May 14, 2013 > Hayward Police Log
Hayward Police Log
Submitted By Hayward PD
A robbery occurred at the Jack in the Box restaurant at Fairway Shops on Mission Boulevard at 12:01 a.m. Two suspects wearing ski masks and black hooded sweatshirts entered the Jack in the Box and ordered all employees into the kitchen. The suspects were armed with a small semi automatic handgun. The suspects took cash from the registers and fled. Nobody was injured.
A suspect crashed an unreported stolen vehicle into a field at the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Gibbons Street at 4:30 a.m. Responding officers found the suspect driver was still in the vehicle. The suspect refused to comply with orders to get out of the vehicle, forcing officers to physically remove the suspect from the vehicle. The driver exhibited symptoms of alcohol intoxication and refused to submit to a breath or blood test. A warrant was obtained to require the suspect to provide a blood sample for testing.
A resident on the 22600 block of 7th Street heard about five gunshots around 10:30 p.m. the previous evening. In the morning she discovered her van was shot five times. The van was parked in front of the victim's house. Nobody was injured.
At 10 a.m., residents of Dean Street reported a suspicious van at the dead end of Dean Street. Responding Officers discovered it was a stolen vehicle with a different stolen license plate attached. The van was occupied by a female suspect and the van is believed to have been used to commit thefts and burglaries. The suspect was arrested.
Officers responded to a report at 10:26 p.m. of a shooting at the intersection of W. Tennyson Road and Capri Avenue. Callers reported that occupants of two vehicles shot at each other. Officer's responded and located expended shell casings in the roadway. Bullet damage was located on a parked unoccupied vehicle and on a nearby building. No victims were located.
A caller reported hearing six gunshots at 11:49 p.m. in the area of the 26200 block of Gading Road. Moments later an adult male subject approached the caller and stated he "just got jumped." The subject appeared to have injuries consistent with being attacked, but no gunshot type wounds. The subject walked away before police officers arrived and was not located after an extensive area check. Officers located expended bullet casings in the intersection of Gading Road and Dumont Avenue. No shooting victim was ever located.
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