stolen in Oakland by two suspects. The detectives followed the suspects into Hayward and attempted to pull them over in a parking lot on Mission Boulevard. Just as Hayward PD officers arrive, both suspects fled on foot. The passenger suspect was captured by Hayward PD a few blocks away. Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies conducted a K-9 search for the driver and he was eventually found in a backyard of residence.
WED, 1/14/15 at 7:53 AM, a SHOOTING INTO A DWELLING occurred on the 30000 block of Carroll Avenue. A resident called the police to report that their home was shot at. No one in the home was injured and the neighboring school imposed a voluntary lockdown until the area was secured. No shell casings were located and the home is a known gang house.
WED, 1/14/15 at 5:07 PM, a juvenile is in custody for POSSESSION OF A STOLEN VEHICLE AND TWO COUNTS OF ROBBERY. The victim and suspect both attend the same school. Yesterday (1/13/15,) while on campus, the suspect brandished a knife at the victim and stole his cell phone. This incident went unreported. Today, the same suspect confronted the victim and saw he had a new phone. The suspect pushed the victim to the ground and stole his new phone. Later in the day, the victim saw the suspect sitting in a vehicle on Gading Road and confronted him about his stolen cell phones. In a separate incident and during the same time, the registered owner of the vehicle found his stolen vehicle (that the suspect was sitting in) and called Hayward PD. The suspect was arrested and one of the victim’s cell phones was recovered.