May 7, 2013 > Union City Police Log
Union City Police Log
Submitted By Union City PD
At 4:14 p.m., witnesses reported seeing a male attempting to kick in the front door of an address on 8th Street. Ofc. Wong arrived and located the suspect on 6th Street. The suspect admitted making entry into the residence after jumping a rear fence. It turned out that the suspect knew the victims. The residents were not at home at the time of the incident. Officers contacted the residents by phone and confirmed the suspect did not have permission to enter the residence. The suspect was arrested and transported to a local jail.
Witnesses reported a female running naked through Shorty Garcia Park, in the middle of a soccer tournament. Arriving officers located the naked female on the soccer fields. The subject told officers that she had taken "love potion #9", when she was questioned about possible drug use. The subject was transported from the area to receive some needed medical attention.
At 9:58 p.m., officers were dispatched to a local hospital to investigate a 57 year old male with a gunshot wound. The male came into the hospital with a gunshot wound to his arm. The potential victim was not cooperative with arriving officers and he changed his story a few times. Additional follow up is being conducted by the Investigations Unit.
At 3:09 a.m., Officer Leon stopped a speeding vehicle on Whipple Road. The driver initially pulled over and got out of his vehicle. The driver got back into his vehicle and fled the traffic stop as another officer pulled up behind Officer Leon. The occupants ultimately parked and fled from their vehicle near 956 H Street. Officers set a perimeter and Fremont Police Department sent officers to help search for the suspects. Anjelica Fernandez of Union City was arrested after she was found hiding in a backyard during the search. The driver was not located, but he was identified as Darrell Cost of Hayward. An arrest warrant is being sought for his arrest.
Corporal Camacho saw three subjects walking on Mann Avenue near Starling Drive at 4:25 p.m. One of the subjects reached for his waistband and turned away. Cpl. Camacho ordered the subjects to stop and he saw the grip of a handgun partially exposed in the subject's waistline. The gun turned out to be a metal "Air Soft" pistol replica. The juvenile was issued a citation and taken home to his parents.