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May 8, 2012 > Newark Police Log

Newark Police Log

Submitted By Newark PD

May 2
Officer Rollins investigated a residential burglary on Calais Place that occurred overnight. Entry was made through the dog door located to the rear of the residence. Loss has yet to be determined.

Officer Heckman responded to the 37900 block Birch Street at 10:45 a.m. regarding a residential burglary. Entry was made through a "kicked" front door. The loss was a purse.

At 3:21 p.m., Officer Heckman investigated a residential burglary on the 6300 block of Baine Avenue. Loss and method of entry are to be determined.

Officer Geser accepted a Citizen's Arrest of Marlene Acosta of Newark at 8:15 p.m. from the Safeway Store on Jarvis Avenue. She stole various make-up products and was issued a notice to appear.


May 3
Officers were dispatched to Macy's on a battery/theft investigation at 9:13 p.m. Officers arrested Marisa Robles of San Jose for battery. She was cited and released.

Any person with any information concerning these incidents can contact the non-emergency line at 510-578-4237. Information can also be left anonymously on the "silent witness" hotline at 510-578-4000, extension 500.


May 4
NPD Officers responded to a report of a vehicle collision near the intersection of Cherry Street and Dairy Avenue at 12:59 p.m. Upon arrival, Officer Fredstrom determined that there were no injuries, but learned that one of the parties, Mario Teleguario of Newark, had a suspended license. Teleguario was arrested and later released from the scene on a citation.

Officers responded to Guava Drive at 8:10 p.m. on a family disturbance. Officer Eriksen ultimately arrested Faisal Aziz of Fremont), for domestic violence and threats. Aziz was booked at Fremont Jail.


May 5
NPD Officers responded to the 37500 block of Enterprise Court at 12:59 p.m. for a warrant service. Upon arrival, Officer Ramos contacted Bradford and Sheila Valezuela, both residents of Fremont, inside the business. Samuels was listed as a wanted person for theft and drug related charges. Valezuela was also found to be listed as a wanted person for public intoxication and drug related charges. Both Samuels and Valezuela were arrested by Officer Ramos and subsequently transported to Santa Rita Jail.

Officer Warren investigated a hit & run traffic collision (vehicle vs. parked vehicle) at 11:22 p.m. that occurred on Joaquin Murieta Avenue. There is no suspect vehicle information.

Officer Taylor handled a residential ransack burglary investigation that occurred on Mayhews Landing Road within the last week. The loss is unknown at this time.


May 6
Officers were dispatched to Newark Square for a reported hit-and-run at 12:40 p.m.. Upon arrival, Officers learned a red car had crashed into another car and fled the scene. Officer Neithercutt located the suspect's vehicle on St. Mark. Officer Neithercutt ultimately arrested Juan Alvarez of Newark for hit-and-run, DUI and driving without a license. Alvarez was booked into Fremont jail.

A loss prevention agent at the NewPark Mall Sears store called at 8:15 p.m. to report that a female suspect with a history of stealing video games from Sears and then trading the games in for cash at another retail store was back at it. Over the next several hours Mall security and Sears loss prevention agents trail the suspect, as she attempts to evade them. Officers were able to assist with the detention of the suspect and Officer Mavrakis handled the remainder of the investigation. Amanda Harris-Todd of Newark was arrested for multiple counts of commercial burglary.

Officer Geser responded at 9:27 p.m. to what was initially reported as a robbery in progress at Little Cesar's store on Jarvis Avenue. A white male adult in his twenties wearing a black colored zip-up hooded sweater walked into the restaurant and vaulted the front counter. Before the suspect could announce his intentions, all the employees began screaming and ran out the back door leaving a bunch of stunned customers waiting in line. The customers said the suspect then grabbed one pizza and then left the store on foot.

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