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June 5, 2012 > Union City Police Log

Union City Police Log

Submitted By Union City PD

March 24
Officers responded to the area of Dyer Street near Cabello Street to investigate a strong-arm robbery. The suspect, a black male adult, grabbed a purse off the victims shoulder and fled the area. The victim was shaken up but not injured.

An officer responded to a residence located on the 4800 block of Rocklin Drive to investigate an interrupted burglary. The victim told the investigating officer that he heard a strange noise inside his residence. When he exited his bedroom to investigate, he saw two black male adults running out of his house. The victim told police that his personal computer was stolen during the break-in. Unfortunately, the victim took approximately two hours to report this incident to police which increased the chances of the suspects slipping away un-noticed.

Officers responded to the area of Bridgepoint Place to investigate an armed robbery. Two black males between the ages of 19 and 23 years old confronted the victim at gunpoint and demanded her purse. The victim complied and the suspects fled the area. One of the suspects was additionally described as having blond tips on his short 3-inch dreads.


March 25
An officer on routine patrol in the area of Dyer Street and Alvarado Boulevard saw two subjects drinking in public. The officer stopped to investigate and found that one of the subjects had a concealed switchblade knife in his possession. The suspect was arrested for possession of a dangerous weapon.


March 26
A commercial burglary occurred at 29540 Union City Boulevard in which the suspects broke into the adjacent unoccupied business that was not alarmed. The suspects then cut a hole in the sheetrock separating the two businesses to make entry to the victim's business and stole an unknown amount of cash.

Officers responded to the strip mall located on the corner of Alvarado Boulevard and Dyer Street to investigate a person brandishing a machete. Arriving officers contacted the subject in the parking lot near the Starbucks coffee store. The subject was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance and arrested.

A woman reported being sexually assaulted while attending a house party in the Seven Hills Neighborhood. The investigations unit responded, conducted a search of the residence, and arrested one of the suspects. This case is ongoing.

The Burger King restaurant located on Decoto Road was robbed by a suspect described as a black male adult, about 6 feet tall who entered the store and pointed a handgun at the clerk while demanding money from the cash register. The suspect then fled the scene.


March 27
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence on the 32000 block of Endeavor Way. Arriving officers found that the suspect had arrived at his ex-girlfriend's residence to visit his young child in violation of a court order. This caused an argument between the suspect and the ex-girlfriends parents that escalated when the suspect began to assault family members. The suspect fled the area prior to police arrival. Later, the same night, the victims were confronted once again by the suspect while shopping at Wal*Mart in the Union Landing Shopping Center.

The suspect grabbed the baby from the shopping cart and began to assault the grandfather. The family pled with the suspect to let the baby go, but to no avail. This led to the suspect and grandfather fighting in the aisles. At some point, the baby's mother was able to secure the child. During the course of the melee, the suspect struck the grandfather with a frying pan amongst other items prior to fleeing the scene. Officers were able to talk the suspect into turning himself in at the police station the following morning. The suspect was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, child endangerment, and violation of a court order.


Another domestic disturbance was reported on the 900 block of G Street. Arriving officers found a male victim bleeding from his nose. The victim advised officers that he and his new girlfriend were attending a house party when his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend suddenly showed up and began to batter him. The suspect fled prior to police arrival.


May 28
Officers responded to the 4400 block of Corto Monterey for a report of an in-progress shooting. Officers located a 21-year-old male victim inside of a residence who was suffering from gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to a local area hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The victim and suspects became engaged in a verbal altercation that escalated into a physical assault. During the physical fight, one suspect pulled a firearm and began shooting at the victim.

The suspects fled the area on foot in separate directions. A nearby Union City Community Policing Officer observed a subject who matched the suspect's description. The officer engaged in a short foot pursuit and captured the fleeing suspect. The suspect reached into his waistband and pulled out the handgun, dropping it just in time to prevent the officer from having to shoot him. A short time later, Detectives went to a nearby residence to conduct a follow-up related to this case. When officers began to make entry into the home, the second suspect fled out the rear of the residence and began jumping nearby fences. The second suspect was captured as he attempted to flee the perimeter.

The first suspect has been identified as Jabri Thibeaux, a 23-year-old Union City resident. Jabri Thibeaux was arrested for attempted homicide, conspiracy, and resisting arrest. He is being held at the Fremont Jail. The second suspect is 17-year-old juvenile male, whose name is not being released because of his age. The juvenile was arrested for attempted homicide and conspiracy. He was transported to juvenile hall. A third person was arrested for her role in this crime. She has been identified as Malysa Thibeaux, an 18-year-old Union City resident. Malysa Thibeaux was arrested for attempted homicide, conspiracy, and resisting arrest. The victim is a resident of Union City who was treated and released from the hospital.

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