December 24, 2013 > Hayward Police Blotter
Hayward Police Blotter
Submitted By Hayward Police Department
Tuesday, December 10:
The Hayward Police Special Duty Unit (SDU) attempted to stop a vehicle driving recklessly after leaving a funeral at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. The driver failed to yield and accelerated to over 100 mph on Mission Blvd. The officers discontinued following the vehicle, and a short time later it crashed into two vehicles and a light pole at Foothill Blvd. and Main St. The driver fled the scene of the collision and was apprehended on E St. and Second St. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence, evading the police, hit and run and possession of a controlled substance.
Wednesday, December 11:
An officer was patrolling the municipal parking lot across from the Chances Are Sweepstakes Cafˇ. The officer noticed a vehicle driving through the parking lot that looked suspicious, and learned the vehicle was reported stolen. The driver, and sole occupant of the vehicle, was arrested and the vehicle was recovered.
Thursday, December 12:
Vice-Intelligence detectives, in conjunction with the school resource officers, conducted a tobacco operation. Four smoke shops were visited by undercover juvenile decoys who attempted to purchase tobacco products. Two businesses were cited for selling tobacco to underage customers, and two businesses refused to sell.
Saturday, December 14:
A robbery/carjacking occurred in the parking lot of 1190 W. Tennyson Rd. Four juveniles confronted the victim. The suspects punched the victim in the face and threatened to shoot her, while taking her purse and cell phone. The suspects fled the scene taking the victimÕs vehicle. A short time later a patrol officer spotted the vehicle and attempted to stop it, but it fled. A pursuit ensued and a Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT) was utilized but unsuccessful. The pursuit continued and eventually the suspects lost control of the vehicle and collided with a concrete wall. Two suspects were arrested at the crash scene, while the other two suspects fled on foot. After a brief foot chase the two outstanding suspects were located and arrested.
A female victim suffering from a gunshot wound to her lower back was driven to Kaiser Hospital by her boyfriend. Their initial story was that she was shot in the area of Maple Ave. and Foothill Blvd. by an unknown suspect as they drove by. Upon further investigation it was discovered the victim was shot inside the vehicle, by the suspect who was also inside the same vehicle. The suspect fled prior to police arrival, but his identity is known.
Sunday, December 15:
A shooting occurred across the street from 26447 Gading Rd. Two victims were walking in the area when they were shot at by a passing vehicle. One victim sustained a gunshot wound to his arm. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injury. Both victims were uncooperative with the investigation.
The victim walked into Fire Station #1 and stated he fell off his bicycle. While provided medical aid it was discovered the victim suffered a stab wound to his back. The victim later admitted he was stabbed while in the area of B St. and Main St. the previous night around 2 a.m. The victim said he knew the suspect, but refused to cooperate with a police investigation or identify the suspect.