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May 6, 2014 > Hayward Police Log

Hayward Police Log

Submitted By Sgt. Eric Melendez, Hayward PD

Monday, April 21
An armed robbery occurred in the Food Source Parking lot at 26905 Mission Blvd. at 3:29 a.m. The victims were confronted by two suspects who drove up to them in an older Blue or Grey compact sedan. The suspects got out of their vehicle and demanded the victimÕs property at gunpoint. The victims surrendered their property and both suspects got back into their vehicle and fled the scene northbound on Mission Blvd. Suspects were described as a Hispanic Male, 16-19 years old, 6'02", medium build wearing a black hoodie and a Hispanic, Male, 5'08" wearing a red hoodie.

An armed robbery occurred to the 7-11 at 24476 Mission Blvd. at 3:07 p.m. Two suspects entered the store and robbed the clerk and owner at gunpoint. As the suspects were leaving the store a citizen wrote down the license plate of their vehicle and called the police. As dispatch put out the suspect vehicle information to patrol units and officer saw the vehicle as it drove by him. The vehicle was stopped a short distance away on Clarendale Street and the passengers ran from the officer. The driver was detained by the officer stopping the vehicle and other responding patrol officers located the two other suspects. After a search of the surrounding area both suspects were located and arrested. The weapon used in the robbery was recovered as well as the cash taken from the store.

Wednesday, April 23
An armed robbery occurred to the Chevron Gas Station at 26990 Hesperian Blvd. at 6:50 a.m. A Hispanic male with a handgun entered the station and demanded money. The clerk gave the suspect money from the register. The suspect fled from the store northbound on Hesperian Blvd. The suspect is described as a Hispanic Male in his 30s wearing a white hoodie.

Thursday, April 24
An attempted robbery occurred in front of Tennyson High School on Whitman St. at 3:34 p.m. Two suspects confronted the victim as he was walking past the school. The suspects knocked the victim to the ground and went through his pockets. The suspects did not take anything from the victim. The suspects left the school and were stopped by patrol officers a short distance away. Both were positively identified and arrested.

Friday, April 25
An assault with a deadly weapon occurred on A Street and Hathaway St. at 11:15 a.m. The victim was walking on A St when a vehicle occupied by three Hispanic males pulls up alongside him. The suspects ask the victim a question which the victim ignored. When the victim got to the corner the driver got out of the vehicle and hit the victim two times in the leg with a baseball bat. The car containing the suspects fled the scene traveling southbound on Santa Clara St.

Saturday, April 26
An officer on his way to a call was flagged down by a citizen regarding a theft at 9:40 a.m. The citizen gave the officer a description of the suspect and his vehicle. The officer located the suspect at Hwy 880 and Winton Ave. The officer recovered appliances taken from the Airport appliance store and arrested the suspect for theft.

An assault occurred on Celia Ave between two subjects at 4:08 p.m. Officer responded to a disturbance and found one subject with a head injury. Officer determined that the two subjects had engaged in mutual combat and threw rocks at each other causing injuries. Both suspects were arrested for assault.

The Hayward Police Department was called to the downtown cinema on B St regarding a group causing a disturbance at 8:45 p.m. As officers responded they were advised by Dispatch there had been several calls of a subject shooting a handgun up in the air. Responding Officers did not find any victims or evidence of a shooting at the scene. With the assistance of BART PD the group was dispersed without incident. Several hours later Officers responded to a disturbance involving a large group at a nearby hotel. When officers arrive they contacted a subject who matches the description provided by witnesses to the shooting incident. Witnesses respond to the scene and positively identify the subject as the shooter from the cinema incident. The suspect is arrested for reckless discharge of a firearm.

Sunday, April 27
An armed robbery occurred in the area of Dixon St and Tennyson Rd. at 5:10 p.m. The suspects approached the victim and demanded his property at gunpoint. The suspects left the scene in a silver / light brown sedan. Both suspects were Hispanic males.

A carjacking and assault occurred on the 1300 block of Martin Luther King Dr. at 7:12 p.m. The suspect approached one victim and attempted to rob them of their car. The suspect fled over a fence when they were unsuccessful. A short time later the same suspect confronted a second victim in his garage and assaulted him. The suspect took the second victimÕs vehicle and fled prior to police arrival. The suspect is described as an African American male, 6Õ - 6Õ2Ó, 160 to 180 pounds and armed with a large silver revolver. On 07/28 the stolen vehicle was located abandoned by witnesses parked on Central Bl.

If you have information to report that could help lead to an arrest in this crime/crime activity, please contact police.

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