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September 2, 2014 > San Leandro Police Log

San Leandro Police Log

Submitted By Lt. Randall Brandt, San Leandro PD

August 22, Friday
At 11:20 p.m., a patrol officer noticed a motorcycle parked on the sidewalk in the 1600 block of Morgan Ave. The officer recognized the license plate as recently being reported stolen to the San Leandro Police Department (SLPD). The officer conducted surveillance of the stolen motorcycle and shortly thereafter, Joshua Hinds of San Leandro exited a garage wearing a motorcycle helmet, jacket and gloves. He approached the stolen motorcycle and was taken into custody without incident. The stolen motorcycle was returned to its rightful owner.

August 24, Sunday
At 3:30 p.m., Davyon Frey of San Leandro was arrested for burglary at MacyÕs located at Bayfair Center. Plain-clothed security agents at the store observed Frey selecting $340 worth of clothing items and concealed them in his backpack before leaving the store without paying for any of the items. Frey was stopped outside of the store. When the security agents searched the backpack to retrieve the stolen merchandise, they discovered a loaded, .38 caliber revolver inside. Records show that the handgun was not registered to Frey. He was arrested for possession of the loaded, concealed firearm, as well as burglary, as he had no money or other means to pay for the merchandise that he concealed in the backpack before leaving the store.

August 25, Monday
At 12:25 a.m., a patrol officer stopped a luxury vehicle near the intersection of Bancroft Ave. and Durant Ave. for a traffic violation. As the officer got out of his patrol car and walked toward the vehicle that was stopped, the driver, later identified as a 27-year-old male from Oakland, sped off, leading the officer on a vehicle pursuit through several streets in Oakland. The driver slowed down in the 2600 block of 98th Ave. and fled from the car. The car, which had not stopped, collided with a cement wall in the driveway of a residence. There were no other occupants in the vehicle. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers, who were in the immediate area, confronted the suspect as he fled from the car. They assisted the SLPD officer in arresting the suspect. The suspect, whose name is being withheld due to pending further investigation, was found to be in possession of nearly $12,000 cash, marijuana, cocaine, and materials used to package the drugs for sales. An empty box for a semi-auto handgun was also found in the car. No firearm was located.

Please contact the San Leandro Police DepartmentÕs Criminal Investigation Division with any information regarding this case or any other case at (510) 577-3230.Information may also be submitted anonymously by phone via Anonymous Crime Tips at (510) 577-3278or by texting TipSLPolice to 888777.

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