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December 17, 2013 > Hayward Police Blotter

Hayward Police Blotter

Submitted By City of Hayward Police Department

December 4
A robbery occurred in the parking lot of Southland Mall. The manager from a mall store was walking through the parking lot to make a bank deposit with three days worth of sales. The manager was approached by the suspect who brandished a handgun and demanded money. After receiving the money the suspect had the manager lay down on the ground and then fled in a tan Saturn. The suspect is described as a Black male, 5Õ5Ó, medium build, dark complexion and brown eyes; he was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and a black mask partially covering his face. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Hayward Police Department Investigations Division at (510) 293-7034.

December 7
A robbery occurred at 27300 Hesperian Blvd. (FoodMax). The suspect approached a patron in a wheelchair and assaulted him while taking money. The suspect was located by a patrol officer and a foot chase ensued. The suspect was eventually captured and arrested for robbery.

Patrol officers conducted a probation search at 2286 Industrial Pkwy. (Phoenix Lodge). During the search officers located two sawed-off shotguns and latex mask. The suspect was arrested for possession of the firearms.

An assault with serious injury/mayhem occurred in the 25000 block of Cypress Ave. The victim and the suspect got into an argument over Christmas tree decorations that led to a physical altercation. During the fight the suspect pulled the victimÕs ear partially separating it from the scalp. The victim required sutures to re-attach the ear, and the suspect was arrested at the scene.

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