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November 18, 2011 > Newark Police Log

Newark Police Log

Submitted By Cmdr Bob Douglas, Newark PD

November 12
At 2:11 a.m., a NPD Officer attempted to stop a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed exiting S/B 880 onto Mowry Ave. The vehicle failed to yield and drove erratically to the EZ-8 parking lot where the driver, Newark Resident John Amos, exited and jumped over the parking lot wall into the nearby parking lot of Pape Machinery located at 38600 Cedar Boulevard. After establishing a perimeter, Officer Jackman and his K9 partner located the suspect on the freeway side of the Pape fence. Amos is on parole and was wearing a GPS monitor. He broke an ankle while running from the police and was transported to a local hospital and is pending surgery on his ankle.

November 14
All NPD units responded at 2:21 p.m. to assist with searching for two juveniles missing from Schilling School following an early dismissal at 1:05 p.m. Kudos to the NPD Explorers who also responded to assist with neighborhood searches. Simultaneously, the Newark Unified School District activated their telephone tree system at our request. The children were returned home by a parent who received the NUSD telephone notification andrealized the missing children were playing with her own children.

NPD units responded to Wells Fargo Bank (34988 Newark Boulevard) at 6:03 p.m. on a report of a subject trying to pass a fraudulent check. Officer Hogan arrested Henry Hinton, Antioch resident for burglary and forgery.

November 15
A burglary was reported in the 36600 block of Leone Street between 8:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Entry was made through the back rear door with what appeared to be a pry tool. The suspects were witnessed; two Hispanic male adults between 18-20 years, approximately 5'05" and light skinned. One had dark shoulder length curly hair and was wearing a black baseball hat and the other had a fade type haircut. The suspects left in a green 89-90s Honda Accord four-door.

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