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September 2, 2014 > Hayward Police Log

Hayward Police Log

Submitted By Sgt. Eric Melendez, Hayward PD

Friday, August 22
At 10:26 p.m., a strong armed robbery occurred. Two hours prior to reporting the incident, a 14-year-old male victim was walking in the area of D St. and 2nd St., when four African-American male adults surrounded him. The victim was punched once and he fell to the ground. The suspects searched the victim's pockets and took his cell phone, iPod, debit card, and $6. The suspects were described as African-American males in their late teens or early twenties.

At 11:08 p.m., an assault with a deadly weapon occurred. A passerby saw a male lying down at Bishop St. and Cascade Ave. The Hayward Fire Department responded and determined the victim was suffering from two stab wounds to his right chest area and from facial injuries. The unknown victim was combative and had to be restrained on gurney. The victim was transported to Eden Hospital, where they reported the victim had significant brain hemorrhaging. Hayward police fingerprinted the unknown victim and obtained his identity. On Wednesday, August 27, there is no reported change to the victimÕs medical status.


Saturday, August 23
At 1:32 a.m., Hayward Police Department (HPD) had an outside assist with Alameda County SheriffÕs Office (ACSO). ACSO deputies pursued a stolen vehicle into our city. The female suspect crashed her vehicle at Sycamore Ave. and Thomas Ave. The suspect collided with a parked vehicle on Thomas Ave. causing it to flip over and land in a yard on top of a vehicle. No HPD units were involved in the pursuit. The suspect was arrested by ACSO and taken to jail.


Monday, August 25
At 10:57 a.m., HPD had an outside assist with ACSO on the 300 block of W Jackson St. An Eden Township Station (ETS) deputy stopped a vehicle that had just been involved in an armed robbery. Three suspects were detained near a gas stationÕs gas pump. Another suspect ran into the store of the gas station and locked himself in the bathroom. The store was evacuated and a perimeter was established around the business. The suspect eventually walked out of the store and was taken into custody.

At 3:18 p.m., a strong armed robbery occurred on the 900 block of B St. An intoxicated victim was accosted by two African-American males. They took his cigarettes and $250 in cash from his shirt pocket by tearing the pocket open. The victim was uncooperative and kept changing his story. The primary officer is investigating the case.


Tuesday, August 26
At 5:55 a.m., an indecent exposure occurred at a restaurant on the 20000 block of Hesperian Blvd. The victim was parking her car when she saw the suspect walking toward her. The victim got out of her car and headed for the restaurant. When she turned around, she saw the suspect shaking his exposed penis at her. The suspect fled toward another store when a vehicle entered into the parking lot. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male adult, 6Õ0Ó, 165 lbs., 30 to 35 years old, with short dark hair, brown eyes and a goatee. He was wearing a dark blue hoodie and black pants.

At 7:25 a.m., a hit and run occurred on W. Tennyson Rd. and Baldwin St. The victim was walking southbound on Tennyson Rd. when the suspect vehicle struck him. The driver backed up, drove around the victim and fled westbound on Tennyson Rd. A passerby found the victim bloodied and took him to St. Rose Hospital. The suspect vehicle was described as a white, 4-door Toyota. The suspect driver was a Hispanic female with blonde hair. The victim was intoxicated. The victim sustained serious facial injuries from the collision and was unable to recall any further details from it.

At 1:47 p.m., a hazmat (hazardous materials) incident occurred on the 3100 block of Depot Rd. Strong chemical odor and smoke was seen coming from a business. The Hayward Fire Department requested HPD to assist in traffic control around the area of the address to include blocking the highway 92 off ramps. The chemical odor was reported as far south as Mt. Eden High School. A shelter-in-place advisory was given to nearby schools and businesses. HPD sent out Nixle alerts to keep the citizens informed. There were no reported injuries from this incident.


Wednesday, August 27
At 12:59 p.m., a robbery occurred at Southland Mall. A clerk at a jewelry store was showing a ring to the suspect. The employee took possession of the suspectÕs identification and gave it back after the suspect returned the ring. The suspect then forcefully grabbed the ring from the clerkÕs hand and fled out the mall.

At 5:04 p.m., an attempted assault with a deadly weapon occurred on the 500 block of Tennyson Rd. An employee at the hair salon was fired and tried to cut another employee with a knife. The staff of the salon held the suspect down until police arrived. The ex-employee was arrested and no one was injured from the incident.

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