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July 23, 2013 > Union City Police Log

Union City Police Log

Submitted By Union City PD

Thursday, July 11
Officers investigated a residential burglary on 4th Street. The incident occurred between 11:15 a.m. and 11:40 a.m., while the residents were away from home. The suspect used a pry tool to force open a rear door on the residence. Electronics and DVDs were taken during the burglary.

Friday, July 12
At 1:29 a.m., Officer Willson noticed a suspicious vehicle parked near the Air Gas facility in Hayward. Three subjects noticed the approaching police vehicle and quickly drove away from the closed business. Officer Willson followed the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop on the northbound I-800 freeway. The occupants were on probation and a probation search of the vehicle was conducted during the traffic stop. An expandable baton and three metal canisters of compressed gas were located inside the vehicle. A representative from the Air Gas business responded to examine the recovered canisters. The canisters were identified as having been stolen from the Air Gas business just prior to the traffic stop. A Hayward Police Department Officer responded to the business on Whipple Road to document the just occurred burglary. Andrew McDonald, Jacob Whittaker and Stacy Curtis were arrested for being in possession of the stolen property. The burglary suspects were booked at a local jail on felony charges.

Sunday, July 14
At 11:22 p.m. Officer DeJong noticed some illegal fireworks being used in Contempo Park. Officer DeJong contacted an adult male in the park while investigating the illegal fireworks. The male was found in possession of marijuana and currency indicative of drug sales. Officers conducted a follow-up search at the suspect's residence on Polaris Avenue. An additional two ounces of marijuana was located at the suspect's residence.

Tuesday, July 16
Officers investigated a residential burglary on Starling Drive. The incident occurred between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., while the residents were away from the home. The suspect was able to enter the residence through a window. A laptop computer was one of the items stolen during the burglary.

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