SCPD Police Blotter - Week of 1/27/19
SCPD Police Blotter for the week of January 27, 2019
Sunday, January 27, 2019
Location: N Bascom Avenue and Cherrystone Drive
An officer observed a vehicle pull out from Chapman Court onto The Alameda and block traffic. A registration check of the vehicle revealed it was expired. The officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop and the vehicle came to a stop on N Bascom Avenue and Cherrystone Drive.
Upon contact, the officer immediately smelled a strong odor of cannabis emitting from the vehicle. The male driver concurred. A Records check revealed he was a convicted felon. A search of the vehicle yielded a loaded handgun in a backpack, cash, controlled substances and drug paraphernalia consistent with that of someone selling narcotics. The suspect was arrested.
Case Number: 19-0127062
Monday, January 28, 2019
Theft from a Vehicle
Location: 3700 Block of El Camino Real
Between 2000 and 2017 hours, Public Safety Dispatchers received a call from a reporting party regarding multiple thefts from vehicles on the 3700 block of El Camino Real.
Upon arrival, it was determined unknown suspects in a silver Ford Explorer broke into three vehicles in the business parking lot and two additional vehicles in the adjacent apartments. The suspects stole miscellaneous electronics and identifying information from the victims.
As a result, officers flooded various business parking lots off the Lawrence Expressway corridor in hopes of locating the suspect vehicle. An officer spotted a vehicle matching the reporting party’s description on the 3100 block of Mission College Boulevard. Once the driver spotted the officer, he drove over a median and sped away. The suspects remain at large.
Case Number: 19-0128238, 19-0128256, 19-0128258, and 19-0128225
NOTE: Prevention begins with YOU! Most thefts from vehicles are crimes of opportunity – and, are easily preventable. Criminals “window shop.” If a criminal doesn’t see anything, they are less likely to break into your vehicle.
- Criminals “window shop.” If a criminal doesn’t see anything, they are less likely to break into your vehicle
- Do not leave items in plain sight - loose change, cell phone, GPS, gym bag, purse/wallet, charging cords, garage remote, sunglasses - NOTHING!
- Do not leave cell phones, iPads or laptops in your vehicle. Thieves have been known to locate signals from these devices even if the device is in "sleep mode"
- Lock your vehicle
- Report suspicious activity by calling (408)615-5580
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Location: 2200 Block of Los Padres Boulevard
Officers responded to the 2200 block of Los Padres Boulevard on the report of a physical fight between two neighbors.
Upon contact, the officer observed a male subject displaying objective symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance. A Records check revealed he was on searchable probation. A search of his person yielded a controlled substance. He was arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.
The other involved party had minor injuries and requested prosecution for the assault.
Case Number: 19-0129258
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Location: 3600 Block of Europe Court
Public Safety Dispatchers deployed an officer to a residential burglary on the 3600 block of Europe Court.
Through investigation, it was determined between 1200-2000 hours, an unknown suspect(s) broke the rear sliding glass door, entered the residence, stole a vehicle, watch, laptop and MP3 player. The vehicle and suspect(s) remain outstanding.
Case Number: 19-0130233
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Location: 2400 Block of Nobili Avenue
Public Safety Dispatchers deployed an officer to a residential burglary on the 2400 block of Nobili Avenue.
Between 0800-1850 hours, an unknown suspect(s) broke the rear sliding glass door, entered the residence, stole jewelry, a key to a car and an iPhone. The suspect(s) remain at large.
Case Number: 19-0131214
Friday, February 1, 2019
Location: 1900 Block of Worthington Circle
At approximately 1830 hours, the victim returned to a residence on the 1900 block of Worthington Circle to find the home ransacked.
At approximately 1239 hours, an unknown suspect(s) entered the residence through an unlocked back window. The suspect(s) stole numerous electronics, jewelry, savings bonds, purse, cash and other valuables.
The suspect(s) remain at large.
Case Number: 19-0201178
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Location: 500 Block of El Camino Real
Public Safety Dispatchers received a call for service regarding an individual that had become ill due to excessive consumption of alcohol on the 500 block of El Camino Real.
Upon arrival, police and fire personnel located the unresponsive female subject. Due to her level of intoxication, she was transported to a local hospital.
Case Number: 19-0202028
Prepared by Carolyn McDowell, Management Analyst.
If you have questions regarding the Police Blotter contact Lieutenant Todd Cummins, 408-615-4865.