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SCPD Police Blotter - Week of 4/30/17

Post Date:05/09/2017 1:00 PM

SCPD Police Blotter for the week of April 30, 2017

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Commercial Burglary                      Location: 2400 Block of De La Cruz Boulevard

An officer was dispatched to the 2400 block of De La Cruz Boulevard to investigate a commercial burglary. It appeared, a suspect(s) made entry to the business by breaking the glass window to the left of the front door. A metal pry bar was located and collected at the scene. The suspect(s) remain at large.

Time: 0910
Case Number: 17-3766

Monday, May 1, 2017

Vehicle Theft                                    Location:  Alviso Street and Bellomy Street

An officer was patrolling in the area of Alviso Street and Bellomy Street when the license plate of a vehicle was checked. The vehicle was reported stolen out of Los Banos. It was occupied by a female driver and male passenger.

After calling for assistance, the officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop. The vehicle stopped on Highway 880, near The Alameda off ramp. A traffic break was established and passing vehicles were halted for approximately five minutes so officers could safely approach the stolen vehicle and its occupants. Upon contact, the driver was compliant and taken into custody.

The vehicle was occupied by two small dogs and cluttered with various items. Silicon Valley Animal Control was contacted to transport the animals to the shelter. The vehicle was towed to a safe location to be searched and inventoried.

The suspect was transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.
Time: 1841
Case Number: 17-3808

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Assault                                               Location:  1400 Block of Agnew Road

Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of Agnew Road to investigate a disturbance. While in route, Public Safety Dispatchers updated the call status to a stabbing.

Upon arrival, officers observed the victim bleeding from the neck. Conflicting statements were abound. After some back and forth, it appears the male suspect punched the male victim with a closed right fist in the mouth which caused him to lose consciousness and fall. After being punched, the victim sustained a large laceration to his neck. The evidence at the scene indicated the victim sustained the laceration from broken glass on the ground. Due to the degree of the injury, the victim was transported to a local hospital. Meanwhile, the suspect was arrested and transported to the Sana Clara County Jail.
Time: 2121
Case Number: 17-3854

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Trespassing                                       Location:  3200 Block of Keller Street

Officers were dispatched to the 3200 block of Keller Street regarding a transient male who had set up a campsite, complete with a campfire, in the parking lot. After some investigation, it was determined no crime had occurred, per se. The subject was given a trespassing admonishment for good measure.
Time: 2303
Case Number: 17-3882

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Drug Sales                                        Location: Williams Road and Winchester Boulevard

Special Enforcement Team Detectives learned a parolee was wanted for a felony warrant. This suspect has a very violent history involving firearms. Detectives surveilled the suspect, which led them to a gas station at Winchester Boulevard and Williams Avenue in San Jose, and took him into custody without incident.

A search of the suspect’s car led to the discovery of a 9mm handgun (loaded), approx. ¼ pound of methamphetamine, hundreds of dollars in cash and drug paraphernalia. The suspect was booked into Santa Clara County Jail.
Time: 0758
Case Number: 17-3884

NOTE:            Officers took several students from Santa Clara, Wilcox, New Valley and Wilson High Schools on a fishing trip today in the San Francisco Bay. The trip was sponsored by the Santa Clara Police Activities League (P.A.L.).

This experience between the kids and police officers is unique! It includes teaching the life skill of fishing, interaction throughout the day on issues faced by teens in their home and school environments as well as gaining a healthy respect for the environment and the Bay. An added bonus - the fishing was a success and the weather was ideal.

The P.A.L. fishing program, offered twice a year, is made possible as a result of fundraising events and community support throughout the year. For more information, contact P.A.L. at (408)615-4880.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Vehicle Theft                                                Location:  900 Block of Capitola Way

Public Safety Dispatchers received a call from the San Jose Police Department regarding a stolen AT&T work truck. The truck was GPS equipped and pinged in the area of Lawrence Expressway and Homestead Road. SCPD officers were dispatched to the area to support SJPD.

The suspect spotted the officers and fled the area at a high rate of speed. The fully marked truck with a boom was easy to spot as it traveled through the city. Eventually, the truck drove into a parking lot on the 1900 block of Lawrence Road and the male suspect fled on foot.

Officers established a multi-block perimeter. At this point, the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety and Mission College Unit had joined to assist. A resident witness the suspect running across the roof of a school building and contacted Public Safety Dispatchers. Officers eventually located the suspect hiding in a tree and were able to place him under arrest without further incident. A search of the suspect’s person yielded locksmith tools, a BMW key, a Nissan key and a Toyota key.  He was transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.

The truck was returned to the AT&T employee.
Time: 1644
Case Number: 17-3926 (SJPD Case #17-125-0624)

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Robbery                                             Location:  2700 Block of Homestead Road

 

An officer was dispatched to the 2700 block of Homestead Road on the report of an armed robbery at Safeway. An employee was locking the front entrance when a male suspect approached the victim from behind and held a gun to his back. The suspect forced the employee into the store and made another employee lay on the ground.  The suspect took approximately $2,000 cash from three cash registers before fleeing the scene on foot.

A check of the area did not yield the suspect. Officers viewed the surveillance footage and forwarded the evidence to Detectives for further investigation.
Time: 0206
Case Number: 17-3941

NOTE:            Santa Clara's Annual Clean-up Campaign is your opportunity to set out bulky items not routinely collected by weekly garbage, Clean Green and recycling collection services. Collection areas and dates are available online at http://santaclaraca.gov/residents/events/annual-clean-up-campaign

If you witness illegal dumping, get the driver and vehicle description, and vehicle license number and call 408-615-3080 (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) or 408-615-5580 (after 4:00 p.m. and weekends).

 

Prepared by Carolyn McDowell, Management Analyst.

If you have questions regarding the Police Blotter contact Lieutenant Dan Moreno, 408-615-4865.

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