SCPD Police Blotter - Week of 12/2/18
SCPD Police Blotter for the week of December 2, 2018
Sunday, December 2, 2018
Location: 3700 Block of Thomas Road
An officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of Thomas Road to investigate a report of a subject trespassing.
Upon arrival, the officer contacted a male subject matching the reporting party’s description.
A Records check revealed the subject was on searchable probation. A search of his person yielded a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. He was arrested.
Case Number: 18-1203018
Monday, December 3, 2018
Location: 2500 Block of Seaboard Avenue
An officer observed a bicyclist fail to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Seaboard Avenue and Channing Avenue. The officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop on the male bicyclist.
A Records check revealed the subject had an outstanding warrant. He was arrested.
Case Number: 18-1203062
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Location: 3200 Block of Mission College Boulevard
An officer was dispatched to the 3200 block of Mission College Boulevard regarding a disturbance.
Upon arrival, the officer conducted an area check and located a subject matching the description provided by the reporting party on the 4900 block of Patrick Henry Drive. The subject did not have identification. A Records check revealed the subject had an active warrant. He was arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.
Case Number: 18-1203129
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Location: 1700 Block of Washington Street
A victim parked at a residence on the 1700 block of Washington Street. While unloading groceries, a male suspect approached the victim from behind with a handgun and demanded the keys to the vehicle.
The victim’s car and house keys were on separate key chains; the victim provided the suspect with the house keys. The suspect got into the car and tried unsuccessfully to use the house keys to start the vehicle. Frustrated, the suspect threw the keys at the victim before fleeing the scene in a nearby vehicle.
Case Number: 18-1205237
Location: 1800 Block of Hillebrant Place
A victim heard the doorbell to their residence on the 1800 block of Hillebrant Place ring. The victim was not expecting any visitors and looked out the window. A male suspect began aggressively rattling the door knob and broke the nearby glass. The victim exited the residence through the garage and went to a neighboring residence to call 9-1-1.
A responding officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed south on Scott Boulevard from Hillebrant Place occupied by three adult males. The vehicle matched the description of the vehicle involved in the previous attempted carjacking. The officer followed the vehicle as it drove onto Highway 101 from San Tomas Expressway. Due to the poor visibility and road conditions, the officer lost sight of the vehicle near Mathilda Avenue.
The suspect(s) are unknown.
Case Number: 18-1205239
NOTE: SCPD participated in Shop with a Cop Silicon Valley. 165 kids were treated to breakfast with a police officer (or, in this case Police Chief Sellers) and were given $150 to spend at Target, San Jose in anticipation of the holidays.
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Hit and Run
Location: Lafayette Street at Mathew Street
An unknown vehicle struck a city light pole and a wooden utility pole at a very high rate of speed. Live wires fell onto Lafayette Street.
Officers along with the Santa Clara Fire Department arrived on scene and immediately contained the area. Silicon Valley Power was summoned to correct the situation. The suspect remains at large.
Case Number: 18-1206006
Location: 600 Block of Los Padres Boulevard
At approximately 1315 hours, the victim arrived home and discovered a gate propped open. As the victim approached the residence, a screen to the bathroom window was on the ground. Inside the house, the sliding glass door was ajar and the blinds were damaged. The victim then heard someone jump over the fence into the neighbor’s yard. Outside, a pillow case contained $400 in cash, photos and a cell phone case were found. At that point, the victim contacted Public Safety Dispatchers.
The suspect(s) are unknown and fled prior to police arrival.
Case Number: 18-1206108
NOTE: The 24th annual Christmas for Kids took place yesterday at Lexus Santa Clara. 150 Santa Clara Unified School District students shared a delicious meal together and received warm coats and holiday gifts. This event was sponsored by the Santa Clara Rotary Club, Santa Clara Police and Fire Departments and the Interact Clubs from Wilcox, Santa Clara and Mission Early College High Schools.
Friday, December 7, 2018
Location: Park Avenue and Camino Drive
An officer observed a vehicle traveling on Poplar Street at Lafayette Way without its’ headlights on. The officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop in the area of Park Avenue and Camino Drive.
Upon contact, the officer learned the male driver worked for a rideshare service. The driver displayed objective symptoms of alcoholic intoxication and provided the officers with a false name and date of birth.
A Records check revealed he was on formal probation and subject to search and seizure. A search yielded marijuana. The driver was arrested.
Case Number: 18-1207008
NOTE: SCPD had an information booth at the City’s Holiday Tree Lighting in Central Park.
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Warrant Arrest - Felony
Location: Agnew Road and Fillmore Street
An officer observed a vehicle displaying expired registration tabs on Agnew Road at Fillmore Street and initiated a traffic enforcement stop.
The vehicle was occupied by two males. A Records check revealed the passenger had a felony arrest warrant. He was arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.
Case Number: 18-1208034
NOTE: SCPD participated in the Cops Care Cancer Foundation’s 15th annual Fantasy Flight for Bay Area children stricken with cancer. Approximately 50 VIP’s (cancer patients), participated in a presidential style motorcade from Juniper Networks in Sunnyvale to the San Jose Police Department Air Hangar at the San Jose International Airport in San Jose. The families of the VIP’s rode in police and fire vehicles in this motorcade. When the kids arrived at the air hangar, it had magically been transformed into the North Pole with a huge carnival inside. The Sunnyvale Moose Lodge provided an amazing BBQ lunch for all of the guests and volunteers. There was also popcorn, cotton candy and baked goods for everyone. This amazing day was topped off with Santa arriving by police helicopter. After their Santa visit, Command Staff from each agency provided the VIP’s and their siblings with a gift from their wish list.
Prepared by Carolyn McDowell, Management Analyst.
If you have questions regarding the Police Blotter contact Captain Wahid Kazem, 408-615-4864.